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May Lou Williams style changed with the times. If you enjoyed this you might also like her albums: Queen of Jazz Piano (selections from 1930 to 1940), Live at the Keystone (1977) and At Ricks Cafe Americain (1979).
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Mary Lou Williams (born Mary Elfrieda Scruggs; May 8, 1910 – May 28, 1981) was an American jazz pianist, arranger, and composer. She wrote hundreds of compositions and arrangements and recorded more than one hundred records (in 78, 45, and LP versions).
Williams grew up in a 'shotgun shack', where local musicians would gather and play. She played piano by ear from a very early age, so small she sat on musician's laps to reach the keys. By the time she and her elder sister Mamie had moved to Pittsburgh she had a stepfather, professional gambler Fletcher Burley. He would take her into gambling joints, where she would play and get tips, whilst her boogie piano skills also came in useful at rent-parties and chitterlin' struts.
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Learn about and follow jazz musician Mary Lou Williams (Piano) at All About Jazz. Her early years included listening to piano rolls of James P. Johnson and Willie The Lion Smith, records of Jelly Roll Morton and seeing Earl Hines play at youth dances. At age twelve she went on the road during school vacations with a vaudeville show. Three years later she quit high school to join the very successful vaudeville team Seymour and Jeanette.
From This Moment On. Mary Lou Williams. 14. In the Purple Grotto. 17. Would I Love You. 18. My First Date With You. Live - Her Piano and Trio.
|1||Night Life Mary Lou Williams||Mary Lou Williams||2:59|
|2||Overhand (New Froggy Bottom) Mary Lou Williams||Mary Lou Williams feat: Mary Lou Williams Trio||2:47|
|3||Clean Pickin' Mary Lou Williams||Mary Lou Williams feat: Mary Lou Williams Trio||2:48|
|4||The Rocks Mary Lou Williams||Mary Lou Williams feat: Mary Lou Williams Trio||2:37|
|5||Walkin' and Swingin' Mary Lou Williams||Mary Lou Williams feat: Andy Kirk & His Twelve Clouds of Joy||2:43|
|6||Moten Swing Bennie Moten / Buster Moten||Mary Lou Williams feat: Andy Kirk & His Twelve Clouds of Joy||3:12|
|7||Bearcat Shuffle Mary Lou Williams||Mary Lou Williams feat: Andy Kirk & His Twelve Clouds of Joy||3:02|
|8||Steppin' Pretty Mary Lou Williams||Mary Lou Williams feat: Andy Kirk & His Twelve Clouds of Joy||2:51|
|9||Twinklin' Mary Lou Williams||Mary Lou Williams feat: Andy Kirk & His Twelve Clouds of Joy||3:06|
|10||Mess-A-Stomp Mary Lou Williams||Mary Lou Williams feat: Andy Kirk & His Twelve Clouds of Joy||3:03|
|11||Mary's Idea Mary Lou Williams||Mary Lou Williams feat: Andy Kirk & His Twelve Clouds of Joy||3:04|
|12||Scratchin' in the Gravel Mary Lou Williams||Mary Lou Williams||3:10|
|13||The Count Thomas Gordon||Mary Lou Williams||3:11|
|14||Ring dem Bells Duke Ellington / Irving Mills||Mary Lou Williams||2:48|
|15||47th Street Jive Roosevelt Sykes||Mary Lou Williams||3:16|
|16||Zonky Andy Razaf / Fats Waller / Thomas Waller||Mary Lou Williams feat: Six Men & A Girl||2:55|
|17||Baby Dear Thomas Hayes / Buster Moten||Mary Lou Williams feat: Mary Lou Williams & Her Kansas City Seven||2:51|
|18||Harmony Blues Bennie Moten||Mary Lou Williams feat: Mary Lou Williams & Her Kansas City Seven||2:52|
Credits:Harold Baker - Main Personnel, Soloist, Trumpet
Ted Brinson - Guitar, Main Personnel
Booker Collins - Bass, Bass Instrument, Main Personnel
Ted Donnelly - Main Personnel, Soloist, Trombone, Trumpet
Duke Ellington - Composer
Thomas Gordon - Composer
John Harrington - Clarinet, Main Personnel, Sax (Alto), Sax (Baritone)
Thomas Hayes - Composer
Edward Inge - Arranger, Clarinet, Main Personnel, Sax (Tenor), Soloist
Andy Kirk - Main Personnel, Sax (Baritone)
Andy Kirk & His Clouds of Joy - Leader, Sax (Baritone), Soloist
Andy Kirk & His Twelve Clouds of Joy - Guest Artist, Primary Artist
Harry Lawson - Main Personnel, Trumpet
Harry Lawson - Soloist, Trumpet
Earl Miller - Clarinet, Main Personnel, Sax (Alto)
Irving Mills - Composer
Bennie Moten - Composer
Buster Moten - Composer
Rudy Powell - Cittern, Main Personnel, Sax (Alto)
Andy Razaf - Composer
June Richmond - Soloist, Vocals
Fred Robinson - Main Personnel, Trombone
Fred "Rodriguez" Robinson - Trombone
Six Men & A Girl - Primary Artist
Floyd Smith - Bass, Guitar, Soloist
Roosevelt Sykes - Composer
Ben Thigpen - Drum, Drums, Main Personnel
Earl Thompson - Trumpet
Clarence Trice - Main Personnel, Soloist, Trumpet
Fats Waller - Composer
Thomas Waller - Composer
Henri Wells - Main Personnel, Trombone
Henry Wells - Trombone
Claude "Fiddler" Williams - Main Personnel, Violin
John Williams - Main Personnel, Sax (Alto), Sax (Baritone)
Mary Lou Williams - Arranger, Composer, Piano, Primary Artist, Soloist
Mary Lou Williams & Her Kansas City Seven - Primary Artist
Mary Lou Williams Trio - Primary Artist
Dick Wilson - Main Personnel, Sax (Tenor)