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HENRI HERBERT * Boogie Till I Die *

HENRI HERBERT * Boogie Till I Die *


Con sumo placer os presentamos el single que con el título MUST HAVE BEEN DEVIL., un tema de Otis Spann ,  extraído del nuevo álbum del pianista HENRI HERBERT , que lleva como título BOOGIE TILL I DIE. Un álbum plagado de grandes clásicos del Boogie Woogie que sin duda hará las delicias de los aficionados al género. Podéis encontrar más info. de trabajos anteriores del artista en nuestro blog SENTIR EL BLUES . 

On Friday, September 23, Henri Herbert releases his latest album, ‘Boogie Till I Die,’ a solo piano recording featuring both instrumentals and vocal tracks. The record is an ode to the vigor, breadth and staying power of boogie-woogie piano with Henri showcasing new originals and taking on many of his favorite songs popularized by several of his all-time favorite artists. 

The latter range from the highly-energized ‘Don’t Mean A Thing’ to ‘Sweet Lorraine,’ ‘Must Have Been The Devil,’ Oscar Peterson’s stunning ‘Hymn To Freedom’ and Albert Ammons & Pete Johnson’s “Sixth Avenue Express” featuring a boogie duet by Henri and Chuck Leavell (master player who has been the keyboardist and de facto musical director of The Rolling Stones since 1982). ‘Boogie Till I Die’ is intoxicating from start to finish and is poised to bring this soul-stirring American artform, boogie-woogie, to new audiences worldwide. 

“I’m thrilled to share my new album with the world this September and get back out on the road playing these songs,” states Henri. “A silver lining of the last two years was getting to take my time with this record. These are many of my all-time favorite compositions and am proud of these recordings. Gonna boogie till I die and rock this great music around the world

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