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Cornell Dupree

Cornell Dupree

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Cornell Dupree: "Mean N' Greasy"

Interview by uncredited writer, Beat Instrumental, March 1973

"IT'S HIGH time that session musicians were given greater recognition. After all, it's often their playing which makes a hit record, rather than the singing ...

Cornell Dupree: The Boss Guitar of Cornell Dupree

Interview by Roger St. Pierre, New Musical Express, 10 March 1973

CORNELL DUPREE's name will mean nothing to the general public, but those who scan LP sleeve credits will recognise him as one of America's busiest ...

Cornell Dupree: Teasin' (Atlantic)

Review by Jonh Ingham, New Musical Express, 7 December 1974

THE COVER sums this one up: a comfy sofa and an old electric fan and a Coke machine that's about fifteen years old, with the ...

Cornell Dupree obituary

Obituary by Richard Williams, The Guardian, 23 May 2011

FOR A TIME in the mid-1960s, the band of the great rhythm and blues tenor saxophonist King Curtis contained two guitarists. The first, Jimi Hendrix, ...

see also King Curtis

see also Stuff


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