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Promo 17 Items Many of Slim's recordings and performances until the mids were with Broonzy, who had recruited Slim to be his piano player after the death of his accompanist Joshua Altheimer in After World War II , Slim began leading bands that generally included saxophones, bass, drums, and piano, reflecting the popular appeal of jump blues.
With the decline of blues recording by the major labels, Slim worked with emerging independent labels. Starting in late , he recorded with trios for the small Chicago-based Hy-Tone Records. One of the songs recorded at the first session was the ebullient boogie "Rockin' the House," from which his band would take its name. Slim and the House Rockers recorded mainly for Miracle through , with some commercial success.
In , Slim expanded his combo to a quintet by adding a drummer; the group was now spending most of its time on tour, leading to off-contract recording sessions for King Records in Cincinnati and Peacock Records in Houston. One of Slim's recordings for Miracle, released in , was originally titled " Nobody Loves Me ". Early in , Miracle succumbed to financial troubles, but its owners regrouped to form the Premium label, and Slim remained on board until the successor company faltered in the summer of His February session for Premium saw two changes in the House Rockers' lineup: Slim started using two tenor saxophones instead of the alto and tenor combination, and he made a trial of adding the guitarist Ike Perkins.
His last session for Premium kept the two-tenor lineup but dispensed with the guitar. During his time with Premium, Slim first recorded his song " Mother Earth ". Slim made just one session for King , but the company bought his Hy-Tone sides in and acquired his Miracle masters after that company failed in He was never a Chess artist, but Leonard Chess bought most of the Premium masters after the demise of Premium.
The timing was propitious, because he had just added the guitarist Matt "Guitar" Murphy to his group. He remained with United through the end of , when the company began to cut back on blues recording. After , Slim did not have a steady relationship with a record company until , when he signed with Vee-Jay Records. Memphis Slim played on all of the tracks, and wrote the two numbers that were not penned by Dixon. Slim first appeared outside the United States in , touring with Willie Dixon , with whom he returned to Europe in as a featured artist in the first of the series of American Folk Festival concerts organized by Dixon, which brought many notable blues artists to Europe in the s and s.
In , Slim moved permanently to Paris, and his engaging personality and well-honed presentation of playing, singing, and storytelling about the blues secured his position as one of the most prominent blues artists for nearly three decades. In the last years of his life, he teamed up with the respected jazz drummer George Collier.Sides 3 & 4 originally released as Prestige/Bluesville "No Strain" (recorded April 26 and November 15, ) Memphis Slim (p, vo) Lafayette Thomas (g) Wendell Marshall (b) NYC, April 26, Raining The Blues Bluesville BVLP ; Fantasy F Baby Doll Bluesville BVLP ; Fantasy F Rack 'Em Back Jack -.