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  1. He started out playing on 52nd Street as a stride pianist and in even performed "In a Mist" at an Eddie Condon Town Hall concert. But it was his crazy compositions (including "Who Put the Benzedrine in Mrs. Murphy's Ovaltine," "Handsome Harry the Hipster," and "Stop That Dancin' Up There") and frantic singing style (predating rock & roll by a decade) that gave him an underground reputation.
  2. Harry (The Hipster) Gibson - Barrelhouse Boogie / 4F Ferdinand, The Frantic Freak flac album download free.
  3. Harry "The Hipster" Gibson (June 27, – May 3, ) was a jazz pianist, singer and songwriter. Gibson played New York style Stride piano and boogie woogie while singing in a .
  4. Boogie Woogie in Blue: Harry "The Hipster" Gibson: 1: Who Put the Benzedrine in Mrs. Murphy's Ovaltine? Harry "The Hipster" Gibson: 1: EP. Year Title Artist Rating Releases; Stop That Dancin' Up There / Put a Nickel in the Slot / Hoe Downs: Harry "The Hipster" Gibson / .
  5. From to he worked full-time on "Swing Street." At the same time he studied at Julliard, the prestigious music school, and became a fellow in their graduate school. His only album from these early years is 's "Boogie Woogie in Blue," a record album of 4 records (8 sides), of boogie.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Boogie Woogie In Blue on Discogs.
  7. Harry "The Hipster" Gibson, a talented boogie-woogie and stride pianist, had by become an infamous personality whose crazy jive talk and humorous vocals often championed a decadent lifestyle. For a few years he had a strong cult following before fading out in the late '40s.9/

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