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Johnny Maddox (August 4, 1927 – November 27, 2018) was an American ragtime pianist, historian, and collector of music memorabilia. His first record to sell over a million copies was probably "San Antonio Rose" by Bob Wills After hearing him play in 1952, the "Father of the Blues," W. C. Handy, called Maddox "the white boy with the colored fingers. "John "Johnny" Sheppard Maddox Jr.
Singer: Johnny Maddox. Album's title: San Antonio Rose, Bully Of The Town. Label: Dot Records – 45-15001 Type: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Single Country: US Date of released: 1952 Category: Jazz Style: Easy Listening. 1358 downloads at 22 mb/s. Written-By – B. Wills. B. Bully Of The Town.
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For Dixieland Blues, bandleader and pianist Johnny Maddox determined to play Dixieland-style arrangements of obscure songs that he knew from the original sheet music, including some that had never been previously given a Dixieland treatment. Not all of these numbers, it must be said, are obscure: there are very few blues and jazz fans who haven't at least heard of . Handy's "St. Louis Blues," while the same composer's "Memphis Blues" was the first blues Handy ever wrote. At the head of an eight-piece band (which also included another piano player), Maddox.
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|A||San Antonio Rose
Written-By – B. Wills*
|B||Bully Of The Town
Written-By – Traditional
- Record Company – Dot Records, Inc.
|45-15001||Johnny Maddox And The Rhythmasters||Johnny Maddox And The Rhythmasters - San Antonio Rose / Bully Of The Town (7", Single)||Dot Records||45-15001||US||1952|