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Bunk Johnson - 1942/1945 (In Chronological Order) mp3 album

  • Performer: Bunk Johnson
  • Title: 1942/1945 (In Chronological Order)
  • Genre: Jazz
  • Country: Israel
  • Formats: AHX MOD MP1 AA DTS DMF ADX
  • Released: 1997
  • Style: Dixieland
  • MP3 album: 1322 mb
  • FLAC album: 1901 mb
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Bunk Johnson - 1942/1945 (In Chronological Order) mp3 album

Complete your Bunk Johnson collection. Rehearsal Tests, New Orleans, L. 11 June 1942. Bunk Johnson's Original Superior Band. Moose March (Rehearsal Test 3 Takes).

Willie Gary "Bunk" Johnson (December 27, 1879 – July 7, 1949) was a prominent jazz trumpeter in New Orleans. Johnson gave the year of his birth as 1879, although there is speculation that he may have been younger by as much as a decade. Johnson received lessons from Adam Olivier and began playing professionally in Olivier's orchestra. Johnson probably played a few adolescent jobs with Buddy Bolden, but was not a regular member of Bolden's Band (contrary to Johnson's claim)

Album · 2000 · 21 Songs. More By Bunk Johnson. See All. Bunk Johnson Volume 1 - New York (1945-1946). Essential New Orleans Jazz Masters.

These Draftin' Blues - Bunk Johnson's Original Superior Band. Pallet On The Floor - Bunk Johnson Volume 2 - New Orleans (1942-1945). 20. Careless Love - Bunk Johnson Volume 2 - New Orleans (1942-1945).

Features Song Lyrics for Bunk Johnson's Bunk Johnson Volume 2 - New Orleans (1942-1945) album. Bunk Johnson - Bunk Johnson Volume 2 - New Orleans (1942-1945) Album Lyrics. Bunk Johnson Lyrics provided by SongLyrics.

Your browser does not support the audio element. These Draftin' Blues. Your browser does not support the audio element. Big Chief Battle Axe (Take A).

In general, Bunk, who could be quite erratic, was better than his group (clarinetist George Lewis, trombonist Jim Robinson, banjoist Lawrence Marrero, bassist Alcide Pavageau and drummer Baby Dodds) and one can understand his impatience with the players. Lewis is not always in-tune, and Dodds' colorful playing can be distracting. However, the band's joyful ensembles are quite appealing and this melodic music will be difficult for New Orleans revival fans to resist

Tracklist

Rehearsal Tests, New Orleans, La., 11 June 1942
1 Bunk Johnson's Original Superior Band Moose March (Rehearsal Test 3 Takes) 1:32
2 Bunk Johnson's Original Superior Band These Draftin' Blues 1:00
New Orleans, La., Autumn 1942
3 Bunk Johnson's Jazz Band* Big Chief Battle Axe (Take A) 2:44
4 Bunk Johnson's Jazz Band* Big Chief Battle Axe (Take B) 2:59
5 Bunk Johnson's Jazz Band* Dusty Rag 3:10
6 Bunk Johnson's Jazz Band* Franklin Street Blues (Take A) 3:36
7 Bunk Johnson's Jazz Band* Franklin Street Blues (Take B) 3:16
8 Bunk Johnson's Jazz Band* The Thriller Rag 2:54
9 Bunk Johnson's Jazz Band* Sobbin' Blues 2:37
10 Bunk Johnson's Jazz Band* Sobbin' Blues No. 2 3:51
11 Bunk Johnson's Jazz Band* When I Leave This World Behind 2:55
12 Bunk Johnson's Jazz Band* Sometimes My Burden Is So Hard To Bear 2:42
13 Bunk Johnson's Jazz Band* Blue Bells Goodbye 2:55
14 Bunk Johnson's Jazz Band* Shine 3:06
15 Bunk Johnson's Jazz Band* Yaaka Hula Hickey Dula 2:51
16 Bunk Johnson's Jazz Band* Weary Blues 2:44
New Orleans, La., 17 February 1945
17 Bunk Johnson And His New Orleans Band Tiger Rag 3:57
18 Bunk Johnson And His New Orleans Band Weary Blues 2:35
19 Bunk Johnson And His New Orleans Band Pallet On The Floor 3:48
20 Bunk Johnson And His New Orleans Band Careless Love 3:52
21 Bunk Johnson With Louis Armstrong And His Jazz Foundation Six* Basin Street Blues 1:37

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Document Records
  • Copyright (c) – Document Records
  • Remastered At – Soundborn Studios

Credits

  • Banjo – Lawrence Marrero (tracks: 1 to 20)
  • Bass [String Bass] – Alcide "Slow Drag" Pavageau* (tracks: 17 to 20), Austin Young (tracks: 1, 2), Chester Zardis (tracks: 3 to 16), Ricard Alexis (tracks: 21)
  • Clarinet – George Lewis (tracks: 1 to 20)
  • Compiled By, Producer – Johnny Parth
  • Drums – Edgar Moseley* (tracks: 3 to 16), Ernest Rogers (tracks: 1, 2), "Kid Collins" (Abbie Williams)* (tracks: 17 to 20), Paul Barbarin (tracks: 21)
  • Graphics – Kevin Witt
  • Liner Notes – Alyn Shipton
  • Piano – James P. Johnson* (tracks: 21), Walter Decou (tracks: 1 to 16)
  • Remastered By – Gerhard Wessely
  • Soprano Saxophone, Clarinet – Sidney Bechet (tracks: 21)
  • Trombone – Albert Warner (tracks: 3 to 16), J.C. Higginbotham (tracks: 21), Jim Robinson (tracks: 1, 2, 17 to 20)
  • Trumpet – Bunk Johnson, Louis Armstrong (tracks: 21)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 14298 10102 7

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DOCD-1010 Bunk Johnson Volume 2 - "New Orleans" (1942 ~ 1945) ‎(CD, Comp, RE, RM) Document Records DOCD-1010 Israel 2005


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