Johnny Dodds - Blues In The Alley flac album
|A1||Don't Shake It No More|
|A2||Rampart Street Blues|
|A3||Too Sweet For Words|
|A5||Frog Tongue Stomp|
|A7||Buddy Burton's Jazz|
|B1||East Coast Trot|
|B3||Chicago Mess Around|
|B5||In The Alley Blues|
|B6||Merry Marker's Twine|
Album: The Johnny Dodds' Heritage Volume 1. Release year: 2009. The Johnny Dodds' Heritage Volume 1: Best 2 songs. Johnny Dodds, New Orleans Wanderers - Papa Dip 02:56. Johnny Dodds - Chicago Buzz 02:52. Album: The Johnny Dodds' Heritage Volume 1. Johnny Dodds: best 2 tracks. Johnny Dodds - Wolverine Blues (6/10/1927) 1926 - 1940, Part One CD 3, 2006 03:19. Johnny Dodds - Mr Jelly Lord (6/10/1927) 1926 - 1940, Part One CD 3, 2006 02:52. Artist: Johnny Dodds.
Johnny Dodds (/ˈdɒts/; April 12, 1892 – August 8, 1940) was an American jazz clarinetist and alto saxophonist based in New Orleans, best known for his recordings under his own name and with bands such as those of Joe "King" Oliver, Jelly Roll Morton, Lovie Austin and Louis Armstrong. Dodds (pronounced dots) was the older brother of the drummer Warren "Baby" Dodds, one of the first important jazz drummers. They worked together in the New Orleans Bootblacks in 1926.
Jazz & Blues: Johnny Dodds Album has 10 songs sung by Johnny Dodds. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Jazz & Blues: Johnny Dodds songs on Gaana. Sorry, we couldn't find you in the list of our awesome users. Want to become one? Get gaana+.
Recorded Chicago, Dec 11, 1926 (tracks A1 to A6), June 10, 1927 (A7, A8, B1), July 5, 1928 (B2 to B4), July 6, 1928 (B5 to B7, C1 to C8, D1 to D4), Jan 30, 1929 (D5, D6), and Feb 7, 1929 (D7). Gatefold sleeve with notes in French and English. Rights Society: SACEM SACD SDRM SGDL.
Johnny Dodds - The New St. Louis Blues. album: Classic Jazz- The Encyclopedia of Jazz - From New Orleans to Harlem, Vol. 30. Johnny Dodds & Orchestra - Gravier Stomp Blues. album: Gravier Stomp Blues. Baby Dodds - Drums in the Twenties. album: Talking & Drum Solos, Country Brass Bands. Alcide Pavageau, Baby Dodds, Eclipse Alley Five, George Lewis, Jim Robinson, Lawrence Marrero - I Couldn't Hear Nobody Pray (Take 1). album: New Orleans 1946
Johnny Dodds - Gatemouth. Johnny Dodds - Blue Clarinet Stomp.
Family Gatherings Housework Sunday Afternoon Celebration Playful Reminiscing Reunion. Wild Man Blues: 24 Clarinet Classics. This ASV/Living Era disc charts Johnny Dodds through his many recordings with jazz greats, from a 1923 recording with King Oliver and Louis Armstrong to trio sessions with Jelly Roll Morton. Also included are six tracks recorded by Dodds' New Orleans Wanderers (or Bootblacks) and the Black Bottom Stompers.
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