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Charlie Johnson Stomp - Sidewalk Hot Jazz Orchestra - Let Us Swing (Vinyl, LP)

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  4. For musicians with exceedingly common names, there is sometimes more information about who someone isn't than who they are. An entire band could be worked up out of the pool of musicians named Charlie Johnson or Charles Johnson, but this trumpeter associated with the early days of the Duke Ellington band would not have been available after That Johnson died in that year is the only .
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  7. It was recorded on March 7, The label credits "Mary Stafford and Her Jazz Band", but some sources I've seen credit Charlie Johnson's Orchestra with the accompaniment. favorite favorite favorite (1 reviews) Topics: Music, Blues, Jazz, 78rpm Source: 78rpm disk .
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  9. Jelly Roll Morton's Red Hot Peppers, creole musician, emphasized French origin, training in music theory, used to play in the bordello's(not good place) first person to articulate was jazz was, would sit at piano and talk about the days in new Orleans. Red Hot Peppers in Chicago, first recordings with electric and microphones.

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