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Youve Got To Be Modernistic - James P. Johnson* - Feelin Blue (Vinyl, LP)


Download Youve Got To Be Modernistic - James P. Johnson* - Feelin Blue (Vinyl, LP)
1986
Label: Halcyon Records (3) - HDL107 • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: UK • Genre: Blues •


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8 thoughts on “ Youve Got To Be Modernistic - James P. Johnson* - Feelin Blue (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Vojora says:
    James P. Johnson was one of the foremost masters of stride piano, so collectors will be pleased to learn that eight of the 16 tracks on this compilation CD are piano solos. In addition to one of the earliest renditions of his well known "Snowy Morning Blues," there are several forgotten pieces worth hearing, including his buoyant "Riffs," Harry Warren's obscure "Crying for the Carolines" and 6/
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  3. Sataur says:
    Volume Two of Classics eight volume James P. Johnson set contains some of the stride masters' greatest recordings in addition to some less memorable band tracks. Tracks and are superb examples of stride piano demonstraing all Johnson's formidable talents: superb touch, a great improvisational imagination, power, drive and swing.4/5(1).
  4. Samulkis says:
    Recording locations, recording dates, label cat. Nr. and matrix initial issue: Track 1 recorded in New York, c. August , Black Swan , P
  5. Shaktikazahn says:
    James P. Johnson - Modernistic Ab Maj From the original recording of January
  6. Zulurisar says:
    james p johnson. who was the artist of "black and tan fantasy" louis armstrong and earl hines. what year was "you've got to be modernistic" recorded. what year was "weather bird" recorded. who was the artist of "singin the blues" frankie trumbauer and .
  7. Fenritilar says:
    James P. Johnson - You've Got To Be Modernistic () An icon used to represent a menu that can be toggled by interacting with this icon.
  8. Dubei says:
    Collin Van Ryn, in response to this post, got interested in James P. and transcribed “Feelin’ Blue. The next session is one of James P.’s most famous, and features a truly terrifying amount of piano playing. ** “Crying for the the Carolines” (1/30, comp. Warren).

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