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Title: Wild Man Blues - His 24 Greatest 1923-1940
Style: Dixieland
Label: ASV Living Era
# Cat: CD AJA 5252
Released: 1997
Country: UK
FLAC album: 1127 mb
MP3 album: 2076 mb
Rating: 4.6
Genre: Jazz / Blues


1Grandma's Ball2:47
2Clarinet Wobble2:36
3Mixed Salad3:13
4Too Tight2:58
5Lady Love2:49
6Flat Foot3:26
8Ballin' A Jack2:47
9Bucktown Stomp3:10
10South Bound Rag3:09
11Indigo Stomp3:06
12Gravier Street Blues2:42
13Wolverine Blues3:23
14Get 'Em Again Blues2:50
15Heah' Me Talkin'3:16
16Canal Street Blues2:36
17Mr. Jelly Lord2:54
18Wild Man Blues3:02
19Weary Blues3:01
20Hot Stuff2:53
22Yes! I'm In The Barrel2:47
23Bull Fiddle Blues2:56
24When Erastus Plays His Old Kazoo2:47


Wild Man Blues - Johnny Dodds. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. King of the Blues Clarinet 1923 - 1940 - Johnny Dodds. This ASVLiving 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. Bull Fiddle Blues by Johnny Dodds' Washboard Band. Melancholy by Johnny Dodds & His Chicago Boys. Gravier Street Blues by Johnny Dodds & His Orchestra. Album 2008 27 Songs. Louis Armstrong and His Hot Seven. Wild Man Blues. Johnny Dodds and His Chicago Boys. Blues Galore. Red Onion Blues. Johnny Dodds and His Orchestra. Gravier Street Blues. Listen free to Johnny Dodds Wild Man Blues Canal Street Blues, Yes I'm in the Barrel and more. 24 tracks 71:28. Play album. Get album. He also recorded prolifically under his own name, Johnny Dodds' Black Bottom Stompers, between 1927 and 1929 for Paramount, BrunswickVocalion, and Victor. He became a big star on the Chicago jazz scene of the 1920s, but his career precipitously declined with the Great Depression. Although his career gradually recovered, he did not record for most of the 1930s, affected by ill-health he recorded only two sessions-January 21, 1938, and June 5, 1940-both for Decca. 1923-1940, Best of Jazz 4014. Wild Man Blues: 24 Clarinet Classics, ASVLiving Era 5252. Louis Armstrong Hot Seven. AFTER YOU'VE GONE by Johnny Dodds and his Black Bottom Stompers 1927. Ella Fitzgerald And Louis Armstrong - Ella And Louis - Full Album - Vintage Music Songs - Продолжительность: 53:38 Rarity Music in album Johnny Dodds - The Chronological Classics 1928-1940 1992. Johnny Dodds - Bucktown Stomp. Johnny Dodds - Weary City. Johnny Dodds - Bull Fiddle Blues. Johnny Dodds - Blue Washboard Stomp. Johnny Dodds - Wild Man Blues. Johnny Dodds - Melancholy