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9 thoughts on “ Have Mercy - Johnny Dodds - Johnny Dodds 1927 (Vinyl)

  1. Oct 01,  · JOHNNY DODDS' TRIO: Johnny Dodds (cl); Lil Hardin (p); Bill Johnson (b) same session 26 Indigo Stomp (Dodds) Thank you so much for watching this video by Halidon Music channel, we hope.
  2. Dodds, a veteran of King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band, mainstay of Louis Armstrong's Hot Five & Seven and recording artist with Jelly Roll Morton's Red Hot Peppers, is featured here with members of his regular band from Chicago's Kelly's Stables. Dodds sounds far more relaxed here than in some of the later Hot Five and Hot Seven sides/5(6).
  3. Johnny Dodds Pioneers Of Jazz, Vol.3 - Johnny Dodds A1: Have Mercy A2: Hot Stuff B1: San B2: Oh Lizzie: Coral Germany: 94 EP: 0: Johnny Dodds' Black Bottom Stompers Pioneers Of Jazz, Vol. 4 - Johnny Dodds' Black Bottom Stompers A1: Come On And Stomp, Stomp, Stomp A2: Joe Turner Blues B1: When Erastus Plays His Old Kazoo B2.
  4. Aug 04,  · Johnny Dodds, African-American musician noted as one of the most lyrically expressive of jazz clarinetists. Dodds grew up in the musically stimulating environment of New Orleans in the early years of jazz and began playing clarinet at age He played in Fate Marable’s riverboat bands ().
  5. – Johnny Dodds And His Chicago Boys: Wild Man Blues Written-By – Morton*, Armstrong* B2 – Johnny Dodds And His Chicago Boys: Melancholy Written-By – Bloom*, Melrose* B3 – The New Orleans Wanderers* Too Tight Written-By – Armstrong* B4 – Johnny Dodds' Washboard Band* Bull Fiddle Blues Written-By – J. Dodds*
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Johnny Dodds And Kid Ory on Discogs. Label: Epic - LA • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Other Versions (5 of 19) View All. Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year; B L, BBL Johnny Dodds And Kid Ory: Johnny 5/5(1).
  7. Johnny Dodds was one of the most important New Orleans musicians to play in Chicago during the 's, the beginning of recorded jazz. He played clarinet with King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band, Louis Armstrong's Hot Five and Seven and Jelly Roll Morton's Trio/5(4).
  8. Cornetist Louis Armstrong, trombonist Roy Palmer and clarinetist Johnny Dodds are joined by Barney Bigard, who boots away on a tenor saxophone. was the year that Bigard joined Duke Ellington & His Orchestra, there to distinguish himself by playing the clarinet like nobody else before or since. How interesting to hear him laying down.

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