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Bud Johnson w Joe Newman

Can you say "Shagadelic Baby!"? The title track of this obscure set is so groovy I could not stop playing it. Kinda like when you're 12 years old and stuck on a bubble gum pop tune. This is a solid set featuring the heavyweight front line of Johnson and Newman; two honest to goodness jazz greats. No notes here on the rhythm section, though they show up ready to drive these two great horns. Why is this guy and his music so obscure? Never seen it in a bin, or, on-line. A real treat, and a big-time score of a download. Love the album cover, too. Classic!

Biography

Born: December 14, 1910 in Dallas, TX

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '30s, '40s, '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s

Budd Johnson was a talented and valuable jazz musician for many decades, a behind-the-scenes player and writer who uplifted a countless number of sessions from the 1930s into the '80s. Johnson started off playing in Kansas City in the late '20s, including with the bands of Terrence Holder, Jesse Stone, and George E. Lee. He made his recording debut while with Louis Armstrong's big band (1932-1933), and gained attention for his work as tenor soloist and arranger during three stints with the Earl Hines...
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Off the Wall, Budd Johnson
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  • $5.99
  • Genres: Jazz, Music, Bop
  • Released: Dec 03, 1964

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