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James P. Johnson - Hot Piano mp3 download

Performer: James P. Johnson
Title: Hot Piano
Style: Early Jazz,Ragtime,Stride,Jazz Instrument,Piano Jazz
Duration: 01:12:52
Released: July 23, 1996
Date of recording: October 18, 1921 - February 22, 1945
Size MP3 version: 1327 mb
Size FLAC version: 1234 mb
Size WMA version: 1589 mb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 987
Format: FLAC MPC VOX WAV AHX MP4
Genre: Jazz

James P. Johnson - Hot Piano mp3 download


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Many of these performances have been formerly issued in haphazard or incomplete fashion, but this exciting CD has all of Johnson's dates up until his 1930 solos. There are three early band sides from 1921 (including Johnson's "Carolina Shout"), 13 piano solos ("Snowy Morning Blues," "Riffs," and "Feeling Blue" are particularly memorable), and hot combos that feature such sidemen as Louis Metcalfe, Cootie Williams, and King Oliver and (on two songs) fellow pianist Fats Waller.

Piano – James P. Johnson. 모. A1,A4,A5,A8: Recorded on April 12, 1944, New York City A2,A3,A6,A7: Recorded on April 20, 1944, New York City B1 to B4: Recorded on August 15, 1944, New York City B5 to B8: Recorded on September 22, 1944, New York City. Piano Solos "Fats And Me" 1944 ‎(LP, Comp).

Carolina Shout - James P. 2. Jingles - James P. 23. Play Piano Play - Erroll Garner. 24. Sounds Of Africa - Eubie Blake. Listen to Saga Jazz: Stride Piano (James P. Johnson, Fats Waller, Willie "The Lion" Smith) now. Johnson, Fats Waller, Willie "The Lion" Smith) in full in the this site app. Play on this site.

The Original James P. When James P. Johnson made these solo recordings for Moe Asch's Folkways label, Asch gave him the freedom to record what he wished. Wow! This album has better sound than some others and a real long serious number which was later orchestrated. Johnson's playing is pure magic, as Duke Ellington says, and if you play piano yourself, you must hear his left hand! Never too much or too little, always supportive of the top line and always just right. Johnson goes a long way toward summing up the early history of jazz piano. The early jazz singer Ethel Waters stated, " All the hits you hear, now as then, originated with musicians like James P. the rest of the hot piano boys. just followers and protegees of that great man, Jimmy Johnson. This superb disc of Johnson piano solos was recorded by Smithsonian Folkways, from 1942 to1945. There is a stately documentary quality to the disc as Johnson literally plays through much of the early history of jazz piano. Johnson's importance is such.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Harlem Strut James P. Johnson James P. Johnson 2:35
2 Keep off the Grass James P. Johnson James P. Johnson 3:16
3 Carolina Shout James P. Johnson James P. Johnson 2:45
4 Weeping Blues James P. Johnson James P. Johnson 3:12
5 Worried and Lonesome Blues James P. Johnson James P. Johnson 3:07
6 Scouting Around James P. Johnson James P. Johnson 2:36
7 Toddlin' James P. Johnson James P. Johnson 2:44
8 All That I Had Is Gone Perry Bradford James P. Johnson 2:47
9 Snowy Morning Blues James P. Johnson James P. Johnson 2:45
10 Chicago Blues James P. Johnson / L. Williams James P. Johnson feat: James P. Johnson & His Orchestra 2:46
11 Riffs James P. Johnson James P. Johnson 3:11
12 Feelin' Blue James P. Johnson James P. Johnson 3:02
13 You've Got to Be Modernistic James P. Johnson James P. Johnson 3:12
14 Jingles James P. Johnson / Johnson James P. Johnson 3:27
15 How Could I Be Blue? Andy Razaf James P. Johnson feat: Clarence Williams 3:23
16 I've Found a New Baby Jack Palmer / Spencer Williams James P. Johnson feat: Clarence Williams 2:54
17 There'll Be Some Changes Made Billy Higgins / W. Benton Overstreet James P. Johnson 3:02
18 A Flat Dream James P. Johnson James P. Johnson 3:15
19 Old Fashioned Love James P. Johnson / Cecil Mack James P. Johnson 3:04
20 Rosetta Earl Hines / Henri Woode James P. Johnson feat: Frankie Newton 3:04
21 Who? Otto Harbach / Oscar Hammerstein II / Jerome Kern James P. Johnson feat: Frankie Newton 3:12
22 Mule Walk James P. Johnson James P. Johnson 4:04
23 Blueberry Rhyme James P. Johnson James P. Johnson 2:52
24 Lorenzo's Blues (Morning After Blues) George Foster / Omer Simeon James P. Johnson feat: Omer Simeon 2:37

Credits

Henry "Red" Allen - Trumpet
Perry Bradford - Composer, Speech/Speaker/Speaking Part
Wellman Braud - Bass
Colin Brown - Compilation Producer
Pete Brown - Sax (Alto)
Al Casey - Guitar
Big Sid Catlett - Drums
Cozy Cole - Drums, Guest Artist
Eugene Fields - Guitar
George Foster - Composer
Pops Foster - Bass
Al Gold - Sax (Tenor)
Freddie Green - Guitar
Oscar Hammerstein II - Composer
Otto Harbach - Composer
J.C. Higginbotham - Trombone
Billy Higgins - Composer
Earl Hines - Composer
James P. Johnson & His Orchestra - Primary Artist
Johnson - Composer
James P. Johnson - Composer, Piano, Primary Artist
Max Kaminsky - Trumpet
Jerome Kern - Composer
John Kirby - Bass
Cecil Mack - Composer
Mezz Mezzrow - Clarinet
Frankie Newton - Primary Artist, Trumpet
W. Benton Overstreet - Composer
Jack Palmer - Composer
Andy Razaf - Composer
Pee Wee Russell - Clarinet, Guest Artist
Gene Sedric - Sax (Tenor)
Omer Simeon - Clarinet, Composer, Performer, Primary Artist
Zutty Singleton - Drums
Fats Waller - Guest Artist, Piano
Joe Watts - Bass
Tony Watts - Compilation Producer, Liner Notes
Dicky Wells - Trombone
Clarence Williams - Performer, Primary Artist
Cootie Williams - Trumpet
L. Williams - Composer
Spencer Williams - Composer
Henri Woode - Composer