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Performer: Bunk Johnson
Title: Last Testament
Style: Early Jazz,New Orleans Jazz
Location: Carnegie Recital Hall
Duration: 37:46
Released: 1947
Date of recording: December 23, 1947 - December 26, 1947
Size MP3 version: 1779 mb
Size FLAC version: 1531 mb
Size WMA version: 1951 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 198
Format: VOC XM APE MIDI MPC AIFF
Genre: Jazz

Bunk Johnson - Last Testament mp3 download


Bunk Johnson (cor),Ed Cuffee (tbn),Garvin Bushell (cl), Don Kirkpatrick (p), Danny Barker (g), Wellman Braud (b), Alphonse Steele (d). SIDE a: The Entertainer Someday (You'll Want Me To Want You) Chloe (Song Of The Swamp) The Minstrel Man Till We Meet Again You're Driving Me Crazy (What Did I Do?) SIDE B: Kinklets Maria Elena Some Of These Days.

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Willie Gary "Bunk" Johnson (December 27, 1879 – July 7, 1949) was a prominent jazz trumpeter in New Orleans. Johnson gave the year of his birth as 1879, although there is speculation that he may have been younger by as much as a decade. Johnson received lessons from Adam Olivier and began playing professionally in Olivier's orchestra. Johnson probably played a few adolescent jobs with Buddy Bolden, but was not a regular member of Bolden's Band (contrary to Johnson's claim)

Venerable New Orleans jazz legend Bunk Johnson teamed with a group of mostly swing era veterans in the mid- and late '40s for several controversial albums. Rather than cutting strictly traditional material, Johnson's band blended rags, spirituals, blues, and swing in with some traditional numbers. The music was largely successful, but the band didn't attract a wide enough audience to make it fiscally worthwhile.

Bunk Johnson was a highly trained musician, who as the 1940s progressed became increasingly contemptuous of George Lewis, Jim Robinson and the other "emergency musicians" he recorded with from 1942 - 1946. This band eventually broke up in acrimony. In his 1946 trio recordings with Don Ewell, Johnson had demonstrated an interest in a repertoire far wider than the New Orleans standards he was generally associated with. This CD, Johnson's final studio recordings from December 1947, take that process further

Trumpet – Bunk Johnson (tracks: William Geary Johnson). 모. Recorded December 23, 24, & 26, 1947. Bunk Johnson And His Band. The Last Testament Of A Great New Orleans Jazzman ‎(LP).

Columbia Masterworks ‎– ML 4802 (US). Thanks to snobb for the addition. BUNK JOHNSON THE LAST TESTAMENT OF A GREAT JAZZMAN vinyl record CBS COLUMBIA RECORDS. Bunk Johnson And His Band, The Last Testament Of A Great New Orleans Jazzman.

The Last Testament of a Great New Orleans Jazzman. Someday (You'll want Me to Want You). Chloe (Song of the Swamp).

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Someday (You'll Want Me to Want You) Jimmie Hodges Bunk Johnson feat: Buck Johnson 2:50
2 Hilarity Rag Unknown Bunk Johnson feat: Buck Johnson 2:32
3 Some of These Days Bunk Johnson feat: Buck Johnson 2:50
4 The Entertainer Scott Joplin Bunk Johnson feat: Buck Johnson 2:52
5 Out of Nowhere Johnny Green / Edward Heyman Bunk Johnson feat: Buck Johnson 2:48
6 You're Driving Me Crazy Bunk Johnson feat: Buck Johnson 2:10
7 Chloe Neil Moret (Chas. N. Daniels) / Gus Kahn Bunk Johnson feat: Buck Johnson 2:30
8 The Minstrel Man Bunk Johnson feat: Buck Johnson 2:24
9 Maria Elena Lorenzo Barcelata Bunk Johnson feat: Buck Johnson 2:38
10 Kinklets Bunk Johnson feat: Buck Johnson 2:49
11 Out of Nowhere Johnny Green / Edward Heyman Bunk Johnson feat: Buck Johnson 3:10
12 Till We Meet Again Bunk Johnson feat: Buck Johnson 2:40
13 Chloe Neil Moret (Chas. N. Daniels) / Gus Kahn Bunk Johnson feat: Buck Johnson 2:49
14 Teasin' Rag Bunk Johnson feat: Buck Johnson 2:44

Credits

Lorenzo Barcelata - Composer
Danny Barker - Guitar
Wellman Braud - Bass
Garvin Bushell - Clarinet
Josie Carmen - Engineer
Julie Chenevert - Design
Ed Cuffee - Trombone
Johnny Green - Composer
Edward Heyman - Composer
Jimmie Hodges - Composer
Buck Johnson - Performer, Primary Artist
Bunk Johnson - Primary Artist, Trumpet
Scott Joplin - Composer
Gus Kahn - Composer
Don Kirkpatrick - Piano
Robert G. Koester - Producer
Neil Moret (Chas. N. Daniels) - Composer
Alphonse Steele - Drums
Paul Underwood - Engineer
Unknown - Composer
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Bunk Johnson has quite the interesting history. Johnson never recorded any of his work until the 40's although he had been an active Louisiana trumpeter since the 10's. A man who was known for stretching the truth frequently, has stunned us all with this album. This is, by far, the best recording of his work, created in 1947 which was between the time he received his new set of teeth and his death. "Chloe" was one of my favorite tracks (or in the case of this album, two tracks) on this LP. Rating: 2