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Get Em Again Blues - Johnny Dodds - The Myth Of New Orleans (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Johnny Dodds (/ ˈ d ɒ t s /; April 12, – August 8, ) was an American jazz clarinetist and alto saxophonist based in New Orleans, best known for his recordings under his own name and with bands such as those of Joe "King" Oliver, Jelly Roll Morton, Lovie Austin and Louis Armstrong. Dodds (pronounced dots) [citation needed] was the older brother of the drummer Warren "Baby" Dodds.
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  3. JOHNNY DODDS The Myth Of New Orleans ( Italian track vinyl LP compilation featuring recordings from to picture sleeve with detailed notes on the reverse. The sleeve still retains its opened shrink and the vinyl looks seldom played LPJT47) Perdido Street BluesOriental ManGatemouthMy BabyWeary CityIndigo StompBallin The JackGrandmas BallWild Man .
  4. Aug 06,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Johnny Dodds / New Orleans Wanderers - Perdido Street Blues YouTube The Best of Johnny Dodds ft. Louis Armstrong, Kid Ory, Earl Hines | Jazz Music - Duration:
  5. Terrific and Scarce Classic Hot Jazz Album in Near Mint Condition. B1Ballin' The Jack. A6I Can't Say. B10Brown Bottom Bess. B9Lady Love. B8Sweep 'Em Clean. B6Brush Stomp. B5Get 'Em Again Blues.
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  9. Jul 03,  · This version of Jelly Roll Morton's classic "Wild Man Blues" by jazz clarinetist Johnny Dodds () and his Chicago Boys is my absolute favorite ever; its melody is a New Orleans blues if ever there was one, bub. He recorded this tune several times in the course of his career, all different takes with different approaches.

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