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Title: Bunk Johnson and His Superior Jazz Band
Released: 1962
MP3 album: 1488 mb
FLAC album: 1215 mb
Rating: 4.6
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Genre: Jazz

Take's Early Jazz Album Channel. Musicians: ・Bunk Johnson (Trumpet) ・George Lewis (Clarinet) ・Jim Robinson (Trombone) ・Lawrence Marrero (Banjo) ・Walter Decou (Piano) ・Austin Young (Bass) ・Ernest Rogers (Drums). Bunk Johnson's Superior Jazz Band. Very Best of Dixieland New Orleans.

Bunk Johnson & his Superior Jazz Band – Make Me a Pallet on the Floor. Bunk Johnson & his Superior Jazz Band – Down by the Riverside. Bunk Johnson and his Band – One Sweet Letter From You. 3:34. Bunk Johnson and his New Orleans Band – Franklin Street Blues (Bunk Johnson). Bunk Johnson & his Superior Jazz Band – Bunk's Blues. Bunk Johnson & his Superior Jazz Band – Weary Blues. Bunk Johnson And His New Orleans Band – Tishomingo Blues. Bunk Johnson & his Superior Jazz Band – Panama. Bunk Johnson and His New Orleans Jazz Band – When I Leave the World Behind. Bunk Johnson and his Superior Jazz Band – Panama (1942). Bunk Johnson & His New Orleans Band – Darktown Strutters' Ball.

A Landmark in Jazz Recording History- Authentic New Orleans Jazz B4 Bunk Johnson talking - text of this on Insert. Recorded in New Orleans, June 11, 1942 under the supervision of David Stuart with the cooperation and assistance of Bill Colburn, Hal McIntrye, Bill Russell and Gene Williams. Rights Society: ASCAP.

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)

Bunk Johnson and His New Orleans Jazz Band When I Leave the World Behind. Bunk Johnson And His New Orleans Band Just a Closer Walk with Thee. Bunk Johnson & his Superior Jazz Band Weary Blues.

Willie Gary "Bunk" Johnson (December 27, 1879 – July 7, 1949) was a prominent early New Orleans jazz trumpet player in the early years of the 20th century who enjoyed a revived career in the 1940s. Bunk gave the year of his birth as 1879, although there is speculation that he may have actually been younger by as much as a decade. Bunk received lessons from Adam Olivier and began playing professionally in Olivier's orchestra.