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James P. Johnson - Harlem Stride Piano 1921/1929


Tracklist


1James Price JohnsonRiffs
Written-By – J.P. Johnson
3:07
2James Price JohnsonToddlin'
Written-By – J.P. Johnson
2:41
3James P. Johnson Harmony EightBandana Days (Intro: Love Will Find A Way)
Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Unknown ArtistBanjo – Unknown ArtistClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Unknown ArtistDrums – Unknown ArtistTrombone – Unknown ArtistTrumpet – Unknown Artist, Unknown ArtistWritten-By – N. Sissle-E. Blake
2:45
4Jimmie Johnson & His OrchestraYou Don't Understand
Banjo [or], Guitar [or] – Bernard Addison, Teddy BunnBass – Harry HullClarinet [Possibly], Alto Saxophone [Possibly] – Hilton JeffersonClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Bobby HolmesDrums [or] – Edmund Jones, Fred MoorePiano – Fats WallerTenor Saxophone – Charles FrazierTrombone – James ArcheyTrumpet – David Nelson, King OliverWritten-By – J.P. Johnson
2:55
5James Price JohnsonYou Can't Do What My Last Man Did
Written-By – J.P. Johnson
3:10
6Jimmy Johnson & His BandFare Thee Well Honey Blues
Clarinet – Ernest ElliottClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Unknown ArtistCornet – Louis MetcalfTrombone [Probably] – Geechie FieldsVocals – Perry Bradford, Unknown ArtistWritten-By – P. Bradford
3:11
7Jimmie Johnson's Jazz BoysCarolina Shout
Banjo – Unknown ArtistClarinet, Soprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone – Unknown ArtistCornet – Unknown ArtistDrums – Unknown ArtistTrombone – Unknown ArtistTuba – Unknown ArtistWritten-By – J.P. Johnson
2:57
8James Price JohnsonScouting Around
Written-By – J.P. Johnson
2:33
9James Price JohnsonSnowy Morning Blues
Written-By – J.P. Johnson
2:39
10James Price JohnsonWeeping Blues
Written-By – J.P. Johnson
3:16
11Johnson JazzersSkiddle-De-Scow
Trumpet – Louis MetcalfVocals, Written-By – Perry Bradford
2:37
12Jimmie Johnson & His OrchestraYou've Got To Be Modernistic
Banjo [or], Guitar [or] – Bernard Addison, Teddy BunnBass – Harry HullClarinet [Possibly], Alto Saxophone [Possibly] – Hilton JeffersonClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Bobby HolmesDrums [or] – Edmund Jones, Fred MoorePiano – Fats WallerTenor Saxophone – Charles FrazierTrombone – James ArcheyTrumpet – David Nelson, King OliverWritten-By – J.P. Johnson
3:09
13James Price JohnsonCharleston (South Carolina)
Written-By – J.P. Johnson
2:45
14James Price JohnsonWorried And Lonesome Blues
Written-By – J.P. Johnson
3:16
15Johnson JazzersCan I Get It Now?
Trumpet – Louis MetcalfVocals, Written-By – Perry Bradford
2:54
16James P. Johnson Harmony EightDear Old Southland
Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Unknown ArtistBanjo – Unknown ArtistClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Unknown ArtistDrums – Unknown ArtistTrombone – Unknown ArtistTrumpet – Unknown Artist, Unknown ArtistWritten-By – Cremer, T. Layton
3:04
17James Price JohnsonBleeding-Hearted Blues
Written-By – J.P. Johnson
3:08
18Jimmy Johnson & His BandPut Your Mind Right On It
Clarinet – Ernest ElliottClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Unknown ArtistCornet – Louis MetcalfTrombone [Probably] – Geechie FieldsVocals – Perry Bradford, Unknown ArtistWritten-By – P. Bradford
3:06
19James Price JohnsonThe Harlem Strut
Written-By – J.P. Johnson
2:32
20James Price JohnsonAll That I Had Is Gone
Written-By – J.P. Johnson
2:43
21Jimmy Johnson & His OrchestraMournful Tho'ts
Bass – Joe Watts Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Unknown ArtistClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Unknown ArtistPiano – Fats WallerSpeech – Perry BradfordTrombone – Unknown ArtistTrumpet – Cootie WilliamsTrumpet [Possibly] – Louis MetcalfWritten-By – J.P. Johnson
3:01
22James Price JohnsonKeep Off The Grass
Written-By – J.P. Johnson
3:12
23Jimmy Johnson & His OrchestraChicago Blues
Bass – Joe Watts Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Unknown ArtistClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Unknown ArtistPiano – Fats WallerSpeech – Perry BradfordTrombone – Unknown ArtistTrumpet – Cootie WilliamsTrumpet [Possibly] – Louis MetcalfWritten-By – C. Straight
2:49
24James Price JohnsonFeeling Blue
Written-By – J.P. Johnson
2:58
25James Price JohnsonCarolina Shout
Written-By – J.P. Johnson
2:44

Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
151032James P. Johnson Harlem Stride Piano 1921/1929 ‎(CD, Comp)Hot'N Sweet151032France1992

Credits


  • Liner NotesD.N.
  • Liner Notes [Adapted From The French]Don Waterhouse
  • PianoJames P. Johnson

Notes


1 (piano solo): NYC, ca. 08/1921.
2-3 (piano solos): NYC, ca. 18/10/1921.
4: NYC, ca. 10/1921.
5-6: NYC, 05/12/1921.
7-8 (piano solos): NYC, 28/06/1923.
9-10 (piano solos): Camden, 25/07/1923.
11-12 (piano solos): NYC, 08/08/1923.
13 (piano-roll): prob. NYC, 06/1925.
14-15 (piano solos): NYC, 25/02/1927.
16-17: NYC, 02/09/1927.
18-19: NYC, 18/06/1928.
20-21 (piano solos): NYC, 29/01/1929.
22: NYC, 05/03/1929.
23: NYC, 20/03/1929.
24-25: NYC, 18/11/1929.

Barcodes


  • Barcode (String): 3540131589526
  • Barcode (Text): 3 540131 589526
  • Matrix / Runout: EPM 151032 MPO 01 @
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 1221
  • Distribution Code: ZE 052
  • SPARS Code: AAD

Companies


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – EPM
  • Copyright (c) – EPM
  • Manufactured By – MPO

Info


Listen free to James P. Johnson Harlem Stride Piano: 1921-1929 The Harlem Strut, Keep Off The Grass and more. 25 tracks 73:36. Harlem Stride Piano 1921-1929. Your Rating. Overview . The James P. Johnson Collection 1921-49 - James P. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. James P. Album: Harlem Stride Piano 19211929. Released: 1992. Ensemble James P. Johnson Harmony Eight. Bandana Days Intro: Love Will Find A Way. Johnson - Harlem Stride Piano 19211929 Jazz Archives CD Made in France Condition: Very Good. Time left: 2d 4h 36m 26s Ships to: Worldwide. Harlem Stride Piano 1921-1929, James P Johnson, Good Import Condition: Good. Time left: 18d 4h 56m 5s Ships to: Worldwide. Your feedback for Harlem Stride Piano 1921-1929. Johnson Collection 1921-49. 2014 Original Recodings from Her Movies 1928 - 1929. Drop Me off in Harlem. 2012 Ragtime, Harlem Stride Piano, Blues Piano, Swing Piano. H&L: Jazz Is so Frenchie. 1 Jazz Album Ever сборник. James Price Johnson February 1, 1894 November 17, 1955 was an American pianist and composer. A pioneer of stride piano, he was one of the most important pianists in the early era of recording, and like Jelly Roll Morton, one of the key figures in the evolution of ragtime into what was eventually called jazz. Johnson was a major influence on Count Basie, Duke Ellington, Art Tatum, and Fats Waller, who was his student. Liner Notes Don Waterhouse. Piano James P. 1 piano solo: NYC, ca. 2-3 piano solos: NYC, ca. 4: NYC, ca. 5-6: NYC, 05121921. 7-8 piano solos: NYC, 28061923. 9-10 piano solos: Camden, 25071923. Jazz Piano Masters - James P Johnson - James P. Artis Wodehouse pianolizes James P. Johnson's 1921 piano roll performance QRS 101014 of his original composition, Harlem Strut on 112618. Johnson 1894-1955 was a major jazz and stride pianist of the first half of the 20th C. as well as an outstanding composer. He made dozens of piano roll and 78-rpm disc recordings that document his keyboard artistry

James P. Johnson - Harlem Stride Piano 1921/1929
Performer: James P. Johnson
Genre: Jazz
Title: Harlem Stride Piano 1921/1929
Country: France
Released: 1997
Style: Stride
MP3 album: 2732 mb
FLAC album: 2256 mb
Source: CD, Compilation, Reissue
№ Cat: 158952, N° 111
Label: EPM Musique, Jazz Archives