8 thoughts on “ Minor Jive - James P. Johnson* - Classic James P. Johnson Sessions (1921-1943) (CD) ”

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Classic James P. Johnson Sessions () on Discogs/5(6).
  2. May 13,  · Jazz piano masters tend to slot easily into categories. There are seemingly beyond-the-bounds-of-possibility virtuosos (Art Tatum), blues melders (Wynton Kelly) and genre purveyors (Meade Lux Read More "James P. Johnson: Classic James P. Johnson Sessions ()".
  3. James Price Johnson (February 1, – November 17, ) 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 Born: February 1, , New Brunswick, New Jersey, U.S.
  4. During the s, James P. Johnson's career developed in four distinct areas: stride pianist, vocal accompanist, songwriter and sideman. A new set from Mosaic features Johnson's recordings in all these areas during his peak years of Because the recordings are presented in chronological order, the music of those distinct areas get mixed together. In his Retro Review, Thomas Cunniffe.
  5. Jul 28,  · Performer: James P. Johnson Title: Classic Sessions Vol. 3 Published: Genre: Jazz, Piano Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Oldies RAR Size: Mb Tracklist: Revolutionary Blues Comin' On with the Come On, Pt. 1 Comin' On with the Come On, Pt. 2 Rosetta Minor Jive The World is Waiting for the Sunrise Who? The Blues My Baby.
  6. Classic Sessions Vol. 3. Legacy Recordings: GU. Buy download online. Mezz Mezzrow & His Orchestra with James P. Johnson, Mezz Mezzrow & His Orchestra, Teddy Bunn (guitar), Elmer James (bass), James Johnson (piano), Zutty Singleton (drums), Sidney De Paris (trumpet), Tommy Ladnier (trumpet), Mezz Mezzrow (clarinet), Frankie Newton & His Orchestra with James P.
  7. James P. Johnson*, The Concordia Orchestra, Marin Alsop, Leslie Stifelman: James P. Johnson*, The Concordia Orchestra, Marin Alsop, Leslie Stifelman - Victory Stride (The Symphonic Music Of James P. Johnson) (Album) 2 versions: Musicmasters Classics: US:
  8. One of the great jazz pianists of all time, James P. Johnson was the king of stride pianists in the s. He began working in New York clubs as early as and was quickly recognized as the pacesetter. In , Johnson began making piano rolls. Duke Ellington learned from these (by slowing them down to half-speed), and a few years later, Johnson became Fats Waller's teacher and inspiration.

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