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Blues For Jimmy - James P. Johnson* - The Original James P. Johnson

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  1. Voodoogore says:
    Nov 18,  · James P Johnson The Charleston piano roll Lyrics by Cecil Mack according to Wikipedia Caroline, Caroline, At last they've got you on the .
  2. Tojazilkree says:
    Nov 12,  · James P. Johnson is one of the most influential and neglected figues in 20th century American music. Best known as the teacher of Fats Waller, he was the composer of "Charleston", THE song that exemplified the s, a writer of serious orchestral works, a magnificent accompanist of Bessie Smith and others, and the leading figure in the Harlem stride piano style/5(5).
  3. Shakazil says:
    Dec 29,  · The technique was originated in Harlem during World War I by Luckey Roberts and James P. Johnson. It was partially influenced by ragtime but as a jazz piano idiom, features improvisation, blue.
  4. Sajar says:
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about James P. Johnson* - The Original James P. Johnson at Discogs. Complete your James P. Johnson* collection/5(6).
  5. Dijin says:
    The great stride pianist James P. Johnson is heard on 14 of the 16 selections included on this LP, taking memorable piano solos; two of the selections ("St. Louis Blues" and the first take of "Sweet Lorraine") are actually by an uncredited Cliff Jackson.8/
  6. Kazrashakar says:
    Listen to Blues for Jimmy from James P. Johnson's The Original James P. Johnson: , Piano Solos for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar .

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