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TRIPS BACK
RECORD
YEARS EARLIER
ITUNES
PLAY
PLAYING
TRUMPET
PARADE
PARADES
MUSIC
DOWNLOAD ITUNES
FREDDIE KEPPARD
SIDNEY BECHET
BUNK
OWN BANDS
GEORGE LEWIS
BUNK JOHNSON
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Trips Back

  1. On some of his trips back to New Orleans he recorded with Bunk Johnson. (Web site)

Record

  1. He did not make it on to record until 1945, when he recorded with Bunk Johnson; in 1946 he recorded with the Original Zenith Brass Band.

Years Earlier

  1. Its president, Harry Bridges, had met Bunk Johnson many years earlier and provided his facilities for one of Bunks earliest appearances in the Bay Area. (Web site)

Itunes

  1. The Last Testament of a Great New Orleans Jazzman by Bunk Johnson, get iTunes now." We are unable to find iTunes on your computer.

Play

  1. When his brother died in 1940, he went on to play with Jimmy Noone, and with Bunk Johnson. (Web site)

Playing

  1. His playing so impressed Bunk Johnson, the legendary cornet player, that Sidney was invited to join Johnson's band, the Eagle Band. (Web site)

Trumpet

  1. He had a row with Bill at the 100 Club, threw his trumpet down on the stage a la Bunk Johnson and moved to the south of France in his last years.
  2. After hearing Bunk Johnson, Larkin taught himself to play the trumpet.

Parade

  1. He considered Bolden and Bunk Johnson to be his main influences and played in a countless number of parade and street bands through the years. (Web site)

Parades

  1. Baby Dodds was playing in parades as early as the 1910s, often with Bunk Johnson as well as with Frankie Dusen's Eagle Band.

Music

  1. A jazz legend from before the music existed in name; separating the truth from the myth in the life of trumpeter Bunk Johnson has never been simple. (Web site)

Download Itunes

  1. To preview and buy music from The Last Testament of a Great New Orleans Jazzman by Bunk Johnson, download iTunes now.

Freddie Keppard

  1. Joe "King" Oliver, Freddie Keppard, Bunk Johnson, and other early New Orleans jazz musicians were directly inspired by his playing. (Web site)

Sidney Bechet

  1. Several early Jazz musicians, like Sidney Bechet (as a child musician) and Bunk Johnson, apparently played in Bolden's bands occasionally. (Web site)

Bunk

  1. In 1942 some jazz fans and writers came to New Orleans to record the legendary older trumpeter Bunk Johnson, and Bunk picked Lewis for the recording session.

Own Bands

  1. In the 1940's Bushell worked with Eddie Mallory and Edgar Hayes, led his own bands and recorded with Bunk Johnson in 1947. (Web site)

George Lewis

  1. He gained greater fame with the resugence of interest in early New Orleans jazz as a regular member of the bands of Bunk Johnson and George Lewis.
  2. Musicians like Bunk Johnson and George Lewis were pulled from relative obscurity into a new world of adoring fans in America and Europe. (Web site)
  3. Russell started the label to issue the recordings of early jazz musicians like Bunk Johnson and George Lewis that he had made in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Bunk Johnson

  1. He usually filled in for such cornetists as Manuel Perez, Bunk Johnson, and Freddie Keppard, who at the time, were the reigning Kings of the cornet. (Web site)
  2. Both groups based their music on the classic 1920s but in particular the music of Bunk Johnson, George Lewis and other musicians playing in New Orleans. (Web site)
  3. One time we invited Bunk Johnson to play with the Silver Bell, and first thing you know, it was hard to keep Sidney with us. (Web site)

Categories

  1. George Lewis
  2. Own Bands
  3. Bunk
  4. Arts > Music > Musicians > Freddie Keppard
  5. Music > Jazz > Jazz Musicians > Sidney Bechet
  6. Books about "Bunk Johnson" in Amazon.com

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