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Pacific Street Blues - Bunk Johnson - In San Francisco (CD, Album)

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  1. Pacific Street Blues, Council Bluffs, Iowa. 5, likes · 63 talking about this. Pacific St Blues and Americana is a radio program that can be heard via' FM broadcast, online or as an archival podcast.
  2. Personnel: Lee Collins [tp], Bob McCracken [cl], Bert Johnson [tb] Ralph Sutton, Don Ewell [pn], Dale Deacon Jones [sbs], Smokey Stover [dm] Songs: Fidgety Feet, Chinatown My Chinatown, Basin Street Blues, Big Butter & Egg Man, Royal Garden Blues, If I Could Be with You, The Bucket's Got A Hole In It, After You've Gone, Save It Pretty Mama, Original Dixie Jass Band One-step, St. James.
  3. Bunk Johnson’s Geary Theatre concert in San Francisco included musicians from Los Angeles players who were sympathetic to his goals. (L-R) Everett Walsh drm (Holding a picture of Lu Watters), Buster Wilson p, Ed Garland b, Bertha Gonsoulin p (Replaced Lil Hardin in King Oliver’s Band in ), Frank Pasley gt, Kid Ory tmb and Bunk Johnson tpt.
  4. Includes further recordings by Johnson's working band (July-August ; May ) and Johnson's brass band (May, ); also includes duets with pianist Bertha Gonsoulin recorded in San Francisco, May San Francisco, Bunk Johnson recorded for Good Time Jazz with the Yerba Buena Jazz Band in early
  5. Pacific Street Blues, Council Bluffs, Iowa. 5, likes · 77 talking about this. Pacific St Blues and Americana is a radio program that can be heard via' FM broadcast, online or as an archival podcast.
  6. Piano – Bertha Gonsoulin Trumpet – Bunk Johnson: Circa November S.F. Pacific Street Blues Banjo – Lawrence Marrero Clarinet – George Lewis (2) Drums – Edgar Moseley* Trombone – Jim Robinson (2) Trumpet – Bunk Johnson Tuba – Sidney Brown (3)
  7. Bunk Johnson, Category: Artist, Albums: Rare and Unissued Masters , Vol. 2, New Orleans Jazz, Rare and Unissued Masters: Vol 1 / , Pallet On the Floor, Franklin Street Blues, Top Tracks: Low Down Blues, Porto Rico, Ballin’ the Jack, Mama’s Gone Goodbye, Blue as I Can Be, Biography: Due to the difference of opinion between his followers (who claimed he was a brilliant.
  8. Also on this CD is an oddity, Bunk playing along (and fitting right in both stylistically and volume-wise) with George Lewis' record of "Pacific Street Blues." The program concludes with a hot ensemble, apiece, in two second versions of "Ain't Gonna Give Nobody None of My Jelly Roll," that find Bunk joining the wartime Yerba Buena Jazz arcycgiadotihardrimagoldtiphaaver.co: Bunk Johnson.

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