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Johnny Dunn and his Band
The 1928 sessions called Johnny Dunn and his Band are interesting in that Dunn plays with three of the greats of 1920s Jazz piano, Jelly Roll Morton on the March 13th sessions, and James P. Johnson and Fats Waller on the March 26th sides.

discography

Title Recording Date Recording Location Company
Buffalo Blues
(Jelly Roll Morton)
3-13-1928 New York, New York Columbia
14306-D
Ham And Eggs
(Jelly Roll Morton)
3-13-1928 New York, New York Columbia
14358-D
Original Bugle Blues
(Robert Kelly)
3-26-1928 New York, New York Vocalion
1176
Sergeant Dunn’s Bugle Call Blues
(Johnny Dunn)
3-13-1928 New York, New York Columbia
14306-D
What’s The Use Of Being Alone
(Perry Bradford)
3-26-1928 New York, New York Vocalion
1176
You Need Some Loving
(Perry Bradford)
3-13-1928 New York, New York Columbia
14358-D

Johnny Dunn and his Band

Artist Instrument
Gavin Bushell Clarinet, Alto Saxophone
Johnny Dunn Cornet
Herb Flemming Trombone
James P. Johnson Piano
John Mitchell Banjo
Jelly Roll Morton Piano
Mort Perry Drums
Fats Waller Piano

 

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