Not to end up being confused with Philly Joe Jones, guitarist Ivan Joseph “Boogaloo Joe” Jones recorded many albums within a soul-jazz vein for Prestige in the later ’60s and early ’70s. Furthermore to leading his very own group for documenting reasons, Jones also used Wild Costs Davis, Houston Person, and Willis Jackson. His very own schedules are solid, if unexceptional groove jazz, departing a lot of space for the saxes and body organ, in addition to his very own bop/R&B hybrid design. Rusty Bryant, Charles Earland, and ace spirit and jazz program drummer Bernard Purdie are one of the sidemen also highlighted on Boogaloo’s albums.
|1||Former personal assistant, arranger and pianist for B.B. King.|
|Mission: Impossible II||2000||"Iko-Iko"|
|Andre||1994||performer: "You Talk Too Much" / writer: "You Talk Too Much"|
|K-9||1989||writer: "IKO IKO" - as Jones|
|Rain Man||1988||writer: "Iko Iko" 1965|
|Satisfaction||1988||writer: "Iko, Iko"|
|The Big Easy||1986||writer: "IKO IKO"|
|Hollywood a Go Go||1965||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|New American Bandstand 1965||1960||TV Series||Himself|
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