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Charlie Johnson

Among the earliest recordings available of jazz drumming — that’s, percussion that swings having a syncopated defeat — featured this Charlie Johnson, never to end up being confused with a great many other music artists from the same name. The drummer was an associate from the Versatile Four, an American vaudeville group whose 1916 documenting of “Down House Rag” was cut in London, Britain.

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