This artist may be the only Eddie Johnson to create it into jazz critic John Chilton’s famed Encyclopedia of Swing, even throwing the complete thing out of alphabetical order because the letter “E” — as with Edward — must come before “G” — as with Gus — in the end. He is not really the best-known Eddie Johnson in jazz — that could need to be the tenor saxophonist from Chicago, although he didn’t strat to get popular until he was at least 70-years aged. At that time the Eddie Johnson under debate here had currently retired from his second profession in the music business. The initial was being a pianist and bandleader, the next as who owns a recording studio room in St. Louis. The last mentioned enterprise without doubt involved the most common boring regular of cuing up tapes, hearing people say the term “verify” and looking forward to these clients to place one in the email. Johnson held a piano trio energetic while working his studio, frequently staying place as a residence group for expanded periods. He discovered the device at age ten, thanks to a useful cousin, so that as an adolescent he was obtaining paid to carry forth on the keyboards while clients consumed unlawful hooch in St. Louis speakeasies. In the past due ’20s he started using Oliver Cobb & His Tempo Kings, a gig that was trim brief when the bandleader slipped useless in 1930. Out of this catastrophe Eddie Johnson’s Crackerjacks surfaced, the pianist overtaking the music group and doing quite nicely with it over another 2 decades. The group’s novelty tune, “The Duck’s Yas Yas,” was area of the exciting program on the compilation entitled Laughter In the Hip: 24 Jazz Humor Classics.