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The Chips

The Potato chips had one record released from August 1956 to Apr 1980, “Silicone Biscuit,” an outrageous novelty song that didn’t crack the pop Top 40 but did well across the East Coastline. Raised within the Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn, the Potato chips produced in 1956; the associates had been …

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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 …

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Charlie Johnson

If Charlie Johnson’s lettering for the term “quicksand” was on the danger sign, many people may not be able to browse it and would find yourself mired down in the awful stuff, exactly like they utilized to in the so-called “zero man’s property” in the Oklahoma territories. Thankfully, Johnson just …

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Charlie Johnson

For music artists with exceedingly common titles, there may also be more info about who somebody isn’t than who they are. A whole music group could be worked well up from the pool of music artists called Charlie Johnson or Charles Johnson, but this trumpeter from the early days from …

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Charlie Johnson

There are most likely a large number of people named Charlie Johnson, or variations thereof, out buying saxophone reeds at any moment. The quantity who have put together recording credits over time is, thankfully, a little more limited, seeming to begin with in the ’20s with this reedman frequently from …

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Charlie Johnson

Discographer Tom Lord denies the lifetime of a jazz bassist with the name of Charlie Johnson, a fantastic statistic that truly doesn’t seem true in the end. At least one bassist with this name was energetic on the Dixieland picture, recording with performers like the trumpeter Muggsy Spanier. This Charlie …

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Charlie Johnson

The songwriting credits for “Plastic Biscuit” have a tendency to come in a different form nearly every time the novelty song has arrived on the compilation. With lyrics such as for example “…chick’n hon-a-chick-a-chick hole-a-hubba, hell-fried chuck-a-lucka wanna jubba…” it really is no question that a number of the makers …

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Charlie Johnson

Not to end up being confused with ragtime composer Charles L. Johnson, this early documenting musician was a guitarist who supported performers such as for example harmonica virtuoso Un Watson. Manufacturer and documenting engineer Ralph Peer was the person responsible for obtaining these characters before a mike; Johnson turns up …

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Charlie Johnson

A good pianist who seldom soloed, Charlie Johnson is of greatest significance for leading his Heaven Ten, an orchestra that had five excellent saving periods during 1925-1929, and played at Smalls’ Heaven during 1925-1935. One of the sidemen who show up on Johnson’s information are trumpeters Jabbo Smith, Thomas Morris, …

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