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by Austin M. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780875971025. Release Date:January 1977.
Willie Geary "Bunk" Johnson. the New Iberia years. by Austin M. Published 1977 by Crescendo Pub. in New York. Biography, Jazz musicians. Bunk Johnson (1879-1949). There's no description for this book yet.
Download book Willie Geary. Personal Name: Sonnier, Austin M. Publication, Distribution, et. New York. Crescendo Pu. (c)1977. Physical Description: 81 . leaves of plates ;, ill. ;, 23 cm. Bibliography, etc. Note: Discography: p. 27-37.
Willie ‘Bunk’ Johnson was one of the most controversial, and divisive, musicians in jazz history. Even today, few are lukewarm on the subject of Bunk’s musical ability, his biographical details and his personality. All agree, however, that he was the central figure of the New Orleans Revival of the 1940s.
Alternative Titles: William Geary Johnson, Willie Johnson
Alternative Titles: William Geary Johnson, Willie Johnson. Bunk Johnson, byname of William Geary Johnson, also called Willie Johnson, (born Dec. 27, 1889, New Orleans, L. . died July 7, 1949, New Iberia, L., black American jazz trumpeter, one of the first musicians to play jazz and a principal figure of the 1940s traditional jazz revival. During the Great Depression he taught music and worked as a labourer in New Iberia, La. Discovered there by Armstrong, who directed jazz scholars to him, he resumed playing in the early 1940s and made his first recordings in 1942.
Bunk Johnson – New Iberia Blues. Bunk Johnson and His New Orleans Jazz Band – When I Leave the World Behind. Bunk Johnson & His New Orleans Band – When The Saints Go Marching In. 3:14. Bunk Johnson And His New Orleans Band – Franklin Street Blues. Bunk Johnson And His New Orleans Band – Alexander's Ragtime Band.
Bunk Johnson confused Jazz historians for years by lying about almost . Willie Geary "Bunk" Johnson by Austin M. Sonnier, J. Cresendo Publishing, 1977.
Bunk Johnson confused Jazz historians for years by lying about almost everything, but nevertheless he was an early Jazz pioneer who apparently played in bands led by Buddy Bolden. He definitely played in Frankie Dusen's Eagle Band, The Superior Orchestra and with Clarence Williams. They managed to track Bunk down in New Iberia, Louisiana where he was living, and interviewed him for the book. Bunk lied about a great many things, including his birth date, so that it would look like he had been one of the first Jazz musicians.
Willie Gary "Bunk" Johnson (December 27, 1879 – July 7, 1949) was a prominent jazz trumpeter in New Orleans. Johnson gave the year of his birth as 1879, although there is speculation that he may have been younger by as much as a decade
Willie Gary "Bunk" Johnson (December 27, 1879 – July 7, 1949) was a prominent jazz trumpeter in New Orleans. Johnson gave the year of his birth as 1879, although there is speculation that he may have been younger by as much as a decade. Johnson received lessons from Adam Olivier and began playing professionally in Olivier's orchestra. Johnson probably played a few adolescent jobs with Buddy Bolden, but was not a regular member of Bolden's Band (contrary to Johnson's claim)