Candy Johnson & His Peppermint Sticks Featuring Ted & Milt Buckner, Dave Wilborn - Candy Johnson & His Peppermint Sticks Featuring Ted & Milt Buckner, Dave Wilborn album flac
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|A3||Nancy With The Laughing Face|
|A5||I Want A Little Girl|
|B1||On The Sunny Side Of The Street|
|B2||Am I Blue?|
|B3||Hamp's Boogie Woogie|
|B5||One O'Clock Jump|
NotesRecorded live November 10th, 1974 Bowling Green State University, Ohio
Опубликовано: 27 июн. 2008 г. Milt Buckner - The Beast Song. David Lynch: Music from His Movies. Авторы текста и музыки.
Club Valley Ballroom. Featured Artist(s): Floyd "Candy" Johnson.
Ted & Milt Buckner. Item Number JRM01623-VL. TITLE Candy Johnson & His Peppermint Sticks.
THE RECORDED WORKS OF MILT BUCKNER (without his participation in Lionel Hampton's bands). Part III: 1974 - 1977. compiled by ARMIN BÜTTNER. with the late Kees Bakker, the late Otto Flückiger and Arild Widerøe. Revised August 19, 2012. Thanks to: Jean-Pierre Berthet, Michael Cuscuna, Yvan Fournier, Dieter Hartmann, Hubi Horst, Jørgen Jepsen, Jörg Koran, Georges Mathys, Kurt Mohr, Dan Morgenstern, John Norris, Ted O'Reilly, Michel Ruppli, Mario Schneeberger. Revision note: The caption under a photo of Milt Buckner relaxing has become more detailed. Ted Buckner (as-1), Candy Johnson (ts-2), Milt Buckner (org-3, p-4), Karen Wilcox (org-5), Leonard White (b), Al Johnson (dr), Dave Wilborn (voc-6), Members of BGSU Jazz Lab Band (16 pieces including four tp, four tb and five saxes)-7. Bowling Green State University, Ohio, November 10, 1974. Little Darlin'-2, 5, 7.
Floyd "Candy" Johnson.
Milt Buckner's Hammond organ sound is quite different than others who followed in his footsteps. If you are unfamiliar with Buckner's style, surprises abound, especially considering how his Hammond sound would preclude the more legato Wurlitzer or Farfisa sonic palate that was too slow for jazz improvisation in the '60s.
York Peppermint Pattie is an American dark chocolate enrobed peppermint confection introduced in 1940 and currently produced by The Hershey Company. The confectionery features strongly contrasting flavors, with a particularly bitter dark chocolate surrounding a sugary center with a strong peppermint flavor. If the candy didn't break clean in the middle, it was a second. The York Peppermint Pattie was first produced in York, Pennsylvania by Henry Kessler at his York Cone Company in 1940 and sold in the Northeastern United States, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, and Florida. In 1972, the York Cone Company was acquired by Peter Paul, who then launched the confectionery nationally in 1975. During the 1970s, Peter Paul launched a memorable advertising campaign for the candy with the tagline "Get the Sensation" which continues to be used into the present day.
Milt and his younger brother were sent to Detroit where they were adopted by members of the Earl Walton band: trombonist John Tobias, drummer George Robinson (Milt) and reedplayer Fred Kewley (Ted) Buckner first played in Detroit with the McKinney Cotton Pickers and then with Cab Calloway. In 1941 he joined Lionel Hampton's big band, and for the next seven years served as its pianist and.