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Johnny Hodges And His Orchestra - Castle Rock download mp3 album
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Castle Rock (Remastered). Best Jazz Players (Remastered).

2. The Jeep Is Jumping. Johnny Hodges And His Orchestra. Castle Rock ‎(LP, Mono, RE). Verve Records.

Album · 2010 · 41 Songs. Castle Rock: A Gentle Breeze. 4. Castle Rock: Globe Trotter. 5. Castle Rock: Jeep's Blues. 6. Castle Rock: A Pound Of Blues. 7. Castle Rock: You Blew Out The Flame In My Heart. 8. Castle Rock: Something To Pat Your Foot To. 9. Castle Rock: Blue Fantasia. 10. Castle Rock: My Reward.

After 23 years with Duke Ellington's Orchestra, saxophonist Johnny Cornelius Hodges started his own band in March 1951.

Castle Rock: Best 2 songs. Johnny Hodges And His Orchestra - Rabbit's Blues (You Blew Out the Flame in My Heart) 03:34. Johnny Hodges And His Orchestra - Jeep's Blues 02:58. Johnny Hodges And His Orchestra: best 2 tracks. Johnny Hodges And His Orchestra - Sweepin' the Blues Away In a Tender Mood, 2011 03:22. Duke Ellington & His Orchestra, Johnny Hodges And His Orchestra - Thing's Ain't What They Used to Be (feat. Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra) Historical Jazz Recordings: 1940-1941, 2015 03:41. Artist: Johnny Hodges And His Orchestra.

Johnny Hodges surprised the jazz world by leaving Duke Ellington's band to go out on his own as a leader in 1951, and the early Castle Rock LP was one of his biggest successes, powered by the appeal of the very rhythmic blues title track (written by tenor saxophonist Al Sears, another Ellington veteran). Billy Strayhorn and trumpeter Emmett Berry are on hand on a few tracks.

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Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra. Castle Rock (1951–52).