At The Savoy Ballroom - Buddy Johnson And His Walkin' Rhythm Orchestra - Pianist Buddy Johnson led a large jump blues band that enjoyed tremendous success during the 1940s and '50s. The suave bandleader spotlighted a series of talented singers, including balladeers Arthur Prysock, Nolan Lewis, and Floyd Ryland, but it was his sister Ella's understated delivery (beautifully spotlighted on the sumptuous ballad 'Since I Fell for You') and Buddy's crisply danceable 'Walk-Em Rhythm' that made the aggregation so successful for so long.
At The Savoy Ballroom - Buddy Johnson And His Walkin' Rhythm Orchestra - Pianist Buddy Johnson led a large jump blues band that enjoyed tremendous success during the 1940s and '50s. The suave bandleader spotlighted a series of talented singers, including balladeers Arthur Prysock, Nolan Lewis, and Floyd Ryland, but it was his sister Ella's understated delivery (beautifully spotlighted on the sumptuous ballad 'Since I Fell for You') and Buddy's crisply danceable 'Walk-Em Rhythm' that made the aggregation so successful for so long.
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At The Savoy Ballroom 1945 [180 Gram]
Artist: Buddy Johnson & His Walkin Rhythm Orchestra
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Walk 'Em
2. Night Shift
3. Waiting for the Train to Come in (Voc Ej)
4. One of Them Good Ones (One for a Nickel)
5. Traffic Jam
6. If You Never Return
7. Walk 'Em
8. Opus No 2
9. On the Other Side of the Rainbow (Voc: Ap) 1
10. Since You've Been Gone (Voc: Ej) 1
11. St Louis Blues 1
12. Since I Fell for You (Voc: Ej) 1
13. Exactly Like You 1
14. I Can't Get You Out of My Mind (Voc: Ap) 1
15. Jodi 1
16. Walk 'Em 1
17. I Want to Be Happy 1
18. Medley: Gee It's Good to Hold You (Voc Ap)/The Last Time I Saw You (Voc Ap) 1
19. Dearest Darling (Voc: Ej) 2
20. Night Shift 2
21. Tell Me That You're Mine (Voc: Ap) 2
22. In There 2
23. If You Never Return 2
24. Gee It's Good to Hold You (Voc: Ap) 2
25. One O'Clock Boogie

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At The Savoy Ballroom - Buddy Johnson And His Walkin' Rhythm Orchestra - Pianist Buddy Johnson led a large jump blues band that enjoyed tremendous success during the 1940s and '50s. The suave bandleader spotlighted a series of talented singers, including balladeers Arthur Prysock, Nolan Lewis, and Floyd Ryland, but it was his sister Ella's understated delivery (beautifully spotlighted on the sumptuous ballad 'Since I Fell for You') and Buddy's crisply danceable 'Walk-Em Rhythm' that made the aggregation so successful for so long.