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Buster Wilson - Buster Wilson 1947-1949 album download
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Buster Wilson - Buster Wilson 1947-1949 album download

Performer:
Buster Wilson
Album:
Buster Wilson 1947-1949
Style:
New Orleans Jazz,Jazz Instrument
Released:
June 7, 1947 - October, 1949
Genre:
MP3 archive size:
1900 mb
FLAC archive size:
1135 mb
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FLAC MP3 WAV VOX DTS AU
Rating:
4.5
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924

Buster Wilson is best known as the pianist with Kid Ory 's band during the mid- to late '40s, although he was also a part of the Los Angeles music scene in the 1920s.

Buster Wilson is best known as the pianist with Kid Ory's band during the mid- to late '40s, although he was also a part of the Los Angeles music scene in the 1920s

Albert Wesley "Buster" Wilson (1897 - October 23, 1949) was an American jazz pianist. Buster Wilson was born in Atlanta but grew up in Los Angeles. He was the replacement for Lil Hardin in King Oliver's band in 1921 during its engagement at the Wayside Park. In 1922 he played with Dink Johnson's Five Hounds of Jazz, then with the Charlie Lawrence-led Sunnyland Jazz Orchestra from 1923 to 1926.

Buster Wilson: American jazz pianist. Snag It, Oh Didn't He Ramble, Ace in the Hole (1909) и другие песни. Вся дискография, Радио, Концерты, рекомендации и похожие исполнители. Best of Buster Wilson. мы улучшили вашПлейлист дня и другие умные плейлисты. Пользовательское соглашение.

Buster Wilson was born in Atlanta but grew up in Los Angeles. Record label American Music released a collection of his recordings from 1947-49 in 1996.

Buster Wilson was born in Atlanta but grew up in Los Angeles. Following this he played with Mutt Carey (1927), Jimmie Noone, Curtis Mosby, Paul Howard, Lionel Hampton (1935), and Les Hite. He played with Jelly Roll Morton in 1941 for rehearsals. Wilson played with Kid Ory's Creole Jazz Band until 1948. Failing health led him to quit Ory's group, and he died of pneumonia in 1949.