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The Johnny Otis Show With Dee Williams & James Von Streeter - The Original Johnny Otis Show Volume II download mp3 album
Performer:
The Johnny Otis Show
Album:
The Original Johnny Otis Show Volume II
Style:
Jump Blues, Rhythm & Blues
Released:
1985
Country:
US
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1740 mb
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1115 mb
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1102 mb
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A2. –The Johnny Otis Show. I'm Not Falling In Love With You. Vocals – Dee Williams Written-By – J. Otis. A3. Vocals – The RobinsWritten-By – J. Otis, M. Delagarde. A4. Feel Like Crying Again. Vocals – Mel WalkerWritten-By – J. Otis, R. Darnell. A5. Faraway Christmas Blues. Vocals – Little Esther, Mel WalkerWritten-By – J. A6. Goin' To See My Baby. Vocals – Redd LyteWritten-By – F. Hillis, J. A7. –The Johnny Otis Show

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Johnny Alexander Otis (born Ioannis Alexandres Veliotes; December 28, 1921 – January 17, 2012) was an American singer, musician, composer, arranger, bandleader, talent scout, disc jockey, record producer, television show host, artist, author, journalist, minister, and impresario. He was a seminal influence on American R&B and rock and roll

Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). The release of this collection, which together with 'The Johnny Otis Story Vol 1' (CDCHD 1312) presents a concise overview of his entire career as a composer, musician, singer, producer, talent scout and songwriter. Disc: 1. 1. Johnny Otis Theme. 6. I'm With You. 7. The New Bo Diddley.

The second and final volume of the Ace label's overview of Johnny Otis recordings is an uneven but worthwhile look at the latter part of his career that, despite the wide time span, can be divided into two distinct phases. The first half of the 24-track compilation draws entirely from the late '50s and early '60s, at which time he'd achieved a degree of success as a rock star with the 1958 hit "Willie and the Hand Jive" (though that particular song is on the first volume of this series).

James Von Streeter - I'll Never Smile Again, The Square Dance Hop (Savoy 712). Nat Meeks, trumpet; Walter Henry, alto sax; James Von Streeter, tenor sax; Hampton Hawes, piano; Charlie Norris, guitar; Shifty Henry, bass; Al Wichard, drums; Herman Pattus, vocals. Los Angeles, CA, July 27, 1949. Preston Love, alto sax; Johnny Otis, vibes Hampton Hawes, piano; Gene Phillips, guitar, vocals; Billy Hadnott, bass; Leard Bell, drums. Los Angeles, CA, January 22, 1952.

Johnny Otis, now billed as the Godfather of Rhythm and Blues, was born in Vallejo, California, on Dec. 28, 1921, to Greek immigrant parents, Alexander and Irene Veliotes. By 1940, the big band jazz of Count Basie and Duke Ellington had inspired him to start learning drums, later progressing to piano and vibes. The package featured several Otis discoveries, including Big Mama Thornton, who was later to cut the original version of Leiber and Stoller's 'Hound Dog,' with Otis in accompaniment. While in Detroit in 1951, he discovered Jackie Wilson, Little Willie John and Hank Ballard. A few years later the legendary Johnny Ace joined the Otis package, and quickly became the star of the show.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 The Johnny Otis Show Midnight In The Barrelhouse
Written-By – Unknown Artist
3:00
A2 The Johnny Otis Show I'm Not Falling In Love With You
Vocals – Dee Williams*Written-By – J. Otis*
2:39
A3 The Johnny Otis Show I'm Through
Vocals – The RobinsWritten-By – J. Otis*, M. Delagarde*
2:50
A4 The Johnny Otis Show Feel Like Crying Again
Vocals – Mel WalkerWritten-By – J. Otis*, R. Darnell*
2:42
A5 The Johnny Otis Show Faraway Christmas Blues
Vocals – Little Esther, Mel WalkerWritten-By – J. Otis*
3:18
A6 The Johnny Otis Show Goin' To See My Baby
Vocals – Redd LyteWritten-By – F. Hillis*, J. Otis*
2:36
A7 The Johnny Otis Show It Can Never Happen Again
Vocals – Mel WalkerWritten-By – J. Otis*, R. Darnell*
2:32
A8 Dee Williams & The California Playboys Dee's Boogie
Written-By – D. Williams*
2:42
B1 The Johnny Otis Show Mambo Boogie
Written-By – J. Otis*
2:45
B2 The Johnny Otis Show Lonely Blues
Vocals – Mel WalkerWritten-By – J. Otis*, M. Walker*
2:43
B3 The Johnny Otis Show Ain't Nothin' Shakin'
Vocals – Redd LyteWritten-By – Unknown Artist
2:25
B4 James Von Streeter I'll Never Smile Again
Written-By – Unknown Artist
3:00
B5 The Johnny Otis Show Doggin' Blues
Vocals – Linda HopkinsWritten-By – M. Hopkins*, J. Otis*
2:54
B6 The Johnny Otis Show Help Me Blues
Vocals – Mel WalkerWritten-By – D. Williams*, J. Otis*
2:50
B7 The Johnny Otis Show Just Another Flame
Vocals – Mel WalkerWritten-By – J. Otis*
2:44
B8 Dee Williams & The California Playboys Double Trouble Hop
Written-By – D. Williams*, G. Bledsoe*, J. Anderson*
2:44
C1 Dee Williams & The California Playboys Blow Gene Blow
Written-By – D. Williams*, G. Bledsoe*, J. Anderson*
2:37
C2 The Johnny Otis Show Heartache Here I Come
Vocals – Mel WalkerWritten-By – D. Love*, J. Otis*
2:36
C3 The Johnny Otis Show Warnin' Blues
Vocals – Linda HopkinsWritten-By – H. Hopkins*, J. Otis*
2:48
C4 The Johnny Otis Show Gonna Take A Train
Vocals – Redd LyteWritten-By – J. Otis*
2:52
C5 The Johnny Otis Show Walk My Blues Away
Vocals – Mel WalkerWritten-By – Unknown Artist
2:56
C6 The Johnny Otis Show Freight Train Boogie
Written-By – J. Otis*, M. Delagarde*
2:46
C7 The Johnny Otis Show I'll Ask My Heart
Vocals – Linda HopkinsWritten-By – J. Otis*
3:06
C8 James Von Streeter Slow Blues
Written-By – Unknown Artist
3:00
D1 Dee Williams & The California Playboys Bongo Blues
Written-By – D. Williams*, H. Anderson*, R. Bass*
2:32
D2 The Johnny Otis Show Turn The Lights Down Low
Vocals – Mel WalkerWritten-By – D. Love*, J. Otis*
3:02
D3 The Johnny Otis Show It Ain't The Beauty
Vocals – George WashingtonWritten-By – J. Otis*
2:47
D4 The Johnny Otis Show Strange Woman
Vocals – Mel WalkerWritten-By – J. Otis*, M. Walker*
2:50
D5 The Johnny Otis Show Good Time Blues
Vocals – Redd LyteWritten-By – F. Hillis*, J. Otis*
2:50
D6 The Johnny Otis Show Hold Me Close
Vocals – The BarreleersWritten-By – J. Otis*
2:38
D7 The Johnny Otis Show Fool's Gold
Vocals – Mel WalkerWritten-By – J. Otis*, R. Darnell*
2:43
D8 The Johnny Otis Show Living And Loving You
Vocals – Linda HopkinsWritten-By – C. Toney*, J. Otis*
2:57

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – RCA/Ariola-Ariola/RCA
  • Licensed From – SJ Records
  • Copyright (c) – SJ Records, Inc.
  • Marketed By – RCA Records
  • Published By – Screen Gems-EMI Music Inc.
  • Pressed By – Sonopress – B-3883

Credits

  • Alto Saxophone – Walter Henry (tracks: A1 to A7, B1 to B7, C2 to C8, D2 to D8)
  • Baritone Saxophone – Richard Brom (tracks: A8, B8, C1, D1)
  • Bass – Shifty Henry* (tracks: B4, C8), Mario Delagarde (tracks: A1 to A7, B1 to B3, B5 to B7, C2 to C7, D2 to D8), Morris Edwards (tracks: A8, B8, C1, D1)
  • Design [Album Design], Typography – Glenn Graphics
  • Drums – Al Wichard (tracks: B4, C8), Leard Bell (tracks: A1 to A7, B1 to B3, B5 to B7, C2 to C7, D2 to D8), Roy Porter (tracks: A8, B8, C1, D1)
  • Engineer [Dubbing & Assembly] – Malcolm Addey
  • Executive-Producer – Steve Backer
  • Guitar – Charles Norris* (tracks: A8, B4, B8, C1, C8, D1), Pete Lewis* (tracks: A1 to A7, B1 to B3, B5 to B7, C2 to C7, D2 to D8)
  • Liner Notes – Pete Welding
  • Piano – Devonia Williams* (tracks: A1 B3, B5 to C7, D1 to D8), Hampton Hawes (tracks: B4, C8)
  • Producer – Johnny Otis, Lee Magid (tracks: A5, B6, C5, D3, ), Ralph Bass (tracks: A1 to A4, A6 to B5, B7 to C4, C6 to D2, D4 to D8)
  • Reissue Producer – Bob Porter
  • Tenor Saxophone – Gene Montgomery (tracks: A8, B8, C1, D1), James Von Streeter (tracks: B4, C8), Lorenzo Holden (tracks: A1 to A7, B1 to B3, B5 to B7, C2 to C7, D2 to D8)
  • Transferred By, Mastered By – Rudy Van Gelder
  • Trombone – George Washington (tracks: A1 to A7, B1 to B3, B5 to B7, C2 to C7, D2 to D8)
  • Trumpet – Don Johnson (tracks: A1 to A7, B1 to B3, B5 to B7, C2 to C7, D2 to D8), John Anderson (tracks: A8, B8, C1, D1), Nat Meeks* (tracks: B4, C8)
  • Vibraphone [Vibes], Drums – Johnny Otis (tracks: A1 to A7, B1 to B3, B5 to B7, C2 to C7, D2 to D8)

Notes

Gatefold Sleeve

Recording locations and dates:
A1, A2: Los Angeles, Dec 1 1949
A3: Los Angeles, Feb 13 1950
A4, A7, C2, C4, D2, D6, D7: Los Angeles, Jan 5 1951
A5: New York, Aug 12 1950
A6: Los Angeles, Dec 23 1949
A8, B8, C1, D1: Los Angeles, Feb 18 1949
B1, B7, C7: Los Angeles, Jan 10 1951
B2, C6, D4, D5: Chicago, Jun 20 1950
B3: Los Angeles, Nov 10 1949
B4, C8: Los Angeles, Jul 27 1949
B5, C3, D8: Los Angeles, Jan 9, 1951
B6, C5, D3: New York, Mar 19 1951

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0035627081019
  • Label Code: LC 0337
  • Rights Society (Boxed): BIEM GEMA
  • Price Code (D): DP
  • Price Code (F): RC 222
  • Price Code (UK): 2xYY
  • Pressing Plant ID (Embossed on side B label): [Bass Clef]
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout stamped): DM B-3883 A-1/85 M PU
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout stamped): D M B-3883 B-1/85 M PU
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C runout stamped): DM B-3883 C-1/85 M PU
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D runout stamped): DM B-3883 D-1/85 M PU

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SJL 2252 The Johnny Otis Show With Dee Williams* & James Von Streeter The Johnny Otis Show With Dee Williams* & James Von Streeter - The Original Johnny Otis Show Volume II ‎(2xLP, Comp) Savoy Records SJL 2252 US 1980