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Shelby Johnson

  1. Dallas, Texas
  2. Jazz
  1. collection 13
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  1. Spreadin' Rhythm Around
    by Jonathan Stout and his Campus Five
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    Mill House Stomp Mill House Stomp
    This album is full of songs with sick riffs. They're either played by the entire band or in the background while the soloist is going to town or the soloist themselves creates a sick riff that they play with. I'm a sucker for sick riffs.
  2. Candy Jacket Jazz Band
    by Candy Jacket Jazz Band
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    Don't Trip! Don't Trip!
    Don't Trip reminds me of an Ellington tune I heard in my 6th grade music appreciation class that covered swing music for about a week. I remember being enamored by the horns use of plungers during one performance and I've been hooked on Swing ever since.
  3. Baur's Sessions vol. I
    by Joe Smith and The Spicy Pickles
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    You Already Know What it Is You Already Know What it Is
  4. The Fed Hop :: Extras
    by Jonathan Doyle Quintet
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    Honey Jar Honey Jar
  5. Battle Axe
    by Mint Julep Jazz Band
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    You Can't Live In Harlem You Can't Live In Harlem
  6. Rocky Mountain High
    by Joe Smith and The Spicy Pickles
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    If You'se a Viper If You'se a Viper
  7. Royal Garden Blues
    by Joe Smith and The Spicy Pickles
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  8. High-Fidelity
    by Joe Smith and The Spicy Pickles
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    Obviously Obviously
  9. Extra Spicy
    by Joe Smith and The Spicy Pickles
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    Topsy Topsy
  10. Covers From Another Mother
    by Falty & the Defects
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    When I Get Low I Get High When I Get Low I Get High
    Very slick covers of some popular standards that we all enjoy regardless of how many times we hear them. Plus, I'm a sucker for Rhythmic guitar.
  11. Naomi & Her Handsome Devils
    by Naomi & Her Handsome Devils
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    Wham (Re-Bop-Boom-Bam) Wham (Re-Bop-Boom-Bam)
    Such a smooth and sultry sound from the instruments that just makes you fade away into whatever you're doing. Naomi voice is absolute silk and I highly recommend this album.
  12. The Fed Hop
    by Jonathan Doyle Quintet
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    Hal Yeah! Hal Yeah!
    I enjoy the album though a lot of the music is up tempo. It's played in such a smooth relaxed manner that makes dancing to it easy but soloist add in the tasty bits of power and grace. Also, I'm a sucker for a driving Rhythmic guitar
  13. Livin' In A Great Big Way!
    by Smoking Time Jazz Club
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