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Teddy Bunn (1929-1940)


Download links and information about Teddy Bunn (1929-1940) by Teddy Bunn. This album was released in 1994 and it belongs to Blues, Jazz, Acoustic genres. It contains 24 tracks with total duration of 01:13:29 minutes.

Artist: Teddy Bunn
Release date: 1994
Genre: Blues, Jazz, Acoustic
Tracks: 24
Duration: 01:13:29
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No. Title Length
1. The Chicken And The Worm 3:10
2. It's Sweet Like So 2:51
3. Pattin' Dat Cat 3:20
4. Tampa Twirl 3:09
5. Goose And Gander 3:00
6. The New Goose And Gander 3:03
7. Clean It Out 3:18
8. Blow It Up 3:08
9. Crooked World Blues 3:01
10. Swingin' For Mezz (Careless Love) (Take 2) 3:06
11. Royal Garden Blues (Take 2) 3:00
12. Everybody Loves My Baby (Take 2) 2:23
13. I Ain't Gonna Give Nobody None Of My Jelly Roll (Take 2) 2:53
14. If You See Me Comin' (Take 2) 2:57
15. Getting' Together (Take 1) 2:52
16. Brownskin Gal Is The Best Gal After All 2:44
17. Voo Doo Blues 2:47
18. King Porter Stomp 3:11
19. Bachelor Blues 3:03
20. Blues Without Words (Take A) 3:09
21. Blues Without Words (Take B) 3:38
22. Guitar In High 3:13
23. Doggin' That Thing 3:29
24. Yo Yo 3:04



Teddy Bunn was one of the finest acoustic jazz guitarists of the 1930s, although he had relatively few opportunities to be showcased on record. This CD (from the Austrian RST label) features Bunn on a series of hokum vocal duets with Spencer Williams (Clarence Profit or James P. Johnson provide the piano accompaniment); backing singers Buck Franklin, Fat Hayden, and Walter Pichon; jamming with clarinetist Mezz Mezzrow and trumpeter Tommy Ladnier (six alternate takes from the famous Panassie Sessions); and leading a session of his own. The latter (which is also included on a Mosaic box set) features Bunn on two memorable unaccompanied guitar solos and on three occasions (including an alternate take of "Blues Without Words") backing his own vocals. It is strange that Bunn recorded so rarely after 1940, for he lived until 1978. This is his definitive set.