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Somebody Else Is Taking My Place - Johnny Maddox (2) - The Thirties In Ragtime (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Zurr says:
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  2. Bralkree says:
    Johnny Maddox. likes · 1 talking about this. Johnny Maddox is one of the most well-known ragtime pianists of all time. His record sales totaled over eleven million, he earned nine gold singles.
  3. Mikagore says:
    Johnny B Maddox was born on month day , at birth place, to Isaiah Alfred Maddox and Stella Irene Maddox (born Harrison). Isaiah was born on October 12 , in Elba, Coffee, Alabama USA. Stella was born on December 8 , in Elba, Coffee, Alabama.
  4. Fekora says:
    i have hundreds of promo, demo, jukebox, audition rare records are very rare as well; many of my records are first pressings or promo/demo/not for sale samples. S VG+ RARE Johnny Maddox (2) Heart and Soul DIXIELAND BAND 45 | eBay.
  5. Akinoramar says:
    Johnny Maddox: Alexander's Ragtime Band: I. Berlin: Johnny Maddox: Dipsy Doodle: Somebody Else Is Taking My Place Al Lombardy: Tuxedo Junction Al Lombardy: garage sales, record auctions (both mail and internet), and anyplace else that may have 78rpm discs for sale. Last Updated on September 27,
  6. Mushura says:
    Mar 29,  · The late, legendary ragtime pianist Johnny Maddox () made this VHS tape in , which gives us an all-too-short glimpse of Johnny at the keys. I .
  7. Mazulmaran says:
    World-renowned ragtime pianist Johnny Maddox reminisced recently as he relaxed in the music room of his Gallatin home, built in His music room has floor-to-ceiling book shelves and a sofa and a few needlepoint chairs, and there are several antique prints of couples demonstrating the cakewalk, a dance step popular in the late nineteenth century, over the fireplace mantle.
  8. Tojazilkree says:
    American ragtime pianist and collector of ragtime memorabilia, born August 4, in Gallatin, Tennessee; died 27 November For Dixieland Blues, bandleader and pianist Johnny Maddox determined to play Dixieland-style arrangements of obscure songs that he knew from the original sheet music, including some that had never been previously given a Dixieland treatment.

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