Theron E. "Buster" Johnson
Дискография Buster Johnson:
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American jazz musician (June 27, 1885 in Zanesville, Ohio — May 3, 1960 in Roseville, California). Johnson's career before 1917 is little known. He formed the Frisco Jass Band with violinist/dancer Marco Woolf, saxophonist [a=Rudy Wiedoeft], pianist [a=Arnold Johnson] and a banjo and a drummer. Johnson left New York for California, and played in a quintet including [a=Henry Busse] (trumpet) and [a=Gus Mueller] (clarinet). The trio composed "Wang Wang Blues" sometime in the period of 1918-1919. He played briefly in Paul Whiteman's Orchestra from 1918-1920. He performed until roughly 1945.