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Cap'N John Handy - Cap'n John Handy Album

  • Performer: Cap'N John Handy
  • Album: Cap'n John Handy
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  • Released: 1983
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  • Category: Jazz
Cap'N John Handy - Cap'n John Handy Album

Tracklist

You Can Depend On Me
Put On Your Old Grey Bonnet
Can't Escape From You
War Cloud
Smiles
On A Coconut Island
Ain't She Sweet (#1) Ain't She Sweet (#2)
Beer Barrel Polka
Stack-O-Lee
Any Time

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
GHB-166Cap'N John Handy Cap'n John Handy ‎(LP, Album)G.H.B.GHB-166US1983
GB-001Capt. John Handy Capt. John Handy ‎(LP)Beautiful Dumaine RecordsGB-001Unknown

Album

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Performer

Cap'n John Handy: American jazz alto saxophonist. Handy's style was rooted in New Orleans Jazz but also incorporated elements of R&B. Handy was born in Pass Christian, Mississippi. Sheik's Blues, While We Danced at the Mardi Gras, Pass the Ribs и другие песни. Cap'n John Handy: все альбомы, включая New Orleans and the Blues , Introducing Cap'n John Handy and His Wild Sax From Down Cap'n John Handy and His Wild Sax From Down Home - Cap'n John Handy. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Cap'n John Handy with the Claude Hopkins Band: While We Danced at the Mardi Gras, Pass the Ribs, Cabaret и другие песни. American jazz alto saxophonist. слушайте с пользой. Listen to music from Cap'tain John Handy like Hindustan 1968 and Hindustan. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Cap'tain John John Handy June 24, 1900 - January 12, 1971, was an American jazz alto saxophonist. He played clarinet in New Orleans bands from the 1920s, including in his own Louisiana Shakers. He switched to alto saxophone in 1928, and was little-known outside of Louisiana until the 1960s, when he began playing frequently with Kid Sheik Cola and the Preservation Hall Jazz. Associated Performer: Cap'n John Handy with the Claude Hopkins Band Composer, Lyricist: John Handy Producer: Brad McCuen Composer, Lyricist: Claude Hopkins. John Handy covered Dinah, Sleepy Time Gal, Body and Soul, Bill Bailey Won't You Please Come Home and other songs. John Handy originally did Bill Bailey Won't You Please Come Home, Mack the Knife, Someday Sweetheart, Who's Sorry Now and other songs. Covers by Capt. John Handy. Release date. Originally by