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Johnson: My Destination Is Love - . The difference lies in both Johnson's captivating delivery and also the production and arrangement input of Leake, whose style is less clothes-pinned than Levine's primary subsequent collaborator, Fiachra Trench. But that weakness will remain until a superior . Johnson collection comes along.
This is a discography of the Jazz trombonist J. J. Johnson (January 22, 1924 – February 4, 2001). 1949: J. Johnson's Jazz Quintets (Savoy) – LP release of J. Johnson Savoy singles and EPs from 1946~49. 1949: Modern Jazz Trombones (Prestige) – B-side of 10 inch album, released 1951. Kai Winding on A-side. Johnson with Sonny Stitt (Prestige) – also issued as part of 1951's, 10 inch Modern Jazz Trombones Volume Two. Also reissued in 1957 as part of Sonny Stitt/Bud Powell/J.
Label: AVI Records – AVI-6064 Type: Vinyl, LP, Album, Test Pressing Country: US Date of released: 1979 Category: Funk, Soul Style: Soul, Disco.
Enoch Lewis "Nucky" Johnson (January 20, 1883 – December 9, 1968) was an Atlantic City, New Jersey political boss, Sheriff of Atlantic County, New Jersey, businessman, and racketeer. He was the undisputed "boss" of the political machine that controlled Atlantic City and the Atlantic County government from the 1910s until his conviction and imprisonment in 1941. His rule encompassed the Roaring Twenties when Atlantic City was at the height of its popularity as a refuge from Prohibition
Johnson toured with the territory bands of Clarence Love and Snookum Russell during 1941-1942, and then spent 1942-1945 with Benny Carter's big band. He made his recording debut with Carter (taking a solo on "Love for Sale" in 1943), and played at the first JATP concert (1944). Johnson also had plenty of solo space during his stay with Count Basie's Orchestra (1945-1946). After Johnson and Winding went their separate ways (they would later have a few reunions), Johnson led a quintet that often included Bobby Jaspar. He began to compose ambitious works, starting with 1956's "Poem for Brass," and including "El Camino Real" and a feature for Dizzy Gillespie, "Perceptions"; his "Lament" became a standard. Johnson worked with Miles Davis during part of 1961-1962, led some more small groups of his own, and by the late '60s was kept busy writing television and film scores.
|A1||My Destination Is Love||8:21|
|A2||Gambling On Your Love||5:04|
|A3||Your Magic Put A Spell On Me||7:33|
|B1||24 Hours A Day||5:48|
|B2||You Keep My Temperature Rising||5:58|
|B3||Staring In Space||4:32|
|B4||Things Will Work Out In The End||3:56|
|AVI 6064||L.J. Johnson||L.J.'s Love Suite (LP, Album)||AVI Records||AVI 6064||US||1979|
|AVI 6064||L.J. Johnson||L.J.'s Love Suite (LP, Album, Lab)||AVI Records||AVI 6064||US||1979|
|AV. 8567||L.J. Johnson||L.J.'s Love Suite (LP, Album)||AVI Records||AV. 8567||France||1979|
|AVI 6064||L.J. Johnson||L.J.'s Love Suite (LP, Album)||AVI Records||AVI 6064||Canada||1979|
|AVI-6064||L.J. Johnson||L.J.'s Love Suite (LP, Album, TP)||AVI Records||AVI-6064||US||1979|