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James P. Johnson
"Mr. Johnson at the Keys"
This piano solo was recorded in New York City on January 29th 1929 with James P Johnson at the keys.
*"Riffs" was composed by James Price Johnson.
James P. Johnson made important contributions to the development of jazz as a pioneer of stride piano.
Like Jelly Roll Morton his early career bridged the transition in popularity from ragtime to jazz.
A productive composer, among his most famous works are his collaborations with Cecil Mack including "The Charleston" and "Old Fashioned Love." Both songs debuted in the 1923 Broadway musical "Runnin' Wild".
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