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THE JOHNNY NOCTURNE BAND
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GOOD TO THE DAMN BONE
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BLUE BUCKET RECORDS
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2005
swing, jazz, blues, rhythm & blues: This Johnny Nocturne CD is unique in that it features all three vocalist that have worked with the band over the years. All the tracks are previously unreleased. Brenda Boykin performs a beautiful rendition of "When Did You Leave Heaven," Kim Nalley is her usual sassy self with "That Cat's Evil," and Ms. Dee comes on with a bluesy take on "You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You." Firmin and the band continue with the unique mix of jump blues, small band swing, soul and jazz. "Good to the Damn Bone," is the first tenor sax, B-3 instrumental feature by the band. Firmin and Henry Salvia swing through this classic Willis Jackson blues head. This CD is a good introduction to this band if you haven't heard them yet. And a must addition to any previous Nocturne CDs. The Johnny Nocturne Band on these recordings is John Firmin / Johnny Nocturne: tenor sax and leaser; Henry Salvia: piano and organ; Alex Baum: bass; Anthony Paule: guitar; Keny Bryson and Terry Baker: drums; Marty Wehner and Derek James: trombone; Rob Sudduth, Marlo Green and Danny Bittker: baritone sax; Pete Sembler and Bill Ortiz: trumpet; band and Kurt Pasch: background shouts. Produced by John Firmin with Alex Baum and David Luke. Graphics by Mitsuko Baum.

THE JOHNNY NOCTURNE BAND
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SHAKE 'EM UP
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BULLSEYE BLUES
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1994
swing, jazz, blues, rhythm & blues: With Brenda Boykin. Saxman John Firmin (from David Bromberg, Charles Brown, Mitch Woods, Rhythmtown-Jive) heads this ace "little big band" speciaizing in 40s & 50s style R & B, jump-blues and pre-bop jazz. With Anthony Paule, Danny Bittker, Marty Wehner, Dan Buegeleisen, Alex Baum, Henry Salvia, Terry Baker and Glen Appell. 2nd release.


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