Johnny Maddox | Live! at the Red Slipper Lounge

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Live! at the Red Slipper Lounge

by Johnny Maddox

Johnny\'s first live album, recorded June 22. 1965 in Denver Colorado
Genre: Jazz: Piano Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Johnny's Intro: Welcome To The Red Slipper Room (Live)
0:34 album only
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2. Speakeasy, Charleston, Prohibition Medley (Live)
29:31 album only
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3. Johnny's Intro: Frankie And Johnny / St. James Infirmary (Live)
0:56 album only
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4. Frankie And Johnny / St. James Infirmary (Live)
4:59 album only
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5. Johnny's Intro: George M. Cohan Medley (Live)
0:25 album only
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6. George M. Cohan Medley (Live)
5:09 album only
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7. Johnny's Intro: The Third Man Theme (Live)
0:18 album only
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8. The Third Man Theme (Live)
2:30 album only
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9. Pine Top's Boogie Woogie (Live)
2:56 album only
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10. Johnny's Intro: Three O'clock In the Morning (Live)
0:50 album only
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11. Three O'clock In The Morning (Live)
2:56 album only
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12. Down Yonder / Waiting For The Robert E. Lee (Live)
2:46 album only

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Album Notes
Johnny\'s first ever live album!

From 1959-1976 Johnny Maddox delighted audiences at The Red Slipper Lounge inside The Cherry Creek Inn, Denver, Colorado. One night in 1965, his show was captured on tape by Ron Ruhoff.

It\'s the next best thing to being there.

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