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Johnny Maddox | Red Hot Ragtime Volume 2

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Red Hot Ragtime Volume 2

by Johnny Maddox

THE KING OF RAGTIME, JOHNNY MADDOX IS BACK. Johnny Maddox, who recorded the million selling hit, The Crazy Otto Medley, is back with his first ever CDs, RED HOT RAGTIME VOLUMES 1 & 2.
Genre: Jazz: Ragtime
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1. Dixie Medley
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2. When The Saints Go Marching In
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3. Alley Cat
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4. In The Mood
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5. Glad Rag Doll
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6. Ballin' The Jack
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7. If You Knew Susie Like I Knew Susie
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8. Red Rose Rag
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9. Five Foot Two
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10. Basin Street Blues
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11. Melody in the F Rag
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12. The Third Man Them
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13. Humoresque
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14. Whistling Rufus
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15. Some Of These Days
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16. Bye Bye Blackbird
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Johnny Maddox is one of America's leading ragtime pianists. He began his recording career in 1950 in Nashville when his longtime friend Randy Woods began the world famous Dot records. Johnny was the first artist ever recorded on Dot Records. This first record had "Crazy Bone Rag" on one side and "St. Louis Tickle" on the other. In 5 weeks it sold over 22,000 copies. Dot went on to later handle the Mills Brothers, Bill Vaughn, Pat Boone, Liberace and Eddie Peabody, just to name a few. Dot was later sold to MCA where Johnny continued to record until the seventies.

Johnny has sold over 11,000,000 records (50 albums and 87 singles) on the Dot and MCA labels. He has 9 gold records and his own star on Hollywood Boulevard.

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