|45-1023||John Maddox* With Jo Templeton And Rhythmasters*||John Maddox* With Jo Templeton And Rhythmasters* - Memphis Blues (7", Single)||Dot Records||45-1023||US||1950|
|1023||John Maddox* With Jo Templeton And Rhythmasters*||John Maddox* With Jo Templeton And Rhythmasters* - Memphis Blues (Shellac, 10")||Dot Records||1023||US||1950|
Memphis Blues Single January 1951.
Memphis Blues Single October 1914. John Maddox with Jo Templeton and Rhythmasters.
For Dixieland Blues, bandleader and pianist Johnny Maddox determined to play Dixieland-style arrangements of obscure songs that he knew from the original sheet music, including some that had never been previously given a Dixieland treatment. Not all of these numbers, it must be said, are obscure: there are very few blues and jazz fans who haven't at least heard of . Handy's "St. Louis Blues," while the same composer's "Memphis Blues" was the first blues Handy ever wrote. At the head of an eight-piece band (which also included another piano player), Maddox.
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Johnny Maddox & the Rhythmasters.
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The Memphis Blues" is a song described by its composer, W. C. Handy, as a "southern rag". It was self-published by Handy in September 1912 and has been recorded by many artists over the years. Subtitled "Mr. Crump", "The Memphis Blues" is said to be based on a campaign song written by Handy for Edward Crump, a mayoral candidate in Memphis, Tennessee.