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Johnny Meijer

1999

Meijer, Johnny: Information on the Catawiki site about Johnny Meijer , 1999.
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Catawiki number: 223511
Category: Vinyl records and CDs
Title: Johnny Meijer
Main artist / band: Meijer, Johnny
Medium: CD - 1CDIcon-information
Label: Dureco
Release number: 11 64922
Collection / set: Regenboogserie [Dureco]
Number in collection: 77
Series:  
Country: Netherlands
Year: 1999
Additional features:  
Genre: Jazz
Details:
Personnel: Johnny Meijer - Accordeon, Huub Janssen - Drums, Henk Bosch van Drakestein: - Bass, Pim Hogervorst: Guitar & Banjo, George Katee -Trombone, Klaas Wit:- Trumpet
Submission date: 23-01-2009 18:47:51
Submitted by: PeteMolenaar
Last updated on: 17-05-2015 21:33:47
Last updated by: kdamme
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Tracks voor dit album
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01: After you've gone (3:21)
Genre
Jazz
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02: Down by the riverside (4:07)
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Jazz
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03: Kosak patrol (3:40)
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Jazz
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04: C.C. Rider (3:23)
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Jazz
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05: Careless love (3:13)
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Jazz
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06: Crazy rhythm (3:28)
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Jazz
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07: When the Saints (2:10)
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Jazz
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08: Glory hallelujah (3:02)
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Jazz
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09: Red river valley (3:03)
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Jazz
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10: St. James infirmary (2:47)
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Jazz
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11: Hawaiian war chant (Trad. / Bew. H.Janssen / J.Meijer / A.Kloris) (3:10)
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Jazz
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12: Dark town strutters ball (3:36)
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Jazz
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13: Have a good day (2:36)
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Jazz
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14: Lonesome road (3:36)
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Jazz
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15: Buddy Bolden blues (4:00)
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Jazz
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16: Tootsy goodbye (3:51)
Genre
Jazz
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