Joe Houston, a honking R&B saxman of wallpaper-peeling potency, recorded for virtually every major independent R&B label in Los Angeles during the 1950s. When the jump blues tradition faded, he segue. ead Full Biography. Overview . Biography . Discography . Songs .
Listen free to Joe Houston – Rooftop Storys (Joe's Twist, Rocking the Twist and more). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. Joseph Abraham "Joe" Houston (July 12, 1926 – December 28, 2015) was an American rhythm & blues tenor saxophonist. View full artist profile.
로필: American jazz, blues and R&B saxophonist (tenor). Born : July 11, 1926 in (near) Austin, Texas. Died: December 28, 2015, in Long Beach, California. He recorded with Amos Milburn, King Kolax, Betty Roche, Wynonie Harris, Big Joe Tuner. From 1952 to 2000s, he undertook a solo career recording several albums.
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Joe Houston (born July 11, 1926, Austin, Texas, United States) is an American tenor saxophonist who played jazz and rhythm and blues. He lived with his mother and sister and daughter in the suburb of Bastrop. He studied trumpet in school and changed to saxophone later.
Even given this, Joe Houston is somewhat of an exception with many complicated changes over the years. But not to despair, Jim Dawson, in his notes to BLOWS CRAZY! has sorted all this out and gives us a comprehensive explanation of all the ins and outs. Jim even had to contend with the oddity of totally different tunes being released with the same name. As well as the key singles releases, included are most of the tracks from his sought-after Modern/Crown album Blows All Night Long as well as several from his Wild Man of The Tenor Sax album. During the 60s, Joe recorded several twist and surf albums for Crown. Although those musical styles were in vogue at the time, few of the numbers have passed the test of time, but four of them stand out and are included on this compilation.
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