Two black American pianists who would perform boogie-woogie duets together. They were among the earliest jazz pianists to invent boogie-woogie and at first had a pretty hard time finding an audience. The sound they were making was like the first form of rock ‘n’ roll – it was groundbreaking and unique. Their music sounded like Little Richard 20 years later, and not everybody was ready for it. Ammons and Johnson were like an underground movement, leading the way for others. Ammons and Johnson had a very difficult time and were not treated very well. They were the original trailblazers who made it easier for the rest of musicians all those years later.
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Boogie Woogie Dream : Albert Ammons & Pete Johnson
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is the theme for March Music Passion
“No restrictions on genres or decades – if it has “Dream” in the Title, it’s good to go.”
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