existed in name. Bunk made a grand impression on Louis
Armstrong, who heard in New Orleans around 1915 and Armstrong
stated “Bunk played funeral marches that made me cry!”
Bunk Johnson recorded extensively in the early and mid 1940s.
At this time around 1946, his work was a part of the Jazz revivalist
movement along with the work of other New Orleans
musicans such as clarinetist George Lewis and drummer
Baby Dodds. So yeah, now every time I think about New Orleans
and Jazz I will think Bunk JOhnson. What a clever man!
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