Johnny Maddox | Kisses

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by Johnny Maddox

Johnny\'s first new recordings in 30 years.
Genre: Jazz: Ragtime
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1. School Day Sweethearts / I Wish You Were Jealous Of Me
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2. Two Lips (To Kiss My Cares Away) / Halfway To Heaven
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3:30 album only
3. I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles / That Naughty Waltz
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3:26 album only
4. Truly I Do / Who Are You Fooling Tonight?
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3:25 album only
5. Then Came The Dawn / Out Of The Dawn
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6. If I Had A Girl Like You / Baby-Oh Where Can You Be?
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4:11 album only
7. Sweet And Low / When Clouds Have Vanished And Skies Are Blue
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8. I Love You Best Of All / Lonesome - That's All
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9. Kisses (The Sweetest Kisses Of All) / Feather Your Nest
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10. All The Quakers Are Shoulder Shakers (Down In Quaker Town) / My
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11. Consolation / Let The Rest Of The World Go By
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12. Sonny Boy / You Were Meant For Me
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Album Notes
On his first new recordings in over 30 years, Johnny Maddox revisits the parlor songs and popular records he loved as a child. Singers such as Al Jolson, Gene Austin, Vaughn DeLeath first recorded these songs, often accompanied by piano, violin and cello. Of course, they didn\'t have Johnny Maddox on piano!


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