Ray Turner, "Professor" Lou Busch , and Marvin Ash - Honky-Tonk Piano download album
Ray Turner, "Professor" Lou Busch And Marvin Ash – Honky-Tonk Piano. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Mono, Reissue. Two Dollar Rag. Written-By – Louis F. Busch.
Performer: Ray Turner. Album: Honky-Tonk Piano. Ray Turner - Honky-Tonk Piano MP3 version. The Entertainer's Rag. A2. –"Professor" Lou Busch. A3. –Marvin Ash. Canon Ball Rag. A4.
Album: Honky-Tonk Piano. 1822 downloads at 32 mb/s. Marvin Ash. Maple Leaf Rag. Written By – Scott Joplin. C2. Written By – Zez Confrey. Written By – Roy Bargy. D2.
The Entertainer's Rag. A2 –"Professor" Lou Busch Two Dollar Rag. A3 –Marvin Ash. A4 –Ray Turner. Hungarian Rag. B1 –Marvin Ash. B2 –"Professor" Lou Busch Kitten On The Keys.
Lou Lafave - Honky Tonk Piano. Lou Lafave - Honky Tonk Piano MP3 version ZIP archive. 1528 downloads at 21 mb/s. Lou Lafave - Honky Tonk Piano FLAC version ZIP archive. 1894 downloads at 22 mb/s.
The Honky-Tonk Piano album was and still is successful in its intent as well as flawed in its execution. The original Honky-Tonk Piano, the first all ragtime LP. It flew off the shelves when introduced at the end of 1950, and predated similar albums from other artists by at least a year. The album included the Ash cuts, three pieces from pianist Ray Turner, and three from Busch himself, billed here as "Professor Lou Busch" in keeping with the ragtime nostalgia. All of the pieces are authentic ragtime, even the newest one composed by Busch, Two Dollar Rag.
and knew his way around the piano, as well as being a seasoned arranger. Also recorded that same year was a single by jazz pianist Marvin Ash of Maple Leaf Rag b/w Cannon Ball Rag. The sales for these were encouraging enough that Busch released his own composition, Ivory Rag, in 1950. The Honky-Tonk Piano album was and still is successful in its intent as well as flawed in its execution.