11 Shouts - 145,303 Scrobbles
Albert C. Ammons (September 23, 1907 – December 2, 1949) was an American boogie-woogie pianist. Ammons formed his own band in 1934, and in 1938 performed in the Spirituals to Swing concert at Carnegie Hall, which among other achievements launched the boogie-woogie craze. He and two other performers at the concert, Meade Lux Lewis and Pete Johnson, became the leading boogie-woogie pianists of the day. The three worked together at Café Society and also toured and recorded as a trio.
User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License and may also be available under the GNU FDL.
Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- Boogie Woogie Stomp - (3:38) - 1,279 plays
- Shout for Joy - (2:22) - 565 plays
- Twos And Fews - (4:38) - 528 plays
- Boogie Woogie Blues - (3:43) - 321 plays
- The Blues, Part One - (4:14) - 209 plays
- Chicago in Mind - (4:02) - 263 plays
- Suitcase Blues - (2:46) - 255 plays
- Bass Goin' Crazy - (3:40) - 229 plays
- Albert's Special Boogie Woogie - (3:01) - 136 plays
- Nagasaki - (2:53) - 110 plays
- GRAMMY 2015 Performers Include Ariana Grande, Ed Sheeran…and Prince?
- One Direction Tops Billboard’s 100 Artists Of 2014 List
- Pharrell, Ed Sheeran Announce 2015 GRAMMY Awards Nominees
- Jennifer Lawrence’s “The Hanging Tree” Pops Up On Singles Chart
- Eminem’s Completely Different “Lose Yourself” Demo Surfaces Online