Top Johnny Otis Albums
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Do I Wanna Know? (feat. Marci Lee, Marie Adams, Mel Williams & the Jayos)
Do I Wanna Know? (feat. Marci Lee, Marie Adams, Mel Williams & the Jayos)
[2014]
Cuttin Up (feat. Delmar Evans & Don
Cuttin Up (feat. Delmar Evans & Don "Sugarcane" Harris)
[2013]
Hum-Ding-a-Ling. The 1957-1959 Rock & Roll Recordings
Hum-Ding-a-Ling. The 1957-1959 Rock & Roll Recordings
[2012]
Harlem Nocturne (That's Entertainment)
Harlem Nocturne (That's Entertainment)
[2012]
The Johnny Otis Show
The Johnny Otis Show
[2011]
The Fantastic Johnny Otis
The Fantastic Johnny Otis
[2011]
Johnny Otis
Johnny Otis
[2010]
Pioneers of Rhythm & Blues Volume 3
Pioneers of Rhythm & Blues Volume 3
[2009]
The Capitol Years
The Capitol Years
[2009]
Cupid's Boogie
Cupid's Boogie
[2008]
Johnny Otis And The Good Time Blues, Vol. 8
Johnny Otis And The Good Time Blues, Vol. 8
[2008]
Savoy Jazz Super - EP
Savoy Jazz Super - EP
[2007]
Johnny Otis and the Good Time Blues 1
Johnny Otis and the Good Time Blues 1
[2007]
The Ultimate Jazz Archive 15: Johnny Otis (4 of 4)
The Ultimate Jazz Archive 15: Johnny Otis (4 of 4)
[2007]
Savoy Jazz Super EP: Johnny Otis - EP
Savoy Jazz Super EP: Johnny Otis - EP
[2007]
Godfather of Rythm
Godfather of Rythm
[2006]
The Godfather of Rythm and Blues, Vol.2
The Godfather of Rythm and Blues, Vol.2
[2006]
Otisology
Otisology
[2006]
the Godfather of Rhythm &blues Vol 1
the Godfather of Rhythm &blues Vol 1
[2006]
Johnny Otis And The Good Time Blues, Vol. 1
Johnny Otis And The Good Time Blues, Vol. 1
[1998]
Blues & Swing Party, Vol. 1
Blues & Swing Party, Vol. 1
[1998]
The Original Johnny Otis Show
The Original Johnny Otis Show
[1994]
The Johnny Otis Show Live At Monterey
The Johnny Otis Show Live At Monterey
[1993]
Spirit of the Black Territory Bands
Spirit of the Black Territory Bands
[1992]
The Johnny Otis Show - Good Lovin' Blues
The Johnny Otis Show - Good Lovin' Blues
[1990]
The New Johnny Otis Show (With Shuggie Otis)
The New Johnny Otis Show (With Shuggie Otis)
[1981]
Related Information for Johnny Otis
Johnny Otis (born Ioannis (Yannis) Veliotes on December 28, 1921 in Vallejo, California - died on January 17, 2012 in Los Angeles, California) was an American blues and rhythm and blues pianist, vibraphonist, drummer, singer, bandleader, and impresario. Johnny Otis was one of the most prominent white figures in the history of black R&B. After playing in a variety of swing orchestras, including Lloyd Hunter's Serenaders, he founded his own band in 1945 and had one of the most enduring hits of the big band era, "Harlem Nocturne". This band played with Wynonie Harris and Charles Brown. In 1947 he and Bardu Ali opened the Barrelhouse Club in the Watts district of Los Angeles. He reduced the size of his band and... read more