Johnny Moore's Three Blazers was a popular African American vocal group in the 1940s and 1950s. The original members were: Johnny Moore (John Dudley Moore, October 20, 1906, Austin, Texas – January 6, 1969, Los Angeles, California); Charles Brown (Tony Russell Brown, September 13, 1922, Texas City, Texas – January 21, 1999, Oakland, California); Eddie Williams (Edward Earl Williams, June 12, 1912, San Augustine, Texas – February 18, 1995, Los Angeles).
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Johnny Moore's Three Blazers - Blues In My Heart 75. Johnny Moore's Blazers With Frankie Ervin - Johnny Ace's Last Letter. Johnny Moore’s Three Blazers were one of the most distinctive and stylish R&B groups of the post-war era, specialising in a smooth jazz-flavoured style of music similar to the approach pioneered by Nat King Cole’s King Cole Trio during the early and mid-1940s.
Artist: Johnny Moore's Three Blazers. Frankie Ervin, Johnny Moore's Three Blazers - Saturday Night Корни RnB, 2014 03:18. Johnny Moore's Three Blazers - Saturday Night (Four Nights Drunk) Be Cool: The Modern & Dolphin Sessions 1952-1954, 2009 03:19. Artist: Johnny Moore's Three Blazers.
Playing Numbers - Vocal By Frankie Ervin. 14. Crazy with the Blues - Vocal By Mari Jones. 15. Nightmare Blues - Vocal By Mari Jones. Johnny Moore's Three Blazers survived the late 1940's defection of their front man, Charles Brown, to continue well into the next decade with the same musical sound, and a variety of vocalists. This package features three of the best; Mari 'Mauri' Jones, Frankie Ervin and 'Lex' Nelson Alexander, along with Blazers musical stalwarts Oscar Moore and Eddie Williams. Virtually none of this repertoire has been reissued in the CD era - and the sound quality is astounding. The first tune (Dragnet Blues) is a kinda dumb attempt to vamp on the TV show theme The remaining tracks are truly wonderful.