Johnny Jones And The King Casuals

Johnny Jones And The King Casuals

Also known as Jimmy Jones & The King Casuals, Johnny Jones, Johnny Jones & The King Casuals, Johnny Jones & The Kings, Jonny Jones & The King Casuals
Members of Johnny Jones And The King Casuals: 'Sweet' Charles Sherrell, Johnny Jones
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Johnny_Jones_(musician)

Discography of Johnny Jones And The King Casuals:

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# Cover Release title Total tracks Download full release in mp3 Release Date Label
1

Purple Haze

2 mp3 1976 Cream Records (2)
2

Purple Haze

2 mp3 1968 Brunswick
3

Baby Boy / Purple Haze

2 mp3 1976-08-20 Brunswick
4

Baby Boy / Purple Haze

2 mp3 1976-08-20 Brunswick
5

Soul Poppin' / Blues For The Brothers

2 mp3 1968 Brunswick
6

Purple Haze

2 mp3 1968 Brunswick
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Johnny Jones and the King Casuals were a Nashville, Tennessee, rhythm and blues group active in the 1960s. They were regular performers at the North Nashville club district, Printer's Alley clubs, as well as often serving as the house band for the local television program, Night Train. The band, which was originally named 'The King Kasuals', was founded in 1962 by Jimi Hendrix and bassist Billy Cox in Clarksville, Tennessee, United States, after the two were discharged from the adjacent Fort Campbell Army post, and eventually relocated to Nashville. Johnny Jones (born John Albert Jones, August 17, 1936, Eads, Tennessee)[1 moved to Chicago where he practised the blues with Junior Wells and others. He moved back to Nashville in the early 1960s to become a session musician, and eventually assumed leadership of the King Casuals, circa 1964, replacing Hendrix. The band recorded a portfolio of singles in later years. The final recording featuring Jones was his 2001 solo release, Blues Is In the House. "Purple Haze" by Johnny Jones and the King Casuals was a popular R&B single, played in the Northern soul clubs of the Midlands and the North of England during the late 1960s and early 1970s. Johnny Jones died on October 14, 2009, at age 73.

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