Album: The Dot Records Story, Blow Rusty Blow. Rusty Bryant - St. Thomas Rusty Rides Again, 2001 06:05. Artist: Rusty Bryant Rusty Bryant and the Carolyn Club Band.
Rusty Bryant Returns (Prestige, 1969). Night Train Now! (Prestige, 1969). Soul Liberation (Prestige, 1970). America's Greatest Rock 'N' Roll (Carolyn Records 20?) -note: includes all eleven singles that Bryant released on Dot Records (from 1954-1956), plus "Hanka Boo". With Richard "Groove" Holmes.
Kittyhawk Part 2 23. Little Hawk & Walk.
album: Blow Rusty Blow. album: Great Hits On Dot. Honeydripper. album: Blow Rusty Blow. Frankie & Johnny. Don't Tell Me. album: The Dot Records Story.
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In by wpengineDecember 15, 2014. Known for his strong, soulful tone, Bryant cut his teeth on tenor saxophone in Columbus, Ohio, quickly becoming a fixture of the local jazz scene. He worked with Tiny Grimes and Stomp Gordon before founding his own ensemble, the Carolyn Club Band, in 1951. In 1952, his live recording All Nite Long (a faster version of Night Train ) became a hit R&B single in the . He achieved breakthrough commercial success in 1970 with his album, Soul Liberation, which reached No. 35 on the . Black Albums chart and No. 15 on the Top Jazz Albums chart.
Castle Rock is an album recorded by American jazz saxophonist Johnny Hodges featuring performances recorded in 1951 and 1952 and released on the Norgran label.