- Performer:Plas Johnson
- Title:Madison Avenue Strut
- Style:Hard Bop,Soul Jazz
- Date of release:November 16, 2004
- Size FLAC version1470 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1559 megabytes
- Size WMA version1488 megabytes
- Formats:AC3 MP2 VOC MPC AIFF MP4
Plas Johnson - saxophone. Jazz aficionados know him by name, but almost anyone exposed to music is familiar with his playing. His is the purring sax solo on Henry Mancini's famous Pink Panther movie theme song. Plas was born in Donaldsonville, Louisiana, about sixty miles north of New Orleans. As teens, Plas and brother Ray formed a band, the Johnson Brothers Combo, that played in and around New Orleans for a number of years. Plas left New Orleans in 1951 to go on the road with the Chartes Brown Blues Band. The road, a stint in the Army and a permanent move to California followed.
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CreditsPlas Johnson - Primary Artist
|2||Scrips 'N' Scraps||Plas Johnson||2:52|
|3||The Spirited Gim Bulls||Plas Johnson||2:37|
|4||Just Friends||Plas Johnson||3:14|
|5||If You Don't Want Me||Plas Johnson||4:08|
|7||Johnson's Bossa Nova||Plas Johnson||3:29|
|9||What Would I Do||Plas Johnson||4:03|
|10||Don't Be That Way||Plas Johnson||2:30|
|11||The Madison Avenue Strut||Plas Johnson||3:09|
|12||Teen Groove||Plas Johnson||3:01|
|13||Who Is Wendy||Plas Johnson||4:24|
|15||The World Is Waiting for the Sunrise||Plas Johnson||3:09|
|16||The Mission March||Plas Johnson||2:22|