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Who is Al Casey?
Al Casey: Albert Aloysius Casey known professionally as Al Casey, was an African-American swing guitarist who played with Fats Waller on some of his famous recordings. Casey composed the well-known tune "Buck Jumpin", which was recorded by Waller.
- also known as Casey, Al
- born on (100 years ago) in Louisville
- ethnicity: African American
- nationality: United States of America
- education: DeWitt Clinton High School
- profession: Guitarist, musician
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- died on (10 years ago) of colorectal cancer
- albums: "'Jumpin with Al'", "Buck Jumpin'"
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Everything Fab Four by Kenneth Womack
AUTHORSHIP AND BACKGROUND “Movin' and Groovin'” is an early rock 'n' roll song penned by guitarist Duane Eddy and disc jockey Lee Hazlewood, while “ Ramrod” was written by guitarist Al Casey. Eddy enjoyed a hit record with a cover ...
by Mitch Rosalsky
Al Casey (bass) Notes While attending high school at New York's Music and Art High School, the Teenagers approached Castor (who also attended Music ...
The Encyclopedia of Surfing (2005)
by Matt Warshaw
Al Casey Phoenix, ...
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