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Johnny Lytle

Johnny Lytle has been played on NTS shows including From Sun City, with Where Is The Love? first played on 19 July 2015.

Johnny Lytle (born John Dillard Lytle on 13 October 1932, Springfield, Ohio; died December 15, 1995, Springfield)

Considered one of the top vibes players in the world, Johnny Lytle was known for his great hand speed and showmanship. He was also a songwriter and wrote many of his own hits, including "The Loop," "The Man," "Lela," "Selim," and the jazz classic "The Village Caller." Lytle recorded more than 30 albums for various jazz labels including Tuba, Jazzland, Solid State and Muse. Throughout his…

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Pedro Strodder
Johnny Lytle
Original Jazz Classics, Riverside Records1984
Pedro Strodder
Johnny LytleOriginal Jazz Classics, Riverside Records1984
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The Village Caller
Johnny Lytle
Riverside Records0
The Village Caller
Johnny LytleRiverside Records0
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Save Your Love For Me
Johnny Lytle, Albert Dailey, Chester Thompson
Curcio1982
Save Your Love For Me
Johnny Lytle, Albert Dailey, Chester ThompsonCurcio1982
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Where Is The Love?
Johnny Lytle
Milestone Records1973
Where Is The Love?
Johnny LytleMilestone Records1973
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Moonchild
Johnny Lytle
Muse Records1992
Moonchild
Johnny LytleMuse Records1992
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Selim
Johnny Lytle
Tuba Records1967
Selim
Johnny LytleTuba Records1967
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Kevin Devin
Johnny Lytle
Riverside Records0
Kevin Devin
Johnny LytleRiverside Records0
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Mine
Johnny Lytle, Albert Dailey, Chester Thompson
Curcio1982
Mine
Johnny Lytle, Albert Dailey, Chester ThompsonCurcio1982
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