Jack Off Jill

Jack Off Jill was a Florida Gothic-alternative rock band formed in 1992 by Jessicka Fodera. She initially joined up with Tenni Ah-Cha-Cha, though twelve members rotated through the group in its life. The group toured and performed with Marilyn Manson a significant number of times and have been compared to the more famous rocker. Like Manson, they were known for raunchy shows. In fact, Jessicka ran afoul of the adult entertainment laws of Jacksonville, Florida and was arrested in the city in 1994. Despite this, the group bore a greater resemblance to riot grrl groups, with Fodera's voice often child-like but able to reach a high intensity scream in the blink of an eye.

Discography

  • Sexless Demons & Scars (1998), produced by Don Fleming
  • Clear Hearts, Grey Flowers (2000), produced by Chris Vrenna

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In fact, Jessicka ran afoul of the adult entertainment laws of Jacksonville, Florida and was arrested in the city in 1994. Despite this, the group bore a greater resemblance to riot grrl groups, with Fodera's voice often child-like but able to reach a high intensity scream in the blink of an eye. The word tympany is an old-fashioned one meaning, "swollen, inflated, puffed-up", etymologically related to timpani, or "kettle drum", but historically separate. Like Manson, they were known for raunchy shows. The Broadway show, Five Guys Named Moe was devoted to Jordan's music. The group toured and performed with Marilyn Manson a significant number of times and have been compared to the more famous rocker. Jordan died in Los Angeles, California. She initially joined up with Tenni Ah-Cha-Cha, though twelve members rotated through the group in its life. After this, however, Jordan's popularity waned and he recorded only for a small following of enthusiasts.

Jack Off Jill was a Florida Gothic-alternative rock band formed in 1992 by Jessicka Fodera. At Mercury Records, Jordan managed to update his sound and released more hits, including "Let the Good Times Roll" and "Salt Pork, West Virginia". Clear Hearts, Grey Flowers (2000), produced by Chris Vrenna. By the mid 1950s, Jordan's records were not selling as well as they used to and he began switching labels. Sexless Demons & Scars (1998), produced by Don Fleming. One of Jordan's biggest fans was Chuck Berry, who modelled his musical approach on Jordan's, changing the text from black life to teenage life. Jordan's recordings celebrated African American urban life and were infused with good humor and energy that had a great influence on the development of rock and roll; his music was popular with both blacks and whites.

His biggest hit was "Caldonia", with its energetic punchline, banged out by the whole band, "Caldonia! Caldonia! What makes your big head so hard?" After Jordan's success with it, the song was also recorded by Woody Herman in a famous modern arrangement, including a unison chorus by five trumpets. In the 1940s, Jordan released dozens of hit songs including "Saturday Night Fish Fry" (one of many contenders for the title of "First rock and roll record"), "Blue Light Boogie", "Ain't Nobody Here but Us Chickens", "Is You Is or Is You Ain't My Baby?", "Ain't That Just Like a Woman", and the multi-million seller "Choo Choo Ch'Boogie". The band's sound was similar to that of Fats Waller and his rhythm, but louder, with more pronounced rhythm, and that touch of the Caribbean sound commonly called "the Spanish tinge". Jordan played alto sax and sang.

Though this was recorded with The Elks Rendezvous Band, Jordan would go on to play with His Tympany Five, which eventually included Bill Jennings and Carl Hogan on guitar, Wild Bill Davis and Bill Doggett on piano, Chris Columbus on drums and Dallas Bartley on bass. In 1932, Jordan began performing with Chick Webb and Clarence Williams, recording "Honey in the Bee Ball" for Decca Records in 1938. Alto saxophone became his main instrument-- although Jordan became even better known as a vocalist with his ebullient personality. Jordan started out on clarinet, and also played piano professionally early in his career.

Louis Jordan was born in Brinkley, Arkansas; his father was a local music teacher and bandleader. Louis Jordan (July 8, 1908 - February 4, 1975) was an African-American jazz and rhythm & blues musician, and one of the few such to sell well to mainstream audiences in the post swing music era. Download sample of "Caldonia".

08-03-15 FTPPro Support FTPPro looks and feels just like Windows Explorer Contact FTPPro FTPPro Help Topics FTPPro Terms Of Use ftppro.com/browse2000.php Business Search Directory Real Estate Database WebExposure.us Google+ Directory Dan Schmidt is a keyboardist, composer, songwriter, and producer.