Schooled in jazzhe was known for Pope Ares (教皇アーレス, Kyōkō Āres) - Seiji Yokoyama - Saint Seiya Tv Original Soundtrack II (聖闘士星矢 セイントセ blues Warm Daddy - Eddie Bo - Warm Daddy / Aint It The Truth Nowsoul and funk recordings, compositions, productions and arrangements. He debuted on Ace Records in and released more single records than Boys In The Band - Mountain - The Best Of Mountain else in New Orleans other than Fats Domino.
Eddie's mother was a self-taught pianist in the style of friend, Professor Longhair. The Bocage family was involved in the traditional jazz community with cousins Charles, Henry and Peterwho played with Sidney Bechetcontributing to jazz orchestras before World War II.
Eddie graduated from Booker T. Washington High School before going into the army. It was at this time that he was influenced by Russian classical pianist Vladimir Horowitz  and was introduced to jazz pianists Art Tatum and Oscar Peterson.
During the s, Bo continued to release singles Warm Daddy - Eddie Bo - Warm Daddy / Aint It The Truth Now a string of local record labels, including Rip, Cinderella, and Blue Jay, though only a few achieved national distribution. He either wrote or produced most of the titles on Seven B records. Inat the height of funk, he had his only national chart hit, "Hook and Sling, Pts. From the early s Bo worked in the music business only sporadically, after setting up his own renovation business.
A memorial concert was held in his memory on April 1,with guests including Dr. JohnIrma Thomas and Allen Toussaint. Bo was also named New Orleans ' music ambassador to Pakistan. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Eddie Bo. The New York Times. Retrieved March 24, Retrieved Watson, T. Wight, P. Record Research. Six years later, the piano legend's son still wonders".
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