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  1. Zunris
    Louis Armstrong. Geboren am 4. 8. in New Orleans, gestorben am 6. 7. in New York. Mitglied als Trompeter in renommierten Bands, z. B. von Fletcher Henderson, und .
  2. Maur
    A stone cooker from Johnny Hodges – just the right kind of small group session to perfectly showcase his amazing sound on the alto sax! The group's a slightly unusual one – and features Arthur Clark on tenor, Harold Baker on trumpet, Lawrence Brown on trombone, Leroy Lovett on piano, and Louis Bellson on drums – all working with Hodges in a set of longer, more open tracks than some other.
  3. Nahn
    I have some of this music on vinyl, and in good sound quality: There is a 3-LP Ellington anthology which was released by Time Life during the 70's as one of their Giants of Jazz series, but that compilation moves past the period covered here prior to midway through LP #/5(24).
  4. Shaktilar
    6. Cradle Rock 7. Lazy Mood 8. Blue Steel 9. All Out Side 2 1. Wooden Soldiers Swing 2. 6 String Boogie 3. Walkin' Home 4. Lonesome Road 5. Come On In 6. La! La! La! Lady 7. Goin' Long 8. Back Up “Rockin’ rhythm is what Eddie (Long Gone) Chamblee and his combo call it It combines blues, bop and swing in a manner fit for the most severe.
  5. Dourisar
    Lonnie cut Why Should I Cry at King's Cincinnati studio on February 26, ; it's an exceptionally strong example of his later electrified approach. He made his last singles for the R&B trade in '56 for Rama, dropping off the scene to work as a hotel janitor, only to be rediscovered and brought back to action in with a series of LPs for.
  6. Kagor
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The World Of Duke Ellington Vol.1 on Discogs. Label: BHM Productions - BHM • Series: WDR The Cologne Broadcasts,The WDR Big Band Masters • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Germany • Genre: Jazz • Style: Big Band.
  7. Mezilabar
    One of Duke's most popular albums of the 50s – but we won't hold that against him! The session's one of a number of 50s outings that revisit older classics with the new level of quality offered in the studio – and it's got a similar feel to some of Duke's work for Bethlehem around the same time, which was also done by producer Gus Wildi – tight, but never too facile – and a perfect.
  8. Mera
    Mar 26,  · Includes The Mooche; Rockin' in Rhythm; Mood Indigo, and more prime Jungle Band material. stylalcuramamiccomapatsidepor.coinfo Digesting the music of Duke Ellington's revolutionary "jungle" period is a complicated pursuit because he recorded multiple arrangements for a /5(24).

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