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Jimmie Lunceford And His Band, Benny Carter And His Band - Big Band Battle - Live! - Volume 1 FLAC album

Performer: Jimmie Lunceford And His Band
Genre: Jazz
Title: Big Band Battle - Live! - Volume 1
Style: Big Band, Swing
FLAC version ZIP size: 1761 mb
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Jimmie Lunceford And His Band, Benny Carter And His Band - Big Band Battle - Live! - Volume 1 ‎(LP).

James Melvin Lunceford (June 6, 1902 – July 12, 1947) was an American jazz alto saxophonist and bandleader in the swing era. Lunceford was born on a farm in the Evergreen community, west of the Tombigbee River, near Fulton, Mississippi. The 53 acre farm was owned by his father, James. His mother was Idella ("Ida") Shumpert of Oklahoma City, an organist of "more than average ability. Seven months after James Melvin was born, the family moved to Oklahoma City.

Little is known about his parents, though his father was a choirmaster in Warren, Ohio, before the family moved to Denver. He went to high school in Denver and studied music under Wilberforce J. Whiteman, father of Paul Whiteman, whose band was soon to acquire a national reputation. After high school he continued his studies at Fisk University.

Жанр: Big Band, Swing Годы издания: 1990-1996 Годы записей: 1930-1945 Аудиокодек: MP3 Тип рипа: tracks Битрейт аудио: 160/320 kbps Продолжительность: 9:08:44 Источник: lossless & web Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи: да. Jimmie Lunceford And His Orchestra - 1930-1934 {The Chronological Classics, 501}. Треклист: 01. In Dat Mornin' (3:23) 02. Sweet Rhythm (2:43) 03. Flaming Reeds And Screaming Brass (3:00) 04. While Love Lasts (3:08) 05. White Heat (2:31) 06. Jazznocracy (2:44) 07. Chillun Get Up (3:17) 08. Leavin' Me (3:13) 09. Swingin' Uptown (2:39) 10. Breakfast. Battle Axe (2:50) 12. Peace And Love For All (Prayer For Moderns) (3:19) 13. Chocolate (3:00) 14.

With Jimmie Lunceford, Jimmie Lunceford and His Orchestra, The Three Brown Jacks, Myra Taylor. In Hell, Satan appears to tell us that rhythm is coming to life again, then we're taken to a sound stage where Jimmie Lunceford conducts his dance orchestra. He's in black tie and a tuxedo of white tales and black trousers. He announces that rhythm is our business, and that's the orchestra's first number, with vocal, sax, bass, and trumpet solos. Myra Johnson sings "You Can't Pull the Wool Over. 0Check in. X I'm Watching This! Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends.

Track Listing: Introduction; Hallelujah; Pistol Packin. Personnel: Jimmie Lunceford and His Orchestra (personnel unlisted). Title: 1943-45 Broadcasts Year Released: 2002 Record Label: Soundcraft.

Jimmie Lunceford - Came in with the swing era and left when it was over. Jimmie Lunceford’s band differed from other great bands of the time because it was better known for its ensemble than for its solo work. As a reminder of the popularity of the Big Band era at the time, and how it laid the groundwork for what was to come later, here is a sample from one of the premier bands whose legacy continued long after Swing faded from public view.

Benny Carter Quartet. Biography Discography Titles. In 1945, trumpeter Miles Davis made his first recordings with Carter as sideman on album Benny Carter and His Orchestra, and considered him a close friend and mentor. Carter was one of the first black men to compose music for films. He was an inspiration and a mentor for Quincy Jones when Jones began writing for television and films in the 1960s. Benny Carter visited Australia in 1960 with his own quartet, performed at the 1968 Newport Jazz Festival with Dizzy Gillespie, and recorded with a Scandinavian band in Switzerland the same year. His studio work in the 1960s included arranging and sometimes performing on Peggy Lee's Mink Jazz, (1962) and on the single "I'm A Woman" in the same year.

Big Band refers to a jazz group of ten or more musicians, usually featuring at least three trumpets, two or more trombones, four or more saxophones, and a "rhythm section" of accompanists playing some combination of piano, guitar, bass, and drums.


A1 Jimmie Lunceford And His Band* Little John
A2 Jimmie Lunceford And His Band* Song Of The Islands
A3 Jimmie Lunceford And His Band* Minor Riff
A4 Jimmie Lunceford And His Band* Body And Soul
A5 Jimmie Lunceford And His Band* Mandy
A6 Jimmie Lunceford And His Band* For Dancers Only
B1 Benny Carter And His Band* Cuttin' Time
B2 Benny Carter And His Band* Jubilee Jump
B3 Benny Carter And His Band* The Early Bird
B4 Benny Carter And His Band* I Cover The Waterfront
B5 Benny Carter And His Band* No Title Jump
B6 Benny Carter And His Band* Bugle Call Rag