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Edmond Hall Quartette With Teddy Wilson - Swing Session With Edmond Hall Quartette And Teddy Wilson FLAC album

Performer: Edmond Hall Quartette
Genre: Jazz
Title: Swing Session With Edmond Hall Quartette And Teddy Wilson
Released: 1950
Style: Swing
FLAC version ZIP size: 1637 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1996 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1818 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 335

Edmond Hall And Teddy Wilson - Two Of A Kind - Vinyl LP - 1944 - DE - Reissue günstig online kaufen bei HHV - Versandkostenfrei bestellen ab 80€! . B1It's Only Shanty In Old Shanty Town. B2It's Only Shanty In Old Shanty Town No. 2. B3Night And Day. B4Night And Day No. B5I Want To Be Happy. B6I Want To Be Happy No. B7Slow Piece. B8Slow Piece No. Edmond Hall And Teddy Wilson. Commodore Classics Item No: 536583.

EDMOND HALL - Swing Session. Filed under Swing By EDMOND HALL. A1 Downtown Cafe Boogie A2 Caravan A3 Night And Day A4 Show Piece A5 Sleepy Time Gal A6 The Man I Love B1 Uptown Cafe Boogie B2 In A Shanty In Old Shanty Town B3 Where Or When B4 I Want To Be Happy B5 It Had To Be You B6. Coquette.

Distinctive piano player, one of the most influential ticklers of the Swing era, fabled for work with Billie Holiday and Benny Goodman.

Edmond Hall, Teddy Wilson. Edmond Hall - Coquette 02:59. Teddy Wilson, Edmond Hall - Sleepytime Gal 03:07. Edmond Hall - Uptown Cafe Boogie 04:20. Profoundly Blue - Edmond Hall. All-Time Greatest Jazz Ballads - Junior Mance, Teddy Wilson. Edmond Hall - Edmond Hall. Complete Jazz Series 1937 - 1944 - Edmond Hall. All-Star Groups Vol. 4 (1943-44) - Ben Webster, Edmond Hall.

The Hall brothers, Robert, Edmond, and Herbert, all became clarinetists, but Edmond was first taught guitar by his uncle Edmond. When Hall picked up the clarinet, "he could play it within a week  . On June 15, 1937, he had his first recording session with Billie Holiday, accompanied by Lester Young on tenor saxophone. At the Café Society, from left: Joe Williams, Andy Kirk, Edmond Hall, and John Hammond. Late in 1941 Hall left Allen to join Teddy Wilson, who also played at the Café Society. Around this time Hall's style changed. His admiration for Benny Goodman and Artie Shaw caused him to work on his technique.

Hall becomes a leader. In 1944 Teddy Wilson left and abandoned his popular and successful sextet to form a trio (according to Wilson). Not wanting to give up their spot Hall and the other Wilson band members stayed at the Café Society. Back at Condon's Hall was invited to a recording session with "The Dukes of Dixiland". November 1962 Hall was back again in Europe to tour with Chris Barber, recording and touring England, Germany and Switzerland. The band would play to over 13000 people at their first 3 concerts in Germany where the tour started. Commodore classics in Swing - Edmond Hall & Teddy Wilson with Teddy Wilson, piano; Billy Taylor, bass; Arthur Trappier, drums. Edmond Hall "Flyin' High" with Dick Cary, piano; Jim Raney, guitar; Al Hall. bass(NOT RELATED TO ED); Jimmy Crawford, drums.

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A1 Caravan
Written By – Ellington*, Tizol*
A2 Night And Day
Written By – Cole Porter
A3 Show Piece
Written By – Edmond Hall
A4 Sleepytime Gal
Written By – Lorenzo*, Alden*, Egan*, Whiting*
B1 It's Only A Shanty In Old Shanty
Written By – Siras*, Young*, Little*
B2 Where Or When
Written By – Rodgers & Hart
B3 I Want To Be Happy
Written By – Caesar*, Youmans*
B4 It Had To Be You
Written By – Kahn*, Jones*


  • Bass – Billy Taylor
  • Clarinet – Edmond Hall
  • Cover [Cover Art] – John De Vries*
  • Drums – Arthur Trappier
  • Piano – Teddy Wilson