Various - Early Black Swing (The Birth Of Big Band Jazz: 1927-1934) FLAC album
Title: Early Black Swing (The Birth Of Big Band Jazz: 1927-1934)
Style: Big Band, Swing
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Henry "Red" Allen And His Orchestra. Swing Out. Bass – George "Pops" Foster Drums – Paul BarbarinGuitar – Will Johnson (2)Piano – Luis RussellReeds – Albert Nicholas, Charlie Holmes, Teddy HillTrombone – . HigginbothamTrumpet – Henry "Red" AllenWritten-By – Allen, Higginbotham. Early Black Swing - The Birth Of Big Band Jazz: 1927 - 1934 (LP, Comp). Bluebird (3). NL90365.
The Birth of Big Band Jazz (Riverside) (EP) (released 1956). The early 1940s saw limited output due to the recording ban, but Ellington did make annual visits to Carnegie Hall, listed below. In the January 1943 concert, Ellington introduced his first extended suite, "Black, Brown and Beige 1940.
Early Black Swing: The Birth of Big Band Jazz: 1927-1934. However listeners wishing to acquire an overview of early swing (mostly prior to the rise of Benny Goodman) could certainly do much worse than these 22 performances. Included are strong examples of the big band music of Fletcher Hederson, Duke Ellington, Bennie Moten, McKinney's Cotton Pickers, Earl Hines, Charlie Johnson's Paradise Ten, the Missourians, Red Allen, Jimmie Lunceford and Louis Armstrong.
Jazz music history in the early 1900s with emphasis on 1920s and 1930s pre big band era jazz. Several factors caused the Big Band era to come to an early close. Among them, the 1942 American Federation Of Musicians strike and the 1941 ASCAP, BMI War. Read an article published in Down beat magazine the month the infamous " Petrillo recording ban" began. See the entire 1942 article. The Duke Ellington Orchestra circa 1934. The History Of Jazz Music - Pre Swing Era. Jazz radio & jazz history. Jazz Radio Audio The live feed of our Tuesday jazz music radio show streaming online at 4:00 PM Pacific with a focus on the history of jazz music and jazz music that swings from the.
The big band phenomena also took jazz into new venues, such as Carnegie Hall, which had previously been a preserve of classical music. And ballrooms across America were the hotbeds of new dance crazes such as the jitterbug and the jive. Swing bands were big business, and if you found the right song you could have a million-seller on your hands. Smooth jazz dominated the 80s, but there was still good and bold big band music being recorded in the 90s, including the 1993 live album Dave Grusin Presents GRP All-Star Big Band Live!, by GRP Records co-founder Dave Grusin. The term New Big Band was coined to refer to the groups that fuse elements of classic swing with the bop artists. He Transcended Music : A Discussion On Miles Davis’ ‘The Birth Of The Cool’ And Its Lasting Influence.
Label: Bluebird – 9583-1-RB Type: Vinyl, LP, Compilation Country: US Date of released: 1989 Category: Jazz Style: Big Band, Swing. Various - Early Black Swing - The Birth Of Big Band Jazz: 1927 - 1934 MP3 version. 1314 downloads at 32 mb/s. Various - Early Black Swing - The Birth Of Big Band Jazz: 1927 - 1934 FLAC version. 2149 downloads at 31 mb/s. Download Various - Early Black Swing - The Birth Of Big Band Jazz: 1927 - 1934 FREE.
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Jazz and Big Band: 2 Hours of Big Band Music and Big Band Jazz Music Video Collection. The Dizzy Gillespie All Star Big Band - Jazzwoche Burghausen 2007. Swing - Best of The Big Bands (1/3). Later bandleaders pioneered the performance of various Brazilian and Afro-Cuban styles with the traditional big band instrumentation, and big bands led by arranger Gil Evans, saxophonist John Coltrane (on the album Ascension from 1965) and electric bassist Jaco Pastorius introduced cool jazz, free jazz and jazz fusion, respectively, to the big band domain. Ockbrook Big Band at Pride Park Stadium. Typical big band arrangements of the swing period are written in strophic form with the same phrase and chord structure repeated several times.
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Продавец: Интернет-магазин Techport. Адрес: Россия, Москва, Ленинская Слобода, 26, 2. ОГРН: 1107746826835
Tracklist Hide Credits
|1||–Fletcher Henderson And His Orchestra||St. Louis Shuffle
Banjo – Charlie DixonDrums – Kaiser MarshallPiano – Henderson*Reeds – Buster Bailey, Coleman Hawkins, Jerome PasquallTrombone – Charlie Green, Jimmy HarrisonTrumpet, Cornet – Joe Smith , Russell Smith, Tommy LadnierTuba – June ColeWritten-By – Waller*, Pettis*
|2||–Fletcher Henderson And His Orchestra||Sugar Foot Stomp||3:02|
|3||–Fletcher Henderson And His Orchestra||Jimtown Blues
Bass – Israel CrosbyDrums – Walter JohnsonGuitar – Bob LesseyPiano – Henderson*Reeds – Bailey*, Elmer Williams, Pasquall*, Chu Berry*Trombone – Ed Cuffee, Fernando ArbelloTrumpet – Dick Vance, Joe Thomas , Roy EldridgeWritten-By – Charlie Davis , Fred Rose
|4||–Duke Ellington And His Orchestra||Diga Diga Doo
Banjo – Fred GuyBass – Wellman BraudDrums – Sonny GreerPiano – Ellington*Reeds – Barney Bigard, Harry Carney, Johnny Hodges, Otto HardwickTrombone – Joe "Tricky Sam" Nanton*Trumpet – Arthur Whetsol, Bubber Miley, Freddy JenkinsVocals – Irving Mills, Ozie WareWritten-By – Fields - McHugh*
|5||–Duke Ellington And His Orchestra||Saratoga Swing||2:44|
|6||–Duke Ellington And His Orchestra||Blue Feeling
Banjo – Fred GuyBass – Wellman BraudDrums – Sonny GreerPiano – Ellington*Reeds – Barney Bigard, Harry Carney, Johnny Hodges, Otto HardwickTrombone – Joe "Tricky Sam" Nanton*, Lawrence BrownTrumpet – Arthur Whetsol, Cootie Williams, Freddy Jenkins, Louis BaconWritten-By – Duke Ellington
|7||–Bennie Moten's Kansas City Orchestra||South
Banjo – Leroy BerryDrums – Willie McWashingtonPiano – Moten*Reeds – Harlan Leonard, Jack Washington, Woody WalderTrombone – Thomon Hayes*Trumpet – Booker Washington, Ed LewisTuba – Vernon PageWritten-By – Bennie Moten, Thomon Hayes*
|8||–Bennie Moten's Kansas City Orchestra||Moten Swing
Bass – Walter PageDrums – Willie McWashingtonGuitar – Berry*Piano – Count BasieReeds – Ben Webster, Eddie Barefield, Jack WashingtonTrombone – Dan MinorTrombone, Guitar – Eddie DurhamTrumpet – "Hot Lips" Page*, Joe Keyes, Dee Stewart*Written-By – Bennie Moten, Buster Moten
|9||–McKinney's Cotton Pickers||Milenberg Joys
Arranged By – Don RedmanBanjo – Dave WilbornDrums – Cuba AustinPiano – Todd RhodesReeds – Don Redman, George Thomas, Milton Senior, Prince RobinsonTrombone – Claude JonesTrumpet – John Nesbitt, Langston CurlTuba – Ralph EscuderoWritten-By – Morton*, Ropollo*, Mares*, Melrose*
|10||–McKinney's Cotton Pickers||Plain Dirt
Arranged By – John NesbittBanjo – Wilborn*Drums – Kaiser MarshallPiano – Fats WallerReeds – Benny Carter, Coleman Hawkins, Redman*, Theodore McCord*Trombone – Jones*Trumpet – Joe Smith , Leonard Davis, Sidney De ParisTuba – Billy Taylor*Written-By – C. Stanton*
|11||–Earl Hines And His Orchestra||Grand Piano Blues
Banjo – Claude RobertsDrums – Benny WashingtonPiano – Hines*Reeds – Cecil Irwin, Lester Boone, Toby TurnerTrombone – William Franklin Trumpet – George Mitchell , Shirley ClayTuba – Hayes AlvisWritten-By – Earl Hines
|12||–Earl Hines And His Orchestra||Everybody Loves My Baby
Banjo – Claude RobertsDrums – Benny WashingtonPiano, Vocals – Earl HinesReeds – Cecil Irwin, Lester Boone, Toby TurnerTrombone – William Franklin Trumpet – George Mitchell , Shirley ClayTuba – Hayes AlvisWritten-By – Palmer*, Williams*
|13||–Charlie Johnson's Paradise Ten*||Hot Tempered Blues||3:14|
|14||–Charlie Johnson's Paradise Ten*||The Boy In The Boat (The Rock)
Alto Saxophone, Violin – Edgar SampsonBanjo – Bobby JohnsonDrums – George StaffordPiano – Charlie JohnsonReeds – Ben Whittet*, Ben Waters*Trombone – Jimmy HarrisonTrumpet – Leonard Davis, Sidney De ParisTuba – Cyrus St. ClairWritten-By – Charlie Johnson
|15||–The Missourians||Market Street Stomp||3:24|
|16||–The Missourians||Prohibition Blues
Banjo – Morris WhiteDrums – Leroy MaxeyPiano – Earres PrinceReeds – Andrew Brown , George Scott , Walter "Foots" Thomas*Trombone – De Priest Wheeler*Trumpet – Lamar Wright*, R.I. Dickerson*Tuba – Jimmy Smith Written-By – Walter Thomas
|17||–Henry "Red" Allen And His Orchestra||Swing Out
Bass – George "Pops" Foster*Drums – Paul BarbarinGuitar – Will Johnson Piano – Luis RussellReeds – Albert Nicholas, Charlie Holmes, Teddy HillTrombone – J.C. HigginbothamTrumpet – Henry "Red" AllenWritten-By – Allen*, Higginbotham*
|18||–Henry "Red" Allen And His Orchestra||Pleasin' Paul||2:54|
|19||–Jimmie Lunceford And His Orchestra||White Heat
Bass – Moses AllenDrums – Jimmy CrawfordGuitar – Al NorrisPiano – Edwin WilcoxReeds – Earl Carruthers, Joe Thomas , Willie Smith Trombone – Henry Wells, Russell BowlesTrumpet – Eddie Tomlins*, Sy Oliver, Tommy StevensonWritten-By, Arranged By – Will Hudson
|20||–Jimmie Lunceford And His Orchestra||Swingin' Uptown
Bass – Moses AllenDrums – Jimmy CrawfordGuitar – Al NorrisPiano – Edwin WilcoxReeds – Earl Carruthers, Joe Thomas , Willie Smith Trombone – Henry Wells, Russell BowlesTrumpet – Eddie Tomlins*, Sy Oliver, Tommy StevensonWritten-By – Lunceford*, Parish*Written-By, Arranged By – Oliver*
|21||–Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra||I've Got The World On A String
Banjo – Mike McKendrickBass – Bill OldhamDrums – Yank PorterPiano – Teddy WilsonReeds – Budd Johnson, George Oldham, Scoville BrownTrombone – Keg JohnsonTrumpet – Elmer Whitlock, Zilmer Randolph*Trumpet, Vocals – Armstrong*Written-By – Arlen*, Koehler*
|22||–Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra||Basin Street Blues||3:23|
- Art Direction, Design – Pietro Alfieri, Ria Lewerke
- Executive-Producer – Steve Backer
- Illustration – Pat Mollica
- Liner Notes, Reissue Producer – Orrin Keepnews
- Transferred By [Digital Transfers] – Paul Goodman
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: GEMA
- Rights Society: BIEM
- Label Code: LC 0316
- Barcode: 0 35929 036529
|9583-1-RB||Various||Early Black Swing - The Birth Of Big Band Jazz: 1927 - 1934 (LP, Comp)||Bluebird||9583-1-RB||US||1989|
|9583-2-RB||Various||Early Black Swing - The Birth Of Big Band Jazz: 1927 - 1934 (CD, Album, Comp, RM)||Bluebird||9583-2-RB||US||1989|
|NL90365||Various||Early Black Swing - The Birth Of Big Band Jazz: 1927 - 1934 (LP, Comp)||Bluebird||NL90365||Germany||1989|