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Rick Fay - Live At Lone Pine Mainstream Jazz FLAC album


Performer: Rick Fay
Genre: Jazz
Title: Live At Lone Pine Mainstream Jazz
Released: 1989
Style: Dixieland
FLAC version ZIP size: 1900 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1754 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1275 mb
Rating: 4.4
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This was the initial CD from the Arbors label, an organization that soon grew to become one of the top Dixieland and mainstream-oriented record companies of the 1990s. The label was started originally to document the playing of Rick Fay (who triples on tenor, clarinet and soprano), and he would be the leader on its first four releases. For this set, Fay is teamed with four obscure players: cornetist David Jones, trombonist George Palmer, Bob Leary on guitar and banjo, and sousaphonist Lee Richardson.

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Title Live at Lone Pine. Author Rick Fay. Supplier Arbors. Reference ARB 107726. Label code arcd 19101. Discs number 1. Live at Lone Pine. CD 11,99 €. Quantity.

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Mainstream jazz is the popular jazz music of an era. The term that was established in the 1950s by music journalist Stanley Dance, who considered anything within the popular jazz music of the Swing Era, "mainstream". Another way to describe mainstream jazz in the 1950s was music that did not incorporate the bebop style. After Dance defined mainstream jazz in the 1950s, the definition changed with the evolution and progression of jazz music.

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Tracklist

1 China Boy
2 Muskrat Ramble
3 Creole Love Call
4 Mama's Gone, Goodbye
5 Old Green River
6 Cousin of Mine
7 Oh, Katharina
8 Once In A While
9 Sugar
10 Willie The Weeper
11 Bury Me on Basin Street
12 Black and White Rag
13 Teeny Weeny Blues
14 Tipperary