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Various, Sidney Bechet, Jack Teagarden, Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie - Comparative Blues download mp3 album
Performer:
Album:
Comparative Blues
Style:
Swing, Bop, Dixieland, Piano Blues, Soul-Jazz
Released:
1957
Country:
US
FLAC vers. size:
1112 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1345 mb
WMA vers. size:
1159 mb
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Rating:
4.9 ★
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209

Sidney Bechet became a tailor, later moving to Paris and Kid Ory returned to New Orleans and raised chickens. Armstrong moved to Los Angeles in 1930 to seek new opportunities. He played at the New Cotton Club in Los Angeles with Lionel Hampton on drums. Armstrong was performing at the Brick House in Gretna, Louisiana, when he met Daisy Parker, a local prostitute. He started the affair as a client. He returned to Gretna on several occasions to visit her. He found the courage to look for her home to see her away from work.

Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie, Sidney Bechet, Jimmy Yancey, Buck Clayton, Max Kaminski, Jack Teagarden, Joe Newman with the Count's Men, and Eddie Bert. Jazztone Record Label; Album cover has edge wear and discoloration; Record has scratches; Track listing: Dewey Square; The Hymn; Scrapple From Apple; Bongo Beep; Bird Feathers; Klactoveedsedstene; Out Of Nowhere; Don't Blame Me; Dexterity; Bird Of Paradise; Bongo Bop; Cool Blues; Hot Blues; Bird's Nest.

Charlie Parker - The Charlie Parker Story Various - Atlantic Jazz Kansas City. Sidney Bechet's Blue Note Jazz Men - At the Jazz Band Ball. Charlie Parker - Birth Of Be Bop. Sidney Bechet - Homenaje A Sidney Bechet. Jack Teagarden - Jack Teagarden.

Album · 2009 · 100 Songs.

It was the only time that alto saxophonist Charlie Parker, trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie, pianist Bud Powell, bassist Charles Mingus and drummer Max Roach played together as a group (it was also the final time that Parker and Gillespie were captured on tape together). Other great moments on the album include the tunes ‘Along Came Betty’ and ‘Blues March’, two classics both penned by Blakey’s then tenor saxophonist, Benny Golson. Blakey’s prowess as a sticksman is highlighted on the dramatic ‘Drum Thunder Suite’. George Benson – George Benson & Jack McDuff Toots Thielemans – Smooth and Easy Dizzy Gillespie & Charlie Parker – Town Hall, New York City, June 22, 1945 Modern Jazz Quartet – Jazz Progressions Herbie Hancock – Cantaloupe Island. These are the albums I like.

Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie A Night In Tunisia. Dizzy Gillespie, Charlie Parker Relaxin' With Lee (Alternate Take). Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie Mohawk.

A2Sidney Bechet - Apex Blues. A3Jimmy Yancey - Yancey's Blues. A4Max Kaminsky - Stuyvesant Blues. A5Jack Teagarden - Bad Actin' Woman. B1Joe Newman And The Count's Men - . B2Dizzy Gillespie - Congo Blues. B3Eddie Bert - Jerome's Blues. Hall Of Fame Item No: 368832. Vinyl LP US – Original Used Vinyl (Vinyl: VG+, Cover: VG+). The Official New Orleans Rhythm & Blues Anniversary Album Volume 1. LP6,99 €. . The Official New Orleans Rhythm & Blues Anniversary Album Volume 1 LP. Norman Granz' Jam Session 7.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Buck Clayton West End Blues
Bass – Pierre MichelotClarinet – Mezz MezzrowDrums – Kansas FieldsPiano – Red RichardsTenor Saxophone – Gene SedricTrombone – Big Chief Moore*Trumpet – Buck Clayton
A2 Sidney Bechet Apex Blues
Orchestra [With] – Wally Bishop's OrchestraSoprano Saxophone – Sidney Bechet
A3 Jimmy Yancey Yancey's Mixture
Piano – Jimmy Yancey
A4 Max Kaminsky Stuyvesant Blues
Bass – Jack LesbergClarinet – Peewee Russell*Drums – George WettlingPiano – Joe SullivanTrombone – Miff MoleTrumpet – Max Kaminsky
A5 Jack Teagarden Bad Actin' Woman
Bass – Walter PageClarinet – Edmond HallCornet – Jimmy McPartlandDrums – Jo JonesGuitar – Carl KressPiano – Dick CaryTrombone, Vocals – Jack Teagarden
B1 Joe Newman And The Count's Men A.M. Romp
Bass – Ed Jones*Drums – Shadow WilsonPiano – Sir Charles ThompsonTenor Saxophone – Frank Foster, Frank WessTrombone – Benny PowellTrumpet – Joe Newman
B2 Gillespie* - Parker* Congo Blues
Alto Saxophone – Charlie ParkerBass – Slam StewartDrums – Specs PowellPiano – Teddy WilsonTenor Saxophone – Flip PhillipsTrumpet – Dizzy GillespieVibraphone [Vibes] – Red Norvo
B3 Eddie Bert Jerome's Blues
Bass – Oscar PettifordDrums – Osie JohnsonFlute – Jerome RichardsonGuitar – Barry GalbraithPiano – Hank JonesTrombone – Eddie Bert

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  • Copyright (c) – C-C Clubs, Inc.

Credits

  • Liner Notes – Gordon Wright

Notes

Ⓒ C-C Clubs, Inc. 1957

[A4, back-cover]: Maxie Kaminsky

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
JG-603 Various Comparative Blues ‎(LP, Comp) Hall Of Fame JG-603 US Unknown
JG 603, JG-603 Various Comparative Blues ‎(LP, Comp, RE) Hall Of Fame , Hall Of Fame JG 603, JG-603 US 1978
JG-603 Various Comparative Blues ‎(LP, Comp, RE) Hall Of Fame JG-603 US Unknown