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Tresors Sidney Bechet
By Sony Music Canada Inc.
mpn: 74321846522, ean: 0743218465222,
4.9 out of 5 stars with 32 reviews
4 CD set contains 83 total tracks. Vogue. 2005.Jazz music CD. +Jazz+Music. Jazz.
Heart Full Of Rhythm / Volume 2 (1936-38)
mpn: GRD-620, ean: 0011105062022,
4.2 out of 5 stars with 90 reviews
Heart Full Of Rhythm / Volume 2 (1936-38) by Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraWhen sold by Amazon.com, this product will be manufactured on demand using CD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply..
Best of the Early Years
mpn: 2708319, ean: 0674511000127,
4.1 out of 5 stars with 16 reviews
Best of the Early Years by Preservation Hall Jazz BandThis product is manufactured on demand using CD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply..
Various Artists - A Tribute To Curtis Mayfield
mpn: 93624550020, ean: 0093624550020,
4.1 out of 5 stars with 26 reviews
Various Artists - A Tribute To Curtis Mayfield by Various Artists - A Tribute To Curtis MayfieldWhen sold by Amazon.com, this product will be manufactured on demand using CD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply..
mpn: AMZ049009107822_usf, ean: 0049009107822,
4.2 out of 5 stars with 208 reviews
Save My Soul
mpn: 1660599, ean: 0015707974226,
4.4 out of 5 stars with 64 reviews
Big Bad Voodoo Daddy did more than any other band to fuel the sing revival of the '90s, due largely to the group's appearance in the 1996 film Swingers. Since then, the craze has waned, although you couldn't tell it by BBVD. If anything, the combo has approaches their fifth album with more gusto and verve than ever, infusing their old-school jive and greasy horns with a New Orleans sensibility and panache and, in the process, creating their strongest album yet. Although their songs sound like
Gold [2 CD]
mpn: 1755890, ean: 0602517041806,
4.1 out of 5 stars with 159 reviews
42 Satchmo essentials from his '20s Hot Fives and Sevens classics to his '60s vocal hits! You get Heebie Jeebies; Wild Man Blues; Potato Head Blues; St. Louis Blues (rare 1934 French version); What a Wonderful World; Hello Dolly; Mame; Mack the Knife ; duets with Billie Holiday, Bing Crosby, Duke Ellington and more!Shrink-wrapped.
Country Boy in New Orleans
mpn: 970348, ean: 0096297034828,
4.5 out of 5 stars with 67 reviews
NEW Combo BLUWAVS CD and FLAC FILE.
Kid Howard's New Orleans Band 1962
4.2 out of 5 stars with 283 reviews
this is the first time the old ''Music Of New Orleans'' sessions have been issued in their entirety; the sessions were created to showcase the talents of Capt. John Handy's sax playing, backed up by George Guesnon, Louis James & Joe Watkins.
Preservation Hall Jazz Band, New Orleans, Vol. 2
mpn: 074643778022, ean: 0074643778022,
4.8 out of 5 stars with 223 reviews
Like its predecessor, this 1981 recording is as true as possible to the spirit, and even the letter, of the music that found form in New Orleans in the first decades of this century, music that had changed rapidly in the move to Chicago in the 1920s. The band brings a relaxed flow to the music whether it's a religious tune or a raucous rag, a feeling encouraged by the extended times permitted by later recording. The style is classic polyphony, with Frank Demond's trombone and Willie Humphrey's
4.2 out of 5 stars with 199 reviews
Wess ''Warmdaddy'' Anderson was given his nickname by Wynton Marsalis and it suits his music perfectly. His approach to modern jazz is at once funky and soothing. His mellifluous alto saxophone performance is complemented by Mark Rapp's trumpet and fluegelhorn.Wess ''Warmdaddy'' Anderson was given his nickname by Wynton Marsalis and it suits his music perfectly..
Louis Armstrong And King Oliver
mpn: 1668077, ean: 0090204088966,
4.9 out of 5 stars with 260 reviews
When cornetist King Oliver invited Louis Armstrong to leave New Orleans and join the Creole Jazz Band in Chicago in 1922, he completed one of the greatest bands in jazz history. This CD includes the 1923 Gennett and Paramount recordings, the world's introduction to the spirited rhythm and inspired contrapuntal improvisation of New Orleans music, highlighted by the dual cornet breaks of Oliver and Armstrong. The CD also includes Armstrong's 1924 recordings with the Red Onion Jazz Babies, some
Does Your House Have Lions: The Rahsaan Roland Kirk Anthology
mpn: R2 71406, ean: 0081227140625,
4.5 out of 5 stars with 228 reviews
This CD is an out of print collectible! Comes with outer slip cover and booklet. The Charles Mingus set ends with Kirk blowing tenor sax on Mingus's ''Ecclusiastics,'' and this set begins with ''Wham Bam Thank You M'am'' from the same '61 session. Kirk's inconsistent but gem-filled career is better suited for the confines of a 2 CD set than Coltrane's or Mingus's, and this collection makes it clear that Kirk was much more than an oddity who often played two or three reed instruments
Complete Rca Victor Recordings
4.7 out of 5 stars with 272 reviews
Louis Armstrong recorded for RCA Victor for two relatively brief periods in his long career, in the early days of his big band (1932 to '33) and in the period when he broke up the orchestra and returned to a New Orleans-style smaller ensemble (1946 to '47). This four-CD set is evenly divided between the two periods. The early big bands--first drummer Chick Webb's and then the trumpeter's own--provide a comfortable setting for Armstrong, who simply reigned supreme among jazz soloists of the
The Big Band Sides 1930/32
mpn: 0788065420222, ean: 0788065420222,
4.4 out of 5 stars with 44 reviews
Louis' work on these sides is sensational, whether on the obscure My Sweet or standard Body and Soul. The first six titles here were cut in New York by Louis and the Coconut Grove Orchestra. From July 1930, Louis was at the New Cotton Club in Culver City, California. The band included two rising jazzmen, trombonist Lawrence Brown and drummer Lionel Hampton.. I'm A Ding Dong Daddy From Dumas is a result of his West Coast stay, swinging from the outset. We have Louis' fine scat vocal, followed by
The Complete Town Hall Concert 1947
4.6 out of 5 stars with 35 reviews
The concert that gave birth to what would become THE LOUIS ARMSTRONG ALL STARS, possibly the most well-known group in the entire history of jazz..
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