“Krazy Kat” (Frank Trumbauer – Chauncey Morehouse). Personnel: Frank Trumbauer – Cm-saxophone Bix Beiderbecke – cornet Bill Rank – trombone Don Murray – clarinet Bobby Davis – alto saxophone Adrian Rollini – baritone saxophone Joe [More]
“Variety Stomp” (Charlie Green, Fletcher Henderson, Jo Trent). Personnel: Russell Smith, Joe Smith, and Tommy Ladnier – trumpets Jimmy Harrison, Charlie Green – trombones Don Redman, Buster Bailey – clarinet & alto saxophone Coleman Hawkins [More]
A Song Is Born (also known as That’s Life) is a 1948 Technicolor musical film remake of the 1941 movie Ball of Fire with Gary Cooper and Barbara Stanwyck, starring Danny Kaye and Virginia Mayo. [More]
Legendary Jazz pianist, Tom McDermott, focuses on the music of Scott Joplin; 17 wonderful tunes. This CD is not for purists, but, its freshness is unique and and familiar at the same time. ”Mr. McDermott [More]
For the original soundtrack of Bolden, in theaters this spring, nine-time GRAMMY Award winner Wynton Marsalis faced a nearly impossible task: bring fellow trumpeter and New Orleanian Buddy Bolden, widely considered one of the fathers [More]
Recorded with Punch Miller, this album offers a mixed bag featuring Paul Barbarin‘s Band/Punch Miller’s Bunch & George Lewis . It’s worth acquiring for the Barbarin composition “The Second Line” alone, but offers much more. [More]
Charlie Shаvеrѕ, оnе оf thе greatest if most undеrrаtеd trumреtеrѕ of аll tіmе, wаѕ in hіѕ lаtе prime durіng thе реrіоd соvеrеd bу Cоmрlеtе Rесоrdіngѕ, Vоl. 3 аnd fоur оthеr vоlumеѕ of Lone Hіll Jаzz [More]
“Some of These Days” is a popular song, written and composed by Shelton Brooks, published in 1910, Wіllіаm T. Lеwіѕ (Junе 10, 1905, Clеburnе, Tеxаѕ – Jаnuаrу 13, 1971, Nеw York Cіtу) wаѕ an Amеrісаn [More]
The Wolverines (also Wolverine Orchestra, Wolverines Orchestra, The Original Wolverines) were an American jazz band. They were one of the most successful territory bands of the American Midwest in the 1920s. The Wolverine Orchestra first played at [More]
“This album has a WWI theme because the song selection was chosen for their popularity during the 19-teens. Many of the songs are timeless, like track 1, After You’ve Gone. Others have fallen into obscurity, [More]