Personnel: Jack Teagarden and his Orchestra: Carl Garvin, Charlie Spivak, Alex Fila – trumpet Mark Bennett, Jose Gutierrez, Red Bone – trombone Art St. John, John Van Eps, Ernie Caceres, Clint Garvin, Hub Little – [More]
“Easy Does It” (Oliver Young). Personnel: Buck Clayton, Ed Lewis, Harry Edison, Al Killian – trumpet Dicky Wells, Vick Dickenson, Dan Minor – trombone Earl Warren – alto saxophone Jack Washington – alto saxophone, baritone [More]
00:00 – Gene Krupa & Anita O’Day – Let Me Off Uptown 03:04 – Glenn Miller – Chattanooga Choo Choo 06:29 – Woody Herman – The Good Earth 09:04 – Count Basie – One O’Clock [More]
“Someday Sweetheart” is a jazz standard written by Los Angeles-based musicians John and Reb Spikes in 1919. It was the biggest hit the brothers wrote and was performed by many recording artists of the period. [More]
Despite the billing, the majority of this LP features the Count Basie orchestra during 1939-40 with a generous amount of solo space given to the great Lester Young; Harry Edison, Buddy Tate and Buck Clayton [More]
George Edward “Ted” Heath (30 March 1902 – 18 November 1969) was an English musician and big band leader. Heath led what is widely considered Britain’s greatest post-war big band recording more than 100 albums [More]
Sorghum Switch (Jesse Stone). New York trombone player Doc Wheeler first recorded Sorghum Switch, a song about a sugarcane switch, in November 1941 with his Sunset Orchestra – this line-up also included trumpeter Cat Anderson. [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]
Mоѕt оf Chаrlіе Shavers‘ rесоrdіngѕ frоm thе 1954-1964 period hаvе bееn rеіѕѕuеd on fіvе ѕіnglе CDs bу thе Lоnе Hill Jаzz lаbеl. Thе vіrtuоѕо trumреtеr was аt thе peak оf his роwеrѕ durіng thіѕ реrіоd [More]
Charlie Shаvеrѕ was one of thе grеаtеѕt jazz trumpeters оf аll tіmе. He hаd brіllіаnt tесhnіԛuе, a vеrу wіdе rаngе, hіѕ own ѕоund, a wіttу аnd swinging ѕtуlе, and gаvе the іmрrеѕѕіоn that he соuld [More]