“On December 28, 1928 (his 25th birthday and six weeks before the Saint Valentine’s Day Massacre), the always-immaculate Hines opened at Chicago’s Grand Terrace Cafe leading his own big band, the pinnacle of jazz ambition [More]
Swingin’ the ’20s is an album by saxophonist Benny Carter’s Quartet with pianist Earl Hines, recorded in 1958 and released on the Contemporary label. “Combining altoist Benny Carter with pianist Earl Hines in a quartet [More]
“Stardust” (Carmichael-Parish). “Charlie Shavers shared with Harry James, the ability to play emotionally and with unsurpassed technique at the same time. This version of Stardust comes from a Keynote session in 1944 with Earl Hines. [More]
“Sweet Lorraine” (Cliff Burwell, Mitchell Parish). From the album “Benny Carter’s Quartet – Swingin’ the ’20s” (1958). Personnel: Benny Carter – alto saxophone, trumpet Earl Hines – piano Leroy Vinnegar – double bass Shelly Manne – [More]
Track listing: 1 Snappy Rhythm 2:55 2 I Never Dreamt 3:01 3 Chicago 3:09 4 Night Life In Pompeii 3:06 5 Night Life In Pompeii 2:59 6 Japanese Sandman 3:16 7 Rhythm Business 2:52 8 [More]
Sidney Bechet & The New Orleans Feetwarmers Sidney Bechet Vol. 2 Joker sm 3572 Italy 1974 Track listing: 00:00 A1 Blues For You Johnny 02:54 A2 Ain’t Missbehavin’ 1 05:52 A3 Ain’t Missbehavin’ 2 08:47 [More]
“G.T.Stomp” (Earl Hines) Earl Hines and His Orchestra (1939). Earl Hines – piano, bandleader.
Earl Hines piano – I Ain’t Got Nobody (1928) Earl Hines – piano  
Fireworks Composed by Claence Williams and Spencer Williams Louis Armstrong and His Hot Five Recorded July 27, 1928 Okeh 41078 July 27, 1928 Louis Armstrong (trumpet), Fred Robinson (trombone), Jimmy Strong (clarinet), Earl Hines (piano), [More]