“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]
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]
“Where There´s You, There´s Me” (Sigler, Goodhart, Hoffman). This song – taken from the film “The two Of Us” (1936) – only made the charts once and was only recorded by Fletcher Henderson this one [More]
Bob Wilber And The Tuxedo Big Band – Fletcher Henderson’s Unrecorded Arrangements For Benny Goodman Track listing: 00:00 Rose Of The Rio Grande 03:00 Blue (And Broken Hearted) 07:06 Song Of The Wanderer 10:26 Out [More]
Track listing: A1 Seven Come Eleven 0:00 A2 Soft Winds 2:47 A3 AC-DC Current 5:16 A4 Till Tom Special 8:03 A5 Gone With “What” Wind 11:04 A6 Six Appeal 14:29 A7 Gilly 17:49 A8 Waiting [More]
Fletcher Henderson And His Orchestra – Carolina Stomp Personnel: Coleman Hawkins – clarinet, tenor saxophone Louis Armstrong – cornet Elmer Chambers, Joe Smith – trumpet Charly Green – trombone Buster Baily – tenor saxophone Don [More]
“See See Rider”, also known as “C.C. Rider”, “See See Rider Blues” or “Easy Rider”, is a popular American 12-bar blues song, originally recorded by Gertrude “Ma” Rainey in 1924. The song uses mostly traditional [More]
“Rose Room”, also known as “In Sunny Roseland”, is a 1917 jazz standard, music by Art Hickman, lyrics by Harry Williams. It is almost always performed as an instrumental. Composed at a time when the [More]
Written by Charles Fulcher in the mid twenties. Became a modestly popular song and played by several other orchestras including Paul Whiteman and Fletcher Henderson.