Track listing: A1 I Gotta Right to Sing the Blues 0:00 A2 Ain´tcha Glad 3:11 A3 Texas Tea Party 6:39 A4 Dr. Heckle and Mr. Jibe 10:01 B1 Basin Street Blues 13:28 B2 Beale Street [More]
“Rockin’ Chair” is a 1929 popular song with music composed by Hoagy Carmichael. Musically it is unconventional, as after the B section when most popular songs return to A, this song has an A-B-C-A1 structure. [More]
Rесоrdеd аt thе Rоundtаblе nіghtсlub іn New Yоrk Cіtу on July 1, 1959, thіѕ реrfоrmаnсе mаrkеd the bеgіnnіng оf a nеw, реnultіmаtе phase of Jасk Teagarden‘s rесоrdіng career. Hіѕ Cаріtоl Records contract having ended thе [More]
Trombonist Jасk Teagarden‘s Vеrvе recordings, hіѕ lаѕt bаtсh of ѕtudіо ѕіdеѕ, hаvе tеndеd to bе underrated. Tеаgаrdеn was асtuаllу ѕtіll іn рrіmе fоrm up untіl thе tіmе оf his unеxресtеd dеаth іn еаrlу 1964. Fоr [More]
Track listing: ARTIE SHAW & HIS ORCHESTRA 1. Nightmare 2. Table D’Hote 3. I Have Eyes 4. Shoot The Likker To Me, John Boy JACK TEAGARDEN & HIS ORCHESTRA 5. Two Sleepy People 6. Medley: [More]
In 1961, shortly after filming the television special Chicago and All That Jazz (hosted by Gary Moore and featuring brief appearances by many of the alumni of the 1920s Chicago jazz scene), Eddie Condon had [More]
AllMusic Review by Bruce Eder: Shades of Night opened something of a new chapter in Jack Teagarden’s career, involving him in a concept album whose existence and recording owed itself to the new technology of [More]
“I Surrender Dear” is a song composed by Harry Barris with lyrics by Gordon Clifford. It was first performed by Bing Crosby and became his first solo hit. It has been covered by a large [More]
“At The Jazz Band Ball” (N. LaRocca – L. Shields). Bud Freeman and His Famous Chicagoans (July 23, 1940). Personnel: Max Kaminsky – trumpet Jack Teagarden – trombone Pee Wee Russell – clarinet Bud Freeman – [More]
RARE OLDIES SOUNDIES WITH MR JACK TEAGARDEN & HIS ALL STARS !!! Jack Teagarden was a trombone player, singer, and band leader whose career spanned from the 1920s territory and New York jazz scenes to [More]