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Booker Coleman - Swings Dixie Jazz download mp3
Title:
Swings Dixie Jazz
Performer:
Booker Coleman
Style:
Dixieland
MP3 album size:
1324 mb
Other formats:
ASF XM APE VQF AC3 MOD APE
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Rating:
4.9 ✪

A1 Sweet Georgia Brown A2 Back Home In Indiana A3 St. Louis Blues B1 Back O' Town Blues B2 Four Or Five Times B3 Beale Street Blues.

The Hawk Swings is a latter-day studio album from legendary tenor saxophonist Coleman Hawkins. Recorded in 1960, the album is a great example of the Hawk's swinging, mainstream jazz style and shows how vital the swing-era style remained well into the modern jazz era. Joining Hawkins here is an adept ensemble including trumpeter Thad Jones and vibraphonist Eddie Costa, who both bring a spirited and youthful bop-influenced sound to the proceedings.

Take a look at our list of the top 50 jazz albums of all time and find out if your personal collection comprises of any of the best ever jazz albums. John Coltrane – Blue Train 9. Miles Davis – Bitches Brew 8. Sonny Rollins – Saxophone Colossus 7. Cannonball Adderley – Somethin’ Else 6. Charles Mingus – The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady 5. Ornette Coleman – The Shape of Jazz to Come 4. Charles Mingus – Mingus Ah Um 3. Dave Brubeck Quartet – Time Out 2. John Coltrane – A Love Supreme 1. Miles Davis – Kind of Blue.

Booker Little is an album by American jazz trumpeter Booker Little featuring performances recorded in 1960 for the Time label. The CD re-release entitled Booker Little: Complete Quartet Recordings added six bonus tracks recorded in 1958.

Ornette Coleman: Beauty Is a Rare Thing. Coleman Hawkins: Body and Soul. x. Coleman Hawkins: The Stanley Dance Sessions.

Los Angeles Lakers Center Roy Hibbert and Utah Jazz Forward Trevor Booker had themselves a little tiff during their teams’ second preseason game of the year last night, and the result was Booker throwing a punch directly at Hibbert’s face. Here’s what lead to the skirmis. IGHT! pi. witter. Rob Perez (d Wide Wob) October 7, 2015. Memo to Trevor Booker and/or anyone who ever plans on swinging at Roy Hibbert: If he laughs at you after you connect,

Criteria: These Jazz Albums were chosen to showcase the artists musical vision through their originality, influence, instrumental quality and creative inspiration. or albums by those artists who were primarily jazz vocalists

Put Out the Light, from album: James Booker - Junco Partner, 1993. Rockin' Pneumonia & The Boogie Woogie Flu, from album: Gonzo: James Booker Live 1976. Sixty Minute Man, from album: Carnegie Hall IN Hamburg, 1976. Slowly But Surely, from album: The Piano Prince of New Orleans, 1976. Something Stupid, from album: New Orleans Piano Wizard: Live!, 1977. St. James Infirmary, from album: 1993. Tell Me How Do You Feel, from album: New Orleans Piano Wizard: Live!, 1977. Tico Tico, from album: Spiders on the Keys: Live at the Maple Leaf Bar, 1993

Tracklist

A1 Sweet Georgia Brown
A2 Back Home In Indiana
A3 St. Louis Blues
B1 Back O' Town Blues
B2 Four Or Five Times
B3 Beale Street Blues

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Capitol Records

Credits

  • Clarinet – Odgen Thompson
  • Co-producer – Herman Woodcock, Jim Johnson , Richard Looney
  • Design – Lika & Razel Associates, Inc.
  • Drums – Fred Radcliffe
  • Photography By – George De Vincent
  • Piano – Booker Coleman
  • Producer – Paul Culp
  • Trombone – Walter "Slide" Harris*
  • Trumpet – Kenny Fulcher
  • Violin – Van Perry

Notes

Recorded live in Washington, D.C.

Yellow labels.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runoff - Side A): - KB-662-N1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runoff - Side B): - KB-663-N1