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The Horn - Ben Webster - Cottontail: The Best Of Ben Webster 1931-194

Download The Horn - Ben Webster - Cottontail: The Best Of Ben Webster 1931-194
Label: ASV - CD AJA 5152,ASV Living Era - CD AJA 5152 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: UK • Genre: Jazz, Blues •


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7 thoughts on “ The Horn - Ben Webster - Cottontail: The Best Of Ben Webster 1931-194 ”

  1. Zoloshakar says:
    Ben And Buck: Ben Webster & Buck Clayton (t) tracks: C Jam Blues All Of Me My Romance Our Love Is Here To Stay Avalon Sweet Georgia Brown Chelsea Bridge Danny Boy How High The Moon I Can't Get Started How Long Has This Been Going On Bb Blues.
  2. Kazimuro says:
    Covering the tenor great's stretch over the course of 24 tracks, Best of Ben Webster takes in several of his crucial sides with Bennie Moten and Duke Ellington ("Cottontail," "All Too Soon"). In addition, the collection contains numbers featuring Count Basie, Billie Holiday 8/
  3. Vudonris says:
    This CD is a collection of classic melodies from the repertoire of Ben Webster’s famous employer of many years, Duke Ellington. (STVSTCD) en-GB hardcore.sailasaxewalkerkazijar.infoinfo uses cookies and other tracking technologies to give you the best possible experience.
  4. Akinosar says:
    trumpet, grew up in New Orleans, King Oliver became his mentor, moved to Chicago, moved to NY, moved back to Chicago, to record Hot 5's and Hot 7's influenced rhythm (swing) double time (twice as many notes played) sound (power and projection) range (surpassed normal range) vibrato, improvisation of solos, scat singing, gave us new rhythm and delivery system.
  5. Zulkit says:
    DON'T BOOKMARK THIS PAGE: we are moving the site and there is a more recent version of this page. Solo transcriptions This page lists solo transcriptions that are available somewhere on the Internet. The list also includes solos for flute, clarinet and EWI. There are tons of books that feature transcribed solos, but why should.
  6. Dot says:
    Oct 31,  · Scheduling conflicts at Shelly’s were compounded by the fact that Stan Levey was still traveling often as a member of Peggy Lee’s trio, so the two-big-men-of-Jazz reunion gig never happened and Ben went back to New York and eventually formed the quartet that Stanley Dance described in this essay/interview about Benjamin Francis Webster (March 27, – September 20, ) which .
  7. Gukinos says:
    Duke Ellington. Edward Kennedy "Duke" Ellington (April 29, – May 24, ) was an American composer, pianist, and big-band leader. Ellington wrote over 1, compositions.

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