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Various Artists - The Legendary Male Vocalists of Jazz: 1925-1940 flac album

Various Artists - The Legendary Male Vocalists of Jazz: 1925-1940 flac album
  • Performer: Various Artists
  • Title: The Legendary Male Vocalists of Jazz: 1925-1940
  • Genre: Jazz
  • Style: Early Jazz,Harmony Vocal Group,Tin Pan Alley Pop,Vaudeville,Vocal Pop
  • Date of release: September 2, 2003
  • MP3 size: 1786 mb
  • FLAC size 1279 mb
  • Formats WAV MMF VOC APE MP3 DMF
  • Duration: 01:00:55

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Howard and Malvin showcase some of the greatest male jazz vocalists in history. Повторите попытку позже. Опубликовано: 30 сент. 2017 г. Howard and Malvin showcase some of the greatest male jazz vocalists in history. Sit back and check out the Jazz Vocalist greats of yesteryear and today.

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 That's All There Is, There Ain't No More The Coon-Sanders Nighthawks 2:42
2 Everything Is Hotsy-Totsy Now The Coon-Sanders Nighthawks 3:09
3 I'm Gonna Gitcha Lil Hardin Armstrong / Lil Hardin Louis Armstrong 2:44
4 Skid-Dat-De-Dat Lil Hardin Louis Armstrong 3:05
5 That's My Weakness Now Bud Green / Sam H. Stept Rhythm Boys 3:02
6 Ain't Misbehavin' Louis Armstrong / Harry Brooks / Andy Razaf / Fats Waller Louis Armstrong 3:12
7 Basin Street Blues Spencer Williams Ray Charles 3:12
8 I've Found a Million Dollar Baby Bing Crosby 3:01
9 Nobody's Sweetheart Ernie Erdman / Gus Kahn / Billy Meyers / Elmer Schoebel The Mills Brothers 2:28
10 How'm I Doin' Don Redman 2:55
11 Some of These Days Shelton Brooks Bing Crosby 2:35
12 Stars Fell on Alabama Mitchell Parish / Frank Perkins Jack Teagarden 2:56
13 The Isle of Capri Will Grosz / Jimmy Kennedy Wingy Manone 3:07
14 I'm Crazy 'Bout My Baby Fats Waller & His Rhythm 2:18
15 The Hi-De-Ho Miracle Man Cab Calloway / Battle Thomas Cab Calloway & His Orchestra 3:16
16 Sent for You Yesterday and Here You Come Today Count Basie / Eddie Durham / Jimmy Rushing Count Basie Orchestra 2:53
17 The Flat Foot Floogie Slim Gaillard / Bud Green / Rev. E. Stewart / Slam Stewart Slim & Slam 2:49
18 Roll 'Em Pete Pete Johnson / Big Joe Turner Big Joe Turner 2:49
19 I Thought I Heard Buddy Bolden Say Jelly Roll Morton Jelly Roll Morton 3:13
20 A Chicken Ain't Nothin' But a Bird Emmet "Babe" Wallace Louis Jordan 2:35
21 Sweet Lorraine Clifford R. Burwell / Mitchell Parish Nat King Cole 2:54

Credits:

Sam Allen - Piano
Lil Armstrong - Piano
Lil Hardin Armstrong - Composer
Louis Armstrong - Composer, Cornet, Primary Artist, Vocals
Herman Autrey - Trumpet
Harry Barris - Vocals
Count Basie - Composer, Piano
Count Basie Orchestra - Primary Artist
Ray Bauduc - Drums
Sidney Bechet - Sax (Soprano)
Bix Beiderbecke - Cornet
Larry Binyon - Flute (Tenor)
Gil Bowers - Piano
Wellman Braud - Bass
Pete Briggs - Tuba
Harry Brooks - Composer
Shelton Brooks - Composer
Deborah Brown - Drums, Vocals
Clifford R. Burwell - Composer
Garvin Bushell - Clarinet (Alto)
Happy Caldwell - Tenor (Vocal)
Cab Calloway - Composer, Vocals
Cab Calloway & His Orchestra - Primary Artist
Mancy Carr - Banjo
Ray Charles - Primary Artist
Shirley Clay - Trumpet
Buck Clayton - Trumpet
Nat King Cole - Piano, Primary Artist, Vocals
Rupert Cole - Alto
Shad Collins - Trumpet
The Coon-Sanders Nighthawks - Primary Artist
Bing Crosby - Primary Artist, Vocals
Langston Curl - Trumpet
Bert Curry - Alto
Sidney DeParis - Trumpet
Carroll Dickerson - Violin
Pompey Dobson - Drums
Johnny Dodds - Clarinet
Eddie Durham - Composer, Guitar, Trombone
Harry "Sweets" Edison - Trumpet
Ernie Erdman - Composer
Pops Estep - Tuba
Herschel Evans - Clarinet (Tenor)
Slim Gaillard - Composer, Guitar, Vocals
Benny Goodman - Clarinet
Harry Goodman - Bass
Bud Green - Composer
Freddie Green - Guitar
Will Grosz - Composer
Bill Haid - Banjo
Lil Hardin - Composer
Lennie Hayton & His Orchestra - Performer
Horace Henderson - Piano
Milt Hinton - Bass
Homer Hobson - Trumpet
Kenneth Hollon - Tenor (Vocal)
Edward Inge - Alto
Manzie Johnson - Drums
Pete Johnson - Composer
Pete Johnson & His Boogie Woogie Boys - Piano
Claude Jones - Trombone
Jo Jones - Drums
Slick Jones - Drums
Louis Jordan - Primary Artist
Gus Kahn - Composer
Jimmy Kennedy - Composer
Orville Knapp - Clarinet (Tenor)
Gene Krupa - Drums
Nappy Lamare - Guitar
Ed Lewis - Trumpet
Lawrence Lucie - Guitar
Wingy Manone - Primary Artist, Trumpet, Vocals
Walter Martin - Drums
Matty Matlock - Clarinet
Leroy Maxey - Drums
Billy Meyers - Composer
Art Miller - Bass
The Mills Brothers - Group, Primary Artist
Donald Mills - Group Member, Vocals
Harry Mills - Group Member, Vocals
Herbert Mills - Group Member, Vocals
Dan Minor - Trombone
Oscar Moore - Guitar
Benny Morton - Trombone
Jelly Roll Morton - Composer, Piano, Primary Artist, Vocals
Nick Mussolini - Trombone
Nat Natoli - Trumpet
Albert Nicholas - Clarinet
Kid Ory - Trombone
Walter Page - Bass
Mitchell Parish - Composer
Benny Payne - Piano
Frank Perkins - Composer
Wesley Prince - Bass
Herb Quigley - Drums
Irving "Mouse" Randolph - Trumpet
Andy Razaf - Composer
Casper Reardon - Harp
Don Redman - Alto, Primary Artist, Vocals
Talcott Reeves - Banjo
Rhythm Boys - Primary Artist
Al Rinker - Vocals
Fred Robinson - Trombone
Jimmy Rushing - Composer, Vocals
Joe Sanders - Piano, Vocals
Elmer Schoebel - Composer
Arthur Schutt - Piano
Gene Sedric - Clarinet (Tenor)
Terry Shand - Piano
Zutty Singleton - Drums
Slim & Slam - Primary Artist
Johnny St. Cyr - Banjo
Sam H. Stept - Composer
Rev. E. Stewart - Composer
Slam Stewart - Bass, Composer, Vocals
Sid Stoneburn - Alto
Jimmy Strong - Clarinet (Tenor)
Charlie Teagarden - Trumpet
Jack Teagarden - Primary Artist, Trombone, Vocals
John Thiell - Clarinet (Alto)
Arnold Thomas - Piano
Battle Thomas - Composer
Walter Thomas - Clarinet (Tenor)
Frankie Trumbauer - Sax (C-Melody)
Big Joe Turner - Composer, Primary Artist
Charles Turner - Bass
Emmet "Babe" Wallace - Composer
Fats Waller - Composer, Piano, Vocals
Fats Waller & His Rhythm - Primary Artist
Earle Warren - Alto
Jack Washington - Alto, Baritone
Ben Webster - Clarinet (Tenor)
Ruby Weinstein - Trumpet
Crawford Wethington - Alto
De Priest Wheeler - Trombone
Morris White - Guitar
Paul Whiteman Orchestra - Performer
Courtney Williams - Trumpet
Spencer Williams - Composer
Lammar Wright, Jr. - Trumpet
Scott Yanow - Liner Notes
Lester Young - Clarinet (Tenor)
Bob Ysaguirre - Tuba
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