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This is an alphabetical list of notable jazz vocalists. Julie Dahle Aagård (born 1978). Mindi Abair (born 1969). Lorez Alexandria (1929-2001). Karrin Allyson (born 1963). Ernestine Anderson (1928-2016). Ivie (Ivy) Anderson (1904–1949). Ernie Andrews (born 1927). Julie Andrews (born 1935). Frida Ånnevik (born 1984). Laurie Antonioli (born 1958). Louis Armstrong (1901–1971). Tone Åse (born 1965). Kristin Asbjørnsen (born 1971). Fred Astaire (1899–1987).
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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.
All the artists in the following list of The 25 Best Male Jazz Singers Of All Time have got it, but their talents are tremendously varied. Some croon mellifluously, others scat and spin melodies out of thin air like an improvising bebop horn player. This legendary blues belter from Oklahoma City was renowned for his powerful stentorian delivery as well as his dynamic vocal range, which could rise from a gravelly baritone to a silky tenor. Though he was short and portly – his nickname was Mr Five By Five, which alluded to his purported height and girth – Rushing was a giant among blues-influenced jazz vocalists and made his name singing with Count Basie’s big band between 1935 and 1950. One of jazz’s unsung crooners, go-raised Hartman boasted an orotund, honey-coated voice whose caressing opulence was ideally suited to romantic ballads.
That's All There Is, There Ain't No More
The Coon-Sanders Nighthawks
Everything Is Hotsy-Totsy Now
The Coon-Sanders Nighthawks
I'm Gonna Gitcha
Lil Hardin Armstrong / Lil Hardin
That's My Weakness Now
Bud Green / Sam H. Stept
Louis Armstrong / Harry Brooks / Andy Razaf / Fats Waller
Stars Fell on Alabama
Mitchell Parish / Frank Perkins
The Isle of Capri
Will Grosz / Jimmy Kennedy
I'm Crazy 'Bout My Baby
Fats Waller & His Rhythm
The Hi-De-Ho Miracle Man
Cab Calloway / Battle Thomas
Cab Calloway & His Orchestra
Sent for You Yesterday and Here You Come Today
Count Basie / Eddie Durham / Jimmy Rushing
Count Basie Orchestra
The Flat Foot Floogie
Slim Gaillard / Bud Green / Rev. E. Stewart / Slam Stewart
Slim & Slam
Roll 'Em Pete
Pete Johnson / Big Joe Turner
Big Joe Turner
I Thought I Heard Buddy Bolden Say
Jelly Roll Morton
Jelly Roll Morton
A Chicken Ain't Nothin' But a Bird
Emmet "Babe" Wallace
Clifford R. Burwell / Mitchell Parish
Nat King Cole
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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