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Johnny Hodges And Earl Hines / Encyclopedia Of Jazz All-Stars - C-Jam Blues / John Brown Blues Album

Johnny Hodges And Earl Hines / Encyclopedia Of Jazz All-Stars - C-Jam Blues / John Brown Blues Album Performer: Johnny Hodges And Earl Hines / Encyclopedia Of Jazz All-Stars
Title: C-Jam Blues / John Brown Blues
Style: East Coast Blues
Category: Jazz / Blues
Date of release: 1967
Size MP3: 1191 mb
Size FLAC: 1744 mb
Rating: 4.6

Tracklist

Encyclopedia Of Jazz All-StarsJohn Brown Blues
Johnny Hodges And Earl HinesC-Jam Blues

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
VK 10483Johnny Hodges And Earl Hines / Encyclopedia Of Jazz All-Stars Johnny Hodges And Earl Hines / Encyclopedia Of Jazz All-Stars - C-Jam Blues / John Brown Blues ‎(7", Single)Verve RecordsVK 104831967
VK 10483Johnny Hodges And Earl Hines / Encyclopedia Of Jazz All-Stars Johnny Hodges And Earl Hines / Encyclopedia Of Jazz All-Stars - C-Jam Blues / John Brown Blues ‎(7", Single, Promo)Verve RecordsVK 104831967
VK 10483Johnny Hodges, Earl Hines, Encyclopedia Of Jazz All-Stars Johnny Hodges, Earl Hines, Encyclopedia Of Jazz All-Stars - John Brown's Blues / C-Jam Blues ‎(7", Single)Verve RecordsVK 10483Unknown

Album

The Blues is an album recorded by American jazz saxophonist Johnny Hodges featuring performances recorded in 1952, 1953 and 1954 and released on the Norgran label. All compositions by Johnny Hodges except as indicated. Rosanne Glenn Osser, Edna Osser, Dick Manning - 3:06. Hodge-Podge Johnny Hodges, Duke Ellington - 3:33. Jappa - 3:49. Through for the Night Trummy Young - 3:14. From Leonard Feather's 1966 release Encyclopedia of Jazz in the 60's, Volume 1: The Blues -uploaded in HD at http. C Jam Blues. Johnny Hodges, Earl Hines. Ray formats Album CD CD Album CD Single CD Maxi Vinyl records LP 7 inchs 7 inchs SP 7 inchs EP 12 inchs 78 rpm 10 inchs DVD VHS Cassette Clothing T-Shirt Others. Featured items. Groove Revival 90s00s. Nu Soul, Modern Soul. Acid jazz. Groove Revival. Others Soul funk, RnB. Big Band, Ragtime. Jazz Classic. The flip side of the LP has material available elsewhere: Organist Jimmy Smith and guitarist Wes Montgomery playing OGD, Count Basie's Orchestra jamming Blues for Eileen and a rendition of C Jam Blues by a quintet co-led by pianist Earl Hines and altoist Johnny Hodges. Although this LP was allegedly supposed to focus on the blues, only three of the six songs are actually blues. Condition is VG to M-. All vinyl is visually graded and carefully shipped. We are vinyl collectors as well as sellers. We will not ship a record we would not put in our personal collections. Record may come in the original sleeve If not available the record will come in a new generic white sleeve. Please feel free to email with any questions. Image Unavailable. Johnny Hodges - C Jam Blues. On this page you can download song Earl Hines ft. Johnny Hodges - C Jam Blues in mp3 and listen online. Earl Hines , Johnny Hodges. Stride Right. American jazz saxophonist born 25 July 1906, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA died 11 May 1970, New York City, New York, USA. He played in Duke Ellington And His Orchestra for many years and had his own band between 1951 and 1955. Also performed on and off in several other jazz bands. Johnny Hodges And Earl Hines, Encyclopedia Of Jazz All-Stars. Johnny Hodges And Earl Hines, Encyclopedia Of Jazz All-Stars - C-Jam Blues, John Brown Blues Single. c-jam blues, john brown blues. Media : 7inch x 1. New or Used : used. Common information to all CD and LP - Music Web Service's sites. Search all items of JOHNNY HODGES & EARL HINES, ENCYCLOPEDIA OF J. Back to the listing. is the Music Guide dedicated to Groovy Music. Music Guide. All Artist Title Label. Browse by: Artists Labels Categories. C-Jam Blues, John Brown Blues from Johnny Hodges 1967 7inch. And other albums from Johnny Hodges are available on sale at of Jazz full title Leonard Feather Encyclopedia of Jazz in the Sixties Volume One: The Blues is an album released on the Verve label compiled by jazz journalist Leonard Feather featuring tracks which were recorded to accompany Feather's Encyclopedia of Jazz in the Sixties. The album features three tracks by the Encyclopedia of Jazz All Stars arranged and conducted by Oliver Nelson along with one track each by Jimmy Smith with Wes Montgomery, Count Basie and Johnny Hodges with Earl Hines

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Encyclopedia of Jazz. Jump to navigation Jump to search. album by Oliver Nelson. Encyclopedia of Jazz full title Leonard Feather Encyclopedia of Jazz in the Sixties Volume One: The Blues is an album released on the Verve label compiled by jazz journalist Leonard Feather featuring tracks which were recorded to accompany Feather's Encyclopedia of Jazz in the Sixties. The album features three tracks by the Encyclopedia of Jazz All Stars arranged. Johnny Hodges - alto saxophone. Earl Hines - piano. Kenny Burrell - guitar. Richard Davis - bass. The year record is probably 1954. Personnel: Earl Hines piano Dicky Wells trombone Mor. Woody Herman, Bobby Hackett Sextet & Quintet, Earl Hines Esquire. Storyville Presents The A-Z Jazz Encyclopedia-H. of Jazz, Vol. 5 - Джордж Гершвин. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Condition is VG to M-. All vinyl is visually graded and carefully shipped. We are vinyl collectors as well as sellers. We will not ship a record we would not put in our personal collections. Record may come in the original sleeve If not available the record will come in a new generic white sleeve. Please feel free to email with any questions. Image Unavailable. Listen to all Encyclopedia Of Jazz All-Stars songs and albums for free. C-Jam Blues - Johnny Hodges, Earl Hines, Encyclopedia Of Jazz All-Stars. Top Albums. Similar Artists. CLiGGO MUSICWEAR. An awesomely talented jazz alto saxophonist and band leader, best known for his standout work with Duke Ellington. Read Full Biography. Overview . Biography . Discography . Songs . He continued to record prolifically with musicians such as Wild Bill Davis, Earl Hines, and even one session with Lawrence Welk. Duke and Billy Strayhorn continued to write compositions and arrangements featuring Johnny's unique sound and talents leaving a wonderful legacy of recorded music for the enjoyment of successive generations of enthusiasts. He won the admiration of many saxophonists such as Ben Webster and even John Coltrane who played in one of the small groups in 1953-4 said that Johnny was always one of his favorite players. JOHNNY HODGES is a big band, popart songfolk, jump blues swing music artist. Johnny Hodges was one of the greatest alto saxophone players in the history of jazz - and an. Here's a run down of 50 of the Best Jazz Trumpeters Of All Time JazzAppreciationMonth 8. Are these the Top 10 Jazz Saxophonists of all time . The wonderful saxophone playing is courtesy of Johnny Hodges and Ben Webster. Ellington was so pleased with the record that he used theme tune for some of his radio shows in the 1940s. Sepia Panorama - Remastered - Take 1. Listen free to Johnny Hodges Jazz Heritage: Johnny Hodges Warm Valley, Madam Butterfly and more. 14 tracks 58:53

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