Jazz Me Blues - Jack Teagarden, Louis Armstrong - Jack Teagarden 1945-1951 (Vinyl, LP)


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Label: Jump (6) - J12-4 • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: US • Genre: Jazz •


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9 thoughts on “ Jazz Me Blues - Jack Teagarden, Louis Armstrong - Jack Teagarden 1945-1951 (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Mis'ry And The Blues on Discogs. Label: Verve Records - V • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Swing, Dixieland/5(5).
  2. Jack Teagarden - Meet Me Where They Play The Blues - catnaphenisibchond.lanmanebonvibuwonkayclapcomzeitan.co Music # in Swing Jazz (CDs & Vinyl) # in Dixieland Jazz # in Traditional Jazz & Ragtime out of 5 stars TEAGARDEN - MEET ME WHERE THEY PLAY THE BLUES, worth it for that song alone! Reviewed in the United States on February 4, /5(12).
  3. Synopsis The emergence of Jack Teagarden as an important jazz stylist was a significant feature of the 20s jazz scene. He brought a maturity to the sound of the trombone and until late in his life played with a laconic grace that few, if any, on his instrument have equaled. His collaboration /5(6).
  4. Jazz Maverick and all but the last tune of The Dixie Sound Of Jack Teagarden are on disc three. Disc four starts off with the final tune of that album, followed by the ten tunes on A Portrait Of Mr. T and five unissued songs from the same session.
  5. Dec 05,  · The "live" recordings made at the remarkable Louis Armstrong All Stars, and of which you'll read more in these pages, were later issued on LP, and they show Jack's art succinctly. Here was Teagarden, mind you, on stage with Armstrong, and Armstrong was the kind of performer who needed only to walk in front of an audience to gain its full.
  6. My Dad’s devotion to Jack Teagarden did ultimately benefit me as he gave into my teenage pleadings to attend the Newport Jazz Festival [NJF] in July, after he found out that “Big T” would be there as part of a birthday celebration for Louis Armstrong.
  7. This release presents two complete long unavailable albums by the extraordinary trombonist and vocalist Jack Teagarden: This Is Teagarden! (Capitol T), which finds him playing and singing standards backed by a large orchestra, and Chicago and All That Jazz (Verve V), which reunited Teagarden with a myrad of swing stars.
  8. Up a Lazy River -- Jack Teagarden and his All Stars, Club Hangover, 5/7/55 Big T and Wingy Blues -- Eddie Condon Jam Session, Jack Teagarden catnaphenisibchond.lanmanebonvibuwonkayclapcomzeitan.co3 Back O’Town Blues -- Louis Armstrong All Stars, Baby Won’t You Please Come Home -- Eddie Condon Swing All-Stars, St. James Infirmary Blues -- Jack Teagarden All Stars, Club.

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