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Crazy Nine - Part I - Eddie Morrison & Buddy Tate Sextet - The Madison Beat (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Ray Bryant • The Madison Time & A Hollywood Jazz Beat Although he could always play bop, Ray Bryant's playing combined together older elements (including blues, boogie-woogie, gospel, and even stride) into a distinctive, soulful, and swinging style; no one played "After Hours" quite like him.
  2. Buddy Rich Sextet (2) Buddy Scott (1) Buddy Tate (9) Buddy Terry (1) Bukka White (3) Bumble Bee Slim (1) Bunky Green (1) Bunny Berigan (1) Bustan Abraham (12) Butch Baldassari (4) Byrdie Green (7) Byron Lee & The Dragonaires (3) Byther Smith (1) Byzantine (5) C. J. Chenier (5) C.J. Chenier (1) Cab Calloway (8) Caculinha (2) Caetano Veloso (2.
  3. Nov 16,  · EDDIE CHAMBLEE - LONG GONE, PT.2 Thompson, Simpkins p BUDDY TATE - BLOWIN AWHILE Unknown p BUDDY TATE - BLUE CREEK HOP Unknown p His first recordings were made in June , for Miracle Records, as part of a three-sax sextet under the leadership of one Dick Davis. (These were the first recordings.
  4. THE ACES Louis Myers born 18 September , Byhalia, Ms. Died 5 September , Chicago, Il. Bordeaux(F), 4 December
  5. Milton Delugg • Add-A-Part Jazz And You Biography Best known for his stint as bandleader for the infamous game show The Gong Show, composer and arranger Milton Delugg was born in Los Angeles on December 2,
  6. VARIOUS Newport In New York ' The Jam Sessions, Vol. 1 ( Dutch 2-track vinyl LP, with a line-up including Cat Anderson, Milt Buckner, Buddy Tate, Charles Mingus and more, recorded live at Radio City Music Hall on July 6th , featurin g two lengthy jams on Jumpin' At The Woodside and Jimmy Owens' Lo-Slo Bluze (who also stars on trumpet.
  7. Jul 27,  · In October , Ellis traveled to Poland to take part in the Jazz Jamboree in Warsaw; his quartet performance was partially documented on a Polish-only inch EP. Ellis chronicled his experience in an article called Warsaw Diary, which was printed in the January 3rd, issue of Down Beat magazine.[4].
  8. THE HISTORY OF “TOP 40” SAXOPHONE SOLOS. Rock & Roll Saxophone-foreword by Scott Page, was published in Contemporary Saxophone-foreword by Ernie Watts and preface Jay Davidson, was published in followed by the 2nd edition of Rock & Roll Saxophone in

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