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Various - Eddie Condon's World Of Jazz mp3
Interprète: Various
Titre: Eddie Condon's World Of Jazz
Publié sur: 1973
Label: CBS
Pays: Canada
Catalogue #: S2BP 220142
Genre: Jazz
Classement: 4.1
Votes: 362
Formats: 2 × Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Mono, Gatefold
Taille du MP3: 2922 mb

Tracklist

1Mills Merry MakersFarewell Blues
Banjo – Dick Morgan Bass [String Bass] – Harry GoodmanClarinet – Matty MatlockDrums – Ray BauducFeaturing – Jack TeagardenPiano – Vic BreidisTenor Saxophone – Larry BinyonTrombone – Jack TeagardenTrumpet – Charles Teagarden, Ruby WeinsteinWritten-By – E. Schoenbel, L. Rappolo, P. Mares
2:48
2Johnny Green And His OrchestraEasy Come, Easy Go
Bass [String Bass], Trombone, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Violin [2 Violins], Guitar, Drums – Unknown ArtistClarinet – Benny GoodmanFeaturing – Lee WileyPiano – Johnny GreenTrumpet – Manny Klein, Unknown ArtistVocals – Lee WileyWritten-By – E. Heyman, J. W. Green
3:05
3The Charleston ChasersRed Hair And Freckles
Bass [String Bass] – Joe TartoClarinet – Fud LivingstonDrums – Stan KingFeaturing – Miff MolePiano – Arthur SchuttTrombone – Miff MoleTrumpet – Leo McConville, Phil NapoleonWritten-By – Dietz, Deppen
2:43
4Eddie Condon And His OrchestraThe Eel
Bass [String Bass] – Artie BernsteinClarinet – Pee Wee RussellDrums – Sid CatlettFeaturing – Bud FreemanGuitar – Eddie CondonPiano – Alex HillTenor Saxophone – Bud FreemanTrombone – Floyd O'BrienTrumpet – Max KaminskyWritten-By – B. Freeman
3:03
5Jack Bland's RhythmakersShine On Your Shoes
Banjo – Eddie CondonBass [String Bass] – Pops FosterClarinet – Pee Wee RussellDrums – Zutty SingletonFeaturing – Henry AllenGuitar – Jack BlandPiano – Frank FroebaTenor Saxophone – Happy CaldwellTrombone – Tommy DorseyTrumpet – Henry AllenVocals – Chick BullockWritten-By – H. Dietz - A. Schwartz
3:02
6The Rhythm WreckersMarie
Bass [String Bass, Possibly] – Francis Palmer Clarinet – Irving FazolaCornet – Muggsy SpanierDrums [Possibly] – Graham StevensonFeaturing – Muggsy SpanierVocals – Danny Stewart Written-By – I. Berlin
2:39
7Mezz Mezzrow And His OrchestraDissonance
Bass [String Bass] – Pops FosterClarinet, Tenor Saxophone, Arranged By – Mezz MezzrowDrums – Jack MaiselFeaturing – Mezz MezzrowGuitar – Jack SunshinePiano – Teddy WilsonTenor Saxophone – Johnny RussellTrombone – Floyd O'BrienTrumpet – Ben Gusick, Freddy Goodman, Max KaminskyTrumpet, Alto Saxophone – Benny CarterWritten-By – M. Mezzrow
2:50
8Bunny Berigan And His OrchestraThat Foolish Feeling
Bass [String Bass] – Mort StuhlmakerClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Toots MondelloDrums – George WettlingFeaturing – Bunny BeriganGuitar – Eddie CondonPiano – Joe BushkinTenor Saxophone – Babe RussinTrombone – Red JessupTrumpet – Bunny BeriganWritten-By – Adamson, McHugh
2:48
9Eddie Condon QuartetIndiana
Banjo, Vocals – Eddie CondonClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Frank TeschemacherDrums – Gene KrupaFeaturing – Frank TeschemacherPiano – Joe SullivanWritten-By – B. MacDonald, J. F. Hanley
2:56
10Vic Berton And His OrchestraA Smile Will Go A Long, Long Way
Bass [String Bass] – Merrill KleinBass Saxophone – Spencer Clark Clarinet – Matty MatlockDrums – Vic BertonFeaturing – Sterling BoseGuitar, Arranged By – Darrell CalkerPiano – Irving BrodskyTrombone – Artie FosterTrumpet – Sterling BoseWritten-By – B. Davis, H. Akst
2:55
11Frankie Trumbauer And His OrchestraKrazy Cat
Alto Saxophone – Bobby Davis Arranged By – Fud LivingstonBass Saxophone – Adrian RolliniClarinet, Baritone Saxophone – Don Murray Cornet – Bix BeiderbeckeDrums – Chauncey MorehouseFeaturing – Bix BeiderbeckeGuitar – Eddie LangPiano – Frank SignorelliSaxophone [C-Melody] – Frankie TrumbauerTrombone – Bill RankViolin – Joe VenutiWritten-By – Trumbauer
2:56
12Sidney Bechet And His OrchestraChant In The Night
Baritone Saxophone – Ernie CaceresBass [String Bass] – Ed RobinsonDrums – Zutty SingletonElectric Guitar – Leonard WareFeaturing – Ernie Caceres, Sidney BechetPiano – Dave BowmanSoprano Saxophone – Sidney BechetWritten-By – S. Bechet
2:22
13Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraJust A Gigolo
Alto Recorder – Marvin JohnsonAlto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Leader – Les HiteBass [String Bass] – Joe BaileyClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Charlie Jones Drums, Vibraphone – Lionel HamptonFeaturing – Louis ArmstrongGuitar – Bill Perkins Piano – Henry PrinceTrombone – Luther CravenTrumpet – George Orendorff, Harold ScottTrumpet, Vocals – Louis ArmstrongWritten-By – I. Caesar, J. Brammer, L. Casucci
3:17
14The RhythmakersThe Yellow Dog Blues
Banjo – Eddie CondonBass [String Bass] – Pops FosterClarinet – Jimmy LordDrums – Zutty SingletonFeaturing – Fats WallerPiano – Fats WallerTenor Saxophone – Pee-Wee RussellTrumpet – Henry AllenVocals – Billy Banks Written-By – W. C. Handy
3:21
15The Spirits Of RhythmI Got Rhythm
Drums, Vocals – Virgil ScrogginsGuitar – Teddy BunnTiple, Vocals – Douglas Daniels, Leo Watson, Wilbur DanielsWritten-By – I. Gershwin - G. Gershwin
2:58
16Harry James And His OrchestraWrap You Troubles In Dreams
Alto Saxophone – Dave Matthews Baritone Saxophone – Harry CarneyBass [String Bass] – Thurman TeagueDrums – Dave ToughFeaturing – Jess StacyPiano – Jess StacyTenor Saxophone – Arthur RolliniTrombone – Vernon BrownTrumpet – Harry James , Ziggy ElmanWritten-By – H. Barris, T. Koehler
2:57
17Hot-Lips Page And His OrchestraSt. James Infirmary
Bass [String Bass] – Carl Wilson Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Joe Evans Drums – Sticks EvansFeaturing – Hot-Lips PagePiano – Bill SpooncerTenor Saxophone – George Nicholas Trombone – Alfred OutcaltTrumpet – Hot Lips PageWritten-By – J. Primrose
3:01
18Mound City Blues BlowersFirehouse Blues
Banjo, Vocals – Eddie CondonDrums, Vocals – Gene KrupaFeaturing – Red McKenzieGuitar, Vocals – Jack BlandKazoo [Comb], Vocals – Red McKenzieWritten-By – R. McKenzie
2:51
19Bing CrosbyStay On The Right Side, Sister
Accompanied By – The Dorsey Brothers And Their OrchestraBass [String Bass] – Artie BernsteinClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Jimmy DorseyDrums – Stan KingFeaturing – Bing CrosbyGuitar – Dick McDonoughPiano – Fulton McGrathTenor Saxophone – Larry BinyonTrombone – Tommy DorseyTrumpet – Bunny BeriganVocals – Bing CrosbyWritten-By – R. Bloom, T. Koehler
2:40
20The Dorsey Brothers OrchestraDr. Heckle And Mr. Jibe
Bass [String Bass] – Artie BernsteinClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Jimmy DorseyDrums – Stan KingFeaturing – Johnny MercerGuitar – Dick McDonoughPiano – Fulton McGrathTenor Saxophone – Larry BinyonTrombone – Lloyd Turner , Tommy DorseyTrumpet – Bunny BeriganVocals – Johnny MercerWritten-By – D. McDonough
3:09
21Louis Prima And His New Orleans GangThe Lady In Red
Bass [String Bass] – Jack RyanClarinet – Pee-Wee RussellDrums – Sam WeissFeaturing – Pee-Wee RussellGuitar – Garry McAdamsPiano – Frank PineroTrumpet, Vocals – Louis PrimaWritten-By – A. Wrubel, M. Dixon
3:00
22McKenzie & Condon's ChicagoansSugar
Banjo – Eddie CondonBass [String Bass] – Jim LanniganClarinet – Frank TeschemacherCornet – Jimmy McPartlandDrums – Gene KrupaFeaturing – Eddie CondonPiano – Joe SullivanTenor Saxophone – Bud FreemanWritten-By – E. Alexander, M. Pinkard, S. Mitchell
3:07
23Teddy Wilson And His OrchestraThe Sheik Of Araby
Bass [String Bass] – Johnny WilliamsClarinet – Jimmy HamiltonDrums – J.C. HeardFeaturing – Benny MortonPiano – Teddy WilsonTrombone – Benny MortonTrumpet – Emmett BerryWritten-By – F. Wheeler, H. Smith, T. Snyder
2:53
24Eddie Condon And His OrchestraBlues My Naughty Sweetie Gives To Me (Jam Session)
Alto Saxophone – Dick CaryBass [String Bass] – Al HallClarinet – Ed Hall, Peanuts HuckoCornet – Wild Bill DavisonDrums – Cliff LeemanGuitar – Eddie CondonPiano – Gene SchroederTenor Saxophone – Bud FreemanTrombone – Cutty Cutshall, Lou McGarityTrumpet – Billy ButterfieldWritten-By – C. R. McCarron
5:43
25James P. JohnsonRiffs
Piano, Soloist – James P. JohnsonWritten-By – Johnson
3:06
26Bobby Hackett And His OrchestraYou, You And Especially You
Bass [String Bass] – Clyde NewcombeClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Pee Wee RussellCornet – Bobby HackettDrums – Johnny BlowersFeaturing – Bobby HackettGuitar – Eddie CondonPiano – Dave BowmanTenor Saxophone – Bernie BillingsTrombone – George BrunisVocals – Lola BardWritten-By – Feldman, Ahlberg, Martin, Block
2:54
27Frank Froeba And His Swing BandThere'll Be A Great Day In The Mornin'
Bass [String Bass] – Carrol WalrondClarinet – Slats LongDrums – Eddie DoughertyFeaturing – Jack PurvisGuitar – Clayton DuerrPiano – Frank FroebaTenor Saxophone – Herbie HaymerTrumpet – Jack PurvisWritten-By – A. Hill, Z. Mills
2:52

Crédits

  • Design [Album]Ed Lee
  • ProducerMichael Brooks

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
KG 31564Eddie Condon Eddie Condon's World Of Jazz ‎(2xLP, Comp, Mono, Tex)ColumbiaKG 31564US1973
67273, S67273Various Eddie Condon's World Of Jazz ‎(2xLP, Comp, Gat)CBS, CBS67273, S67273Netherlands1973
S2BP 220142Various Eddie Condon's World Of Jazz ‎(2xLP, Comp, Mono, Gat)CBSS2BP 220142Australia1973
KG 31564Various Eddie Condon's World Of Jazz ‎(2xLP, Comp, Mono, Gat)ColumbiaKG 31564Canada1973

Remarques

Gatefold sleeve.

Entreprises

  • Manufactured By – Columbia Records

Album

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