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Graeme Bell And His Australian Jazz Band - A Programme By Graeme Bell And His Australian Jazz Band Album

Graeme Bell And His Australian Jazz Band - A Programme By Graeme Bell And His Australian Jazz Band Album

  • Darsteller: Graeme Bell And His Australian Jazz Band
  • Genre: Jazz
  • Titel: A Programme By Graeme Bell And His Australian Jazz Band
  • Stil: Dixieland
  • Etikett: Parlophone
  • Katalog: PMD 1009
  • Land: UK
  • Größe der MP3-Version: 1428 mb
  • Größe der FLAC-Version: 1707 mb
  • Bewertung: 4.1
  • Abstimmungen: 128

Trackliste

1Graeme Bell And His Australian Jazz BandMuskrat Ramble
Written-By – Kid Ory
2Graeme Bell's Ragtime FourBlack And White Rag
Written-By – Botsford
3Graeme Bell And His Australian Jazz BandWhen The Saints Go Marching Home
Written-By – F. And J.McCravey
4Graeme Bell And His Australian Jazz BandNullabor
Written-By – Dallwitz
5Lazy Ade's Late-hour Boys With Humphrey LytteltonHook, Line And Sinker
Written-By – Baker
6Lazy Ade's Late-hour Boys With Humphrey LytteltonBackroom Joys
Written-By – Monsbourgh
7Graeme Bell And His Australian Jazz BandHigh Society
Written-By – Steele
8Graeme Bell And His Australian Jazz BandBig Walkabout
Written-By – Baker
9Graeme Bell And His Australian Jazz BandCakewalkin' Babies Back Home
Written-By – Smith, Williams, Trot
10Graeme Bell And His Australian Jazz BandGoanna March
Written-By – Bell

Versionen

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
PMD 1009Graeme Bell And His Australian Jazz Band A Programme By Graeme Bell And His Australian Jazz Band ‎(10")ParlophonePMD 1009UK1952
PMEO 10157Graeme Bell And His Australian Jazz Band Graeme Bell And His Australian Jazz Band ‎(LP, Album)ParlophonePMEO 10157Australia1974
PMEO 10157, DRUM 8084Graeme Bell And His Australian Jazz Band Graeme Bell And His Australian Jazz Band ‎(LP, Album)Parlophone, DrumPMEO 10157, DRUM 8084AustraliaUnknown
PMD 1009Graeme Bell And His Australian Jazz Band A Programme By Graeme Bell And His Australian Jazz Band ‎(10", Mono)ParlophonePMD 1009UKUnknown
PMDO-1009, PMDO 1009Graeme Bell And His Australian Jazz Band A Programme By Graeme Bell And His Australian Jazz Band ‎(10", Mono)Parlophone, ParlophonePMDO-1009, PMDO 1009AustraliaUnknown

Credits

  • Alto SaxophoneAdrian "Lazy Ade" Monsbourgh (tracks: A4, A5, B5)
  • BanjoBud Baker (tracks: A1 to B3, B5)
  • BassBaron Silbereisen (tracks: A1 to A5, B2 to B5)
  • ClarinetDon "Pixie" Roberts (tracks: A1, A2, A4 to B3, B5)
  • DrumsJohnny Sangster (tracks: A1 to A3, B1 to B4), Bud Baker (tracks: B4)
  • PianoGraeme Bell
  • Tenor SaxophoneDon "Pixie" Roberts (tracks: A3)
  • TromboneDeryck "Kanga" Bently (tracks: A1 to A3, B1 to B3)
  • TrumpetAdrian "Lazy Ade" Monsbourgh (tracks: A1 to A3, B1 to B3), Humphrey Lyttelton (tracks: A5, B5), Roger Bell (tracks: A1 to A4, B1 to B3)
  • TubaBaron Silbereisen (tracks: B1)
  • VocalsNeva Raphaello (tracks: A4)
  • WashboardJohnny Sangster (tracks: A4), Roger Bell (tracks: A5, B5)

Hinweise

A1, A2, B1, B3, B4 Recorded 7/2/51
A3, A4 Recorded 25/7/51
A5, B5 Recorded 23/11/51
B2 Recorded 5/11/51

Barcodes

  • Other (Tax code): XT

Album

Graeme Bell And His Australian Jazz Band: Smoky Mokes, Yama Yama Blues, Shim-Me-Sha-Wabble. Jazz In Britain 1919-1950. Various artists. My Great Big Gypsy Music Album. Gypsy Wanderers. Australia A Galaxy of Stars Vol 2. Graeme Emerson Bell, AO, MBE 7 September 1914 13 June 2012 was an Australian Dixieland and classical jazz pianist, composer and band leader. According to The Age, his band's music was hailed for its distinctive Australian edge, which he describes as 'nice larrikinism' and 'a happy Aussie outdoor feel'. Bell was one of the leading promoters of jazz in Australia, bringing American performers such as Rex Stewart to Australia. He was the first Australian jazz band leader who was still playing at 90. Формируйте собственную коллекция коллекцию записей Graeme Bell And His Australian Jazz Band. Graeme Bell & His Australian Jazz Band: Baxter's Folly, Come Back Sweet Papa, Of All the Wrongs You've Done to Me и другие песни. Listen to music from Graeme Bell & His Australian Jazz Band like Czechoslovak Journey, Shim-Me-Sha-Wabble & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Graeme Bell & His Australian Jazz Band. Graeme Emerson Bell AO MBE 7 September 1914 13 June 2012 was an Australian Dixieland and classical jazz pianist, composer and band leader. Graeme Bell, Graeme Bell Dixieland Jazz Band Riverside Blues. Graeme Bell & His Australian Jazz Band Unlisted. Graeme Bell & His Australian Jazz Band Baby Won t You Please Come Home. Graeme Bell & His Australian Jazz Band Riverside Blues. Graeme Bell & His Australian Jazz Band Ostrich Walk. Graeme Bell & His Dixieland Jazz Band I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate. Graeme Bell And His Australian Jazz Band Shim-Me-Sha-Wabble. Graeme Bell & His Australian Jazz Band At the Darktown Strutters Ball. Graeme Bell & His Dixieland Jazz Band When The Saints Go Marchin In. The pacesetting Australian trad band is heard on several recording sessions that trace its progress during a ten-month period. 11 of the selections utilize the regular group pianist Graeme Bell, trumpeter Roger Bell, Ade Monsborough on trombone, trumpet, and clarinet, Don Pixie Roberts on clarinet, either Johnny Rich or Deryck Bentley on trombone, and a four-piece rhythm section that includes leaderpianist Graeme Bell. In addition, there are a couple of piano features Black and White Rag and Maple Leaf Rag for Bell with the rhythm section. Two numbers . Lou Silbereisen, Bud Baker, Johnny Sangster, Graeme Bell -Black and White Rag. Lou Silbereisen, Bud Baker, Roger Bell, Ade Monsbourgh, Johnny Rich, Jack Banston, Don Pixie Roberts, Graeme Bell -Wolverine Blues. Lou Silbereisen, Bud Baker, Roger Bell, Ade Monsbourgh, Johnny Rich, Jack Banston, Don Pixie Roberts, Graeme Bell -Sobbin' Blues. Lou Silbereisen, Bud Baker, Jack Banston, Graeme Bell -Maple Leaf Rag. Больше альбомов этого артиста. Graeme Bell - A Compilation of His Recorded Compositions 1947-2007. Graeme Bell