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Benny Carter And His Orchestra - Harry "The Hipster" Gibson Trio - Cecil Gant - Teddy Wilson - Milt Hinton & Oliver Jackson, And Many Others - Jazz Giants flac album

Benny Carter And His Orchestra - Harry "The Hipster" Gibson Trio - Cecil Gant - Teddy Wilson - Milt Hinton & Oliver Jackson, And Many Others - Jazz Giants flac album

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Performer: Benny Carter And His Orchestra
Title: Jazz Giants
Released: 1981
Category: Jazz
Rating: 4.9 ✦
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Benny Carter And His Orchestra - Harry "The Hipster" Gibson Trio - Cecil Gant - Teddy Wilson - Milt Hinton & Oliver Jackson, Various ‎– Jazz Giants. 이블: Curcio ‎– HJ-10 (26+51). 리즈: Jazz Giants (3) –. 형식: 2 Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Sampler. 레딧. Bass – John Simmons (tracks: B1 to B6), Milton Hinton (tracks: C1 to D5).

Lester Willis Young (August 27, 1909 – March 15, 1959), nicknamed "Pres" or "Prez", was an American jazz tenor saxophonist and occasional clarinetist. Coming to prominence while a member of Count Basie's orchestra, Young was one of the most influential players on his instrument

Benny Goodman, utilizing the ar- rangements of Edgar Sampson, Jimmy Mundy, Horace Henderson, and, most particularly, Fletcher Henderson, sparked the arrival of the Swing Era in the public consciousness. He was dubbed "The King of Swing," and achieved the commercial triumph that had eluded Fletcher Henderson in the latter's years as leader of the first big band to gain wide recognition by playing jazz. Norman Granz broke through with his Jazz At the Philharmonic, and soon there was Gene Norman's Just Jazz, and other carbons or mutations. Many, many months later I realized that it had been Miles Davis. From that time I began to attend other Sunday afternoon sessions and eventually jazz nightclubs, particularly the ones between 5th and 6th Avenues on 52nd Street or "Swing Street," as it was known.

All materials are provided for educational purposes.

Harry "The Hipster" Gibson - Who Put The Benzedrine In Mrs. Murphy's Ovaltine?, 1996. All songs from Who Put The Benzedrine In Mrs. Murphy's Ovaltine? Eddie Condon - The Town Hall Concerts Nine and Ten, 1988. All songs from The Town Hall Concerts Nine and Ten. Various Artists - Laughin' at the Blues, 2007. All songs from Laughin' at the Blues. Harry "The Hipster" Gibson, Harry 'The Hipster' Gibson - Who Put the Benzedrine in Mrs. Murphy's Ovaltine? 03:08 Drink, Drugs, Sex. Recomendations.

Record Company – Musicraft Corporation. Piano – Harry (The Hipster) Gibson. Written-By – Harry Gibson. Related tracks or albums: Various - Non Stop Dancing Vol. 1. Don Gibson - Great Country Songs. Harry Horlick And His Orchestra - Strauss Waltzes for dancing. Don Gibson - Blues In My Mind/You've Got To Stop Hurting Me Darling Billy Bland - Can't Stop Her From Dancing, My Heart's On Fire.

Harry The Hipster Gibson June 27, 1915 May 3, 1991 was a jazz pianist, singer, protorapper and songwriter. Gibson played New York style Stride. His music career began in the late 1920s, when as the young Harry Raab, his birth name, he played stride piano in Dixieland jazz bands in Harlem. He continued to perform there throughout the 1930s, adding the barrelhouse boogie of the time to his repertoire, and was discovered by Fats Waller in 1939 and brought down to mid-town Manhattan, where he made a splash and changed his surname to Gibson.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Benny Carter And His Orchestra 9:20 Special
Written-By – Warren*
4:30
A2 Benny Carter And His Orchestra Blue Lou
Written-By – Sampson*, Mills*
4:54
A3 Benny Carter And His Orchestra Easy Money
Written-By – O'Gwynn*
6:49
A4 Benny Carter And His Orchestra Rose Room
Written-By – Hickman*, Williams*
4:56
B1 Harry "The Hipster" Gibson Trio Handsome Harry, The Hipster
Written-By – Gibson*
2:58
B2 Harry "The Hipster" Gibson Trio Riot In Boogie
Written-By – Gibson*
2:46
B3 Harry "The Hipster" Gibson Trio Stop That Dancin' Up There
Written-By – Gibson*
3:00
B4 Harry "The Hipster" Gibson Trio Get Your Juices At The Deuces
Written-By – Gibson*
2:47
B5 Harry "The Hipster" Gibson Trio The Hipster's Blues Opus 6 7/8
Written-By – Gibson*
2:41
B6 Harry "The Hipster" Gibson Trio The Hipster's Blues Opus 7 1/2
Written-By – Gibson*
3:02
B7 Cecil Gant I Wonder
Written-By – Gant*
2:50
B8 Cecil Gant Cecil Boogie
Written-By – Gant*
2:20
C1 Teddy Wilson / Milton Hinton* / Oliver Jackson Saint Louis Blues
Written-By – Handy*
4:12
C2 Teddy Wilson / Milton Hinton* / Oliver Jackson Three Little Words
Written-By – Kalmar*, Ruby*
2:33
C3 Teddy Wilson / Milton Hinton* / Oliver Jackson I've Got The World On A String
Written-By – Arlen*, Koehler*
4:01
C4 Teddy Wilson / Milton Hinton* / Oliver Jackson Don't Be That Way
Written-By – Parrish*, Goodman*, Sampson*
3:04
C5 Teddy Wilson / Milton Hinton* / Oliver Jackson You Go To My Head
Written-By – Gillespie*, Coots*
4:19
D1 Teddy Wilson / Milton Hinton* / Oliver Jackson My Heart Stood Still
Written-By – Rodgers-Hart*
2:34
D2 Teddy Wilson / Milton Hinton* / Oliver Jackson Where Or When
Written-By – Rodgers-Hart*
4:24
D3 Teddy Wilson / Milton Hinton* / Oliver Jackson Basin Street Blues
Written-By – Williams*
3:47
D4 Teddy Wilson / Milton Hinton* / Oliver Jackson I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm
Written-By – Berlin*
3:28
D5 Teddy Wilson / Milton Hinton* / Oliver Jackson Flyin' Home
Written-By – Goodman*, Hampton*
3:42

Credits

  • Bass – John Simmons (tracks: B1 to B6), Milton Hinton* (tracks: C1 to D5)
  • Drums – Oliver Jackson (tracks: C1 to D5), Sidney "Big Sid" Catlett* (tracks: B1 to B6)
  • Piano – Teddy Wilson (tracks: C1 to D5)
  • Piano, Vocals – Harry "The Hipster" Gibson (tracks: B1 to B6)

Notes

2 Record Set VDJ-1 (GJ-21+GJ-51)

Recording dates:
A 1961
B 1944
C 1976
D 1976

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Label Code (Disc 1): GJ-26
  • Label Code (Disc 2): GJ-51
  • Rights Society: SIAE