Category: Rock

Crazy Over J.Z - Lester Young - The complete 1926-1949 Small Group Alternatives (CD)

Posted on by

9 comments

  1. Song information for Crazy Over Jazz - Lester Young on AllMusic. Song information for Crazy Over Jazz - Lester Young on AllMusic Complete Savoy Masters Definitive Classics: member of the RhythmOne group |.
  2. Mar 13,  · TRACKLIST These Foolish Things Count Every Star D: B: Blues I Can't Give You Anything But Love I Cover the Waterf.
  3. Lester Young features on the first 10 tracks only. These ten tracks are the unusual trio format of tenor saxophone (Young), piano (Cole) and drums: Buddy Rich. These excellent tracks date (probably) from soon after Lester Young had been demobbed from the U.S. Army/5(25).
  4. Lester Willis Young (August 27, – March 15, ), nicknamed "Pres" or "Prez", was an American jazz tenor saxophonist and sometime clarinetist. Coming to prominence while a member of Count Basie's orchestra, Young was one of the most influential players on his instrument. In contrast to many of his hard-driving peers, Young played with a relaxed, cool tone and used sophisticated.
  5. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Complete Small Group Sessions Studio Recordings, Vol. 1 - Lester Young on AllMusic -
  6. Lester Young - The Complete Small Group Sessions Vol.5 () 01 - Too Marvelous for Words 02 - 'Deed I Do 03 - Encore 04 - Polka Dots and Moonbeams play 05 - Up And At'em 06 - Three Little Words 07 - Count Every Star 08 - It All Depends on You 09 - Neenah 10 - Jeepers Creepers 11 - Thou Swell 12 - September in the Rain play 13 - Undercover (Girl) Blues 14 - Frenesí 15 - Pete's.
  7. The Complete - Small Group Sessions Vol.2 Lester Young. BMCD Out of stock. (2-CD) Lester Young Sextet and Septet. LHJ_2 Out of stock. The Kansas City Jazz Story - DVD Worlwide Zone - Double Sided NTSC / PA The Last Of The Blue Devils.
  8. Subtitle: "Featuring Count Basie New-York " A1, A4, B4, B5: New York, May 1 A2, A3, B1, B3: New York, June 23 A5, A6, B2, B6: New York, April
  9. The last time we addressed Basie and Young ("Classic Columbia, OKeh, and Vocalion Lester Young with Count Basie "), we had access to the most well-known selections from Young's first recording session ever, from November of and a number of other sessions from and

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

1 2 »