Don Redman's Band - 1931 - 1938 album download
Working with : Tiny Bradshaw, Fletcher Henderson, Don Redman, Lucky Millinder and others. Born : March 16, 1910 in British West Indies. Died : December 13, 1989 in Brooklyn, New York. Don Redman - Master Of The Big Band (Comp). Don Redman's Band - 1931 - 1938 (LP, Comp). Warmin' Up Various - Swing Groups 1931 To 1936 (Album, Comp).
This is a list of notable events in music that took place in the year 1938. 1938 in British music. 1938 in Norwegian music. 1938 in country music. January 16. Benny Goodman plays the first jazz concert at Carnegie Hall in New York City, considered a legitimisation of the genre. It is recorded live and issued in 1950 as The Famous 1938 Carnegie Hall Jazz Concert. Béla Bartók's Sonata for two pianos and percussion is premièred in Basel.
All formats Album CD CD Album CD Single CD Maxi Vinyl records LP 7 inchs 7 inchs (SP) 7 inchs (EP) 12 inchs 78 rpm 10 inchs DVD VHS Cassette Clothing T-Shirt Others. Sort by. Relevance New arrivals Artist (a - z) Artist (z - a) Title (a - z) Title (z - a) Format Price (lowest first) Price (highest first). don redman's band 1931 - 1938. Joker - SM 3107 - Italia - 1971 - original used. Price : 1. 5 €. Format : LP.
1938 is the fifth studio album by American post-punk band Savage Republic, released in November 2007 by Neurot Recordings. All tracks written by Savage Republic. Adapted from the 1938 liner notes. Thom Fuhrmann – instruments, production, design. Greg Grunke – instruments. Val Haller – instruments. Ethan Port – instruments. Alan Waddington – instruments. Production and design. Ramona Clarke – photography, design. Jon Crawford – recording. Kerry Dowling – recording.
Harry Mills, Don Redman. Dorothy Fields, Arnold Johnson, Jimmy McHugh.
Just better Contents. Don C. Tyler – mastering.
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Album · 2001 · 22 Songs. See All. The Billy Taylor Touch. The Legendary Big Band. The Harry James Orchestra: The Best of the War Years. The Harry James Orchestra. The Essential Louis Armstrong.
|A2||Chant Of The Weed||3:15|
|A3||Chant Of The Weed (n. 2)||3:15|
|A4||Hot And Anxious||2:50|
|A5||I Got Rhythm||3:15|
|B1||Got The Sitters||2:56|
|B2||A Little Bit Later On||2:29|
|B3||How Can I Hi-De-Hi||3:15|
|B5||Down Home Rag||2:35|
|B6||Trouble Why Pick On Me||2:47|
|B7||How'm I Doin'||3:00|
- Alto Saxophone – Don Redman, Eddie Barefield (tracks: B4, B5), Edward Inge, Harvey Boone (tracks: B2), Jerry Blake (tracks: B1), Pete Clark (tracks: B4, B5), Rupert Cole (tracks: A1 - A6, B1 - B3, B6, B7)
- Banjo – Talcott Reeves (tracks: A1 - A6, B1 - B3, B6, B7)
- Baritone Saxophone – Eddie Barefield (tracks: B4, B5), Harvey Boone (tracks: B2), Jerry Blake (tracks: B1), Pete Clark (tracks: B4, B5)
- Bass – Bob Ysaguirre
- Clarinet – Don Redman, Eddie Barefield (tracks: B4, B5), Edward Inge, Harvey Boone (tracks: B2), Jerry Blake (tracks: B1), Pete Clark (tracks: B4, B5), Rupert Cole (tracks: A1 - A6, B1 - B3, B6, B7)
- Drums – Bill Beason (tracks: B4, B5), Manzie Johnson (tracks: A1 - A6, B1 - B3, B6, B7)
- Guitar – Bob Lessey (tracks: B4, B5), Talcott Reeves (tracks: B2)
- Piano – Don Kirkpatrick (tracks: B2), Horace Henderson (tracks: A1 - A6, B1 - B3, B6, B7), Nicholas Rodriguez (tracks: B4, B5)
- Tenor Saxophone – Joe Garland (tracks: B4, B5), Robert Carroll (tracks: A1 - A6, B1 - B3, B6, B7)
- Trombone – Benny Morton (tracks: A1 - A6, B1 - B3, B6, B7), Claude Jones (tracks: A1 - A6, B1, B3, B5, B7), Fred Robinson (tracks: A1 - A6, B1, B3, B5, B7), Gene Simon (tracks: B2, B4, B5), Quentin Jackson (tracks: B4, B5)
- Trumpet – Bill Coleman (tracks: A2, A3), Carl Warwick (tracks: B4, B5), Henry "Red" Allen (tracks: A1 - A3, B1), Langstone Curl* (tracks: A1 - A6, B3, B6, B7), Leonard Davis (tracks: A1 - A3, B6), Mario Bauzá (tracks: B4, B5), Reunald Jones (tracks: B2, B4, B5), Shirley Clay (tracks: A4 - A6, B1 - B3, B7), Sidney De Paris (tracks: A3 - A6, B1 - B5, B7)
- Tuba – Bob Ysaguirre
- Vocals – Don Redman (tracks: A1, A4, B1, B2, B7), Harlan Lattimore (tracks: B3), Lois Deppe (tracks: B6)
NotesA1 recorded NYC, October 15th 1931
A2, A3, B6 recorded NYC, September 24th 1931
A4, A5 recorded NYC, June 30th 1932
A6 recorded NYC, April 26th 1933
B1 recorded NYC, January 9th 1934
B2 recorded NYC, May 7th 1936
B3 recorded NYC, February 2nd 1933
B4, B5 recorded NYC, December 6th 1938
B7 recorded NYC, February 26th 1932
Line ups and discographical information provided on the LP sleeve seem to be full of mistakes, so I chose to go with info available on Don Redman's Chronological Classics CDs and elsewhere. Corrections welcome!