Loring Red Nichols And His Band - Syncopated Chamber Music album flac
Title: Syncopated Chamber Music
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Trombone – Kingsley Jackson (tracks: A1 to A5, B4 to B6), Ted Veseley (tracks: B1 to B3). Trumpet – Red Nichols. A1 to A5, B4 to B6 Recorded in Los Angeles Feb 8th 1953 B1 to B3 Recorded in Los Angeles Feb 9th 1953. Originally issued on 78rpm "Microgroove" records: AP-7 Syncopated Chamber Music Vol. 1 AP-8 Syncopated Chamber Music Vol. 2. Subsequently re-issued on XL-326. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All.
Syncopated Chamber Music - Tin Roof Blues, I'm on the Gravy Train, Rondo and 18 more tracks from this album here for free. More albums by this artist. Syncopated Chamber Music. From: Red Nichols and His Band. Count: 18. Views: 2. Syncopated Chamber Music tracks. I'm on the Gravy Train.
Ernest Loring "Red" Nichols (May 8, 1905–June 28, 1965) a United States jazz cornet player, became one of the busiest phonograph session musicians of his era, making hundreds of recording sessions of jazz and hot dance band music. In the 1920s alone he appeared on over 4,000 recordings, working with almost every important musician of his time. Though his style of playing was influenced by Bix Beiderbecke, Nichols, an excellent sight reader, was a considered a better, more polished musician.
Jazz Time (1950); Syncopated Chamber Music, Vol. 2 (1953); . and Band (1953); Hot Pennies (1957); Parade of the Pennies (1958); . and the Five Pennies (1959); . and His Pennies (1960); Blues and Old Time Rags (1964); Battle Hymn of the Republic (1959). Recorded under a variety of names and leaders, most famously Red Nichols and his Five Pennies, they were widely admired by musicians including Lester Young. They utilized complex arrangements, whole-tone scales and, as early as December 1926, the tympani of Vic Berton. But Nichols then went into pop music and many forgot his innovative early work. He has been called a Beiderbecke clone when in fact he began recording before Bix. His father was a college music teacher, specializing in clarinet.
Red Nichols & his Five Pennies Dick Robertson "I Got Rhythm" is a song composed by George Gershwin with lyrics by Ira Gershwin and published in 1930, which became a jazz standard. Its chord progression, known as the "Rhythm changes", is the foundation for many other popular jazz tunes such as Charlie Parker's and Dizzy Gillespie's Bebop standard "Anthropology (Thrivin' From a Riff)".
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AP-7 Loring Red Nichols: Syncopated Chamber Music, 78 rpm microgroove . (1) Red Nichols, trumpet; Kingsley Jackson, trombone; Matty Matlock, clarinet; Joe Rushton, bass saxophone; Walter Sheets, piano; Rolly Culver, drums; Hollywood, California; February 8, 1953. 2) Red Nichols, trumpet; Ted Veseley, trombone; Matty Matlock, clarinet; Joe Rushton, bass saxophone; Stanley Wrightsman, piano; Nick Fatool, drums; Hollywood, California; February 9, 1953. side A) Red Nichols and his band: Row Row Row, Sweet Sue, Deep Summer Music, Flow Gently Sweet Afton. Rosie McHargue and his band: Aunt Hagar’s Blues, Asleep In The Deep. side B) Carl Halen and his band: Oh Baby, Apex Blues, Don’t Leave Me Daddy, Skiffle Session. Earl Foutz and his band: Anytime. AP-25 Margaret Barthel Plays Schumann, Debussy, Liszt, mono.
Red Nichols & His Orchestra Red Nichols. Listen on Apple Music. Red Nichols & His Five Pennies. 5. I Want to Be Happy. Strike Up the Band! Red Nichols.
|Three Blind Mice||2:48|
|Memories Of You||3:23|
|Tin Roof Blues||3:58|
|I'm On The Gravy Train||3:17|
|I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me||2:20|
|XL-326||Loring Red Nichols And His Band||Syncopated Chamber Music (LP, Album, Mono, Red)||Audiophile||XL-326||US||Unknown|
|AP-2||Loring Red Nichols And His Band||Syncopated Chamber Music (LP, Album, Mono)||Audiophile||AP-2||US||1986|