The Mary Lou Williams Trio - 1944 Roll 'Em album FLAC
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Mary Lou Williams - piano Bill Coleman - trumpet Al Hall - bass Night And Day (Night And Day ) NYC, August 10, 1944.
Mary Lou Williams Plays in London - Mary Lou Williams Trio, George Gershwin. Открывайте новую музыку каждый день. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией.
Mary Lou Williams Trio is a stride piano music album recording by MARY LOU WILLIAMS released in 1944 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. MARY LOU WILLIAMS TRIO 1944 - Roll 'Em LP 1988 US Sealed Mint.
The Asch Recordings 1944-47 - Студийный альбом от Mary Lou Williams. В альбом вошло 35 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 01:30:19. Mary lou williams with leon thomas - you know baby - mary. MARY LOU WILLIAMS AND GROUP featuring LEON THOMAS you know baby MARY. Mary Lou Williams - You know, baby. Mary Lou Williams Trio - You Know, Baby. Mary Lou Williams - I found a new baby. Mary Lou Williams & Her Kansas City 7 - Baby Dear 78 RPM. Next.
Mary Lou Williams (born Mary Elfrieda Scruggs; May 8, 1910 – May 28, 1981) was an American jazz pianist, arranger, and composer. She wrote hundreds of compositions and arrangements and recorded more than one hundred records (in 78, 45, and LP versions).
Mary Lou Williams, 1936-1953 First Lady of Piano with Edmund Hall, Don Byas, Coleman Hawkins, Bill Coleman, Kenny Dorham, Andy Kirk and his Clouds of Joy. Giants of Jazz, LPJT 20 (Milan, Italy). The Mary Lou Williams Trio, 1944, Roll 'Em, March 7, 1944 Audiophile Records, AP-8. Folkways Records, FA 2966 (2 LP box set). Mary Lou Williams' Trio, Zodiac Suite, 1945 Folkways Records, FTS 32844. Mary Lou Williams in London, 1953 Crescendo Records, CNP 9029.
Roll Em. 3. Yesterday's Kisses. 4. Satchel Mouth Baby. 5. Little Joe from Chicago. 6. Drag Em. 7. Mary's Boogie. 9. Blues - Until My Baby Comes Back Home. 10. Gjon Mili Jam Session. As is the trio version of Yesterday's Kisses. Mary Lou's blues piano playing is also a highlight of this set. She is really exemplary in terms of being able to combine really raw blues playing with her more "advanced" concepts. Besides exploring so many facets of Mary Lou's genius (not too strong a word!), this set also reveals so much about the negotiations of the early mid - 40's, the "Swing to Bop" period. Swing rhythm with Bop harmony. Swing harmony with Bop rhythm.
Mary Lou Williams Trio. Mary Lou Williams Trio best albums. 1. Mary Lou Williams Trio. Year of Release: 1944. Appears in: 2 charts.
|1||8th Avenue Express (Take 1)|
|2||8th Avenue Express (Take 2)|
|3||Limehouse Blues (Take 1)|
|4||Froggy Bottom (Takes 1, 2)|
|5||Froggy Bottom (Take 3)|
|6||Marcheta (Take 3)|
|7||Medley (Take 1)|
|8||Yankee Doodle Blues (Take 1)|
|9||Taurus Mood (Take 1)|
|10||People Will Say We're in Love (Take 1)|
|11||Froggy Bottom (Takes 4, 5)|
|12||Marcheta (Takes 1,2)|
|13||Roll 'Em (Take 1)|
|14||Medley (Takes 2,3)|
|15||Yankee Doodle Blues (Take 2)|
|16||Limehouse Blues (Takes 2,3)|
- Bass – Al Lucas
- Compilation Producer – George H. Buck, Jr.
- Drums – Jack Parker
- Liner Notes – Frank Driggs
- Photography – William Gottlieb*
- Piano – Mary Lou Williams
- Producer, Recording Supervisor – Milt Gabler
- Production Manager – Wendell Echols
- Remastered By – Jack Towers
NotesRecorded by Milt Gabler in New York City March 7, 1944 for World Transciptions radio broadcast use.
Contains the complete recording session including false starts and incomplete takes.