Johnny Sylvester & His Playmates / Jimmy Carr & His Orch. - St. Louis Blues / Wistful & Blue album FLAC
This is a Gennett recording for Sears' Challenge label. Brian Rust's discography has this listed as by Johnny Sylvester and his Playmates.
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Saint Louis Blues" (or "St. Louis Blues") is a popular American song composed by W. C. Handy in the blues style and published in September 1914. It was one of the first blues songs to succeed as a pop song and remains a fundamental part of jazz musicians' repertoire. Louis Armstrong, Bing Crosby, Bessie Smith, Count Basie, Glenn Miller, Guy Lombardo, and the Boston Pops Orchestra are among the artists who have recorded it. The song has been called "the jazzman's Hamlet.
Words and music by W. Handy, arr. John Denton Jazz Ensemble Conductor Score & Parts Grade: 3 (Medium) Item: 00-JEM03018. That's because it is a clever and interesting tune - going from major to minor then back to major all the while keeping the blues form. Arranger John Denton creatively sets the groove as a swing shuffle right from the first note and it continues to build. Solo space for tenor sax along with the flexibility of optional parts makes this a winner. Additional Information.
A blue board with six shelves mounted in the Blues' locker room tell the story of the club's historic season and contains some of the most valulable memorabilia in franchise history.
Saint Louis Blues" is a popular American song composed by W. Louis Armstrong, Bessie Smith, Count Basie, Glenn Miller, Guy Lombardo, and the Boston Pops Orchestra are among the artists who have recorded it. The 1925 version sung by Bessie Smith, with Louis Armstrong on cornet, was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1993
Jeep's Blues - Johnny Hodges & His Orch. 18. Hodge Podge - Johnny Hodges & His Orch. 19. Wanderlust - Johnny Hodges & His Orch. 20. Tired Socks - Johnny Hodges & His Orch. 21. Good Queen Bess - Johnny Hodges & His Orch. 22. That's The Blues Old Man - Johnny Hodges & His Orch. 23. Never No Lament - Johnny Hodges/Duke Ellington & His Orch. 24. Finesse - Johnny Hodges/Duke Ellington & His Orch. Subtitled "his greatest recordings 1928-1941" the Jeeps Blues CD presents an overview of his formative years and a lot more. Included in the various bands are such legendary musicians as trumpeter Bubber Miley, trombonist Joe Nanton, clarinetist Barney Bigard, tenor saxophonists Lester Young and Ben Webster, pianists Billy Strayhorn, Teddy Wilson and Jess Stacy, drummer Gene Krupa, and vibraphonist Lionel Hampton.
The St. Louis Blues jerseys have been used for over 40 years, but hockey began in St. Louis over 30 years before the Blues came to town. The St. Louis Eagles were the first hockey team to compete in the area, but after just one season in 1934, the team became defunct. The uniform is a dark blue uniform with yellow and white stripes at the ends of the sleeves and near the waistline, and it has the team’s logo in a white circle with the St. Louis Arch in the background. Keith Tkachuk is one of the Blues greatest players, and until recently, he led the team with his experience. One of the team’s current leaders, Barret Jackman, has been on the team for 11 seasons, and has a vast knowledge of the game of hockey. Some young players include Brad Boyes and Andy Mcdonald.
I got those St. Louis blues, just as blue as I can be Oh, my man's got a heart like a rock cast in the sea Or else he wouldn't have gone so far from me. I love my man like a schoolboy loves his pie Like a Kentucky colonel loves his rocker and rye I'll love my man until the day I die, Lord, Lord.
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|A||–Johnny Sylvester & His Playmates||St. Louis Blues
Leader, Trumpet [Uncredited], Directed By [Uncredited] – Johnny SylvesterOrchestra – Johnny Sylvester & His PlaymatesWritten-By – Handy*
|B||–Jimmy Carr & His Orch.*||Wistful & Blue
Orchestra – Jimmy Carr & His Orch.*Vocals – Jerry MacyWritten-By – Wendling*, Etting*
- Record Company – Gennett Records
NotesA recorded 7 April 1927 in New York City.
No runout on either side.