Joe Bushkin & His Rhythm / Eddie Safranski / Teddy Wilson - Jazz Jazz Jazz album FLAC
- Performer: Joe Bushkin & His Rhythm
- Title: Jazz Jazz Jazz
- Genre: Jazz
- Formats: DXD AIFF AHX VOC WAV ADX AC3
- MP3 album: 1333 mb
- FLAC album: 1281 mb
- Rating: 4.9/5
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Joe Bushkin & His Rhythm. B1. –Eddie Safranski. B2. No Moon At All. B3. –Teddy Wilson. It's the Talk Of The Town.
Various Artists - Concert Jazz (Brunswick BL 54027). Dick Hyman, piano; Mundell Lowe, guitar; Eddie Safranski, bass; Specs Powell, drums. NYC, November 18, 1955. The Eddie Safranski Orchestra - Rhythm And Romance (Sesac N-909/910). NYC, probably 1957-1959.
Unique Jazz UJ 36 Vido Musso, Maynard Ferguson, Eddie Safranski - Three Kenton's Be Boppers Groups 1947-50 Atlantic EP 512 Eddie Safranski - Jazz Session Atlantic 851 Eddie Safranski - Sa-Frantic, Bass Mood Atlantic 864 Eddie Safranski - Turmoil, Jumpin' For Jane. Eddie Safranski, bass; and others. Allegro Royale LP 1590 Joe Bushkin And His Rhythm/Eddie Safranski Trio/Teddy Wilson Group - Jazz Derby 835 Eddie Safranski - No Moon At All, Martin Kane Theme. Eddie Safranski Quartet.
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Listen free to Teddy Wilson – Jazz Figures, Teddy Wilson (1934-1946) (Why Do I Lie To Myself About You, I'm Painting The Town Red and more). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. Theodore Shaw "Teddy" Wilson (born 1912-11-24 in Austin, Texas-died 1986-07-31 in New Britain, Connecticut) was a jazz pianist from the United States. His sophisticated and elegant style graced the records of many of the biggest names in jazz, including Louis Armstrong, Benny Goodman, Billie Holiday and Ella Fitzgerald. Wilson studied piano and violin at Tuskegee Institute. After working in the Speed Webb and Louis Armstrong bands, he joined Benny Carter's Chocolate Dandies in 1933.
Edward 'Eddie' Safranski (December 25, 1918 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – January 10, 1974 in Los Angeles, California) was an American jazz double bassist best known for his work with Stan Kenton. After Hours with Joe Bushkin (Columbia, 1951). With Johnnie Ray. Johnnie Ray (album) (Columbia, 1952). Moonlight in Vermont (Roost, 1952).
Joe Bushkin, Milt Hinton & Mel Lewis: 1975. Here’s a rarity: a TV program I have no other information about, other than the fact that we’ve got a potpourri of legends from 1975 on Lionel Hampton’s Jazz Circle. PBS?) Well, the legends are Johnny Mercer, introducing the visually and musically ageless Joe Bushkin, Milt Hinton and Mel Lewis. There’s an equally rare Joe Bushkin CD we have in our True Blue catalog from the label Dot Time, that was recently brought to my attention by Joe’s son-in-law Bob Merrill. Buck Clayton (trumpet) Joe Bushkin (piano) Eddie Safranski (bass) Jo Jones (drums).
|A1||–Joe Bushkin & His Rhythm||Chicago|
|A2||–Joe Bushkin & His Rhythm||12th Street Rag|
|A3||–Joe Bushkin & His Rhythm||Edgewater Beach|
|A4||–Joe Bushkin & His Rhythm||Doggin' The Gutter|
|A5||–Joe Bushkin & His Rhythm||New orleans Butterfly|
|A6||–Joe Bushkin & His Rhythm||Hoity-Hoity|
|B1||–Eddie Safranski||Martin Kane Theme|
|B2||–Eddie Safranski||No Moon At All|
|B3||–Teddy Wilson||It's the Talk Of The Town|
|B4||–Teddy Wilson||Sweet Georgia Brown|
|B6||–Teddy Wilson||After You've Gone|
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