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The album title is not hyperbole. Jack Teagarden really was the King of the Blues Trombone. His impact on jazz trombone in the late 1920s was comparable to Louis Armstrong's impact on trumpet, Coleman Hawkins's impact on tenor sax, and Earl Hines's impact on piano. Teagarden was also a wonderful jazz singer. These sides cover the period from 1928 until 1940
Jack Teagarden - Collection. Jack was given piano lessons when he reached the age of five. He took up the baritone horn for a time but switched to trombone when he was seven. He and his mother played duets (trombone and piano) as background to the silent films at a Vemon theater. In 1918, after his father’s death, the family moved to Chappell, Nebraska, where he and his mother again worked in the local theater. The following year the family moved to Oklahoma City.
Jack-Armstrong Blues (3:41). If I Could Be With You (One Hour Tonight) (5:53). The Sheik Of Araby (5:46). View first unread post Jack Teagarden - Meet Me Where They Play The Blues (2005) ; FLAC (image+. cue) by Mike1985 27 Oct 2018, 13:31 in Early Jazz, Swing, Gypsy (lossless - FLAC, APE, et. 0. 174. by Mike1985 View the latest post 27 Oct 2018, 13:31. View first unread post Vic Dickenson - Gentleman of the Trombone (1975/2000) ; FLAC (tracks+. cue) by Mike1985 15 Jul 2018, 13:43 in Early Jazz, Swing, Gypsy (lossless - FLAC, APE, et. 284.
Weldon Leo (Jack) Teagarden, jazz musician, known also as Jackson . Mr. T, and Big Gate, was born in Vernon, Texas, on August 20, 1905, to Charles and Helen (Geinger) Teagarden. His father, an amateur cornet player, worked in the oilfields, and his mother was a local piano instructor and church organist. All four Teagarden children became prominent musicians. The Big Gate was honored recently by ASCAP by his inclusion into the ASCAP Jazz Wall of Fame. Joe Teagarden is shown accepting the award.
The Blues is a dixieland music album recording by JACK TEAGARDEN released in 1954 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. King of the Blues Trombone Collector's Choice 2002. Meet Me Where They Play The Blues Good Time Jazz 1999.
Jazz Memorial: Les Génies du Jazz: Jack Teagarden - The King of the Blues Trombone. Mis'ry and the Blues. blue highlight denotes track pick.
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Epic (catalog number JSN 6044) Columbia Special Products (catalog number JSN 6044). This album was released in 1963 year. US. Format of the release is. Vinyl, LP.