usbfoot

» » Jack Teagarden - King Of The Blues Trombone Volume 2

Jack Teagarden - King Of The Blues Trombone Volume 2 download flac

music album
Jack Teagarden - King Of The Blues Trombone Volume 2 download flac

Performer: Jack Teagarden
Title: King Of The Blues Trombone Volume 2
Released: 1963
Country: UK
Category: Jazz
Size FLAC: 1578 mb
Size MP3: 1191 mb
Size WMA: 1160 mb
Other formats: APE MMF TTA MP1 XM AIFF MIDI


Features Song Lyrics for Jack Teagarden's King Of The Blues Trombone Volume 2 album. A Hundred Years From Today Lyrics. Jack Teagarden Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. All Music News . Popular Jack Teagarden Lyrics.

Complete your Jack Teagarden collection. Jack Teagarden, Vocal And Orchestra. A Hundred Years From Today. I Just Couldn't Take It Baby. Benny Goodman And His Orchestra. Frankie Trumauer And His Orch.

It’s the trombone artistry of Jack Teagarden. All four Teagarden children became prominent musicians. 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 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. Teagarden could turn poor material, such as "I Ain't Lazy, I'm Just Dreaming" and "The Mayor of Alabam," into good music. He sang two duets with Fats Waller, "That's What I Like About You" and "You Rascal You," which are hilarious, the epitome of good-humored jazz singing

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 Volume 2 (Jack Teagarden - 1963) 33SX 1553 (ID:15185).

Artist: Jack Teagarden Album: Father Of Jazz Trombone Genre: Dixieland, New Orleans Jazz Label: Avid Entertainment Released: 2004 Quality: FLAC (tracks+. cue) Tracklist: CD 1 - Makin' Friends (Recordings 1928-1938): Makin' Friends (3:05). Someone Stole Gabriel's Horn (2:56). Ain'tcha Glad (3:32). I Gotta Right To Sing The Blues (3:15). Dr. Heckle And Mr. Jibe (3:28). Texas Tea Party (3:22). 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. 0. 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.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Cloverdale Country Club Orchestra Chances Are
Alto Saxophone – Joe Catalyne, Max FarleyBass – Artie BernsteinBass Saxophone – Adrian RolliniDrums – Stan KingGuitar – Nappy LamarePiano, Vocals – Fats WallerTenor Saxophone, Clarinet – Pee Wee RussellTrombone, Vocals – Jack TeagardenTrumpet – Charlie Teagarden, Sterling BoseWritten-By – Freed*, Arnheim*, Barris*
A2 Jack Teagarden And His Orchestra I've Got It
Alto Saxophone, Clarinet – Bud Fisk*, Rod ClessArranged By – David RoseBass – Unknown ArtistDrums – Bob ConselmanGuitar – Dick McPartlandPiano, Soloist – Charles Lavere*Tenor Saxophone – Dale SkinnerTenor Saxophone, Soloist – Bud FreemanTrombone – Tommy Moore Trombone, Soloist – Jack TeagardenTrumpet – Charlie Teagarden, Claude WhitemanWritten-By – Rose*, Teagarden*
A3 Benny Goodman And His Orch.* Ain't Cha Glad?
Bass – Artie BernsteinClarinet, Soloist – Benny GoodmanDrums – Gene KrupaGuitar – Dick McDonoughPiano, Soloist – Joe SullivanTenor Saxophone, Soloist – Art KarleTrombone, Vocals, Soloist – Jack TeagardenTrumpet – Mannie Klein*Trumpet, Soloist – Charlie TeagardenWritten-By – Razaf*, Waller*
A4 Benny Goodman And His Orchestra Dr. Heckle And Mr. Jibe
Bass – Artie BernsteinClarinet, Soloist – Benny GoodmanDrums – Gene KrupaGuitar, Vocals – Dick McDonoughPiano – Frank FroebaTenor Saxophone – Art KarleTrombone, Vocals, Soloist – Jack TeagardenTrumpet – Mannie Klein*Trumpet, Vocals – Charlie TeagardenWritten-By – McDonough*
A5 Benny Goodman And His Orchestra Texas Tea Party
Bass – Artie BernsteinClarinet, Soloist – Benny GoodmanDrums – Gene KrupaGuitar – Dick McDonoughPiano – Frank FroebaTenor Saxophone – Art KarleTrombone, Vocals, Soloist – Jack TeagardenTrumpet – Charlie Teagarden, Mannie Klein*Written-By – Goodman*, Teagarden*
A6 Jack Teagarden, Vocal And Orchestra* A Hundred Years From Today
Alto Saxophone, Clarinet – Chester Hazlitt*Alto Saxophone, Clarinet, Soloist – Jimmy DorseyBass – Artie BernsteinDrums – Larry GomarGuitar – Perry BotkinPiano – Joe Moresco*Tenor Saxophone – Mutt HayesTrombone, Vocals, Soloist – Jack TeagardenTrumpet – Frank Guarente, Sterling BoseViolin – Walt Edelstein*Written-By – J. Young*, Washington*, V. Young*
A7 Jack Teagarden, Vocal And Orchestra* I Just Couldn't Take It Baby
Alto Saxophone, Clarinet – Chester Hazlitt*, Jimmy DorseyBass – Artie BernsteinDrums – Larry GomarGuitar – Perry BotkinPiano – Joe Moresco*Tenor Saxophone – Mutt HayesTrombone, Vocals – Jack TeagardenTrumpet – Frank Guarante*, Sterling BoseViolin – Walt Edelstein*Written-By – Nichols*, Holiner*
A8 Benny Goodman And His Orchestra Tappin' The Barrell
Bass – Artie BernsteinClarinet, Soloist – Benny GoodmanDrums – Gene KrupaGuitar – Dick McDonoughPiano, Soloist – Joe SullivanTenor Saxophone – Art KarleTrombone, Vocals, Soloist – Jack TeagardenTrumpet – Charlie Teagarden, Shirley ClayWritten-By – J. Young*, Washington*, V. Young*
B1 Frankie Trumauer And His Orch.* Break It Down
Alto Saxophone – Bennie Bonacio*, Charles Strickfadden*Alto Saxophone, Saxophone [C-melody], Soloist – Frankie TrumbauerBass – Art MillerDrums – Herb QuigleyGuitar, Soloist – Carl KressPiano, Soloist – Roy BargyTenor Saxophone, Clarinet, Soloist – Jack Cordaro*Trombone, Soloist – Jack TeagardenTrumpet – Nat NatoliTrumpet, Soloist – Charlie TeagardenWritten-By – Rose*, Trumbauer*
B2 Frankie Trumbauer And His Orchestra China Boy
Alto Saxophone – Charles Strickfadden*Alto Saxophone, Saxophone [C-melody], Soloist – Frankie TrumbauerBass – Art MillerDrums – Herb QuigleyGuitar – Carl KressPiano – Roy BargyTenor Saxophone, Clarinet – Jack Cordaro*Trombone, Soloist – Jack TeagardenTrumpet, Soloist – Charlie TeagardenViolin – Mischa RussellWritten-By – Winfree*, Boutelje*
B3 Jack Teagarden I Ain't Lazy, I'm Just Dreaming
Bass – Harry GoodmanClarinet, Soloist – Benny GoodmanDrums – Ray McKinleyGuitar – Benny MartelPiano – Teddy WilsonTenor Saxophone – Hank RossTrombone, Vocals, Soloist – Jack TeagardenTrumpet – Charlie Teagarden, George ThowWritten-By – Franklin*
B4 Benny Goodman And His Orchestra As Long As I Live
Bass – Harry GoodmanClarinet, Soloist – Benny GoodmanDrums – Ray McKinleyGuitar – Benny MartelPiano, Soloist – Teddy WilsonTenor Saxophone, Soloist – Hank RossTrombone, Vocals, Soloist – Jack TeagardenTrumpet – Charlie Teagarden, George ThowWritten-By – Arlen*, Koehler*
B5 Benny Goodman And His Orchestra Moonglow
Bass – Harry GoodmanClarinet, Soloist – Benny GoodmanDrums – Ray McKinleyGuitar – Benny MartelPiano, Soloist – Teddy WilsonTenor Saxophone, Soloist – Hank RossTrombone, Vocals, Soloist – Jack TeagardenTrumpet – Charlie TeagardenTrumpet, Soloist – George ThowWritten-By – DeLange*, Mills*, Hudson*
B6 Jack Teagarden Your Guess Is As Good As Mine
Alto Saxophone, Saxophone [C-melody] – Frankie TrumbauerBass – Art MillerClarinet, Soloist – Benny GoodmanDrums – Herb QuigleyHarp – Caspar Reardon*Piano – Terry ShandTrombone, Vocals, Soloist – Jack TeagardenTrumpet – Charlie TeagardenWritten-By – Goodhart*, Hoffman*, Sigler*
B7 Jack Teagarden And His Orchestra Stars Fell On Alabama
Alto Saxophone, Saxophone [C-melody], Soloist – Frankie TrumbauerBass – Art MillerClarinet – Benny GoodmanDrums – Herb QuigleyHarp – Caspar Reardon*Piano – Terry ShandTrombone, Vocals – Jack TeagardenTrumpet – Charlie TeagardenWritten-By – Perkins*, Parish*
B8 Frankie Trumbauer And His Orchestra I Hope Gabriel Likes My Music
Alto Saxophone, Saxophone [C-melody], Soloist – Frankie TrumbauerBass – Art MillerClarinet, Soloist – Jimmy Mince*Drums – Stan KingGuitar – Carl KressPiano – Roy BargyTenor Saxophone – Jack Cordaro*, Mutt HayesTrombone, Vocals, Soloist – Jack TeagardenTrumpet – Ed WadeTrumpet, Soloist – Charlie TeagardenWritten-By – Franklin*

Credits

  • Liner Notes – Charles Fox

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
33SX 1553 Jack Teagarden King Of The Blues Trombone Volume 2 ‎(LP, Comp, Mono) Columbia 33SX 1553 UK 1963

Related at Jack Teagarden - King Of The Blues Trombone Volume 2 FLAC albums

Various - Meet The Band Leaders Volume 12 download flac

Various - Meet The Band Leaders Volume 12 album download...

Released: 1988
Style: Big Band, Dixieland, Swing
Joe Venuti & Eddie Lang - Wild Cats download flac

Joe Venuti & Eddie Lang - Wild Cats album download...

Released: 2001
Style: Swing, Dixieland