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Teddy Wilson - His Piano, His Orchestra 1938-1941 album

Teddy Wilson - His Piano, His Orchestra 1938-1941 album Performer: Teddy Wilson
Title: His Piano, His Orchestra 1938-1941
Style: Swing
Size MP3: 1390 mb
Size FLAC: 1563 mb
Rating: 4.3
Format: DMF XM MOD AU RA FLAC DTS

Teddy Wilson And His Orchestra. A2. –Teddy Wilson And His Orchestra. Laugh And Call It Love. A3. On The Bumpy Road To Love. A4. I'll See You In My Dreams. Piano – Teddy Wilson. Melody In F.

His Piano & His Orchestra: 1938-1939.

Album · 1998 · 21 Songs. The Teddy Wilson Collection 1933-42. The Noble Art of Teddy Wilson. Three Little Words (The Definitive Black & Blue Sessions (Nice, France 1976)).

Home T Teddy Wilson-1 His Piano & His Orchestra: 1938-1939. Theodore Shaw "Teddy" Wilson (November 24, 1912 – July 31, 1986) was an American jazz pianist. Described by critic Scott Yanow as "the definitive swing pianist", Wilson's sophisticated and elegant style was featured on the records of many of the biggest names in jazz including Louis Armstrong, Lena Horne, Benny Goodman, Billie Holiday, and Ella Fitzgerald. With Goodman, he was perhaps the first well-known black musician to play publicly in a racially integrated group. In addition to his extensive work as a sideman, Wilson also led his own groups and recording sessions.

His Piano, His Orchestra 1938-1941. 14,40 €. 11,52 €. view record. This is a scan done by us, but as we have often several items in stock, it may be from a different item. His Piano, His Orchestra 1938-1941. Cover, Media grading.

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Between his own dates, many recordings with Benny Goodman's small groups and a series of piano solos, Teddy Wilson recorded a large number of gems during the second half of the 1930s. in 1939 to form his own big band but, despite some fine records, it folded in 1940. Wilson led a sextet at Cafe Society during 1940-1944, taught music at Juilliard during the summers of 1945-1952, appeared on radio shows, and recorded regularly with a trio, as a soloist and with pick-up groups in addition to having occasional reunions with Goodman

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A1 Teddy Wilson And His Orchestra Now It Can Be Told
A2 Teddy Wilson And His Orchestra Laugh And Call It Love
A3 Teddy Wilson And His Orchestra On The Bumpy Road To Love
A4 Teddy Wilson And His Orchestra A-Tisket, A Tasket
A5 Teddy Wilson I'll See You In My Dreams
Piano – Teddy Wilson
A6 Teddy Wilson Alice Blue Gown
Piano – Teddy Wilson
A7 Teddy Wilson Melody In F
Piano – Teddy Wilson
A8 Teddy Wilson When You And I Were Young Maggie
Piano – Teddy Wilson
B1 Teddy Wilson And His Orchestra I Never Knew
B2 Teddy Wilson And His Orchestra Embraceable You
B3 Teddy Wilson And His Orchestra But Not For Me
B4 Teddy Wilson And His Orchestra Oh, Lady, Be Good
B5 Teddy Wilson Rosetta
Bass – Al HallDrums – J.C. HeardPiano – Teddy Wilson
B6 Teddy Wilson I Know That You Know
Bass – Al HallDrums – J.C. HeardPiano – Teddy Wilson
B7 Teddy Wilson Them There Eyes
Bass – Al HallDrums – J.C. HeardPiano – Teddy Wilson
B8 Teddy Wilson China Boy
Bass – Al HallDrums – J.C. HeardPiano – Teddy Wilson

Credits

  • Alto Saxophone – Benny Carter (tracks: A1 to A4)
  • Baritone Saxophone – George James (tracks: B1 to B4)
  • Bass – Al Hall (tracks: B1 to B4), John Kirby (tracks: A1 to A4)
  • Clarinet – Jimmy Hamilton (tracks: B1 to B4)
  • Design – Ingrid af Sandeberg
  • Drums – Cozy Cole (tracks: A1 to A4), Yank Porter (tracks: B1 to B4)
  • Guitar – Eddie Gibbs (tracks: B1 to B4), Unknown Artist (tracks: A1 to A4)
  • Piano – Teddy Wilson
  • Tenor Saxophone – Ben Webster (tracks: A1 to A4)
  • Trombone – Benny Morton (tracks: B1 to B4)
  • Trumpet – Bill Coleman (tracks: B1 to B4), Jonah Jones (tracks: A1 to A4)
  • Vocals – Helen Ward, Nan Wynn (tracks: A1 to A4)

Notes

Recorded New York City, July 29, 1938 (A1 to A4), August 11, 1938 (A5, A6), January 27, 1939 (A7, A8), and December 9, 1940 (B1 to B4).
Recorded Chicago, April 7, 1941 (B5) and April 11, 1941 (B6 to B8).