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For Squares Only - Julian Dash, Al Sears, Eddie Chamblee, Ben Webster - Big Sound Tenors



Label: Riverboat - 900.267 • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: France • Genre: Jazz, Blues • Style: Rhythm & Blues, Jump Blues, Swing
Download For Squares Only - Julian Dash, Al Sears, Eddie Chamblee, Ben Webster - Big Sound Tenors

Publicar un comentario. Warm, mellow, glamorous sound, extreme musicianship, easy swing, his solos are fully good-natured and fluent. He is a very agreable-to-listen-to musician. He created a very peculiar language which alternates with success the bluntest staccato phrases with the most subtle phrases and their long melodic expansions. Inside his solos, the simple contrast of rhythm, sound volume and unscheduled schemes creates a harassing swing.

He knows masterly how to use growl and to give to some periods of his im- provisations Eddie Chamblee wild hues that are not without any charms. Like Al SEARS, whom he looks like a little, he likes Ben Webster - Big Sound Tenors make variate the intensity, the structure and the volume of his musical phrasing.

His great masterhood of growl, his blues feeling, his vitality Eddie Chamblee of him a first-rank tenor-sax, although the opportunities to listen to him are, alas, too scarce. Dentro de sus solos, el simple contraste de ritmo, volumen sonoro y esquemas no programados crea un swing acosador. La identidad del destacado guitarrista de "so glad" es desafortunadamente desconocida. Al igual que Al SEARS, a quien se parece un poco, le gusta hacer variar la intensidad, la estructura y el volumen de su fraseo musical.

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  1. Momuro said:
    Jul 17,  · Al Sears, or rather “Big” Al Sears, was a tenor sax player of remarkable longevity whose career spanned the early years of big band swing (he joined the Chick Webb band in ), the glory years of swing in the s and s, the rise of small group R&B, and even rock and roll.
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  2. Mern said:
    Big Sound Tenors - French - VINYL LP more of this title VARIOUS-JAZZ Big Sound Tenors (70s French track vinyl LP of recordings that showcase the sax abilities of Julian Dash, Al Sears, Eddie Chamblee and Ben Webster, laminated picture sleeve with album notes in French and English).
    05.11.2019
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  3. Aralkree said:
    Hotcha hotcha, baby! It's the Club DeLisa! Where a young LaVern Baker started performing as Little Miss Sharecropper back in the late 's, only that ain't LaVern. I .
    03.11.2019
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  4. Kazradal said:
    May 26,  · Otis Blackwell's style was unusual for an R&B singer of the time. His singing was obviously influenced by Roy Brown, Larry Darnell and the other emotional big blues belters of the day but the songs that he sang were often a synthesis of R&B, country and Latin which made his records on RCA and Joe Davis's Jay-Dee label sound ahead of their time.
    01.11.2019
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  5. Akimi said:
    Al Sears, or rather “Big” Al Sears, was a tenor sax player of remarkable longevity whose career spanned the early years of big band swing (he joined the Chick Webb band in ), the glory years of swing in the s and s, the rise of small group R&B, and even rock and roll.
    31.10.2019
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  6. Medal said:
    What has happened to individuality in sound????? If I'm listening to jazz on the radio, I can tell Cannonball, Dex, Ben, Gerry, Stan, Phil, Lester, Hawk, Desmond, etc, by their sound in under 4 seconds for sure. The greats of yesteryear had something thats just seriously missing today. This extends way beyond the saxophone. How about vocalists?.
    30.10.2019
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