March Of The Hoodlums - Lud Gluskin Et Son Jazz - Paris - Berlin 1928-1932 (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. "Listening to sounds from the past helps put the present jazz scene in proper perspective. Last year a ton of historical material by the overlooked Lucky Thompson finally saw the light of day,and this collection of Parisian gigs from feature the hard swinging saxist in some hip settings, ranging from trio to octet.
  2. Jul 25,  · Now playing Hank Mobley, "The Flip" (Jazz in Paris version released this month). Seems to match the mastering of the Connoisseur edition released by Blue Note in ; this edition has a production credit of for Blue Note Records, though it does say "Mastering coordinated by .
  3. Fantasy LP , LP ; Original Jazz Classics OJC, OJCCD; America (F) 30 AM ** part of Prestige PR DEB John Dennis - New Piano Expressions
  4. Most significant indigenous band to emerge from the early Paris jazz scene was the Quintette du Hot Club de France. The Hot Club Quintette du Hot Club de France, a band formed in featuring violinist Stéphane Grappelli () and guitarist Jean Baptiste "Django" Reinhardt ().
  5. The Jazz Age. The phrase conjures images of Louis Armstrong holding court at the Sunset Cafe in Chicago, Duke Ellington dazzling crowds at the Cotton Club in Harlem, and star singers like Bessie Smith and Ma Rainey. But the Jazz Age was every bit as much of a Paris phenomenon as it was a Chicago and New York scene. In Paris Blues, Andy Fry provides an alternative history of African American.

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