Wallace Davenport with Ted Easton's Jazzband - Wallace Davenport With Ted Easton's Jazzband mp3 album
On this set Butterfield is heard jamming in Holland with drummer Ted Easton's excellent quintet on five dixieland and swing standards including "Rosetta," "Stardust" and "Blue Lo. The climax of the date is a 14-minute version of "How Come You Do Me Like You Do" which features tenor-saxophonist Bud Freeman, soprano-saxophonist Bob Wilber, trombonist Roy Williams and pianist Brian Lemon "sitting i.
Elegant Refined Reserved Rollicking Sophisticated Stylish. Ralph Sutton with Ted Easton's Jazzband. The great stride pianist Ralph Sutton was in Europe when he recorded this live concert with Dutch drummer Ted Easton's quintet. The repertoire is mostly filled with Dixieland and New Orleans warhorses (the exceptions are Benny Carter's "Blues in My Heart," "Sunshine of Love," and "Emaline"), but the musicians make the music sound fresh and generally exciting. Sutton, who was always very consistent, excels as usual and there are fine solos along the way by trumpeter Bob Wulffers, trombonist Henk Van Muyen, and clarinetist Frits Kaatee.
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Ralph Sutton - piano Ted Easton - drums & leader Frits Kaatee - clarinet & alto sax Henk Van Muyen - trombone Bob Wulffers - trumpet Jacques Kingma - bass. Jazzology JCD - 159. Thanks to snobb for the addition. No release results found : showing artist results instead. Oh Baby: Solo Piano Sackville 2004. Ralph Sutton with Ted Easton's Jazzband Contents.
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Television show in 1973 Betty Smith with Ted Easton's Jazzband with 'Sweet Geogia Brown'. Line up: Betty Smith ts, Bob Wulffers tpt, Henk van Muijen tbn, Hans Verheul cl, Frits Kaatee ts, Pim Hogervorst bjo, Jacques Kingma bass and Ted Easton dms. Live at the New Orleans Jazzclub Scheveningen (The Hague) Netherlands. labelTed Easton labelBobby Hackett labelEddie Condon labelDutch Swing College Band labelHans Verheul labelPim Hogervorst labelHarbour Jazzband labelDixieland labelBetty Smith. She can blow! 5 years ago.
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|A1||Back Home Again In Indiana
Written-By – Hanley*
|A2||Don't Blame Me
Written-By – Mc Hugh*
|A3||It's Alright With Me
Written-By – Cole Porter
Written-By – Bennie Moten
|A5||Lover Come Back To Me
Written-By – S. Romberg*
Written-By – Hickman*, Williams*
|B2||More Than You Know
Written-By – W. Rose*, E. Eliscu*, V. Youmans*
|B3||When You're Smiling
Written-By – J. Goodwin*, L. Shay*, M. Fisher*
|B4||I'm Confessin' That I Love You
Written-By – Neiburg*, Dougherty*, Reynolds*
- Recorded At – New Orleans Jazz Club Scheveningen
- Mixed At – J.P.S. Studio's B.V. Leiden
- Arranged By, Banjo, Trombone – Pim Hogervorst
- Bass – Jacques Kingma
- Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Sidney Pfeffer
- Cover, Design – Myosotis
- Engineer – Joop Pieete Jr.
- Photography By – Joop Pieete Sr.
- Piano – Wim Beekhuizen
- Producer, Liner Notes, Drums – Ted Easton
- Trombone – Henk Van Muyen
- Trumpet – Wallace Davenport
- Trumpet, Alto Horn – Bob Wulffers
NotesRecorded at the New Orleans Jazz Club, Scheveningen, The Netherlands, on the 4th and 5th of November, 1976. Mixed at J.P.S. Studios, Leiden, The Netherlands.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: STEMRA
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1 (hand etched): 658003-A-33201-1-Y HN L
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2 (hand etched): 658003-B-33202-1-Y HN