Ralph Sutton - Plays Music Of "Fats" Waller mp3 album
Australian cornetist Bob Barnard, who made his first solo album in 1952, and American Ralph Sutton, one of the last geniuses of the stride piano, renew their acquaintance with this release. The term "music" is used broadly to mean not only pieces written by Waller but also others' compositions that Waller had in his vast repertoire, some of which were virtually Waller's personal property, such as "You.
Ralph Earl Sutton (November 4, 1922 – December 30, 2001) was an American jazz pianist born in Hamburg, Missouri. He was a stride pianist in the tradition of James P. Johnson and Fats Waller. Sutton had a stint as a session musician with Jack Teagarden's band before joining the US Army during World War II. After the war, he played at various venues in Missouri, eventually ending up at Eddie Condon's club in Greenwich Village.
Listen to Poor Butterfly from Ralph Sutton's Ralph Sutton at Cafe Des Copains for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Nearly alone in his generation, Sutton kept alive the piano styles of Fats Waller and James P. Johnson, not as mere museum pieces but as devices for exciting improvisations. Ralph Earl Sutton was an American jazz pianist born 4 November 1922 in Hamburg, Missouri. He died 30 December 2001 in Evergreen, Colorado.
Album · 1955 · 20 Songs. Louis Armstrong’s tribute to stride pianist and vocalist Fats Waller brings the soul. By the time Armstrong was recording for Columbia, in the ’50s, he had a renewed sense of mission, using the LP format to survey great traditions in American song. But cuts that feature the leader more extensively are even better, as with Armstrong’s clarion trumpet playing and blues singing on "Blue Turning Grey Over You". Satch Plays Fats Louis Armstrong.
Pianist Ralph Sutton has been "fighting the good fight," as jazz traditionalists might say, for over half a century now. Indebted to Stride masters Fats Waller, Willie "The Lion" Smith and James P. Johnson, he has lent his own lively, virtuosic approach to an idiom that reached its peak in the early 1920s (at which point he was still in diapers). He has a whole slew of mainstream, Swing-oriented outings under his belt, recorded over the years with such like-minded tradition-bearers as cornetist Ruby Braff and bassist Milt Hinton.
Luckey Roberts, Ralph Sutton, Luckey Roberts & Ralph Sutton. Saga Jazz: Stride Piano (James P. Johnson, Fats Waller, Willie "The Lion" Smith).
Live - The Music of Fats Waller, Vol. 2. Ralph Sutton, Jon-Erik Kellso, Brian Ogilvie & Marty Grosz. Ralph Sutton & Johnny Varro. Maybeck Recital Hall Series, Volume Thirty.
This album was recorded in 1991 in Sydney when Ralph Sutton was on a tour of Australia. Len plays some neat drum solos on Clarinet Marmalade and Wolverine Blues but otherwise he fails to make much of a contribution to the album. Some of his accents are misplaced, and he is not really missed on the three tracks where he is absent. Like Waller, Sutton could stride but also play decoratively. Ralph's allegiance to Fats is clear in his solo version of Waller's Handful of Keys. It is an affectionate performance but by no means a copy of Waller's version. Ralph starts by taking it at a gentler tempo and adding plenty of decoration.
Продавец: Интернет-магазин Ozon. Адрес: Россия, Москва, Пресненская набережная, 10. ОГРН: 1027739244741
|Keepin' Out Of Mischief Now|
|Sheltered By The Stars, Cradled By The Moon, Covered By The Night|
|Blue Turning Grey Over You|
|Take It From Me (I'm Talkin' To You)|
|CL 6180||Ralph Sutton||Plays Music Of "Fats" Waller (10", Album, Mono)||Columbia||CL 6180||US||1951|
|662 004 TR||Ralph Sutton||Plays Fats Waller (10", Album)||Fontana||662 004 TR||Netherlands||Unknown|