Ralph Sutton , Ruby Braff - R&R: Quartet mp3 album
The fourth volume of the Ralph Sutton Quartet with Ruby Braff is much like the earlier three, recorded at wife Sunnie Sutton's club Sunnie's Rendezvous during an extended stay in 1968. While the piano is still less than perfectly in tune, Sutton is like the past master Art Tatum at making the best of things. Unlike earlier volumes, this CD sticks more to familiar standards. Braff is a very lyrical player, as always, saying more with legato lines than other players can with a flurry of notes
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Reuben "Ruby" Braff (March 16, 1927 – February 9, 2003) was an American jazz trumpeter and cornetist. Jack Teagarden was once asked about him on the Gary Moore TV show and described Ruby as "the Ivy League Louis Armstrong. Braff was born in Boston. He was renowned for working in an idiom ultimately derived from the playing of Louis Armstrong and Bix Beiderbecke.
Virtually all of the music played at this session is familiar stuff. But there's no lack of exuberance and freshness. For those who occasionally must be happily reminded just how great this music can be, this album is an absolute must. Personnel: Ruby Braff - Cornet; Ralph Sutton - Piano; Jack Lesberg - Bass; Gus Johnson - Drums. Title: R & R Year Released: 2002 Record Label: Chiaroscuro Records.
Album: Ralph Sutton Quartet Featuring Ruby Braff Vol. 3, Featuring Ruby Braff, Vol. 3. Release year: 2000. Download Ralph Sutton, Ralph Sutton & Ruby Braff, Ruby Braff - Sweethearts On Parade. Ralph Sutton Quartet Featuring Ruby Braff Vol. 3: Best 2 songs. Ralph Sutton, Ralph Sutton & Ruby Braff, Ruby Braff - A Hundred Years From Today 05:09. Don Thompson, Ed Bickert, Gene Dinovi, Ruby Braff, Terry Clarke - Love Is Sweeping the Country The Canadian Sessions, 1999 02:41. Artist: Ruby Braff Ralph Sutton Ralph Sutton & Ruby Braff.
album: R & R. Ralph Sutton, Ruby Braff - Medley: I Wished On the Moon, If You Were Mine. album: The Ralph Sutton Quartet Vol. 2. Ralph Sutton, Ruby Braff - Ain't Misbehavin'. Ruby Braff and Ralph Sutton, Ruby Braff, cornet & Ralph Sutton, piano - I'm Crazy 'Bout My Baby. album: R & R. Ruby Braff and Ralph Sutton, Ruby Braff, cornet & Ralph Sutton, piano - Tain't Nobody's Bizness If I Do. Love Is Just Around The Corner
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.
|A1||Shoe Shine Boy|
|A2||What Is There To Say|
|A3||Sweethearts On Parade|
|A4||I Aint Got Nobody|
|A5||You Can Depend On Me|
|B1||Big Butter And Egg Man|
|B2||I Wished On The Moon|
|B4||I'm Crazy Bout My Baby|
|B5||Little Rock Getaway|
|B6||I Would Do Anything For You|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Chaz Jazz Records, Inc.
- Bass – Jack Lesberg
- Cornet – Ruby Braff
- Drums – Gus Johnson
- Engineer [Recording], Mixed By – John Orr
- Liner Notes – Richard M. Sudhalter
- Mastered By – Jack Addelman
- Piano – Ralph Sutton
- Producer – Charlie Baron
|CR(D) 211||Ruby Braff & Ralph Sutton||Ruby Braff & Ralph Sutton - R & R (CD, Comp)||Chiaroscuro Records||CR(D) 211||US||2002|