Jess Stacy - Lee Wiley / Muggsy Spanier / Specs Powell - Jess Stacy and Friends 1938-1944 mp3 album
LEE WILEY with Jess Stacy and Muggsy Spanier. 9. Down to Steamboat Tennessee. JESS STACY with Specs Powell Drums. 11. After You've Gone. 12. Old Fashioned Love. Jess Stacy, Lee Wiley - J. Stacy & Friends (LP, Album, Comp, Mono). Jess Stacy, Lee Wiley, Muggsy Spanier, Specs Powell.
performing six numbers (four standards and two originals) with drummer Specs Powell in 1944. Although the alternate takes are not included, this is a superior and easily recommended set to fans of the swing piano.
Jesse Alexandria Stacy (August 11, 1904 – January 1, 1995) was an American jazz pianist who gained prominence during the swing era. He is perhaps best known for his years with the Benny Goodman band during the late 1930s, particularly his performance at Goodman's Carnegie Hall concert in 1938. Stacy was born in Bird's Point, Missouri, a small town across the Mississippi River from Cairo, Illinois. His first piano teacher was Mabel Irene Bailey, who played piano for silent movies.
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Listen to albums and songs from Jess Stacy. 1944-1950 (HD Remastered). Jess Stacy: 1951-1956 (Live). Essential Piano Jazz Masters 1938-1940. Roll 'Em. Singles & EPs. Play.
|JESS STACY Solos|
|4||Ain't Goin' Nowhere||2:43|
|5||She's Funny That Way||3:43|
|6||You're Driving Me Crazy||3:36|
|7||The Sell Out||4:13|
|LEE WILEY with Jess Stacy and Muggsy Spanier|
|9||Down to Steamboat Tennessee||4:33|
|JESS STACY with Specs Powell Drums|
|11||After You've Gone||2:47|
|12||Old Fashioned Love||2:37|
|13||I Ain't Got Nobody||3:21|
|16||Song of the Wanderer||2:38|
- Drums – Gordon Powell
- Tenor Saxophone – Bud Freeman
- Trumpet – Muggsy Spanier
- Vocals – Lee Wiley
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 8882-67008-2 3
- Barcode: 088826700823
|6.24298 AG||Jess Stacy||Jess Stacy and Friends 1938-1944 (LP, Comp)||Commodore||6.24298 AG||Germany||1980|
|XFL 15358||Jess Stacy / Lee Wiley||Jess Stacy / Lee Wiley - J. Stacy & Friends (LP, Album, Comp, Mono)||Commodore||XFL 15358||US||1980|
|CCL-7008, CCL 7008||Jess Stacy / Lee Wiley / Muggsy Spanier / Specs Powell||Jess Stacy / Lee Wiley / Muggsy Spanier / Specs Powell - Jess Stacy And Friends (LP, Album, Comp, Mono, RE)||Commodore, Commodore||CCL-7008, CCL 7008||US||1988|