Henry "Red" Allen, George Lewis , George Lewis Quartet - Same mp3 album
George Lewis (born Joseph Louis Francois Zenon, July 13, 1900 – December 31, 1968) was an American jazz clarinetist who achieved his greatest fame and influence in the later decades of his life. Lewis was born in the French Quarter of New Orleans, Louisiana. Through his mother, Alice Zeno, his maternal her was a Senegalese slave who was brought to Louisiana around 1803.
Celebratory Gritty Joyous Organic Playful Rollicking. Relaxation Reminiscing Summer Sunday Afternoon. George Lewis with Guest Artist Red Allen. In 1951, clarinetist George Lewis was on the brink of gaining fame beyond his wildest dreams and becoming a symbol of the New Orleans revival movement; however, he had not yet settled on a regular trumpeter for his group. Elmer Talbert had departed, Percy Humphrey would join up later in the year, and by 1953, Lewis would finally settle on the erratic but spirited Kid Howard.
Henry "Red" Allen - Heartbreak Blues Go, Go, Red, 2018 03:26. George Lewis - Walk Through The Streets Of The City The Beverly Caverns Sessions, Vol. 2, 1996 04:28.
Henry "Red" Allen and His Quartet Live, 1965. Clarnece Moten, George Reed, Henry "Red" Allen & Sammy Price. Your browser does not support the audio element.
George Lewis Quartet: Careless Love, Red Wing, Lou-easy-an-i-a и другие песни. Вся дискография, Радио, Концерты, рекомендации и похожие исполнители. Jazz In The Classic New Orleans Tradition. мы улучшили вашПлейлист дня и другие умные плейлисты.
Lyrics for top songs by George Lewis & Henry "Red" Allen. It's a Long Way to Tipperary. George Lewis & Henry "Red" Allen.
George Lewis and Alton Purnell - Alton Purnell, George Lewis. Jazz Mad Vol. 2: Hot Dance, Jazz and Instrumental Blues 1926-1930 - Bennie Moten's Kansas City Orchestra, Eddie Lang, Henry "Red" Allen, King Oliver, Sonny Greer. George Lewis Of New Orleans - George Lewis. Selected Recordings - George Lewis. Vintage George Lewis 1954 & 1955 - Alcide 'Slow Drag' Pavageau, Alton Purnell, George Lewis, Jim Robinson, Joe Watkins, Lawrence Marrero.
|A1||Darktown Strutters Ball|
|A3||St. James Infirmary - Take 1|
|A4||St. James Infirmary - Take 2|
|A5||Some Of This Days|
|B5||Old Rugged Cross|
NotesSide A Recorded New Orleans August 6 1951 / Side B Recorded New Orleans September 25 1953
|H-BU1045, HB-U.1045||George Lewis||George Lewis (Volume 2) (10")||London Records, London Records||H-BU1045, HB-U.1045||UK||1956|
|RLP 2512||George Lewis Featuring Red Allen*||George Lewis Featuring Red Allen* - New Orleans All Stars And Quartet (10", Album, Dee)||Riverside Records||RLP 2512||US||Unknown|
|LLF.1002||George Lewis||George Lewis (Volume 2) (10")||London Records||LLF.1002||Japan||1956|