Billy Eckstine And His Orchestra - 1946-1947 mp3 album
- Performer: Billy Eckstine And His Orchestra
- Title: 1946-1947
- Genre: Jazz
- Formats: MIDI MP2 AC3 ASF ADX RA FLAC
- Released: 1998
- Style: Bop, Big Band
- MP3 album: 1610 mb
- FLAC album: 1748 mb
- Rating: 4.7/5
- Votes: 292
In 1984 Eckstine recorded his penultimate album, I Am a Singer, arranged and conducted by Angelo DiPippo and featuring Toots Thielemans on harmonica. In November 1986, Eckstine recorded with saxophonist Benny Carter for his 1987 album Billy Eckstine Sings with Benny Carter. Eckstine made his final recordings for Motorcity Records, a label for ex-Motown artists founded by Ian Levine. He married his first wife, June, in 1942. 1999 The Chronological Billy Eckstine And His Orchestra 1946–1947 (Classics) - n. 2001 Mr. B (ASV/Living Era) – n. 2002 Timeless: Billy Eckstine (Savoy Jazz/Denon) – compilation. 2002 The Legendary Big Band 1943–1947 (Savoy Jazz/Denon) – 2-CD anthology (all of Eckstine's recordings for the De Luxe and National labels). 2003 The Motown Years (Motown/UMe) – 2-CD anthology. 2004 Love Songs (Savoy Jazz/Denon) – compilation. 2004 A Proper Introduction to Billy Eckstine: Ballads, Blues and Bebop (Proper) – n.
Following up their excellent set of Billy Eckstine's 1944-1945 sides, Classics' has now brought together more of the bandleader's prime bebop-era material on this disc of 1946-1947 material. Once again, Eckstine is backed by some of the day's top players, namely Miles Davis, Fats Navarro, Kenny Dorham, Sonny Stitt, Gene Ammons, and Art Blakey
Billy Eckstine - Lonesome Lover Blues (1945). AdRev for Rights Holder; ASCAP" и другие авторские общества (1). Композиция. A Cottage for Sale (Bonus Track). Best of - Django Reinhardt. Billy Eckstine & His Orchestra's Lonesome Lover Blues. The Orchard Music (от лица компании "Charly Records").
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Release group information. Artist: Billy Eckstine and His Orchestra. Type: Album + Compilation.
Billy Eckstine & His Orchestra. Billy Eckstine & His Orchestra. 1. I Only Have Eyes For You. 2. You're My Evening. 3. I've Got To Pass Your House. 4. The Jitney Man. 6. Second Balcony Jump.
Album · 1998 · 24 Songs. Giants of Jazz: Ballads. George Russell and His Orchestra.
EmArcy MG 36029 Billy Eckstine - Blues For Sale Regent MG 6054 Billy Eckstine - My Deep Blue Dream Savoy SJL 2214 Billy Eckstine - Mister B. And The Band: The Savoy Sessions EmArcy MG 36016 Various Artists - The Advance Guard Of The '40s Savoy SJL 1127 Billy Eckstine Sings Regent MG 6053 Billy Eckstine - The Duke, The Blues And Me EmArcy MG 26025 Billy. Various Artists - Tenor Jazz Mercury 1098 Coleman Hawkins - Under A Blanket Of Blue, Herbie Haymer - China Boy. Billy Eckstine And His Orchestra. Boonie Hazel, Shorty McConnell, Fats Navarro, Raymond Orr, trumpet; Chippy Outcalt, Robert Scott, Gerald Valentine, trombone; Norris Turney, Bob "Junior" Williams, alto sax; Gene Ammons, Josh Jackson, tenor sax; Leo Parker, baritone sax; possibly Jimmy Golden, piano; Connie Wainwright, guitar; Bill McMahon, bass; Art Blakey, drums; Billy Eckstine, vocals.
Request an album send to friend. L'Histoire Des Big Bands (7, 10) 1946 - 1947 (2006). Quality: 192-320 Kbits/sec. Bitrate (quality): 192256320. mp3. Intermission Riff. Stan Kenton And His Orchestra. Rockin' In Rhythm.
|1||I Only Have Eyes For You||2:38|
|2||You're My Everything||2:43|
|3||I've Got To Pass Your House||2:46|
|4||The Jitney Man||2:43|
|6||Second Balcony Jump||2:51|
|8||Tell Me Pretty Baby||2:56|
|9||Love Is The Thing||2:48|
|10||Without A Song||2:50|
|12||Don't Take Your Love From Me||2:54|
|13||Oop Bop Sh' Bam||3:01|
|14||I Love The Loveliness Of You||2:39|
|15||In The Still Of The Night||2:51|
|17||My Silent Love||2:48|
|18||Time On My Hands||2:51|
|19||All The Things You Are||2:35|
|20||In A Sentimental Mood||2:34|
|21||All Of Me||2:38|
|22||Where Are You?||2:42|
|23||Prelude To A Kiss||2:52|
|24||She's Got The Blues For Sale||2:59|
- Alto Saxophone – Bob "Junior" Williams (tracks: 1 to 12), John Cobbs (tracks: 13 to 20), Norris Turney (tracks: 1 to 12), Sonny Criss (tracks: 21 to 24), Sonny Stitt (tracks: 13 to 20)
- Baritone Saxophone – Cecil Payne (tracks: 13 to 20), Leo Parker (tracks: 5 to 12), Tate Houston (tracks: 1 to 4)
- Bass – Bill McMahon (tracks: 1 to 12), Shifty Henry* (tracks: 21 to 24), Tommy Potter (tracks: 13 to 20)
- Drums – Art Blakey (tracks: 1 to 20), Tim Kennedy (tracks: 21 to 24)
- Guitar – Connie Wainwright (tracks: 1 to 20)
- Piano – Jimmy Golden (tracks: 5 to 12), Linton Garner (tracks: 13 to 20), Richard Ellington (tracks: 1 to 4), Warren Bracken (tracks: 21 to 24)
- Tenor Saxophone – Arthur Sammons (tracks: 1 to 4, 13 to 20), Gene Ammons (tracks: 1 to 20), Josh Jackson (tracks: 5 to 12), Wardell Gray (tracks: 20 to 24)
- Trombone – Chippy Outcalt* (tracks: 1 to 20), Gerald Valentine , Robert Scott (tracks: 1 to 20), Walter Knox (tracks: 13 to 20)
- Trumpet – Fats Navarro (tracks: 5 to 12), Hobart Dotson (tracks: 13 to 20), Kenny Dorham (tracks: 1 to 4), King Colax* (tracks: 13 to 20), Leonard Hawkins (tracks: 13 to 20), Boonie Hazel* (tracks: 1 to 12), Miles Davis (tracks: 13 to 20), Ray Linn (tracks: 21 to 24), Raymond Orr (tracks: 1 to 12), Shorty McConnell (tracks: 1 to 12)
- Vocals – Billy Eckstine
NotesTracks 1 to 12 recorded in New York from January to March 1946.
Tracks 13 to 24 recorded in Los Angeles in October 1946 and April 1947.
Misspelt 'The Chronogical Classics' on the front.