Brocksi-Quintett / Brocksieper Jazz-Ensemble - Drums-Boogie / Kein Problem mp3 album
- Performer: Brocksi-Quintett
- Title: Drums-Boogie / Kein Problem
- Genre: Jazz
- Formats: WAV AIFF MIDI MP1 DXD AU TTA
- Released: 1947
- Style: Swing
- MP3 album: 1944 mb
- FLAC album: 1738 mb
- Rating: 4.8/5
- Votes: 638
Brocksi-Quintett, Freddie Brocksieper Star-Quintett.
I love to hear the Boogie rolling and swinging'!. May be, there are some real Piano- and Drums-/Percussion Experts in the audience? As I'm no pianoplayer and no drummer at all: Let me know, what you think, about rolling tremolos, swinging bass lefthand-patterns or setting up a drum set for swing, and what could be done better. Have fun, and: Set the music free!. Boogie Woogie Rock Jazz Swing Dance Music Drumset Albert Ammons Pinetop Smith Pete Johnson Meade Lux Lewis.
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Freddie Brocksieper: Freddies Boogie Blues. 1-CD with 20-page booklet, 24 tracks. 64 mns. The german gene krupa. In all the Jazz encyclopaedias not a single word can be found about Freddie 'Brocksi' Brocksieper. Just a few insiders know about him. That situation has changed since the release of our first two CDs in this series.
Freddie Brocksieper Quintett. Lutz Templins Orchester (1941–1943). Aufnahmen unter eigenem Namen. Shot Gun Boogie, Vol. 3. Drums Boogie. Freddie's Boogie Blues. Aufnahmen als sideman. 1937–1943: Various Artists: Swing Tanzen Verboten! German Swing, Dance and Jazz. 1940–1944: Charlie and His Orchestra: Swing Tanzen Verboten! 1957: Albert Mangelsdorff/The Jazz Sextet: European Tour '57 (als Master of Ceremonies).
All the great songs and lyrics from the "Drums Boogie" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. Fritz "Freddie" Brocksieper (August 24, 1912 in Istanbul, Turkey – January 17, 1990) was a German jazz-musician, drummer, and bandleader. Brocksieper was born in Constantinople but was playing professionally in Germany by 1930, working in Nuremberg and Berlin in the 1930s.
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NotesSide A recorded in Munich May 1947
Side B recorded in Berlin 6 July 1943
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): 217 KK
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): 10039 GD