Dizzy Gillespie Plays Joe Carroll Sings / Kenny Clarke - School Days / I'll Get You Yet mp3 album
1951–52: Dee Gee Days: The Savoy Sessions compilation album (Savoy) – includes all tracks on The Champ (Savoy) and School Days (Regent). 1952–53: The Great Blue Star Sessions 1952-1953 compilation album (EmArcy) – includes all tracks on Dizzy Gillespie and His Operatic Strings Orchestra (Fontana) and some tracks released on Dizzy at Home and Abroad (Atlantic). 1952: Horn A Plenty (Blue Note 1952). 1953: Dizzy Digs Paris (Giant Steps) – includes all tracks on Dizzy Over Paris (Roost). November Girl (Black Lion, 1970 ) with the Kenny Clarke/Francy Boland Big Band.
Album · 1996 · 17 Songs. Dizzy Gillespie, Elmon Wright, Benny Bailey, Lammar Wright, J. Ted Kelly, William Shepherd, John Brown, Howard Johnson, Joe Gayles, Big Nick Nicholas, Cecil Payne, John Lewis, John Collins, Al Mckibbon & Kenny Clarke. 4. Anthropology (Take 1). Dizzy Gillespie, Milt Jackson, Al Haig, Bill DeArango, Ray Brown & .
John Birks "Dizzy" Gillespie (/ɡɪˈlɛspi/; October 21, 1917 – January 6, 1993) was an American jazz trumpeter, bandleader, composer, and singer. Gillespie was a trumpet virtuoso and improviser, building on the virtuoso style of Roy Eldridge but adding layers of harmonic and rhythmic complexity previously unheard in jazz. His combination of musicianship, showmanship, and wit made him a leading popularizer of the new music called bebop.
Duets is an album by trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie featuring Sonny Rollins and Sonny Stitt recorded in 1957 and released on the Verve label. The recordings on this album are from the same sessions and with the same personnel that produced the earlier released Sonny Side Up album which had Sonny Stitt and Sonny Rollins playing simultaneously with Dizzy Gillespie. On the Duets album, as the name implies, Sonny Stitt and Sonny Rollins played separately with Dizzy Gillespie.
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On 18 June 1978, Dizzy Gillespie played a jazz concert at The White House for Jimmy Carter - and invited the President on stage to join him and drummer Max Roach.
Dizzy Gillespie is known to many as one of the best jazz musicians of all time. This Dizzy Gillespie discography is ranked from best to worst, so the top Dizzy Gillespie albums can be found at the top of the list. To make it easy for you, we haven't included Dizzy Gillespie singles, EPs, or compilations, so everything you see here should only be studio albums.
Dizzy Gillespie - Manteca. Newport Jazz Festival (Newport, RI), 07/03/1959. By Paste Magazine November 17, 2009. Music Audio Dizzy Gillespie. Shifting nimbly from Latin jazz to a bit of vocal bebop, Dizzy takes the mic to sing his jivey anthem "Ooo Shoo Be Doo Be" (originally sung by Joe Carroll on Dizzy's 1952 outing, The Champ ). Their mellow rendition of the 1931 Broadway show tune "I Found A Million Dollar Baby (In a Five and Ten Cent Store)" is underscored by Stewart's relaxed brushes playing and prominently features Spann's underrated flute work, which he plays in unison with Gillespie's muted trumpet on the front line
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|A||–Dizzy Gillespie, Joe Carroll||School Days
Baritone Saxophone – Bill GrahamBass – Percy HeathDrums – Al (Junior) Jones*Piano – Milt JacksonTrumpet – Dizzy Gillespie
|B||–Kenny Clarke Featuring James Moody||I'll Get You Yet
Tenor Saxophone – James MoodyWritten-By – Kenny Clarke
Baritone Saxophone -Bill Graham
Bass -Percy Heath
Drums -Al (Junior) Jones
Piano -Milt Jackson
Trumpet -Dizzy Gillespie
Tenor Saxophone -James Moody
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