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Great Trombones - DVD (Cód: 2723284)

Jack Teagarden; , Frank Rosolino

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Great Trombones - DVD

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Descrição

The trombone was present in jazz since its inception, and the first Afro-American group to make a record was that of trombonist Kid Ory in June 1922. However, in the genre’s rich history, only a few outstanding soloists have come to light – certainly fewer than on other horns like the trumpet and the various kinds of saxophones. Perhaps this is due to the intricacies of the trombone, which make it hard to create a natural and fluid voice. Among the best trombone stars ever were the two musicians showcased on this DVD. Frank Rosolino (1926-1978) was one of the best known names in the West Coast due both to his exceptional technique and his warm personality. He played with the bands of Tony Pastor, Herbie Fields, Stan Kenton and Georgie Auld, and recorded many albums under his own name. This 1962 TV show features him in a quartet format spotlighting all his talents. Jack Teagarden (1905-1964) was a widely loved figure – both as a trombonist and as a singer – from his recording debut in 1927 until his death. Unlike the rough sound generally attributed to the trombone, Teagarden created a unique and melancholic voice on his instrument that would forever change the sound of the jazz trombone. He is presented here in 1952, right after leaving the Louis Armstrong All Stars (where he also shared the stage with Barney Bigard, Earl Hines and Sidney Catlett) performing some of his favorite songs in the company of his brother Charlie. A very interesting trumpet player, Charlie Teagarden (1913-1984) – who was clearly influenced by Bix Beiderbecke – is a true pleasure to listen to. As a bonus we have included a complete 1939 short film presenting pianist/ composer/singer Hoagy Carmichael playing his tunes with Jack Teagarden and his orchestra. In order to enjoy the music, we must ignore the evident emphasis the film’s director put on racial stereotypes when presenting Afro-Americans. Unfortunately, this was commonplace in the thirties. Drummer Clois Teagarden is another of Jack’s brothers (Norma, not seen or heard here, was a pianist).


Faixas do DVD:

01 Theme & Announcements 1:44
02 YESTERDAYS (Kern-Harbach) 4:51
03 MEAN TO ME (Turk-Ahlert) 4:18
04 PLEASE DON'T BUG ME (Frank Rosolino) 4:05
05 LOVER MAN (Ramírez-Sherman-Davis) 4:28
06 WELL YOU NEEDN'T (Thelonious Monk) 6:36
07 LOVER (Rodgers-Hart) 3:20
08 BASIN STREET BLUES (Spencer Williams) 3:11
09 WOLVERINE BLUES (Jelly Roll Morton) 2:50
10 ROCKIN' CHAIR (Hoagy Carmichael) 3:42
11 THAT'S A PLENTY (Gilbert-Pollack) 2:51
12 NOBODY KNOWS THE TROUBLE I'VE SEEN (Traditional) 4:25
13 JACK ARMSTRONG BLUES (Armstrong-Teagarden) 3:43
14 STARS FELL ON ALABAMA (Parish-Perkins) 3:36
15 DARK EYES (Traditional Russian Song) 3:15 16 GEORGIA ON MY MIND (Hoagy Carmichael) 2:43

Bonus:
17 TWO SLEEPY PEOPLE (Carmichael-Loesser) / THAT'S RIGHT, I'M WRONG (Hoagy Carmichael) / WASHBOARD BLUES / LAZY BONES (Carmichael-Callahan/Hoagy Carmichael)/ SMALL FRY/ROCKIN' CHAIR (Hoagy Carmichael) / STARDUST (Carmichael-Parish) 10:08

Características

Peso 0.44 Kg
Produto sob encomenda Não
Marca SMV Entretenimento
Referência .
Altura 21.00 cm
Largura 14.00 cm
Profundidade 1.00 cm
Duração Aproximada Aprox. 70 Min
Cód. Barras 8436028696475
AutorJack Teagarden; , Frank Rosolino