Despite his popularity, pianist Wally Rose had not recorded since 1956, when he made this solo LP in 1982. While Rose's records of the 1950s were sometimes flawed due to corny playing by his rhythm section and by his piano's sound occasionally being distorted with tacks, this album features him on 14 unaccompanied solos and still in prime form. The repertoire includes old and obscure rags, along with James P. Johnson's "Harlem Strut" and two of Rose's pieces.
Revisited is a ragtime music album recording by WALLY ROSE released in 1982 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. WALLY ROSE - Revisited. Filed under Ragtime By WALLY ROSE.
Profile: American jazz (and ragtime) pianist. He was the pianist for Lu Watter's group. Born : October 02, 1913 in Oakland, California. Died : January 12, 1997 in Walnut Creek, California. Ragtime Classics (Album). Turk Murphy And Wally Rose - The Music Of Jelly Roll Morton Vol. II. (10", Album).
Wally Rose (October 2, 1913, Oakland, California – January 12, 1997, Walnut Creek, California) was an American jazz and ragtime pianist. Rose was a mainstay of the jazz scene in San Francisco during the 1940s and 1950s. He was the pianist for Lu Watters's group, the Yerba Buena Jazz Band, for its existence from 1939–50. Following this, he played with Bob Scobey (1951) and Turk Murphy (1952–54), then did mainly solo work for the rest of his career
Wally Rose - I Only Have Eyes For You mp3. B3. Wally Rose - The Shadow Of Your Smile mp3. B4. Wally Rose - Theme From Love Story" mp3. B5. Wally Rose - Close To You mp. Watch now Wally Rose's video clip of album "The Two Sides Of Wally Rose".
Wally Rose, piano; Monte Mountjoy, drums. Los Angeles, CA, July 7, 1951. Wally Rose, piano; Morty Corb, bass; Nick Fatool, drums. Good Time Jazz' Los Angeles studio, Los Angeles, CA, December 15 & 20, 1958. Wally Rose Catalog - album index. List of sessions by recorded date & location: Wally Rose Discography - session index. He was the pianist for Lu Watters's group, the Yerba Buena Jazz Band, for its entire existence, from 1939 to 1950. Following this he played with Bob Scobey (1951) and Turk Murphy (1952-54), then did mainly solo work for the rest of his career. He did an album in 1982, which was his first release as a leader in 24 years. Ragtime Piano Masterpieces (Columbia Records, 1953). Wally Rose (Good Time Jazz, 1953). Cake Walk to Lindy Hop (Columbia, 1955). Ragtime Classics (Good Time Jazz, 1958). Whippin' The Keys ( Blackbird, 1971 ). Revisited (Stomp Off, 1982).
Rose, Wally Filmography. 1995, role: actor, character name: Shopkeeper.
Performer: Wally Rose
Recording date: January 16, 1982 - September 26, 1982
Size MP3: 1343 mb
Size FLAC: 1641 mb
Rating: 4.5 / 5
Other Formats: VOC DXD AA VQF WAV TTA