Dixieland New Orleans Jazz Swing Jazz Instrument Trumpet Jazz. Earthy Exuberant Passionate Rollicking Boisterous. Jazz from Bill Green's Rustic Lodge, 1949-1951.
Red Allen is one of the jazz immortals that migrated North from New Orleans in the 1920's. During an exceptional musical career that spanned six decades, he set many standards for big band trumpet soloists and, during the fifties and sixties, was the elder statesman of jazz. He is remembered for his highly creative and individualistic style which, as it developed and matured, anticipated many of the innovations introduced by younger generations of musicians.
Trumpet player, Henry Red Allen Jr. was the son of Henry Allen who was the leader of the Allen Brass Band of Algiers, Louisiana. Algiers is directly across the Mississippi River from New Orleans. As a teenager he played in his father's band, with George Lewis, the Excelsior Band and with the Sam Morgan Band. He continued to record his own records, as well as tour with Billie Holiday, and others throughout the 1940s. In the 1950s and 1960s Red would continue to lead an active career recording with his old friends George Lewis, Coleman Hawkins, and with Kid Ory. Red continued playing up until his death in 1966 from pancreatic cancer. Jazz Musician of the Day: Henry "Red" Allen.
Bill Russo And His Orchestra. Gail Brockman, trumpet; Bill Russo, trombone; Chris Leuba, Ralph Macciochi, Leon Mendelsohn, Ralph Metzer, French horn; Clyde Bachand, tuba; Martin Lerner, Larry Molinelli, flute; Robert Meyer, oboe; Walter Simpson, bassoon; Don Carone, alto sax; Kenny Mann, tenor sax; Don Hanby, baritone sax; Lloyd Lifton, piano; Robert Lesher, guitar; Max Wayne, bass; Mickey Simonetta, drums; Shelby Davis, vocals. Bobby Johnson, trumpet; Nathaniel Allen, trombone; George Kelly, tenor sax; Haywood Henry, baritone sax; Fletcher Smith, piano; Jimmy Shirley, guitar; Prince Babbs, bass; Bobby Donaldson, drums; Sylvia Vanderpool, vocals. Savoy MG 12035 Wild Bill Davison - Jazz At Storyville Savoy SJL 2229 The Individualism Of Wild Bill Davison Regent MG 6026; Savoy MG 12214 Wild Bill Davison, Bill Stafford - Dixieland Savoy MG 15025 Wild Bill Davison - Jazz At Storyville.
Chronological Classics was a French compact disc reissue label. The original owner Gilles Pétard intended to release the complete master takes of all jazz and swing artists that were issued on 78 rpm records. By the time the label suspended operations in July 2008, its scope had extended into the LP era. Pétard also started a parallel label, R&B Classics, whose releases follow on from the jazz listing, to reissue postwar rhythm & blues recordings.
Free download and listen Dixieland Jazz: The Real Thing, Vol. . Tracks count: 19. Views: 5. Wild Bill Davison, Henry Red Allen, Wild Bill Davison, Henry Red Allen - A Good Man Is Hard to Find 03:18. Wild Bill Davison, Henry Red Allen, Wild Bill Davison, Henry Red Allen - I've Been Working On the Railroad 04:35.
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Performer: Henry "Red" Allen
Title: Jazz from Bill Green's Rustic Lodge, 1949-1951
Recording date: 1949 - 1951
Style: Dixieland,New Orleans Jazz,Swing,Jazz Instrument,Trumpet Jazz
Size MP3: 1901 mb
Size FLAC: 1927 mb
Rating: 4.8 / 5
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