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8 thoughts on “ Flamingo - Woody Herman - Bill Harris & Serge Chaloff & Woody Herman (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Yozshuk says:
    Composed By – Bill Harris: B2: We The People Bop Acoustic Bass – Chubby Jackson Baritone Saxophone – Serge Chaloff Clarinet – Woody Herman Composed By – Woody Herman Drums – Don Lamond Piano – Unknown Artist Trumpet – Ernie Royal Vibraphone – Teddy Charles Vocals – Ernie Royal, Serge Chaloff, Woody Herman: B3: I've Got News 4/5(1).
  2. Tygomuro says:
    May 16,  · Woody Herman At 'A Blues Player From His Heart': A Blog Supreme He was a soulful reedman, an amazing talent scout for decades and a bandleader of one of the country's most popular acts. Born.
  3. Fenrill says:
    NM Woody Herman Dial Woodchoppers Serge Chaloff Mono Record LP Vinyl 10" Favourite Auctions.
  4. Kegami says:
    Oct 17,  · Woody Herman And His Orchestra Stan Fishelson, Al Porcino, Ernie Royal, Charlie Walp (trumpet) Shorty Rogers (trumpet, arranger) Bill Harris, .
  5. Akinoshura says:
    When they were recorded live in Omaha, NE, the evening of June 7, , Woody Herman's orchestra had been together for six months, and was one month shy of recording the LP released as Woody Herman '58 on Verve. The featured Harris has much space for soloing, usually coming in right after Herman with his bright tone.
  6. Daran says:
    COMBO JAZZ. Coleman Hawkins All Stars / Buck Clayton Quintet / Woody Herman Woodchoppers. Vinyl LP. Jazztone Records J Mono, deep groove pressing. Cootie Williams, Ed Hall, Oscar Pettiford, Al Casey, Flip Phillips, Teddy Wilson, Slam Stewart, Sonny Berman, Bill Harris, Serge Chaloff, Ralph Burns, Don Lamond, and others. A1 Coleman Seller Rating: % positive.
  7. Malazil says:
    Oct 30,  · Woody Herman, a musician from Milwaukee who led one of the most varied, durable and successful of the big bands, died yesterday at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles.
  8. Malazshura says:
    Serge Chaloff (November 24, – July 16, ) was an American jazz baritone nalciafeparnibas.irandiegaditinitemamvahillstor.infoinfo first and greatest bebop baritonist, Chaloff has been described as 'the most expressive and openly emotive baritone saxophonist jazz has ever witnessed' with a tone varying 'between a light but almost inaudible whisper to a great sonorous shout with the widest but most incredibly moving of vibratos.'.

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