Jack Teagarden - The Blues Singer: 1931 - 1941 album flac
|1||Basin Street Blues|
|2||Beale Street Blues|
|3||A Hundred Years From Today|
|4||Fare-Thee-Well To Harlem|
|5||Stars Fell On Alabama|
|7||Darktown Strutter's Ball|
|8||Somebody Loves Me|
|10||Aunt Hagar's Blues|
|12||I Gotta Right To Sing The Blues|
|13||If I Could Be With You|
|14||My Melancholy Baby|
|15||Saint James Infirmary|
|16||Black and Blue|
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5020213034628
|JZMC 346||Jack Teagarden||The Blues Singer: 1931 - 1941 (Cass, Comp)||Recording Arts||JZMC 346||Italy||1991|
Packaging: Jewel Case.
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Jazz Singer 1931-1941. These hepcats included immortals Bunny Berigan and Jack Teagarden, and even the young, soon-to-be-leaders Woody Herman and Spike Jones. Crosby's jazz-inspired phrasing and laid-back rascality were an inspiration to Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, and even rhythm-&-blues singer Roy Brown, among many others. If anyone wants to hear a true icon before he settled completely into middle-class respectability, then this set is essential listening.
Weldon Leo "Jack" Teagarden (August 20, 1905 – January 15, 1964) was a jazz trombonist and singer.
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For most of a half-century career Bing Crosby had the best-known and arguably the best-loved voice in the world. He ascribed his popularity to having the sort of voice that any man could aspire to when singing in his bath. It was due to Decca boss Jack Kapp that, from 1934 on, the amount of overt jazz in Bing’s output was radically reduced. From a commercial point of view, Kapp was probably right in causing Bing to diversify and thereby become, in effect, the voice of everyman. It was also at Kapp’s instigation that Bing recorded more and more in tandem with many other name artists - all in an effort to keep variety in his output and avert any dull sameness.
Muddy River Blues Vocal refrain by Jack Teagarden (Yaw). My Melancholy Baby Vocal refrain by Jack Teagarden (Burnett, Norton). Swingin' On The Teagarden Gate (Fred Norman, Jack Teagarden). You Rascal You Vocal refrain by Jack Teagarden and Fats Waller (Sam Thread).
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