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  • Performer: Mezz Mezzrow Trio
  • Album: Really The Blues / Milk For Mezz
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Mezz Mezzrow Trio - Really The Blues / Milk For Mezz album flac


A Really The Blues
B Milk For Mezz


  • Clarinet – Mezz Mezzrow
  • Drums – Danny Alvin
  • Piano – Art Hodes

Performer(s): Mezz Mezzrow Really the Blues Audio : Very Hq - CD Quality Sound - MP3 320 Kbps Album : Mezz Mezzrow & Sidney Bechet & Friends b. .

Текст песни: Now won’t you listen honey, while I say How could you tell me that you’re goin' away? Don’t say that we must part Don’t break your baby’s heart.

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Milton Mesirow (November 9, 1899 – August 5, 1972), better known as Mezz Mezzrow, was an American jazz clarinetist and saxophonist from Chicago, Illinois. He is well known for organizing and financing historic recording sessions with Tommy Ladnier and Sidney Bechet. He also recorded a number of times with Bechet and briefly acted as manager for Louis Armstrong

Really The Blues, Milk For Mezz ‎(Shellac, 10").

Danny Alvin, "Mezz" Mezzrow Really the Blues. let s get this thing started john christian.

Artist: Mezz Mezzrow. Album: Swingin' with Mezz. Mezz Mezzrow, Mezzrow-Bechet Quintet & Septet - Bowin' The Blues 02:46. Mezz Mezzrow - Getting' Together Take 1 02:48. Mezz Mezzrow: best 2 tracks. Mezz Mezzrow - Baby, I'm Cuttin' Out (08-29-45) Complete Jazz Series 1944 - 1945, 2009 02:42. Mezz Mezzrow - Hey Daddy Blues (09-18-47) Complete Jazz Series 1947, 2009 02:41. Artist: Mezz Mezzrow.

Milton "Mezz" Mezzrow is considered a minor player in the in 20th century jazz pantheon by most notable specialty critics. In fact, he's pretty much been relegated to the musical dustheap and likely would have been entirely forgotten. but for one thing: he left an indelible historical mark with, "Really the Blues" (RtB). RtB is a catalogue of his Mezz's obsession with black culture, an infatuation he pursued beyond mere fancy: he enthusiastically and wholeheartedly identified himself as black  . Unfortunately for Mezz, his music has been eclipsed by his contemporaries. These men and women were the giants of jazz. They simultaneously inspired him and they pretty much sent his own efforts into oblivion.

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