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Joe Allison / Bill Stewart - Joe Allison's Country Corner / Bill Stewart album flac

  • Performer: Joe Allison
  • Album: Joe Allison's Country Corner / Bill Stewart
  • FLAC: 1873 mb | MP3: 1144 mb
  • Released: 1968
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Joe Allison / Bill Stewart  - Joe Allison's Country Corner / Bill Stewart album flac

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A Joe Allison Country Corner (Part 1)
Hosted By – Joe Allison
B Bill Stewart Bill Stewart (Part 1)
Hosted By – Bill Stewart Performer [Uncredited] – George Van Eps, Marcos Valle

Notes

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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label side A): #1364
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side B): #519

The concert was held on 3 June 2002, Buckingham Palace Garden, London, England.

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Joe Allison's Country Corner. Joe Allison's Country Corner (Part 2). Hosted By – Joe Allison. Radio show presented by Joe Allison (Side A) and Bill Stewart (Side B). . government property - Use or reproduction for private or commercial purposes prohibited.

William Harris Stewart (born October 18, 1966, in Des Moines, Iowa) is an American jazz drummer. He has performed with Maceo Parker, John Scofield, Joe Lovano, Michael Brecker, Pat Metheny, Lonnie Smith, Nicholas Payton, Bill Carrothers, Steve Wilson, Seamus Blake, Larry Goldings and Peter Bernstein, and Jim Hall. Bill Stewart's father was a trombonist, and his first and middle names are a tribute to jazz trombonist Bill Harris.

During the '60s, Allison was influential in spreading commercial country radio to big urban markets and he was also involved in the founding of the Country Music Association, enough to earn their achievement award in 1964. By 1967, he had moved into independent producing and worked on material by Hank Thompson, Roy Clark, Tex Ritter, and Willie Nelson.

Percussionist Bill Stewart made his name as the rhythmic force behind guitarist John Scofield 's band, working with him for five years between 1990 and 1995. Self-taught on drums, Stewart is also a capable pianist, the instrument on which he composes. He grew up listening to his parents' jazz and R&B record collection, but otherwise jazz was a rare commodity in Iowa in the 70s and he played in a Top 40 covers band in high school as well as the school orchestra. It was here that he met future collaborator, saxophonist Joe Lovano. While still in college he made his recording debut with saxophonist Scott Kreitzer and recorded two further collections with pianist Armen Donelian. After graduation in 1988 he moved to Brooklyn, New York, where he set up home.

Trombonist Joe Beaty, who previously collaborated with Oe in the J-Pop big band Morning Musuko, plays on the album, along with bassist Jim Robertson, trumpeter Jonathan Powell and drummer Obed Calvaire. Senri has his own vibe and voice, and thats cool, says Calvaire, who found out about the project through Beaty.

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William Harris Bill Stewart was born on October 18, 1966 in Des Moines, Iowa. Bill Stewart’s father was a trombonist and a big fan of Bill Harris, an acclaimed jazz trombonist from the 1940s and 1950s jazz scene. His love for Bill Harris’ work was such that he named Bill Stewart after him, as a tribute. Bill Stewart’s first exposure to music came from listening to his parents’ collection of jazz and rhythm and blues (R&B) records. Listening to records was the most effective way of getting exposed to different styles of music, since Iowa was a relatively isolated state.