Louis Jordan And His Tympany Five - Everything That's Made Of Wood (Was Once A Tree) / I Gotta Move album flac
|Everything That's Made Of Wood (Was Once A Tree)||2:37|
|I Gotta Move||2:28|
|9-29860||Louis Jordan And His Tympany Five||Everything That's Made Of Wood (Was Once A Tree) / I Gotta Move (7", Single)||Decca||9-29860||US||1956|
|9-29860||Louis Jordan And His Tympany Five||Everything That's Made Of Wood (Was Once A Tree) / I Gotta Move (7", Promo)||Decca||9-29860||US||1956|
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Written-By – Louis Jordan, Walter Bishop. Written-By – Leroy Kirkland, Mamie Thomas. Vocals – Louis Jordan. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.
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Louis JORDAN & His Tympany Five " Buzz Me " !!! Louis Jordan - Choo Choo Ch'Boogie. cosmic wheels (1973) FULL ALBUM donovan glam folk psych. I'm Gonna Move to the Outskirts of Town". Composer: Andy Razaf, Casey Bill Weldon. Recorded: Label: V-Disc 175. 1943. I've Found a New Baby". Composer: Jack Palmer, Spencer Williams. Everything That's Made of Wood (Was Once a Tree)". Composer: Jordan, Walter Bishop, Sr. Recorded: May 1953.
Ain't That Just Like a Woman (They'll Do It Every Time)" is a 1946 song by Louis Jordan and His Tympany Five. The song went to number one on the R&B Jukebox chart for two weeks and peaked at number seventeen on the pop chart. Chuck Berry, who acknowledged the influence of both Louis Jordan and Carl Hogan, copied the latter's guitar intro to the song for his 1958 classic "Johnny B. Goode".
Both Directions at Once: The Lost Album (Deluxe 2 CD). John Coltrane. Think five discs and 131 songs is too much Louis Jordan? Not a chance. Starting out as a saxophonist in Chick Webb's 1930s big band, Louis struck out on his own in 1938 with his small group The Tympany Five (not always five people, but the name stuck anyway). They played hard-driving blues swing numbers with creative, crazy lyrics, and scored hit after hit on both the R&B and pop charts for ten years. While jazz drifted toward be-bop, which wasn't danceable, Louis Jordan offered the dancing hepcats and new kind of music to sweat and swing to.
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This magnificent five-CD set from the British label JSP has all of Louis Jordan's studio recordings (not counting radio transcriptions, V-Discs, and rarities unearthed by the Bear Family label) from his first date as a leader in 1938 through the end of 1950. A fine altoist who was a personable singer, a subtle comedian, and a winning personality, Jordan pioneered the move of jazz from big-band swing to small-group jump music and early R&B. Once he caught on with the 40th song on this set ("Knock Me a Kiss"), Jordan had hit after hit including many songs that are still greatly beloved.
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