The Alec & John Dankworth Generation Big Band - Rhythm Changes album download
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|1||I Got Rheumatics
Alto Saxophone – Andy Panayi Drums – Ralph SalminsPiano – Robin AsplandTenor Saxophone – Tim GarlandTrombone – Mark NightingaleTrumpet – Gerard Presencer, Guy BarkerWritten By – John Dankworth
|2||Just Once More
Bass – Alec DankworthFlugelhorn – Gerard PresencerWritten By – Mark Nightingale
|3||Around The Track
Bass – Alec DankworthDrums – Ralph SalminsTrombone – Mark NightingaleTrumpet – Gerard PresencerWritten By – Allan Ganley
|4||Jelly Mould Blues
Flute – Andy Panayi Tenor Saxophone – Tim GarlandTrumpet – Noel LangleyWritten By – John Dankworth
|5||Going Back, Going On
Bass – Alec DankworthGuitar – Stuart Hall Tenor Saxophone – Tim GarlandWritten By – Tim Garland
Guitar – John ParricelliWritten By – Andy Panayi
|7||Pigs Head Copanitza
Saxophone – Andy Panayi , Tim GarlandViolin – Stuart Hall Written By – Stuart Hall
Baritone Saxophone – Jimmy HastingsPiano – Robin AsplandWritten By – Andy Panayi
- Producer – Alec Dankworth, John Dankworth
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- Barcode: 7 51848 98472 3
|JHCD 043||The Alec & John Dankworth Generation Big Band||Rhythm Changes (CD, Album)||Ronnie Scott's Jazz House||JHCD 043||UK||1995|
Dankworth formed his big band in 1953. The band was soon earning plaudits from the critics and was invited to the 1959 Newport Jazz Festival, the first British group to receive an invite. The New York Times critic said of this appearance "Mr. Dankworth's group. showed the underlying merit that made big bands successful many years ago – the swinging drive, the harmonic colour and the support in depth. for soloists that is possible when a disciplined, imaginatively directed band has worked together for a long time. Dankworth's friendship with trumpeter Clark Terry led to Terry's being a featured soloist on Dankworth's 1964 album The Zodiac Variations, together with Bob Brookmeyer, Zoot Sims, Phil Woods, Lucky Thompson and other guests. Other Dankworth recordings during this period featured many other respected jazz names.
4. Jelly Mould Blues. 5. Going Back, Going On. Tim Garland.
JOHN DANKWORTH is a big band, jazz related soundtracks, third stream, cool jazz soul jazz music artist. He began the Johnny Dankworth Seven in 1950, and from 1953 to 1964 led a large jazz band featuring Laine. A number of top players passed through, among them Derek Smith, Alan Branscombe, Danny Moss, Peter King, Ronnie Ross, and comic/actor Dudley Moore.
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British jazz saxophonist, clarinetist, composer, and band leader. Often known as Johnny Dankworth. Born: 20 September 1927, Woodford, Essex, England, UK.
Alec Dankworth Archives. Ginger Baker Releases Why? with Alec Dankworth. Legendary drummer Ginger Baker has returned with the release of, his first album in 16 years. The record showcases his new bandmates in his group, Jazz Confusion, including jazz bassist/composer Alec Dankworth (Van Morrison, Stephane Grappelli, Alan Barnes, Million Dollar Band.
John Dankworth, Sir John Phillip William Dankworth, CBE 20 September 1927 – 6 February 2010, also known as Johnny Dankworth, was an English jazz composer, saxoph. Nebuchadnezzar 1993, The Alec and John Dankworth Generation Big Band, Carlsberg 029. About 42 Years Later, Avid Jazz, 2007 – with Danny Moss. The Best of Johnny Dankworth, EMI, 2008.
This biography of a living person needs additional citations for verification. Dankworth recorded an arrangement of Duke Ellington's Black, Brown, and Beige with violinist Nigel Kennedy in 1986, with whom he also performed Antonio Vivaldi's The Four Seasons. He also played in the 1980s with Dick Morrissey, Spike Robinson, Jean Toussaint, Michael Garrick, Tommy Smith, Julian Joseph, and Andy Hamilton, as well as leading his own quartet. He also co-led a 14-piece band with his father, John Dankworth: the Alec and John Dankworth Generation Band (or "Generation Band"), with which he has recorded two albums. In 2013 Dankworth toured with the Ginger Baker Jazz Confusion, a quartet comprising Dankworth on bass, drummer Ginger Baker, saxophonist Pee Wee Ellis and percussionist Abass Dodoo.