Bobby Hackett, Vic Dickenson - Bobby Hackett And Vic Dickenson At The Royal Box album download
|1||–Vic Dickenson, Bobby Hackett||The Good Life|
|2||–Bobby Hackett, Vic Dickenson||Gone With The Wind|
|3||–Nancy Nelson, Bobby Hackett, Vic Dickenson||Alone|
|4||–Bobby Hackett, Vic Dickenson||Bird's Eye View of M.O.K.H.|
|5||–Bobby Hackett, Vic Dickenson||Breezing Along With The Breeze|
|6||–Bobby Hackett, Vic Dickenson||I'm Shooting High|
|7||–Bobby Hackett, Vic Dickenson||Blue Skies|
|8||–Bobby Hackett, Vic Dickenson||Look For The Silver Lininbg|
|9||–Bobby Hackett, Vic Dickenson||When Lights Are Low|
|10||–Bobby Hackett, Vic Dickenson||East Of The Sun|
|11||–Bobby Hackett, Vic Dickenson||I'm Flying Hiugh|
|12||–Bobby Hackett, Vic Dickenson||Green Dolphin Street|
- Recorded By – Fleetwood Recording Co, Inc. – HR-1002
- Solo Vocal – Nancy Nelson
- Trombone – Vic Dickenson
- Trumpet – Bobby Hackett
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- Label Code: Hyannisport HR-1002
Bobby Hackett, Vic Dickenson. 3. –Nancy Nelson, Bobby Hackett, Vic Dickenson. Trombone – Vic Dickenson. Trumpet – Bobby Hackett. Label Code: Hyannisport HR-1002.
In the late '60s, cornetist Bobby Hackett formed an artistically successful quintet with trombonist Vic Dickenson that could range from Dixieland to sophisticated swing standards and Broadway show tunes. On this album, Hackett and Dickenson are joined by a swinging rhythm section (pianist Dave McKenna, bassist Jack Lesberg, and drummer Cliff Leeman). Highlights include Hackett's feature on "You Stepped out of a Dream"; Dickenson's showcase on "I Got It Bad"; and the full band on "Love Is Just Around the Corner," "Sunday," and an effective.
Victor Dickenson (August 6, 1906 – November 16, 1984) was an African-American jazz trombonist. His career began in the 1920s and continued through musical partnerships with Count Basie (1940–41), Sidney Bechet (1941), and Earl Hines. Born in Xenia, Ohio, in 1906, Dickenson wanted to be a plasterer like his father, but he abandoned the idea after injuring himself by falling off a ladder. He studied organ from 1922, then changed to performing trombone with local bands
Album: Live At The Roosevelt Grill Vol. 2. Release year: 1996. Bobby Hackett, Vic Dickenson - Things Ain't What They Used To Be Bobby Hackett Sextet & Quintet, 1999 00:43. Artist: Bobby Hackett Vic Dickenson, Dave McKenna, Jack Lesberg & Cliff LeemanBobby Hackett.
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