Illinois Jacquet - All Stars Studio Recordings 1945-1947 album download
|1||Flying Home - Part 1|
|2||Flying Home - Part 2|
|4||Throw It Out Of Your Mind Baby|
|5||Don't Blame Me|
|8||Jacquet In The Box|
|9||Jacquet And No Vest|
|10||Doggin' With Doggett|
|11||Jacquet And Coat|
|13||For Europeans Only|
|15||You Left Me All Alone|
|16||Jivin' With Jack The Bellboy|
|17||Blow, Illinois, Blow|
|18||Illinois Blows The Blues|
|20||Riffin' With Jacquet|
|21||Don't Push Daddy|
|26||I Surrender Dear|
- Baritone Saxophone – Arthur Dennis, Leo Parker
- Double Bass – Billy Hadnott, John Simmons
- Drums – Johnny Otis, Shadow Wilson
- Guitar – Freddie Green, Ulysses Livingston
- Piano – Sir Charles Thompson
- Tenor Saxophone – Illinois Jacquet
- Trombone – Henry Coker, J.J. Johnson
- Trumpet – Emmett Berry, Fats Navarro, Joe Newman, Russell Jacquet
Artist: Illinois Jacquet Genre: Jazz Label: Blue Moon Catalog Number: BMCD1011 Recording: Studio Length: Format: CD (1 Used). The Jacquet Files, Vol. 8 (CD) Illinois Jacquet. The Jacquet Files Vol. 6 (CD) Illinois Jacquet. Jazz At The Philharmonic: Blues In Chicago 1955 (LP) Illinois Jacquet. 4 (CD) Illinois Jacquet. 2 (CD) Illinois Jacquet. 1 (Big Band Live At The Village Vanguard 1986) (CD) Illinois Jacquet.
Tracks six through nine were waxed for the Apollo label in Hollywood on August 2, 1945, using a band that included a young bassist - also a graduate of the Lionel Hampton Orchestra - by the name of Charles Mingus. Seven selections from 1947 vividly illustrate the teeming crosscurrents of modern music during that tumultuous year. Key participants include trumpeters Fats Navarro, Miles Davis, Joe Newman, and Russell Jacquet; trombonists Dicky Wells and . Johnson; pianist Sir Charles Thompson; and gutbucket bop baritone saxophonist Leo Parker.
Author Illinois Jacquet. Reference ABS 675. Label code bmcd 1011. CD 11,99 €. Quantity.
Flying Home Part I, Flying Home Part II. 2 versions.
2007 The Definitive Black & Blue Sessions (Paris, France 1974). Complete Jazz Series 1945 - 1946. 2011 Original Album plus Bonus Track.
Illinois Jacquet Plays Cole Porter. Illinois Flies Again. SongMeanings is a place for discussion and discovery.
Jean-Baptiste "Illinois" Jacquet (October 30, 1922 – July 22, 2004) was an American jazz tenor saxophonist, best remembered for his solo on "Flying Home", critically recognized as the first R&B saxophone solo. Although he was a pioneer of the honking tenor saxophone that became a regular feature of jazz playing and a hallmark of early rock and roll, Jacquet was a skilled and melodic improviser, both on up-tempo tunes and ballads