Leo Parker - In Chronology - 1947-1950 album download
|8||Mad Lad Boogie||2:46|
|9||On The House||3:03|
|12||Chase N' The Lion||2:49|
|14||Sweet Talkin' Leo||2:27|
|15||Swinging For Love||2:32|
|16||The New Look||2:28|
|19||Darn That Dream||3:05|
|20||I Cross My Fingers||2:39|
|21||Mad Lad Returns||2:52|
|23||Rolling With Parker||2:42|
|24||Leo Leaps In (On The House)||2:13|
Profile: American jazz saxophonist (alto and baritone). Born : April 18, 1925 in Washington, D. .Died : February 11, 1962 in New York City, New York. Worked with : Coleman Hawkins, Billy Eckstine, Dizzy Gillespie, Illinois Jacquet, Fats Navarro, . Johnson, Dexter Gordon, Sir Charles Thompson, Bill Jennings and others. In Groups: Billy Eckstine And His Orchestra, Coleman Hawkins And His Orchestra, Dizzy Gillespie And His Orchestra, Dizzy Gillespie Big Band, Fats Navarro And His Thin Men, Illinois Jacquet And His Orchestra, . In Chronology - 1947-1950 (25xFile, MP3, Comp, 320). Complete Jazz Series.
CD - Classics 1203). Leo gnaws his way through four tunes of his own devising. Nothing brilliant here, just good hot jamming. The people at Prestige Records were smart enough to line up a date with the Leo Parker Quartet in July of 1950, resulting in what has got to be the hippest version of "Mona Lisa" ever put on record. The quartet hatched two other handsome ballads and a pair of kickers. Who's Mad" is a sort of sequel to the famous "Mad Lad," made when Leo was recording for the Apollo label under Sir Charles' leadership.
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Leo Parker (April 18, 1925, Washington, . February 11, 1962, New York City) was an American jazz baritone saxophonist.
Charlie Parker with Strings is the name of two separate albums by jazz musician Charlie Parker, released in 1950 on Mercury Records. It is also the name of a 1995 compilation album released by Verve Records, containing all the tracks from both the 1950 albums, as well as additional material. The sessions place Parker in the context of a small classical string section and a jazz rhythm section, rather than his standard bebop quintet.
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Rollin' With Leo. Play album. 9 tracks · 12 September 2005. Legendary Bop, Rhythm & Blues Classics: Leo Parker (Digitally Remastered). 8 tracks · 18 January 2010. The Chronological Classics: Leo Parker 1947-1950.