Don Goldie - Trumpet Caliente album download
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|LP 708||Don Goldie||Trumpet Caliente (LP, Album, Mono)||Argo , Argo Jazz||LP 708||US||1963|
|LPS 708||Don Goldie||Trumpet Caliente (LP, Album)||Argo , Argo Jazz||LPS 708||US||1963|
|UCCC-9075||Don Goldie||Trumpet Caliente (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Pap)||Argo||UCCC-9075||Japan||2004|
Don Goldie & His Trumpet, Don Goldie And His Trumpet, The Don Goldie Band. The Best Of George & Ira Gershwin (LP, Album). Jazz Forum Records (3). CM 1076. Blowin' Sunshine (LP, Album).
The Trumpet of Don Goldie. The Second Time Around. Brack R. Chess 'Withdraws' Argo Name, Billboard 9 Oct 1965 pp8–10.
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Don goldie - brilliant! - full album 1961 - trumpet jazz. Don Goldie 1964 "Indiana" Don Goldie – Brilliant! ( Full Album ). Don Goldie Samba de Orpheo. Don Goldie "Limehouse Blues" 1983. Don Goldie-Romeo and Juliet w/Jackie Gleason Complete Album 1970.
DON GOLDIE is a swing, jazz related pop/art song/folk dixieland music artist. Don Goldie was one of the more visible and versatile jazz trumpet players of the postwar era, a talented soloist with a wide range who became especially visible in the late '50s working with Jack Teagarden. Born Donald Elliott Goldfield in Newark, NJ, he had serious musicians on both sides - his father, Harry Goldfield, had played trumpet for many years with Paul Whiteman, while his mother, known as Claire St. Claire, was a concert pianist.
Donald Elliott Goldfield, also known as Don Goldie and Billy Franklin (February 5, 1930, Newark, New Jersey - November 19, 1995, Miami) was an American jazz trumpeter. Goldfield's father was trumpeter Harry Goldfield, who played with Paul Whiteman in the 1920s and 1930s; his mother was Claire St. Claire, who was a concert pianist and a piano teacher for George Gershwin . Trumpet Caliente (Argo, 1963). Don Goldie with the Sir Douglas Quintet (Crazy Cajun, 1978). The Best of Richard Rogers and Isham Jones (Jazz Forum, 1978). The New Grove Dictionary of Jazz.
Clifford Joseph Price, MBE (born 19 September 1965), better known by his stage name Goldie, is an English musician, DJ, visual artist and actor from Walsall, United Kingdom. Initially gaining exposure for his work as a graffiti artist, Goldie became well known for his pioneering role in the 1990s UK jungle, drum and bass and breakbeat hardcore scene. He released a variety of singles under the pseudonym Rufige Kru and co-founded the label Metalheadz