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Kansas City Six - I Got Rhythm / Jo Jo album download

Performer:

Kansas City Six

Title:

I Got Rhythm / Jo Jo

Genre:

Jazz

MP3 album size:

1477 mb

Other music formats:

VQF DMF DXD ASF MMF AHX AC3

Rating:

4.2 ✱

Style:

Swing

Kansas City Six - I Got Rhythm / Jo Jo album download

Tracklist Hide Credits

A I Got Rhythm
Written-By – George & Ira Gershwin
B Jo Jo
Written-By – Joe Bushkin

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – Commodore Music Shop

Credits

  • Bass – John Simmons
  • Drums – Joe Jones*
  • Piano – Joe Bushkin
  • Tenor Saxophone – Lester Young
  • Trombone – Dicky Wells*
  • Trumpet – Bill Coleman

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A label): A 4748-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): A-4747-1



The great Lester Young is heard with the 1938 version of the Kansas City Six, a group also including trumpeter Buck Clayton (in prime form), Eddie Durham on electric guitar (where he preceded Charlie Christian) and trombone, the rhythm guitar of Freddie Green, bassist Walter Page, and drummer Jo Jones. His clarinet solo on "I Want a Little Girl" sounds eerily like Paul Desmond's alto of 15 years later. George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin. feat: Kansas City Six. 03:17.

Lester Young – Jo-Jo The Kansas City Sessions 1938 and 1944. Lester Young PREZ - Kansas City Six Label Decca ND 475 Series Das Jazz K stlein 6 Format Vinyl, LP Country Germany Released 1964 ( ) – B1 I Got Rythm B2 Three Little Words B3 Fou. :15. Lester Young – Lester Leaps. Lester Young – 06-Them There Eyes The Kansas City Session. :22. Kansas City Seven – Lester Leaps Again. Lester Young – 14-I Got Rhythm Take 3 The Kansas Cit. Count Basie's Kansas City Seven – Lester Leaps In.

Way Down Yonder In New Orleans. album: Breaking Good. Circus In Rhythm, Pt. 2. album: Hidden Insights. I Want A Little Girl. album: Id Like To Hear That Song Again. Kansas City Seven - Six Cats & A Prince. album: Complete Jazz Series 1938 - 1944. The Kansas City Six - I Want a Little Girl (Take 1). album: BD Music & Cabu Present Lester Young. The Kansas City Six - I Want a Little Girl (Take 2).

I Got Rhythm is a studio album by American jazz pianist Teddy Wilson featuring performances recorded in 1956 for the Verve label. Stompin' at the Savoy" (Edgar Sampson, Benny Goodman, Andy Razaf, Chick Webb) - 4:12. Say It Isn't So" (Irving Berlin) - 2:44. All of Me" (Gerald Marks, Seymour Simons) - 3:00. Mitchell Parish) - 3:08. I Got Rhythm" (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin) - 3:37. On the Sunny Side of the Street" (Jimmy McHugh, Dorothy Fields) - 3:20.

Lester Young ‎– PREZ - Kansas City Six. Selo: Decca ‎– ND 475. Série: Das Jazz Kästlein – 6. Formato: Vinyl, L. B2. Three Little Words. Electric Guitar, Trombone – Eddie Durham. Rhythm Guitar – Freddie Green. Tenor Saxophone, Clarinet – Lester Young. Trumpet – Buck Clayton.

076 08 Kansas City Six Circus In Rhythm flac. 1. 2 MB. 11 months ago. 9. 21. 076 07 Kansas City Six Circus In Rhythm flac. 3 MB. 076 09 Kansas City Six Poor Little Plaything flac. 6 MB. 076 10 Kansas City Six Poor Little Plaything flac. 8 MB. 076 06 Kansas City Six Circus In Rhythm flac. 0 MB. 076 11 Kansas City Six Tush flac. 4 MB.

The Kansas City Six - Jo jo 03:20. All songs from 1941-1944. The Best of Lester Young, 2016. The Kansas City Six - Jo-Jo 03:18. The Kansas City Six - Way Down Yonder in New Orleans 02:56. The Kansas City Six - Pagin' the Devil 02:54. The Kansas City Six - Them There Eyes 02:57. The Kansas City Six - I Want a Little Girl 02:51. The Kansas City Six - Countless Blues 02:59. The Kansas City Six - Three Little Words 02:52.

Jo-Jo - Kansas City Six. 3:190:30. Featured on Swing Groups. Listen to Kansas City Six in full in the this site app. Play on this site.

When George Gershwin wrote "I Got Rhythm" for the 1930s musical Girl Crazy, he created one of the most catchy melodies in American history. But little did he know that his lovable song - apart from becoming a hugely popular jazz standard - would evolve into something far greater. Judy Garland (right) sang "I Got Rhythm" in the 1943 movie version of the 1930s musical Girl Crazy. Courtesy of MGM. When George Gershwin wrote "I Got Rhythm" for the 1930s musical Girl Crazy, he created one of the most catchy melodies in American history. The song itself, on the most basic level, became the perfect vehicle for jazz improvisers.

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