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  1. Jukinos
    Released to coincide with the publication of Peter Levinson's biography of the same name, Capitol Jazz's Trumpet Blues: The Best of Harry James is an excellent collection of 16 highlights from James' stint at Capitol between and These don't quite rank among James' very best recordings, which are generally considered to be his '30s and '40s work, but they're enjoyable latter-day 6/
  2. Tojarisar
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Blues Singers And Trumpet Players on Discogs/5(2).
  3. Taujind
    Blues came to be after in the south during the late 's. Many of the characteristics come from African music. Blues is popular in rural areas at first and then in urban areas with the north migration. Like traditional African music blues is also an oral tradition. Spiritual African songs inspire the songs. They are narrative and cathartic.
  4. Judal
    Feb 03,  · A bad song by a bad performer isn't going to get better just because you re-record them in stereo. In the the case of Trumpet Blues: The Best of Harry James, the original material and the talent of the artists was top notch, so these "modern" recordings from the s are simply great! My trumpet playing dad owned the original hits on 78 rpm /5(26).
  5. Dilrajas
    About 'Cool Blues' Artist: Bruce, David (sheet music)The Artist: David Bruce has a growing reputation as a composer, with commissions from Carnegie Hall, the .
  6. Mazilkree
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Trumpet Blues: The Best Of Harry James on Discogs.4/4(2).
  7. Taurr
    Trumpet Trumpet Compilations Early Blues and Rock Songs for Trumpet. Early Blues and Rock Songs for Trumpet. A collection of specially-chosen early blues and rock songs in exclusive arrangements for Bb Trumpet and Piano. 1. W C Handy. St Louis Blues. 2. Trad. House of the Rising Sun. 3.

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