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9 Commentsto Sent For You Yesterday - Big Al Dupree - Swings The Blues

  1. Dumi says:
    Count Basie at Newport is a live album by jazz musician Count Basie and his orchestra. It was originally issued as Verve MGV and included only the tracks and Tracks originally included in Count Basie & Joe Williams/Dizzy Gillespie & Mary Lou Williams at Newport (Verve MGV ).Genre: Jazz.
  2. Mezikus says:
    Apr 28,  · Complete American Decca Sent For You Yesterday Every Tub Now Will You Be Good? Swinging' The Blues Dupree Blues When The Sun Goes Down Red Wagon You Can Depend On Me Cherokee (Part.1)3/5(1).
  3. Fenrit says:
    Find Big Al Dupree song information on AllMusic. b. , Dallas, Texas, USA, d. 4 August By the time Dupree started to attend Booker T. Washington High School in Dallas in the 30s, he was already an accomplished tenor saxophonist.
  4. Tauhn says:
    Aug 21,  · Check out The Complete Decca Recordings by Count Basie on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on fivegallonbucket.netinfo(32).
  5. Zulusho says:
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Swings the Blues - Big Al Dupree on AllMusic - Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Swings the Blues - Big Al Dupree on AllMusic - Sent for You Yesterday (And Here You Come Today) Count Basie / Eddie Durham / Jimmy Rushing. Big Al.
  6. Daimuro says:
    The consistency is remarkable (with not more than two or three turkeys) and the music is the epitome of swing. With such soloists as Lester Young and Herschel Evans on tenors, trumpeters Buck Clayton and Harry "Sweets" Edison, the great blues singer Jimmy Rushing, and that brilliant rhythm section of Basie, guitarist Freddie Green, bassist 10/
  7. Duzuru says:
    Jul 28,  · By enough time Dupree began to go to Booker T. Washington SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL in Dallas within the 30s, he had been an achieved tenor saxophonist. He previously also taken component in impromptu periods within the infamous Deep Ellum section of the town, renowned just as much for its criminal offense rate for getting the breeding surface of blues music artists such as for example Blind Lemon Jefferson and Buster Smith.
  8. Gukora says:
    The original Decca and RCA Victor hit singles that made the Count Basie band one of the most beloved outfits of the Swing Era, 66 strong! Includes One O'Clock Jump; Sent for You Yesterday (and Here You Come Today); Doggin' Around; Stop Beatin' Round the Mulberry Bush; Mama Don't Want No Peas an' Rice an' Coconut Oil;.
  9. Maladal says:
    Sent for You Yesterday by Ethan Iverson was written by Count Basie, Eddie Durham and Jimmy Rushing and was first released by Count Basie and His Orchestra in Ethan Iverson released it on the album The Purity of the Turf in It was covered by The Jack McVea Quintet, Jane Harvey, Stan Freeman, Porky Cohen with Roomful of Blues & Special Guests and other artists.

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