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I Got Rhythm - Lester Young - The Kansas City Sessions

   30.01.2020  8 Comments

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  1. Jun 03,  · Lester played clarinet wonderfully all the way to his clarinet blues on his last Verve session when he was too weak to lift the tenor. Getting back to this CD, what is also outstanding here is the rhythm. We have the Basie's All-American rhythm session /5(19).
  2. Listen to I Got Rhythm by Lester Young - Kansas City Swing, The Complete Commodore/Signature/Keynote Sessions (HD Remastered). Deezer: free music streaming. Discover more than 56 million tracks, create your own playlists, and share your favourite tracks with your friends.
  3. Instrumentalist: Young, Lester, Performer: Kansas City Five. Performer: Kansas City Six. Performers. Lester Young, tenor saxophone or clarinet ; Kansas City Five ; Kansas City Six. Related titles. Way down yonder in New Orleans. Countless blues. Them there eyes. I want a girl. Pagin' the devil. Three little words. Jo jo. I got rhythm.
  4. Wells, who takes some very colorful and nearly riotous solos, rarely sounded better, and the four selections are highlighted by three equally rewarding versions of "I Got Rhythm" and two of "Three Little Words." The CD concludes with the four titles by 's Kansas City Five, which was essentially the early Kansas City Six without Young/
  5. Filename F:\Downloads\Lester Young - Kansas City Sessions (Commodore)[APE Full Scans]\Lester Young - The Kansas City heavymetal.saithiniusforceweavergholbinn.infoinfo Peak level % Range quality % CRC 6D03CB71 Copy OK No errors occured End of status report.
  6. Start studying Jazz Exam 3: Chapters Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Search. kansas city bands generally played looser, riff-style arrangements where as the new york bands emphasized highly ___ arrangements the song "lester __ in" featuring lester young uses the same progression as.
  7. Jun 03,  · His opening solos on the three takes of "I Got Rhythm" are textbook example of relaxed swing, and their inspiration to Wells is apparent in his solos that follow. The CD concludes with four tracks by the Kansas City Five from March , the earliest session here. It's the first Kansas City Six without Young present, /5(19).
  8. Young is on record as approving of Davis’s music (Triglia says Young called Davis a “little genius”) and this is what Davis says about Young in his autobiography: And then I met “The President,” Lester Young, when he would come down from Kansas City to play in St. Louis.

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