Suzies Theme - Gene Roland - Swingin Friends (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. View the profiles of people named Suzie Roland. Join Facebook to connect with Suzie Roland and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to.
  2. Gene Roland is known primarily for creating the famous "Four Brothers" sound by forming a band in with saxophonist Al Cohn, Zoot Sims, Jimmy Giuffre, and Herbie Steward, as well as his writing for several big bands, though his relatively few records as a leader have been unjustly soundcufanpinugorwordraruptikule.xyzinfo sessions made for Brunswick sadly mark his final recording under his name prior to his.
  3. Jul 25,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Swingin' The Blues · Gene Harris All Star Big Band Tribute To Count Basie ℗ Concord Jazz, Inc. .
  4. When "hot" big bands and "sweet" dance bands joined forces in the mids, the Swing era was born. Bandleaders like Benny Goodman became teen idols, while Nat "King" Cole led a much-copied piano trio and, along with vocalists such as Frank Sinatra, brought Swing ideals into extremely popular orchestral recordings during s and '60s. Jump Blues lived up to its name by being a bluesier.
  5. *USED* Gene Roland Swingin Friends LP Author/Artist: Roland, Gene & Cohn, Al & Zoot Sims & others Description 2: BL Department: JazzU Manufacturer: Brunswick Note: Brunswick BL.
  6. Swing Gene Roland Arrangements 'S Wonderful Audio CD – January 1, by Dick Meldonian and his Orchestra (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Audio CD, January 1, "Please retry" — — $ Audio CD from $ Author: Dick Meldonian and his Orchestra.
  7. Music Albums. Swingin' Swingin' (Arturo Sandoval album) Swingin' (Kenny Burrell album) Swingin', a Big Jay McNeely album of recordings, and unreleased studio material Swingin' Johnny Dorelli / Swing'n; Songs "Swingin'", single by The Johnny Dankworth Seven, Parlophone "Swingin'", single by jazz clarinetist Edmond Hall, Top Rank,
  8. Ann's a more lustily voiced singer than the sort that usually worked with Stan Kent on during the 50s – with a deep range in her delivery of a song, and a mode of singing that's a bit more unbridled than you'd expect for someone working under Stan. This set's a lot more Ann's album than it is Kent on's – and arrangements, by the likes of Gene Roland, Bill Holman, and Johnny Richards, are.

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