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9 thoughts on “ Ive Found A New Baby - Sidney Bechet - Sidney Bechet (1924 To 1938) (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Song information for I've Found a New Baby - Sidney Bechet on AllMusic. Song information for I've Found a New Baby - Sidney Bechet on AllMusic ABC Music: Sidney Bechet with "Wild Bill" Davison, Vol. 2. Blue Note: AllMusic.
  2. Nobody has ever assembled a more thorough survey of clarinet and soprano sax virtuoso Sidney Bechet's early works than the meticulously researched Masters of Jazz series, which touches upon every session he is verifiably known to have participated in as sideman or leader between the years and The second installment in this no-stone-unturned progression is .
  3. Amazon Music Unlimited Prime Music CDs & Vinyl Download Store Settings CDs & Vinyl Sidney Bechet - I Found a New Baby Blues In Thirds (Hines) Shake It and Break It Blues In The Air.
  4. This collection of Bechet tracks cut between 19would be worth owning if for nothing else than the inclusion of his one-man-band recording of "Sheik of Araby," the first known instance of overdubbing with Sidney playing clarinet, tenor sax, piano, bass and drums. But everything on here is fine, spirited New Orleans music, played with verve and wild energy.
  5. Sidney Bechet (May 14, – May 14, ) was an American jazz saxophonist, clarinetist, and composer. He was one of the first important soloists in jazz (beating cornetist and trumpeter Louis Armstrong to the recording studio by several months and later playing duets with Armstrong), and was perhaps the first notable jazz saxophonist.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Sidney Bechet - on Discogs/5(4).
  7. Sep 21,  · I'm busy making my own Sidney Bechet compilations from various sources. Here's Volume 1, Most tracks were transferred by John R. T. Davies: Sources Ti = Young Sidney Bechet: (Timeless Historical CBC ) transfers by JRTD; best single-disc compilation for this period MS = Sidney Bechet (Mosaic Select MS) some .
  8. SIDNEY BECHET Vinyl Records and CDs: Sidney Bechet, whose solos are believed to be the first jazz solos recorded, is widely considered to be the most important figure in the evolution of the jazz solo, along with Louis Armstrong. A musical genius, he blew away audiences and musicians alike during the s.
  9. The Recordings of Sidney Bechet. Mal Collins has been a big supporter of the Sidney Bechet Society since the society was first formed. He updated the Bechet discography in June and he has graciously allowed us to post it on our site. Here’s a little information about Mal: Mal Collins was born in Hartlepool in the North of England in

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