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8 thoughts on “ Flight Of The Vout-Bug - Various - Jazz In Los Angeles, The 1940s (CD)

  1. The first musician to successfully play bebop on the tenor saxophone, this six foot six jazz giant from Los Angeles started his career in the late 40s but virtually disappeared in the 50s due to.
  2. Jazz Showcase. Jazz Showcase is a classic Chicago jazz club that’s been entertaining audiences since the s. Over the years, the stage at Jazz Showcase has been graced by some of the genre’s greatest names, from international stars (like Ira Sullivan, Count Basie, Richie Cole, and Dizzy Gillespie) to homegrown talent.
  3. Mitchell has been based in Los Angeles since and has backed up artists like Gloria Lynn, Esther Phillips, Billy Paul, Randy Crawford, Linda Hopkins, Barbara Morrison, Cheryl Barnes and many more. He is a member of the Los Angeles Jazz Orchestra Unlimited headed by jazz legend, Kenny Burrell.
  4. Los Angeles Radio History: s by Alex Cosper Introduction s s s s s s s s s see also American Radio History Many times what has started in L.A. has been followed by the nation. It was true in the sixties when KHJ .
  5. After issuing a trio of singles in -- "Flight of the Saucer, Parts 1 and 2" (an excursion into outer space rapped over the Lyle Griffin track "Flight of the Vout Bug"), "The Gettysburg Address" and "James Dean's Message to Teenagers" -- as well as recording the LP A Most Immaculately Hip Aristocrat (which went unreleased until /5(2).
  6. Labels: s, s, s, Compilation, Crooners, folk, Jazz-Pop, Jazz-Swing, Popular, TV series, Various Artists Friday, October 11, The Fabulous Dorsey Brothers and Their Orchestra original mono recordings
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Sifoty Case CD release of The Ultimate Jazz Archive - Set 22/42 on Discogs. Label: Membran Music Ltd. - • Format: 4x, CD Compilation Sifoty Case • Country: Germany • Genre: Jazz • Style: Swing, Bop/5(4).
  8. Apr 30,  · Contemporary Records. Melrose Place, West Hollywood. Lester Koenig's Contemporary Record label was probably the most vital chronicler of the Los Angeles jazz .

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