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Pagin The Devil - Various - Carrefour Du Jazz (Vinyl)

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  1. 54 - Swing That Music: A Family Portrait of the Jim Cullum Jazz Band. Start Time: Guests: - Slap that Bass: A History of the Bass in Jazz. Start Time: Guests: - Lester Leaps In: The President of Tenor Sax. Pagin' The Devil. Song Year: Alternate Song Name: Paging The Devil. Composer(s): Walter Page.
  2. For over eighteen years the New Orleans Jazz Vipers have been a favorite of swing dancers the world over. They are an Early Swing band with hard-driving acoustic rhythm, spirited New Orleans horns, and a punk sensibility. The Vipers' unique sound comes from the absence of the drum kit; the tenacious rhythm is driven soundly by the guitar and upright bass.
  3. Prez takes the first three choruses on Paging the Devil with support provided by all five of the other participants, including both guitarists. Charlie Christian’s solo starts with the same one-bar phrase he would again use more than a year later to begin both takes of his famous acoustic guitar solos on Profoundly Blue (also in Eb) —after.
  4. Pagin' The Devil Olu Dara. Information. Performers Olu Dara (cornet) Clark Gayton (Trombone) Don Byron (clarinet) Cyrus Chestnut (piano) Russell Malone (electric guitar) Ron Carter (Double Bass) Victor Lewis (drums) Composers Walter Page Milt Gabler Don Byron.
  5. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Lester Young With The Kansas City Six - The Prez at Discogs. Complete your Lester Young With The Kansas City Six collection/5(6).
  6. Pagin' The Devil Soloist – Clark Gayton, Olu Dara Soloist, Arranged By – Don Byron Written-By – Milton Gabler*, Walter Page: 11 – Nicholas Payton, James Zollar, Olu Dara: Lafayette Arranged By – Craig Handy Soloist – James Zollar, Nicholas Payton, Olu Dara Written-By – Count Basie, Eddie Durham: 12 – Don Byron.
  7. Jul 14,  · The reason why jazz was considered "devil music" was because "jazz" used to be a slang word associated with sex. Also, jazz originally came out of the brothels (pretty sure that's where Louis Armstrong got his first break). So the more "wholesome" members of .
  8. From Spirituals to Swing by Various Artists () Various Artists. out of 5 Pagin' The Devil Way Down Yonder In New Orleans Old Fashioned Love à savoir John HAMMOND, personnage très important pour le développement du jazz aux USA. c'est l'apogée de la Swing-Era (Basie et ses Kansas City Boys, Goodman /5(4).

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