Paris Jazz Corner

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5 rue de navarre
75005 Paris
T: (+33) 1 43 36 78 92 contact@parisjazzcorner.com

Agency open from
tuesdays to saturday
from 12.00 AM to 8.00 PM


27 place de la libération
30250 Sommières
T : (+33) 4 66 35 42 83
contact@parisjazzcorner.com

Agency open on:
Friday (15h-19h)
and Saturday (11h-19h)
or by appointment

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Harlem was the place 1929 - 1952,Duke Ellington , Jimmie Lunceford , Fats Waller , Teddy Wilson

Duke Ellington (piano) & Jimmie Lunceford (conductor) & Fats Waller (piano) & Teddy Wilson (piano)

"Harlem was the place 1929 - 1952"

Frémeaux & Associés 1929/52 (réf. FA 5175)

Avec la participation de :
Duke Ellington (piano), Jimmie Lunceford (conductor), Fats Waller (piano), Teddy Wilson (piano), Chu Berry (saxophone), Cab Calloway (vocals), Chick Webb (drums), ¬ Various Artists, Lucky Millinder (conductor)

double CD, stereo, occasion, 15.00
[17.25 US$, 1,861.50 ¥]

2007 cd edition

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> See pictures about : Cab Calloway
> See pictures about : Duke Ellington
> See pictures about : Teddy Wilson

Harlem, with its legendary venues, was perhaps the place where jazz lived its greatest early years and became one with its audience. From the Cotton Club to the Apollo, Jacques Morgantini invites us to relive the golden days of Harlem, 'Harlem was the place'.
Patrick Frémeaux & Claude Colombini

Disque : 1
1. Over The Bars
2. Handful Of Keys
3. Harlem Joys
4. Yacht Club Swing
5. The Koint Is Jumping
6. Harlem Shout
7. Apollo Jump
8. Savoy
9. Echoes Of Harlem
10. Harmony In Harlem
11. Cotton Club Stomp
12. Harlem Air Shaft
13. Thing Ain'T What They Used To Be
14. Midnight In Harlem
15. Harlem Congo
16. Holiday In Harlem
17. Frenzy
18. Early Session Hop
19. Warmin' Up

Disque : 2
1. Barrelhouse Boogie
2. Stomping At The Savoy
3. Good For Jumping
4. 24 Hours A Day
5. 46 West 52
6. Tuxedo Junction
7. Jive
8. Takin' My Time
9. Mean Old World
10. Skip A Page
11. Blue Room Jump
12. Taps Miller
13. Backstage At The Apollo
14. Victory Stride
15. Texas And Pacific
16. Blind Love
17. Savoy Strut
18. Can You Take It
19. What Is This Thing Called Swing

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27 place de la libération - 30250 Sommières - T : (+33) 4 66 35 42 83 - contact@parisjazzcorner.com
Agency open on: Friday (15h-19h) and Saturday (11h-19h) or by appointment
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