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Jack Teagarden And His Jazz Band* - Jack Teagarden - Jazz Maverick (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Jack Teagarden And His Jazz Band* - Jack Teagarden - Jazz Maverick at Discogs. Complete your Jack Teagarden And His Jazz Band* collection.4/5(2).
  2. Jack Teagarden &#; Jazz Maverick (Full Album) "Jack Teagarden started off with his first studio recording for Roulette Records, Jazz Maverick, in New York City on January 2 of that year -- he and the band are in great form, no surprise given how tight they were on-stage during this period, with Big T and trumpeter Don Goldie sharing the vocals (especially on "Aunt Hagar's Country Home.
  3. Weldon Leo "Jack" Teagarden (August 20, – January 15, ) was an American jazz trombonist and singer. According to critic Scott Yannow of Allmusic, Teagarden was the preeminent American jazz trombone player before the bebop era of the s and "one of the best jazz singers too". Teagarden's early career was as a sideman with the likes of Paul Whiteman and lifelong friend Louis Armstrong.
  4. In Mosaic’s comprehensive collection of Jack Teagarden’s Capitol recordings we find a legendary musician at the peak of his artistic powers, no longer the innovator he had been in his youth, but one whose every solo rings with an assured mastery born of decades of top quality playing.
  5. Jack Teagarden played trombone with a relaxed style and a unique technique that still inspires awe even today. He was also a great jazz singer, charming and warm, with influences from the African American blues singers he listened to while growing up in Texas. Born on Aug. 29, , Teagarden learned trombone by the age of
  6. Jazz Maverick and all but the last tune of The Dixie Sound Of Jack Teagarden are on disc three. Disc four starts off with the final tune of that album, followed by the ten tunes on A Portrait Of Mr. T and five unissued songs from the same session.
  7. Don Goldie (tp), Jack Teagarden (tb, vocal), Henry Cuesta (cl), Don Ewell (p), Stan Puls (b), Ronnie Greb (d). JACK TEAGARDEN. Vinyl LP. Roulette Records R Mono, deep groove pressing. COVER: strong VG+ sticker on front cover, 4" split at top opening.
  8. The album title is not hyperbole. Jack Teagarden really was the King of the Blues Trombone. His impact on jazz trombone in the late s was comparable to Louis Armstrong's impact on trumpet, Coleman Hawkins's impact on tenor sax, and Earl Hines's impact on piano. Teagarden was also a wonderful jazz 5/5(3).

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