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Thu Oct 16 18:02:44 2014 UTClccn-n810200820.00Earl Hines : the father of modern jazz piano0.441.00Earl Hines and Black jazz piano in Chicago, 1923-28 /69115732Earl_Hinesn 81020082565914Earl Fatha 1903-1983Earl Fatha HinesFather 1903-1983Hines, Earl 1905-Hines, Earl 1905-1983Hines, Earl Fatha.Hines Earl "Fatha" 1903-1983Hines, Earl Kenneth.Hines Earl Kenneth 1903-1983Hines, Earl Kenneth 1905-1983Hines, FathaHines, Fatha 1903-1983lccn-n50001506Armstrong, Louis1901-1971othsngprfcndorgitrcmplccn-n50080187Ellington, Duke1899-1974cndprfitrcmplccn-n85174272Recorded Anthology of American Music, Inclccn-n81150284Hawkins, Colemancndprfitrcmplccn-n81139113Carter, Bennycndprfitrlccn-n81016968Basie, Count1904-1984cndprfitrlccn-n50024199Waller, Fats1904-1943sngarrprfcndorgitrcmplccn-n81139256Goodman, Benny1909-1986cndprfitrlccn-n50037777Dance, Stanleywamprflccn-n83046977Casa Loma OrchestraprfHines, Earl1903-1983BiographyHistoryJazzPiano music (Jazz)Jazz musiciansUnited StatesHines, Earl,Jazz vocalsBig band musicGoodman, Benny,Shaw, Artie,Beiderbecke, Bix,Dance orchestra musicBlues (Music)African AmericansEllington, Duke,African American musiciansBechet, Sidney,New York (State)--New YorkArmstrong, Louis,Waters, Ethel,Cotton ClubJazz danceJitterbug (Dance)Swing (Music)Trumpet music (Jazz)Lindy (Dance)DanceSmith, Bessie,Swing (Dance)African Americans--Social life and customsBoogie woogie (Music)African American danceMotion picture musicMusicals--Excerpts, ArrangedBlacksSledge, PercyJasper, KenjiCochran, Johnnie L.,Cobb, W. Montague--(William Montague),Vick, Michael,Richardson, DesmondKidd, Mae Street,Johnson, Robert L.,Hall, ArthurImes, Elmer Samuel,Harris, CoreyJones, Sarah,Nugent, Bruce,Buckley, Gail Lumet,Dawson, William L.--(William Levi),Giovanni, Nikki19031983192719281929193019321933193419351936193719381939194019411942194419451946194719481949195019511952195319541955195619571958195919601961196219631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320141845223123914785.42M1356ocn002878582ocn002650878ocn020957425ocn034536928ocn037634639ocn019970430ocn050576594ocn167970352ocn018671144ocn017748070ocn029767730ocn035670864ocn026270322ocn027996646ocn030044838ocn162130111ocn028339556ocn046737852ocn037129229ocn037129001ocn815766636ocn035960115ocn031422968ocn062467935ocn036402283ocn028656716ocn045590582ocn062474557ocn047040608ocn031423090ocn027996646ocn123413738ocn026881261ocn150124412ocn011362293ocn123436304ocn868182034ocn123475985ocn123894184ocn659134441ocn035870975ocn068194328ocn661346265ocn659288228ocn659178641ocn658371030ocn658848730ocn762677964ocn659226073ocn764832573ocn743031063ocn123894184ocn844168390ocn173479370ocn234235025ocn038051717ocn731043227ocn731043227ocn751989310ocn020656520ocn26937239948624ocn019970430rcrd19710.47Ellington, DukeEarl Hines plays Duke Ellington4773ocn002878582rcrd19770.39Jammin' for the jackpot big bands and territory bands of the 1930's4642ocn002650878rcrd19760.47Jive at five [the style-makers of jazz, 1920s-1940s]35611ocn020957425rcrd19510.33Armstrong, LouisLouis Armstrong and Earl Hines3345ocn062784445score20050.74Hines, EarlSelected piano solos, 1928-19413261ocn707742328rcrd20100.35Jazz the Smithsonian anthology2935ocn034536928rcrd19810.66Porter, ColeEarl Hines plays Cole Porter2895ocn035670864rcrd19680.66Earl Hines QuartetBlues & things2795ocn037634639rcrd19970.66Ellington, DukeEarl Hines plays Duke Ellington2547ocn002688673rcrd19750.56Armstrong, LouisLouis Armstrong and Earl Hines : 19282482ocn029767730rcrd19930.21An anthology of big band swing (1930-1955)20740ocn006523904rcrd19410.59Hines, EarlEarl HinesBlues in thirds (Caution Blues). - Off Time Blues. - Chicago High Life. - A Monday date. - Stowaway. - Chimes in blues. - Panther Rag. - Just too soon. - I ain't got nobody. - Fifty-seven varities. - Sweet Ella May. - Everybody loves my Baby. - Good little, bad little you. - Have you ever felt that way. - Beau Koo Jack. - I wish I could Shimmy like my sister Kate. - Chicago Rhythm. - Glad Rag Doll. - Grand Piano Blues.- Blue Nights19521ocn053307131rcrd19390.29Hines, EarlPiano man!1911ocn031850689rcrd19940.25Bailey, MildredThe rockin' chair lady [1931-1950]1916ocn003108912rcrd19510.56Armstrong, LouisThe Louis Armstrong storySolomon Jazz Collection1684ocn050576594rcrd20020.24Ellington, Duke1969 all-star White House tribute to Duke Ellington1554ocn018671144rcrd19880.23Classic jazz piano1514ocn019075163visu19880.70Call of the jitterbugHistorySwing musicians from the 1930s argue the derivation of the Jitterbug from the Lindy Hop14619ocn022945990rcrd19590.56Carter, BennySwingin' the 20's14629ocn003290139rcrd19580.56Hines, EarlEarl "Fatha" HinesEarl "Fatha" Hines, pianist, gave a lecture/demonstration on jazz piano styles from the 1920s to the present7804ocn002818153book19770.31Dance, StanleyThe world of Earl HinesBiography3107ocn045738680visu20000.21Burns, KenJazzHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyMusicDocumentary television programsBy 1924 to 1928 jazz is everywhere in America and spreading abroad. For the first time, soloists and singers take center stage, transforming the music with their distinctive voices. This episode traces the careers of Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, Artie Shaw, Sidney Bechet, Bessie Smith, Earl Hines, Ethel Waters, Bix Beiderbecke, the first great white jazz artist, and Benny Goodman, the son of Jewish immigrants351ocn527366345book20030.28Contemporary Black biography. profiles from the international Black communityBiographyBiographical profiles of important and influential persons of African heritage who form the international black community. Covers persons of various nationalities in a wide variety of fields providing coverage of names found in today's headlines as well as selected individuals from earlier in this century whose influence continues to have an impact on contemporary life+-+7088112325191ocn527365982book19940.21Contemporary musicians. profiles of the people in musicBiographyProvides comprehensive information on musicians and groups from around the world. Entries include a detailed biographical essay, selected discographies, contact information, and a list of sources51ocn021129396score19450.86Hines, EarlBoogie woogie on W.C. Handy's St. Louis blues : piano soloPortraitsPictorial works41ocn177078760rcrd20070.96Hines, EarlEarl Hines, 1953-1954Interviews31ocn222423613rcrd19970.79Hines, Earl57 varietiesSolomon Jazz Collection32ocn070105663mix19931.00Taylor, Jeffrey JamesEarl Hines and Black jazz piano in Chicago, 1923-28Criticism, interpretation, etcBiography31ocn026682238book19800.82Dance, StanleyEarl HinesCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography31ocn423546626visu20010.92JazzCriticism, interpretation, etc"As the stock market soars to record heights, jazz is played in dance halls and speakeasies everywhere. The music now places more emphasis on the innovations of supremely gifted individuals; for the first time, improvising soloists and singers take center stage. Bessie Smith helps make an industry out of the blues--and faces down the Ku Klux Klan. Bix Beiderbecke, a brilliant cornetist from the American heartland, demonstrates that white musicians, too, can make important contributions to jazz--only to destroy himself with alcohol at age 28. Benny Goodman and Artie Shaw--each the gifted son of Jewish immigrants--find in jazz a way out of the ghetto. Sidney Bechet takes his music and his combative personality to Europe. Duke Ellington gets the break of a lifetime when his band is hired by the most celebrated of all Harlem nightspots, the gangster-owned, whites-only Cotton Club, and begins to broadcast his distinctive music all across the country. Meanwhile, Louis Armstrong returns to Chicago, and in 1928, with the pianist Earl Hines, records his first great masterpiece, West End blues, which establishes jazz as an expressive art comparable to any other, and proves that Armstrong is the music's presiding genius, what the Wright Brothers are to travel and Albert Einstein to science"--Videocassette sleeve21ocn039484186mix19961.00Ewing, JohnCentral Avenue sounds John EwingInterviewsEwing discusses his childhood and continues through his career as a jazz musician. Major topics discussed include Ewing's early musical development, his relocation to Los Angeles and his professional career there, and his experiences with the Earl Hines and Jimmie Lunceford orchestras21ocn161926849score19380.47Brewer, ArtenniaDo something about itPortraits21ocn043404248book19981.00Powell, MelExile at home Mel PowellInterviewsPowell discusses his childhood and early music education in New York City and continues through his years playing jazz piano with the Benny Goodman orchestra and his career as a composer and music professor at Yale University and founding dean of the School of Music and provost at CalArts. Major topics discussed include jazz music during the forties, music in academia, the founding of CalArts, the language of nontonal music, the evolution of an American compositional style, and the future of modern composed music21ocn010989131book19820.47Moxhet, LionelA discography of Earl Hines, 1923-1977 : records, festivals and concertsDiscography11ocn080084764book19721.00[Art Hodes]Biography11ocn041209053book1966Earl Hines : the father of modern jazz piano11ocn014253850rcrd19771.00Vaughan, Sarah[Sarah Vaughan talks about singing, Earl Hines and Billy Eckstine]11ocn048181356book20010.47Beecher, Randy LFerdinand "Jelly Roll" Morton and Earl "Fatha" Hines' piano styles in the 1920s : a selected comparisonCriticism, interpretation, etc11ocn433656466rcrd19750.56Armstrong, LouisLouis Armstrong and Earl Hines : 192811ocn317338780visu19650.10Jazz Earl "Fatha" Hines and Coleman HawkinsA rare record of a session with two jazz artists Earl "Fatha" Hines and Coleman Hawkins+-+7088112325Thu Oct 16 14:58:08 EDT 2014batch73589