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From spirituals to swing

Author: Hot Lips PageHelen HumesCount BasieWalter PageJo JonesAll authors
Publisher: Santa Monica, CA : Vanguard, 1999.
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : English
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Genre/Form: Live sound recordings
Music
Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
Music Type: Jazz; Blues
All Authors / Contributors: Hot Lips Page; Helen Humes; Count Basie; Walter Page; Jo Jones; Meade Lewis; Albert Ammons; Pete Johnson; Joe Turner; Rosetta Tharpe; Big Bill Broonzy; Sonny Terry; James P Johnson; Jimmy Rushing; Ida Cox; Bull City Red.; Freddie Green; Shad Collins; Dicky Wells; Buddy Tate; John Hammond; Sterling Allen Brown; Count Basie Orchestra.; Kansas City Five.; Mitchell's Christian Singers.; New Orleans Feetwarmers (Musical group); Kansas City Six.; Golden Gate Quartet.; Benny Goodman Sextet.
OCLC Number: 42704857
Notes: Jazz, blues, and spirituals.
Includes 23 previously unreleased tracks.
Compact discs; 3 containers, in box (31 cm.).
From spirituals to swing, by John Hammond, Charles Edward Smith, and Steve Buckingham (43 p. : ill.), and The New Masses presents an evening of American Negro music, From spirituals to swing (dedicated to Bessie Smith) (reproduction of program from the Dec. 23, 1938 concert) (19 p. : ill.) laid in.
Credits: "Original album produced by John Hammond; re-issue produced by Steve Buckingham"--Container.
Performer(s): Various performers.
Event notes: Recorded principally Dec. 23, 1938 and Dec. 24, 1939.
Description: 3 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: December 23, 1938 concert. Swingin' the blues ; One o'clock jump (Count Basie & his orchestra) ; Introduction (John Hammond) ; Blues with Lips (Oran "Hot Lips" Page, trumpet ; with Count Basie Orchestra) ; I never knew ; Don't be that way (Kansas City Five) ; Introduction (John Hammond) ; Blues with Helen (Helen Humes, vocal ; with Kansas City Five) ; Introduction (John Hammond) ; I ain't got nobody (Count Basie, piano ; Walter Page, bass ; Jo Jones, drums) ; Jumpin' blues (Meade Lux Lewis, Albert Ammons, Pete Johnson, piano) ; Honky tonk train blues (Meade Lux Lewis, piano) ; Low down dog ; It's all right, baby (Joe Turner, vocal ; Pete Johnson, piano) ; Boogie woogie (Albert Ammons, piano) ; Cavalcade of boogie (Meade Lux Lewis, Albert Ammons, Pete Johnson, piano ; Walter Page, bass ; Jo Jones, drums) ; Rock me ; That's all (Sister Rosetta Tharpe, vocal, guitar ; Albert Ammons, piano) ; What more can my Jesus do? ; My poor mother died a'shoutin' ; Are you living humble (Mitchell's Christian Singers) ; Weary blues ; Milenberg joys ; I wish I could shimmy like my sister Kate (New Orleans Feetwarmers) ; It was just a dream (Big Bill Broonzy, vocal, guitar ; Albert Ammons, piano) ; Fox chase (Sonny Terry, harmonica, voice) ; Carolina shout (James P. Johnson, piano) ; Every tub ; Stealin' blues (Jimmy Rushing, vocal [2nd work], Count Basie & his orchestra) ; After you've gone (Kansas City Six) --
Oh, lady be good ; Allez-oop ; Mortgage stomp (Kansas City Five) (studio recording, June 3, 1938, New York) --
December 24, 1939 concert. Spoken introduction (Sterling A. Brown) ; Gospel train ; I'm on my way ; Noah (Golden Gate Quartet) ; I got rhythm ; Flying home ; Memories of you ; Stompin' at the Savoy ; Honeysuckle Rose (Benny Goodman Sextet) ; Blueberry rhyme ; The mule walk (James P. Johnson, piano) ; Lowdown dirty shame ; 'Fore day creep (Ida Cox, vocal ; James P. Johnson, piano ; Jo Jones, drums ; Walter Page, bass ; Freddie Green, rhythm guitar ; Shad Collins, trumpet ; Dickie Wells, trombone ; Buddy Tate, tenor saxophone) ; Done got wise ; Louise, Louise (Big Bill Broonzy, vocal, guitar ; Albert Ammons, piano) ; Mountain blues (Sonny Terry, harmonica, voice) ; The new John Henry (Sonny Terry, harmonica, voice ; Bull City Red, washboard) ; Paging the devil ; Way down yonder in New Orleans ; Good morning blues (Kansas City Six) ; Old fashioned love ; If I could be with you one hour tonight (Count Basie & his orchestra ; Helen Humes, vocal ; James P. Johnson, piano) ; That rhythm man (Count Basie & his orchestra) ; Oh, lady be good (jam session).
Other Titles: Legendary 1938 & 1939 Carnegie Hall concerts

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