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Rare California Airshots

Bob Wills (ボブウィリス)

基本情報

ジャンル
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カタログNo
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24
組み枚数
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1
レーベル
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オリジナル盤発売年
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2001
フォーマット
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CD
クレジット
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Alex Brashear(Trumpet),  Billy Jack Wills(Drums),  Bob Wills(Vocals),  Dean McKinney(Vocals),  Evelyn McKinney(Vocals),  Harley Huggins(Guitar),  Joe Holley(Vocals),  Les Anderson(Guitar (Steel)),  Les Anderson(Vocals),  Lester Barnard, Jr.(Guitar (Electric)),  Lester Barnard, Jr.(Vocals),  Millard Kelso(Piano),  Tommy Duncan(Vocals),  Bill Mounce(Banjo),  Bob Wills(Fiddle),  Joe Holley(Fiddle),  Billy Jack Wills(String Bass),  Luke Wills(String Bass),  Benny Goodman(Composer),  Bob Wills(Composer),  Bobby Miller(Composer),  Charlie Christian(Composer),  Cindy Walker(Composer),  Cindy Walker(Composer),  Cliff Bruner(Composer),  Esther VanSciver(Composer),  Floyd Tillman(Composer),  Jack Guthrie(Composer),  Jimmie Davis(Composer),  Joe Burke(Composer),  Jule Styne(Composer),  Kokomo Arnold(Composer),  Sammy Cahn(Composer),  Shelton Brooks(Composer),  Tommy Duncan(Composer),  Traditional(Composer),  Woody Guthrie(Composer),  Bob Wills(Leader)

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These Rare California Airshots by Bob Wills were captured and preserved for posterity during the years 1945-1946. This pins them as immediately predating the first of the Tiffany Transcriptions. Wills was an insatiable listener who blended his favorite blues and jazz tunes into the band's country and western style and repertoire with great success. The longest track is a four and a half minute version of the 31st Street Blues, composed by vaudevillian and ukulele king Wendell Hall. Wills probably heard it first on phonograph records played by Oliver Naylor's Seven Aces or sung by Josie Miles or Clara Smith with backing by Fletcher Henderson. In addition to a take of Rubber Dolly that picks up where the Light Crust Doughboys left off, Wills transforms melodies by Kokomo Arnold, Woody Guthrie, Shelton Brooks and Duke Ellington. The jazz standards are impressive, with a Jack Teagarden-style version of Spencer Williams' Basin Street Blues nestled between exciting interpretations of Fats Waller's Honeysuckle Rose and the Charlie Christian-Benny Goodman jam vehicle Seven Come Eleven. ~ arwulf arwulf, Rovi

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  • 01. Jessie (03:08)
  • 02. No Wonder (02:49)
  • 03. 31st Street Blues (04:31)
  • 04. When They Baptise Sister Lucy Lee (01:58)
  • 05. Seven Come Eleven (03:31)
  • 06. Basin Street Blues (03:39)
  • 07. Honeysuckle Rose (02:58)
  • 08. Seven Miles Out of Town (03:08)
  • 09. Darktown Strutters' Ball (02:28)
  • 10. Miss Molly (02:16)
  • 11. Don't Cry Baby (02:44)
  • 12. Take Me Back to Tulsa (03:30)
  • 13. Crafton Blues (03:06)
  • 14. Darling, Precious Little Sonny Boy (03:05)
  • 15. Oklahoma Hills (02:07)
  • 16. I Ain't Got Nothin' But the Blues (03:03)
  • 17. Rubber Dolly (02:44)
  • 18. It Makes No Difference Now (03:37)
  • 19. New San Antonio Rose/G.I. Wish (03:40)
  • 20. Milk Cow Blues (03:09)
  • 21. I Betcha My Heart I Love You (03:01)
  • 22. I'll Walk Alone (02:43)
  • 23. Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star (03:46)
  • 24. Cherokee Maiden (03:40)

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Bob Wills

Bob Wills' name will forever be associated with Western swing. Although he did not invent the genre single-handedly, he did popularize the genre and changed its rules. In the process, he reinvented the rules of popular music. Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys were a dance band with a country string section that played pop songs as if they were jazz numbers. Their music expanded and erased boundarie

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