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Champagne Charlie

Leon Redbone (レオンレッドボーン)

基本情報

ジャンル
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カタログNo
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3165
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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1978
フォーマット
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CD
クレジット
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Chris Whiteley(Trumpet),  Dennis Drury(Trombone),  Eddie Davis(Drums),  Eurreal Montgomery(Piano),  Julien Barber(Violin),  Kathryn Kienke(Violin),  Leon Mcauliffe(Guitar (Steel)),  Leon Redbone(Guitar),  Leon Redbone(Vocals),  Regis Landiorio(Violin),  Sammy Price(Piano),  Tom Evans(Clarinet),  Vince Giordano(Sax (Baritone)),  Jonathan Dorn(Tuba),  Ken Whiteley(Banjo),  Kermit Moore(Cello),  Selwart Clarke(Viola),  Vince Giordano(Tuba),  William S Fischer(Strings),  George Marge(Ocarina),  Ken Whiteley(Washboard),  Joel Dorn(Producer),  Leon Redbone(Arranger),  Benny Davis(Performer),  Jimmie F. Rodgers(Performer),  Joe Burke(Performer),  John Cabalka(Art Direction),  Hal Willner(Associate Producer),  Kathy Tufaro(Assistant Producer),  Brad Kanawyer(Cover Lettering),  Leon Redbone(Cover Drawing)

商品説明

From the opening track, Champagne Charlie, to the dazzling finale, T.B. Blues, Leon Redbone presents an introspective collection of blues and big band melodies in timeless fashion, a rare feat because of its release date in 1978. The record was highly acclaimed and regarded as the purest of jazz and classic blues by a remarkable legend and icon in this musical form. Most of the record, like the amiable Sweet Sue (Just You) and memorable Big Bad Bill (Is Sweet William Now), is filled with the best that blues and ragtime has to offer. The music itself is quite light and jolly during the more uplifting moments, with others such as I Hate a Man Like You very depressing and sorrowful. The band backing up Redbone is delightful, filled with jubilant horns, oboes, and trumpets. T.B. Blues closes out this record as a charming look back into the world of blues via pioneer Jimmie Rodgers. Two melodies written and composed by giant Jelly Roll Morton are featured here, with fresh and stunning new arrangements by Leon Redbone and company, If Someone Would Only Love Me and I Hate a Man Like You. The record is somewhat poorly recorded, losing its listening ability though still portraying its exuberant style and antique mysteriousness. A charming and romantic listen and study of this period of ragtime and blues that will surely not disappoint the average listener. ~ Shawn M. Haney, All Music Guide

収録曲   

  • 01. Champagne Charlie (02:52)
  • 02. Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone (02:52)
  • 03. Sweet Sue, Just You (02:41)
  • 04. One Rose (That's Left in My Heart) (04:32)
  • 05. Alabama Jubilee (01:42)
  • 06. Big Bad Bill (Is Sweet William Now) (03:15)
  • 07. Yearning (Just for You) (02:48)
  • 08. If Someone Would Only Love Me (03:31)
  • 09. I Hate a Man Like You (03:41)
  • 10. T.B. Blues (03:56)

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Leon Redbone

While his gravelly baritone and omnipresent fedora, dark glasses, and Groucho Marx mustache made him one of the more distinct and recognizable characters in popular music, little is known about the neo-vaudeville crooner Leon Redbone. Throughout his career, he steadfastly refused to divulge any information about his background or personal life; according to legend, Redbone's desire to protect his

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