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1940-41

Louis Jordan (ルイジョーダン)

基本情報

ジャンル
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カタログNo
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CEL706632
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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1996
フォーマット
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CD
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Arnold Thomas(Piano),  Charles Drayton(Bass),  Courtney Williams(Trumpet),  Daisy Winchester(Vocals),  Dallas Bartley(Bass),  Eddie Roane(Trumpet),  Freddy Webster(Trumpet),  Henry Turner(Bass),  Kenneth Hollon(Sax (Tenor)),  Louis Jordan(Clarinet),  Louis Jordan(Sax (Alto)),  Louis Jordan(Sax (Baritone)),  Louis Jordan(Sax (Tenor)),  Louis Jordan(Saxophone),  Louis Jordan(Vocals),  Mabel Robinson(Vocals),  Stafford Simon(Clarinet),  Stafford Simon(Sax (Tenor)),  Tympany Five(Vocals),  Walter Martin(Drums),  Anatol Schenker(Liner Notes),  Emmet "Babe" Wallace(Composer),  Jerry Daniels(Composer),  Lewis F. Muir(Composer),  Louis Jordan(Director),  Louis Wolfe Gilbert(Composer),  Mike Jackson(Composer),  Randy Culbreth(Composer),  Walter Bishop, Sr.(Composer)

商品説明

The second in the Classics label's CD series that reissues all of Louis Jordan's early recordings features the masterful entertainer with his Tympani Five in the period that directly preceded his great commercial successes. Although most of these 26 selections (including Somebody Done Hoodooed the Hoodoo Man, After School Swing Session, Saxa-Woogie and De Laff's On You) are quite obscure, the playing by the group is quite infectious and enjoyable. Singers Daisy Winchester and Mabel Robinson are heard on the Mar. 13, 1940 session for a song apiece, but otherwise, the focus is on Jordan and his fine band, which features tenor saxophonist Kenneth Hollon and several trumpeters, including (on one date) Freddy Webster. Recommended to listeners who want to hear more Louis Jordan than just his hit records. ~ Scott Yanow, Rovi

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  • 01. You've Got to Go When the Wagon Comes (02:28)
  • 02. Lovie Joe (02:43)
  • 03. Somebody Done Hoodooed the Hoodoo Man (02:38)
  • 04. Bounce the Ball (Do da Dittle Um Day) (02:41)
  • 05. Penthouse in the Basement (02:32)
  • 06. After School Swing Session (Swinging With Symphony Sid) (02:35)
  • 07. Oh Boy, I'm in the Groove (02:48)
  • 08. Never Let Your Left Hand Know What Your Right Hand's Doin' (03:02)
  • 09. Don't Come Cryin' on My Shoulder (02:29)
  • 10. Waiting for the Robert E. Lee (02:31)
  • 11. Chicken Ain't Nothin' But a Bird (02:33)
  • 12. Pompton Turnpike (03:07)
  • 13. Do You Call That a Buddy? (Dirty Cat) (03:13)
  • 14. I Know You (I Know What You Wanna Do) (02:29)
  • 15. Pinetop's Boogie Woogie (02:53)
  • 16. Two Little Squirrels (Nuts to You) (02:26)
  • 17. T-Bone Blues (03:07)
  • 18. Pan-Pan (02:53)
  • 19. Saint Vitus Dance (02:49)
  • 20. Saxa-Woogie (02:36)
  • 21. Brotherly Love (Wrong Ideas) (02:58)
  • 22. De Laff's on You (02:50)
  • 23. Boogie Woogie Came to Town (03:05)
  • 24. John, Stop Teasing Me (03:00)
  • 25. How 'Bout That? (02:53)
  • 26. Teacher (How I Love My Teacher) (02:39)

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Louis Jordan

Effervescent saxophonist Louis Jordan was one of the chief architects and prime progenitors of the R&B idiom. His pioneering use of jumping shuffle rhythms in a small combo context was copied far and wide during the 1940s.Jordan's sensational hit-laden run with Decca Records contained a raft of seminal performances, featuring inevitably infectious backing by his band, the Tympany Five, and Jordan'

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