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Bill Coleman - Bill Coleman Blues / Indiana download album

Bill Coleman  - Bill Coleman Blues / Indiana download album
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Album:
Bill Coleman Blues / Indiana
Style:
Swing
Released:
1937
FLAC vers. size:
1904 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1758 mb
WMA vers. size:
1539 mb
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4.8 ★
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William Johnson Coleman (August 4, 1904 in Paris, Kentucky – August 24, 1981 in Toulouse) was a jazz trumpeter. In 1909 Coleman's family moved from Kentucky to Cincinnati. His first musical explorations were on clarinet and C melody saxophone, but he eventually settled on trumpet. As a young man he worked as a messenger for the Western Union telegraph company. He studied with Cincinnati trumpeter Theodore Carpenter, and played in an amateur band led by trombonist .

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Included among the generous 20 tracks are such standouts as "After You've Gone," the Django Reinhardt duet "Bill Coleman Blues," and Coleman's own vocal take on "Indiana. Amidst the almost all-French cast, star Gallic players Stephane Grappelli, Alix Combelle, and Jerry Mengo particularly deserve special mention.

A - Recorded in Paris, November 19, 1937 B - Recorded in Paris, November 12, 1937.

Bill Coleman играет в жанрах: Jazz, Vocal, Pop, Dance, Electronic, Rock, Singer/Songwriter. Слушать лучшие песни Bill Coleman. 1. St. James Infirmary, Learning How to Disappear (feat. Budd Johnson, Dicky Wells, Guy Lafitte & Quentin Jackson). 2. I'm in the Mood for Love, Bill Coleman in Paris. 3. Afromotive in Blue, Afromotive in Blue. 5. Pennies from Heaven, Moi Jai Garde. 6. Rosetta, Americans In Paris. 7. Colemanology, Jazz In Paris: From Boogie to Funk

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Bill Coleman Blues
Guitar – Django ReinhardtWritten-By – Bill Coleman
B Indiana

Credits

  • Trumpet – Bill Coleman

Notes

A — Recorded in Paris, November 19, 1937
B — Recorded in Paris, November 12, 1937

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A-side): OLA 1983-1
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side): OLA 1974-1