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Sweet And Low Blues - Jabbo Smith - Hot Jazz In The Twenties - Volume Two (CD)

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  1. 3. Jazz Battle 4. Little Willie Blues 5. Sleepy Time Blues 6. Take Your Time 7. Sweet 'N Low Blues 8. Take To The River 9. Ace Of Rhythms Let's Get Together Shau-Sha Stomp Michigander Blues Decatur Blues Till Time Gets Better Lina Blues Weird (Sic) And Blue Croonin' The Blues I got The Stinger Boston Reviews:
  2. Jabbo Smith had a short but important recording career in the late s when he became the first trumpeter to seriously challenge Louis Armstrong with a virtuosity years ahead of its time. On this week's Riverwalk Jazz, The Jim Cullum Jazz Band revives their favorite Jabbo Smith compositions. And we hear scenes from Jabbo's life in his own.
  3. Hot Jazz in the Twenties 1 by Jabbo Smith Audio CD $ Only 1 left in stock - order soon. Stream Hot Jazz In The Twenties Vol. 2 by Jabbo Smith and tens of millions of other songs on all your devices with Amazon Take Your Time. Listen Now $ 2. Sweet and Low Blues. Sweet and Low Blues. Listen Now $ 3. 30 5/5(2).
  4. Sweet And Low Blues By Jabbo Smith & His Rhythm Aces. • 1 song, Play on Spotify. 1. Sweet And Low Blues - Jabbo Smith & His Rhythm Aces. Featured on Hot Jazz From New Orleans. More by Jabbo Smith & His Rhythm Aces. More Jabbo Smith & His Rhythm Aces.
  5. Strange as it seems, Smith was past his prime by when he was only Except for some early sideman appearances and forgettable efforts in later years (plus one previously unissued Rhythm Ace side from that was unearthed in the mid-'90s by the Retrieval label), this CD essentially contains Jabbo Smith 's entire legacy, although he would live until
  6. The Complete / Sessions [Jazz Archives No], a Compilation of songs by Jabbo Smith. Released in on EPM (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Jazz, Swing, Big Band.
  7. Musicologist Gunther Schuller transcribed Smith's rapid-fire fanfares on "Sweet and Low Down Blues" for his influential study Early Jazz (Oxford University Press, ), noting how Smith's speed and range kept up with, and at times outran, Simeon's clarinet. Smith fingers and mind are never at a loss for words, but on "Decatur Street Tutti" he.
  8. – Jabbo Smith And His Rhythm Aces: Take Your Time: A2 – Jabbo Smith And His Rhythm Aces: Sweet And Low Blues: A3 – Jabbo Smith And His Rhythm Aces: Decatur Street Tutti: A4 – Charles Johnson's Paradise Ten: You Ain't The One: A5 – Lloyd Smith And His Gut Bucket-Teers: I'm Going Away Just To Wear You Off My Mind: A6 – Lloyd Smith And.

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