- Performer Cab Calloway
- Title A Night At The Savoy
- Style Big Band
- Other formats MOD DMF ADX MP1 AA ASF MPC
- Genre Jazz
- Size MP3 1157 mb
- Size FLAC 1128 mb
- Rating: 4.1
- Votes: 140
555 Fletcher Henderson 1931. 556 Teddy Wilson 1938. 557 Louis Armstrong 1929-30. 558 Bennie Moten 1927-29. 647 Fletcher Henderson 1924 Vol. 3. 648 Horace Henderson 1940, Fletcher Henderson 1941. 649 McKinney's Cotton Pickers 1930-31, Don Redman 1939-40. 650 King Oliver 1923. 651 Jimmie Noone 1934-40.
He was often known as "Smack" Henderson. Fletcher Henderson was born in Cuthbert, Georgia. He attended Atlanta University in Atlanta, Georgia and graduated in 1920, where he was a member of Alpha Phi Alpha, the first intercollegiate Greek-letter organization established for African Americans. Fletcher Hamilton Henderson, Jr.
Fletcher Hamilton Henderson, Jr. (December 18, 1897 – December 28, 1952) was an American pianist, bandleader, arranger and composer, important in the development of big band jazz and swing music. View full artist profile. Original Dixieland Jazz Band. Duke Ellington & His Orchestra.
Blanche Calloway Cab Calloway Frankie Carle Casa Loma Orchestra Charlie Christian Buck Clayton Cozy Cole Bob Crosby Xavier Cugat. Putney Dandridge Vic Dickenson Jimmy Dorsey Tommy Dorsey. Billy Eckstine Roy Eldridge Duke Ellington. Don Fagerquist Roy Fox Bud Freeman. Carroll Gibbons Nat Gonella Benny Goodman Glen Gray Freddie Green Sonny Greer. Edmond Hall Lionel Hampton Phil Harris Clyde Hart Erskine Hawkins Ted Heath Horace Heidt Woody Herman Earl Hines Johnny Hodges Claude Hopkins. Bunny Berigan Cab Calloway Cozy Cole Roy Eldridge Nat Gonella Woody Herman Buddy Rich Artie Shaw. Will Bradley Phil Harris Clyde Hart Ray McKinley. Chu Berry Red Norvo Art Tatum Teddy Wilson. Charlie Barnet Bob Crosby Louis Prima Claude Thornhill. All of Me. Duet with Teddy Wilson. Composition: Gerald Marks/Seymour Simons 1931.
James Fletcher Hamilton Henderson Jr. (December 18, 1897 – December 29, 1952) was an American pianist, bandleader, arranger and composer, important in the development of big band jazz and swing music. He was one of the most prolific black musical arrangers and, along with Duke Ellington, is considered one of the most influential arrangers and bandleaders in jazz history. Henderson's influence was vast. He helped bridge the gap between the Dixieland and the swing eras.
He picked up early experience playing with Speed Webb in 1929 and appearing on some Louis Armstrong recordings in 1933. Discovered by John Hammond, Willie joined Benny Carter's band and recorded with the Chocolate Dandies later that year.
Cab calloway and co. RCA Jazz tribune. Volume 3 Dec 1943-1950. Artist Don Redman Title Shakin’ The African Composer Arlen, Koehler Album Histoire des Big Bands Label Chante Du MOnde Number 574 1481. 90 CD 2 Track 16 Duration . 2 Performers: Don Redman, as, v; Leonard Davis, Langstone Curl, Henry Allen, t; Fred Robinson, Benny Morton, tb; Edward Inge, Rupert Cole, Bob Carroll, reeds; Horace Henderson, p; Talcot Reeves, bj; Bob Ysaguirre, b
The bands Fletcher Henderson led in the 1920s and 1930s were vitally significant incubators of new developments in jazz. Henderson played a key role in bringing improvisatory jazz styles from New Orleans and other areas of the country to New York, where they merged with a dance-band tradition that relied heavily on arrangements written out in musical notation. With Redman writing the band's arrangements and all the instrumentalists in the band responding in inspired ways to Armstrong's innovations as a jazz soloist, Henderson's band evolved into one of the top ensembles in the country. With few records being made at the height of the Depression in the early 1930s, Henderson's style at the point when swing was developing and becoming a distinct genre is sparsely documented. But Goodman and other musicians have repeatedly attested to Henderson's importance.
|A1||–Cab Calloway And His Orchestra||Nagasaki|
|A2||–Cab Calloway And His Orchestra||F.D.R. Jones|
|A3||–Cab Calloway And His Orchestra||Ebony Silhouette|
|A4||–Cab Calloway And His Orchestra||Special Delivery|
|A5||–Don Redman And His Orchestra||A Little Bit Later On
Vocals – DR*
|A6||–Don Redman And His Orchestra||Lazy Weather
Vocals – HL*
|A7||–Don Redman And His Orchestra||Moonrise On The Lowlands
Vocals – HL*
|A8||–Don Redman And His Orchestra||I Gotcha
Vocals – DR*
|B1||–Fletcher Henderson And His Orchestra||Stampede
Arranged By – FH*
|B2||–Fletcher Henderson And His Orchestra||Great Cæser's Ghost
Arranged By – DV*
|B3||–Fletcher Henderson And His Orchestra||Stealing Apples|
|B4||–Fletcher Henderson And His Orchestra||A Pixie From Dixie|
|B5||–Teddy Wilson And His Orchestra||Booly-Ja-Ja|
|B6||–Teddy Wilson And His Orchestra||Exactly Like You|
|B7||–Teddy Wilson And His Orchestra||Early Session Hop|
|B8||–Teddy Wilson And His Orchestra||Lady Of Mystery|