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Graeme Bell - A Compilation Of His Recorded Compositions 1947-2007 mp3 flac

  • Singer: Graeme Bell
  • Album: A Compilation Of His Recorded Compositions 1947-2007
  • MP3: 1613 mb | FLAC: 1333 mb
  • Released: 2008
  • Style: Dixieland
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Graeme Bell - A Compilation Of His Recorded Compositions 1947-2007 mp3 flac

Newmarket Music, Джаз, 2012. 1. Graeme Bell - The Lizard. Graeme Bell - Take A Note From The South. 9. Graeme Bell - Apples Be Ripe. 10. Graeme Bell - Rocking Horse Rag Version 1.

A1 The Lizard A2 Czechoslovak Journey A3 Chicken And Almonds A4 Chicken And Almonds A5 Jumbuck Jamboree A6 Bull Ant Blues A7 Goanna March A8 Take A Note From The South A9 Apples Be Ripe A10 Rocking Horse Rag A11 Rocking Horse Rag A12 Square Dance Rag A13 Airway Boogie.

Graeme was 94 years old on 7 September, 2008, and has been a major influence in the past 70 years of his involvement in Oz' jazz world. For more about him refer to my article in the Autumn 2005 IAJRC Journal, entitled 'Ninety-Plus: The Unstoppable Graeme Bell'. This double CD contains 46 tracks, featuring 43 of his compositions (three appear twice, in totally different interpretations). The presentation is impressive.

Graeme Bell & His Australian Jazz Band Graeme Emerson Bell AO MBE (7 September 1914 – 13 June 2012) was an Australian Dixieland and classical jazz pianist, composer and band leader. According to The Age, his "band's music was hailed for its distinctive Australian edge, which he describes as 'nice larrikinism' and 'a happy Aussie outdoor feel'". Aside from playing, Bell was one of the leading promoters of jazz in Australia, bringing American performers such as Rex Stewart to Australia. Graeme Bell - A Compilation of His Recorded Compositions 1947-2007.

GRAEME BELL is a dixieland music artist.

GRAEME BELL: A compilation of all his recorded compositions. To the tiop of this blog. 01-lizard - graeme bell dixieland jazz band - sydney 11 apr. 1947. 02-czechoslovak journey - graeme bell dixieland jazz band - paris 23 sep. 03-chicken and almonds - graeme bell australian jazz band - sydney 10 mrt 1949. 12-flight of the broken wing - graeme bell - sydney 28 april 2004. 13-touch of heather - graeme bell sydney 7 july 2007. 14-kyushu dragonfly - tom gould - melbourne 27 dec 2007. 15-bev's washboard stomp in b - graeme bell reunion band - sydney 28 april 2004.

Graeme Emerson Bell, AO, MBE (7 September 1914 – 13 June 2012) was an Australian Dixieland and classical jazz pianist, composer and band leader. Bell was one of the leading promoters of jazz in Australia, bringing American performers such as Rex Stewart to Australia

Bell made his name in post-war Europe with a tour to Czechoslovakia in 1947 with his Australian Jazz Band. They enjoyed further success in Britain and the Continent in the 1950s when Bell produced numerous great recorded collaborations with London trumpeter Humphrey Lyttleton, American blues musician Big Bill Broonzy and his own sidemen. Having founded the Swaggie record label in 1949, Bell played and travelled internationally until 1957, when he settled in Sydney.

Some of these rare sides were left over from studio sessions that resulted in records issued by the Tempo and Esquire labels; the rest of the material was recorded live at the Streatham and Leicester Square jazz clubs. Some of the takes are "incomplete," meaning that the band is either rehearsing, horsing around, engaging in conversation, cutting up, leg pulling, or telling naughty jokes. The overall effect is remarkably entertaining. feat: Graeme Bell & His Austrailian Jazz Band.

Tracklist

A1 The Lizard 3:01
A2 Czechoslovak Journey 2:35
A3 Chicken And Almonds 2:49
A4 Chicken And Almonds 2:26
A5 Jumbuck Jamboree 3:03
A6 Bull Ant Blues
A7 Goanna March
A8 Take A Note From The South
A9 Apples Be Ripe
A10 Rocking Horse Rag
A11 Rocking Horse Rag
A12 Square Dance Rag
A13 Airway Boogie
A14 Bell's Boogie
A15 Come Skiffle Chicken
A16 Skiffle Board Blues
A17 Petal's Theme
A18 Long John C
A19 Bottle Top Blues
A20 Just Jazz
A21 Justine
A22 Balthazar
A23 Mount Olive
A24 Mollie The Monk
A25 Corroboree In Dixie
B1 Malloney's Boogie
B2 This One's For Eric
B3 Blue Mist
B4 My Dreaming
B5 Boab Tree
B6 The Happy Cavaliers
B7 Here's One For Jim
B8 Dancing Avenue
B9 Tango Moravia
B10 Daddy Long Legs
B11 Stepping On Two Paths
B12 Flight Of The Broken Wing
B13 A Touch of Heather
B14 Kyushu Dragonfly
B15 Bev's Washboard Stomp in B#
B16 Fairy Night
B17 Roundabout
B18 Is He Back Yet?
B19 Is He Back Yet?
B20 Clea
B21 Pig's Arse, He's In America

Credits

  • Co-producer – Bill Haesler, Graeme Bell
  • Mastered By – Peter Wolstenholme

Notes

46 track compilation on 2 CDs.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 9317102325421