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||Christian aTunde Adjuah CDs (2012)
Lawrence Fields albums New Orleans trumpeter Christian Scott has always examined various historic musical traditions for their wealth of knowledge and culture. He's also deeply well-read, putting forth an inquiry which addresses the future from global and socio-political codes of past ...
||Blues Attack CD (2009) |
Lawrence Fields songs Born in Virginia and established in Chicago, singer Shirley Johnson is in the classic tradition--based in gospel, and inspired by the blues and secular R&B of Etta James, Little Milton, and Bobby "Blue" Bland. BLUES ATTACK is the ...
||Watts CD (2009)
Lawrence Fields music CDs Since the 1980s drummer Jeff "Tain" Watts has been building his reputation as one of the best musicians in contemporary jazz, first as the drummer for Wynton Marsalis's band, then as a in-demand session player and a leader ...
||Marsalis Music Honors Series CD (2007) |
Lawrence Fields CD discography A highly respected though oft-overlooked jazz clarinet player, Alvin Batiste is the subject of this 2007 installment in the MARSALIS MUSIC HONORS series. While the New Orleans-based musician leans toward the avant-garde (certainly more so than a Marsalis ...
||Last Years: 1940-1943 CDs (1989) |
Lawrence Fields albums This 63 song compilation features work from the 3 years before Waller's death including some rare and unissued songs.
Recorded between April 1940 and January 1943. Includes liner notes by Marty Grosz and Will Warner.
Since all of the previous ...
||Very Best Of Fats Waller CD (2000)
Lawrence Fields discography This best-of features the inimitable performer in a variety of settings, from the rollicking late-1920s small group arrangements of "Ain't Misbehavin'" and "Honeysuckle Rose" to the beautiful, and unexpectedly delicate, big band sound of the instrumental "Jitterbug Waltz."
||Indispensable Fats Waller Vol. 9/10 (1940-1943) CDs (1994) |
Lawrence Fields CD discography This is part of RCA's Black & White Jazz Tribune series.
Includes liner notes by Don Waterhouse and Francois Rilhac.
Personnel: Fats Waller (vocals, piano); Deep River Boys (vocals); Irving Ashby, John Smith, Al Casey (guitar); Gene Porter, Gene Sedric ...