||Stardust Melody: 21 Essential Classics CD (2009) |
Joe McLewis CD discography Liner Note Author: Dick Sudhalter.
Recording information: Camden, NJ (05/23/1925-??/??/1947); Chicago Lab (05/23/1925-??/??/1947); New York, NY (05/23/1925-??/??/1947); RCA Victor #1, New York, NY (05/23/1925-??/??/1947); RCA Victor Studio #2 at 24th Street, New York, NY ...
||1942-1945 CD (1996) |
Joe McLewis discography For Earl Hines fans looking beyond the bandleader's glory days of the '30s, this Classics chronological disc -- one of several Hines titles in the series -- is worth picking up. It's not ...
||1941 CD (1996) |
Joe McLewis albums In 1975, when Bluebird brought out a double-LP reissue of vintage Earl Hines big-band recordings, the producers included a chain of beefy instrumentals from 1941. The Classics Chronological series zeroed in and fleshed ...
||Complete 1947-1955 CD (2004) |
Joe McLewis songs Recording information: Chicago, IL (03/19/1947-04/08/1955); New York, NY (03/19/1947-04/08/1955).
Personnel: Rene Hall (10-string guitar); Eddie Barefield, Tab Smith (alto saxophone); Wally Williams, Hal Singer, Johnny Griffin, Budd Johnson, Buddy Tate (tenor saxophone); Bill McLemore ...
||1945-1947 CD (1999) |
Joe McLewis music CDs This is a very interesting CD full of rarities. Part of Classics' "complete" series, the disc features the Earl Hines big band after Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie had come and gone. Tenor-saxophonist ...
||Piano Man CD (2006) |
Joe McLewis CD discography As a core sample taken from the early to middle portion of his long career, Piano Man captures the essence of Earl "Fatha" Hines. The listener is meant to begin with five unaccompanied ...
||Piano Man! CD (1994) |
Joe McLewis albums Piano Man is the title of a Victor Bluebird record cut on July 12, 1939 by Earl "Fatha" Hines and his Orchestra. Piano Man is also the title of at least four different ...
||Early Mr. B: 1940 - 1953 CD (2005) |
Joe McLewis discography Eckstine's rich baritone was combined with a delivery well suited to , blues, bop, ballads, and swing numbers, and the sheen on his talent has dimmed not a whit in the intervening years. ...
||Harlem Lament CD (1991) |
Joe McLewis CD discography This excellent LP (which unaccountably leaves out the recording dates of its 16 selections) features the best recordings by Earl Hines's Orchestra during 1932-34 (prior to signing with Decca) and 1937-38. Highlights include ...
||Early Years: 1923-1942 CD (2004) |
Joe McLewis music CDs Recording information: 10/03/1923-05/19/1942.
Personnel: Earl Hines (vocals, piano); Earl Hines; Lois Deppe (vocals); Darnell Howard (alto, violin, clarinet); Lester Boone, Toby Turner, Omer Simeon (alto, clarinet); Harry Jackson (alto, trumpet); Joe Poston , Scoops ...
||1940-1941 CD (1992) |
Joe McLewis songs Horace Henderson spent most of his career in the shadow of his brother Fletcher, even though he was actually a superior pianist and a comparable arranger. Other than an all-star session that he ...
||Stardust Melody CD (2002)
Joe McLewis albums Track Listing of songs: Stardust; Rockin' Chair; March of the Hoodlums; Washboard Blues; Cosmics; Lazy River; Daybreak; Come Easy, Go Easy Love; Sing It Way Down Low; Riverboat Shuffle; Sing Me a Swing Song; Georgia ...
||Rosetta CD (1996) |
Joe McLewis music CDs Unknown Contributor Role: Leon Washington.
Arrangers: Elmer "Skippy" Williams; Cecil Irwin; George Dixon; Lawrence Dixon; Henri Woode; Jimmy Mundy; Louis Taylor ; Quinn Wilson; Budd Johnson.
Personnel: Earl Hines (piano); Walter Fuller (vocals, trumpet); Leroy ...