||New New Orleans Jazz 1953-1955 CD |
Eddie Gibbs albums Liner Note Author: Charles Fox.
Personnel: Lee Blair, Eddie Gibbs (banjo); Omer Simeon (clarinet); Doc Cheatham (trumpet); Sonny White (piano); Zutty Singleton (drums).
||Marchin' and Swingin'/At Symphony Hall CDs (2000) |
Eddie Gibbs CD discography Originally released as 2 separate LPs: MARCHIN' AND SWINGIN' (1956)/AT SYMPHONY HALL (1957).
Includes liner notes by Marshall W. Stearns, John S. Wilson and Wilbur De Paris.
Recorded in New York, New York in September 1952. ...
||Jumpin' for Joy CD (1999)
Eddie Gibbs discography Audio Remasterer: John R.T. Davies.
Liner Note Author: Chris Sheridan.
Photographer: Frank Driggs.
Unknown Contributor Role: Doc Cheatham.
Arranger: Buster Harding.
Personnel includes: Teddy Wilson, Ben Webster.
Personnel: Teddy Wilson (piano); Helen Ward, Thelma Carpenter (vocals); Eddie Gibbs, Al Casey ...
||Ain't It Nice: The Recordings Of Alex Hill, Vol. 1 - 1928 - 1934 CD (1998) |
Eddie Gibbs CD discography 23 tracks feat. Punch Miller, Jimmie Noone, Eddie Condon & Junie Cobb, inc. the songs "Parkway Stomp", "Mississippi Wobble", "Shake That Jelly Roll"
Recording information: Chicago, IL (10/09/1928-10/19/1934); New York, NY (10/09/1928-10/19/1934).
Director: Jimmy Wade.
||1937-1941 CD (1993) |
Eddie Gibbs songs The 20 recordings on the 1937-1941 volume were cut variously in Paris during 1937; Hilversum, Holland, in 1938; and New York in 1940 and 1941. The French and Dutch recordings represent South's final European ...
||Essential Chick Bullock CD (2004) |
Eddie Gibbs music CDs Recorded between 1932 & 1941.
Personnel: O'Neill Spencer (vocals, drums); Joe Venuti (vocals); Eddie Gibbs, Benny James , Perry Botkin (guitar); Gene Mikell, Jimmy Dorsey (clarinet, alto saxophone); Edmond Hall, Jimmy Hamilton, Benny Goodman (clarinet); ...
||Quintessence: Stockholm - New York - Paris 1939-1949 CDs |
Eddie Gibbs CD discography Track Listing of songs: Bugle Call Rag; Sheik of Araby, The; I've Found a New Baby; Swing to Bop; One Bass Hit; 52nd Street Theme; Oop Bop Sh-Bam; Fat Boy, Pts. 1 & 2; Tadd Walk, ...
||Queen of Big Band Swing CD (1998) |
Eddie Gibbs albums This British compilation traces Helen Ward's work as female vocalist with the orchestras of Benny Goodman, Gene Krupa, Teddy Wilson, Bob Crosby, Joe Sullivan, and Harry James between 1936 and 1943. Of course, Ward's ...
||Another Evening at Jimmy Ryan's CDs (2000) |
Eddie Gibbs discography Wilbur DeParis & His New New Orleans Jazz Band are in typically fine form on this set of radio broadcasts from Jimmy Ryan's (their home base) during 1951-1952. The performances, which are mostly taken ...
||Complete Rca Victor & Black & White CDs (2002) |
Eddie Gibbs albums Track Listing of songs: That's What Love Did to Me; I Take to You; Good-For-Nothin' Joe; Captain and His Men, The; You're My Thrill; Haunted Town; St. Louis Blues; Careless Love; Aunt Hagar's Blues; Beale Street ...
||Dr. Jazz Series Vol. 7 CD (1994) |
Eddie Gibbs music CDs Produced with the consummate quality characteristic of the Storyville Records label, this one boasts excellent digital sound restoration by Jack Towers, more than an hour of playing time, and detailed liner notes by Jack ...
||Noble Art Of Teddy Wilson CD (2002)
Eddie Gibbs songs Living Era presents the perfect all-purpose Teddy Wilson anthology, with vintage recordings made between October 10, 1933 and November 19, 1946, a time period during which swing was the thing. Wilson is heard as ...
||Stormy Weather: The Legendary Lena CD (1990) |
Eddie Gibbs music CDs Recorded between 1941 & 1958. Includes liner notes by Michael Bourne.
Perhaps more renowned as a performer in films and nightclubs than as a recording artist, singer Lena Horne nonetheless participated in many studio sessions ...
||1939-1941 CD (1996) |
Eddie Gibbs discography This segment of the Teddy Wilson chronology contains 23 recordings made for the Columbia label in New York and Chicago between December 11, 1939 and September 16, 1941. The first eight tracks showcase Wilson's ...