||Opus de Funk CD (2001) |
Terry Shannon songs Trumpeter/arranger Jimmy Deuchar is showcased on 11 track batch of Tempo Modern Jazz sessions from 1956 & 1957 featuring a fine crop of British musicians. In particular, two of the titles, "I'll Take ...
||New Star CD (2001) |
Terry Shannon music CDs This collection contains the entire A NEW STAR LP and various tracks from the album DIZZY BLOWS BIRD.
British modern jazz musician Dizzy Reece is showcased in both a quintet & quartet setting on ...
||Dancing in the Dark CD (2011) |
Terry Shannon CD discography Liner Note Author: Simon Spillett.
Recording information: The Dancing Slipper, Nottingham (02/12/1964).
Personnel: Tubby Hayes (tenor saxophone, vibraphone); Jimmy Deuchar (trumpet); Terry Shannon (piano); Allan Ganley (drums).
Audio Remasterer: Paul French.
||In London, Vol. 1 CD (1983) |
Terry Shannon discography When Britain's most brilliant musical export, Victor Feldman, returned to London in November, 1956, he envisaged a complete rest after some hard work in the U.S. with Woody Herman. When he left London ...
||Jazz at the Flamingo CD (2001) |
Terry Shannon albums This British Modern Jazz Tempo session from 1956 was specially recorded at the Railway Arms public house next to Decca's West Hampstead studios to recreate the atmosphere at London's famous Flamingo Club, then ...
||Tubby's New Groove CD (2011) |
Terry Shannon CD discography The music contained on this CD is among the most significant pieces of British Jazz history to have been discovered in a long long time. This first time ever release unearths a studio ...
||Swinging Giant, Vol. 2 CD (1957) |
Terry Shannon music CDs British jazz giant Tubby Hayes is featured on this 11 track collection in a quintet setting. Also included are four tracks recorded with the Jazz Couriers, featuring Ronnie Scott. Contains the songs "Ode ...
||Africa Calling CD (2006) |
Terry Shannon songs The legendary West Indian saxophonist Wilton Gaynair was a prominent figure in the "classic period" of British post-bop activity in the late 50s and early 60s. 'Bogey' only made three albums as a ...
||Live In London, Vol. 2 CD (2005) |
Terry Shannon albums Tubby again demonstrates what a staggeringly efficient all-rounder he truly was, and what a void still exists in the canon of great British jazz musicians. Included is a highly entertaining 'warts-and-all' interview with ...
||England's Late Jazz Great CD (2005)
Terry Shannon discography One of the top tenor saxophonists to emerge from England, Tubby Hayes could play as fast as Johnny Griffin, had his own hard bop sound, and accomplished a great deal in a short ...
||Tubbs Tours CD (2004) |
Terry Shannon CD discography One of six Tubby Hayes titles presented for the first time on CD due to high demand. Part of the Impressed Re-pressed series.
This reissue of TUBBS TOURS features 9 tracks.
Personnel: Tubby Hayes (flute, ...
||Blues In Trinity CD (1958) |
Terry Shannon albums This is part of the Blue Note Limited Edition Connoisseur series.
As Dizzy Reece's first album for Blue Note, Blues in Trinity goes a long way to establish the trumpeter's signature sound. Reece doesn't ...
||Some Of My Best Friends CD (2000) |
Terry Shannon music CDs Recorded on August 8 & 15, 1957 and live at the Dominion Theatre, London, England on February 16, 1958. Includes liner notes by Jeffrey Kruger and Tony Hall.
Compilation;1957-58;Studio & Live;W/Ronnie Scott,Tubby Haye
Engineers: Cyril ...
||Tribute: Tubbs (1963) |
Terry Shannon discography This highly enjoyable Spotlite LP features tenor saxophonist Tubby Hayes at a concert performing lengthy versions of three boppish originals, plus "All of You." Hayes is teamed with trumpeter Jimmy Deuchar, pianist Terry ...