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9 thoughts on “ Oh, Lady Be Good - The Joe Venuti Blue Four* - The Joe Venuti Blue Four (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Joe Goode is an American artist who contributed to the Pop Art movement. View Joe Goode’s artworks on artnet. Find an in-depth biography, exhibitions, original artworks for sale, the latest news, and sold auction prices. See available paintings, prints and .
  2. YouTube History of Music: Birth of Modern Jazz 4: String instruments: Bass - Guitar - Harp - Violin. Recording profiles of early modern jazz string musicians who recorded before Sessions, first record releases, composers, et al.
  3. Material Type: Music: Document Type: Sound Recording: All Authors / Contributors: Joe Venuti's Blue Four (Musikgruppe) OCLC Number: Notes: Enthält: My honey's lovin' arms -- Blue too -- Oh, lady be good -- Dinah -- Tea for three -- Deep night -- Remeber -- Dida diga doo -- I'll never be the same -- String the blues -- The blue room -- I got rhythm.
  4. Lyrics to 'Goodbye Joe' by Laura Nyro. We were lost in the fair on the highland, good bye, Joe, with the sky and the deer on the highland, good bye, Joe. Time is full of changes and now you've got to go. Don't forget that we loved on the highland, good bye, Joe.
  5. Giuseppe "Joe" Venuti (September 16, – August 14, ) was an Italian-American jazz musician and pioneer jazz violinist.. Considered the father of jazz violin, he pioneered the use of string instruments in jazz along with the guitarist Eddie Lang, a friend since chapcobephihealththe.bapccizorasiquatycmyaquicunniter.infoinfoh the s and early s, Venuti and Lang made many recordings, as leader and as featured soloists.
  6. Lady Be Good () cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.
  7. The title track, originally by Detroit’s Five Dollars backed by Joe Weaver & the Blue Notes, has a tasty rumba groove while Johnny Bassett, who played on the original, adds his guitar here. RJ, in the album notes, mentions outside of Bill’s original boogie, these are songs that Bill would play with RJ and the cats iover the years but had.
  8. Feb 06,  · China Boy Venuti Joe In a tribute to Bix dinner party in violinist Joe Venuti plays "China Boy". For a while Joe had pianist Marian McPartland on tour with him and one notices the terrific subtle back up lines Marian throws in. How light her accompanyment is as well. On bass is Major Holley and some fine drumming by Cliff Leeman, now almost gone blind.
  9. At first glance, Philadelphia violinist Joe Venuti and Los Angeles tenor/soprano saxophonist Zoot Sims might seem an unlikely combination. Venuti was known for swing, classic jazz, and Dixieland, whereas Sims (who was young enough to be Venuti's son) was primarily a cool/bop musician along the lines of Stan Getz, Al Cohn, and Paul Quinichette.

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