Freakish Blues - Luis Russell - The Luis Russell Collection, 1926-1934 (CD)

8 thoughts on “ Freakish Blues - Luis Russell - The Luis Russell Collection, 1926-1934 (CD)

  1. Moogurg says:
    Apr 04,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Luis Russell And His Orchestra - Freakish Blues YouTube Luis Russel - Jersey Lightning - New York, - Duration: Heinz Becker 4, views.
  2. Zolom says:
    Luis Russell & Henry "Red" Allen HENRY ALLEN, Jr. AND HIS NEW YORK ORCHESTRA It Should Be You (Allen) Biff'ly Blues (Allen) Biff'ly Blues (Allen) Feeling Drowsy (Allen) Feeling Drowsy (Allen) I'd like to be more positive and I like several of the songs on the album a lot but it's meant to be a collection of 4/5(18).
  3. Votaur says:
    Freakish Light Blues Banjo – Will Johnson (2) Bass – Wiliam "Bass" Moore* Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Charlie Holmes Directed By – King Oliver Drums – Paul Barbarin Piano – Luis Russell Tenor Saxophone – Teddy Hill Trombone – J.C. Higginbotham Trumpet – Louis Metcalf Written-By – Russell*, Barbarin* – King Oliver And 5/5(2).
  4. Duramar says:
    In it's best years, covered by this very comprehensive double CD, this was one of the most vibrant and exciting bands in existence. Sparked by such top talents a Red Allen, J.C. Higginbotham, Charlie Holmes and Albert Nicholas and driven by the propulsive beat of the great Pops Foster's dynamic bass, the recordings made by Luis Russel between 19are landmarks of jazz history.
  5. Bralabar says:
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for - Luis Russell & His Orchestra on AllMusic - - It's a shame this and the earlier Classics.
  6. Yozshunris says:
    Freakish Blues By Luis Russell. • 1 song, Play on Spotify. 1. Freakish Blues. Featured on Harlem Jazz. More by Luis Russell. Dolly. Dirty. Call Of The Freaks (Original Recordings - ) Ghost Of The Freaks (Original Recordings - ).
  7. Voodoolkree says:
    This Classics Russell collection and the label's later disc round up the entire output by the Panamanian bandleader. And while some know them better for the fact they eventually morphed into Louis Armstrong's first big band in the early '30s, Russell's outfit originally cut some of the best sides to surface during the music's transition from early jazz to big band music.8/

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