9 thoughts on “ C. Jam Blues - Jive - Joe Loss & His Orchestra - Ballroom Dances (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Nov 28, - A radio format created by The Jazz Evangelist to break down the artificial walls between generations, cultures, races, styles & labels. Traditional Tuesday provides a nostalgic mood by blending American music from the half of the 20th century - music to spark memories for some, and allowing others to hear it for the first time. Music which arose from America's multi-cultural 39 pins.
  2. 05 Max Greger "Sentimental journey 1" () Let's dance - Don't be that way - I'm getting sentimental over you - Moonlight serenade - Perfidia - Jumping at the woodside - Woodchoppers ball - C Jam blues - Skyliner - Sentimental journey - Memories of you - You made me love you - Take the A-train - .
  3. "C Jam Blues" is a jazz standard composed in by Duke Ellington and performed by countless other musicians, such as Dave Grusin, Django Reinhardt, Oscar Peterson, and Charles Mingus. Background. As the title suggests, the piece follows a twelve-bar blues form in the key of C major. The tune is well known for being extremely easy to play.
  4. 8CD long-box with 40 page illustrated booklet. Subtitled "Duke Ellington in the Forties". East St. Louis Toodle-Oo East St. Louis Toodle-Oo Ko Ko Blue Goose So Far, So Good Cotton Tail Concerto For Cootie Jack The Bear Boy Meets Horn The Sergeant Was Shy Never No La.
  5. World Championship Ballroom Dances Joe Loss And His Orchestra Dance Records Telemark S Cover Photo: Larry and Betty Silvers, managers of Philadelphia's Arthur Murray Studio, performing the Paso Doble. The Slivers have been U.S. Champions in Latin since , and in they won the U.S. Championship in both Latin and Modern.
  6. Whether you know this one as C-Jam Blues or Duke's Place, you sure will recognize all the great Ellington writing!Even the most inexperienced bands can do a fine performance on this jazz classic. The suggested solos are included in the parts for the entire section, so you can make it .
  7. Joe Jackson's Jumpin' Jive is the fourth studio album by Joe Jackson. Released in , it is a collection of covers of classic s swing and jump blues songs originally performed by musicians such as Louis Jordan and Cab Calloway, the latter of whom's song "Jumpin' Jive" was the eponym for this album.. The album and single were credited to Joe Jackson's Jumpin' Jive.
  8. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Best of Swing n' Jive: C Jam Blues - Various Artists on AllMusic - /
  9. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Joe Loss & His Orchestra - World Championship Dances at Discogs. Complete your Joe Loss & His Orchestra collection.5/5(1).

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