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Countless Blues - Lester Young - Lester Leaps Again - Lester Young 1936-1944 (CD, Album)

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  1. Kagagami
    LESTER YOUNG SOLOGRAPHY Continued from LESTER YOUNG QUINTET NYC. Feb. , Jesse Drakes (tp), Lester Young (ts), Kenny Drew (p), Aaron Bell (b), Jo Jones (dm), unknown (vo). Large number of titles were recorded privately during a week-long engagement at the Savoy Ballroom. Below is presented the titles issued on the CD-series JazzUp-.
  2. Bajora
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  3. Gaktilar
    The German label, Past Perfect Silver Line, has issued two compilations of Lester Young recordings: this one, entitled Lester Leaps Again, includes recordings of Lester Young on tenor sax spanning the years , when he was largely associated with Count Basie's big band.5/5(1).
  4. Voodooramar
    4. Countless Blues 5. Them There Eyes 6. I Want A Litlle Girl 7. Pagin The Devil 8. Exactly Like You 9. Dickie S Dream Dickie S Dream Dickie S Dream Lester Leaps Again I´m Fer It Too Hello Babe Just You Just Me I Never Knew Afternoon Of A Basie Ite Sometimes I´m Happy After Theatre Jump Six Cats And.
  5. Tygonos
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Lester Swings Again on Discogs.
  6. Darg
    The sound quality of this CD is excellent throughout for music of this era. I think this CD is the perfect complement to Count Basie: The Complete Decca Recordings because you get some of the most important and famous Lester Young solos from the Columbia label without having to buy the Columbia Box set (America's No. 1 Band). Highly recommended/5(3).
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  8. Nizilkree
    Lester Young, American tenor saxophonist who emerged in the mids Kansas City, Mo., jazz world with the Count Basie band and introduced an approach to improvisation that provided much of the basis for modern jazz solo conception. Young’s tone was a striking departure from the accepted.
  9. Fenrisho
    Aug 19,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Lester Young - Lester Leaps In YouTube Lester Young - Greatest Hits (FULL ALBUM - BEST OF JAZZ) - Duration: Vintage JukeBox - Don't Stop The Music 71, views.

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