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Complete your Tyree Glenn collection. By And By When The Morning Comes. Stomping At The Savoy.
GLENN MILLER ORCHESTRA Directed by Buddy DeFranco Recorded Live in the Royal Festival Hall London, England, 1971 Side One: Moonlight Serenade, In The Mood.
Album · 1960 · 4 Songs. Tyree Glenn, Hank Jones, Shorty Baker, Milt Hinton, Jo Jones & Mary Osborn.
Evan Tyree Glenn (April 11, 1912, Corsicana, Texas - May 18, 1974, Englewood, New Jersey) was an American trombone player. Tyree played trombone and vibraphone with local Texas bands before moving in the early 1930s to Washington, . where he performed with several prominent bands of the Swing Era. He played with Bob Young (1930), then he joined Tommy Myles's band (1934-1936). At the "London House" in Chicago.
1961 – Tyree Glenn at the London House. 1961 – Oscar Peterson, The Sound of the Trio. 1961 - The Many Faces of Dorothy Donegan. 1961 - Henry Red Allen Quartet Live at the London House Chicago. 1962 – Charlie Shavers Live at the London House. 1963 – Coleman Hawkins at the London House. 1966 – The Three Sounds - Today's Sounds. 1969 – The Soulful Strings - Back By Demand, In Concert George Shearing and his group often played. 1969 – The Soulful Strings - Back By Demand, In Concert. Other albums recorded there include Gin and Orange by Brother Jack McDuff and Barbara Carroll "Live" Her Piano and Trio by Barbara Carroll
Tyree Glenn - The Hour Of Parking. Download MP3. Tyree Glenn.
TYREE GLENN is a swing music artist. Tyree Glenn, who had the unusual double of trombone and vibes, was an important asset at various times to both Duke Ellington and Louis Armstrong. Glenn started out working in territory bands in Virginia, then moved to the West Coast, playing with groups headed by Charlie Echols (1936) and Eddie Barefield.
Tyree Glenn, born William Tyree Glenn (November 23, 1912, Corsicana, Texas – May 18, 1974, Englewood, New Jersey), was an American trombone player. He played with Bob Young (1930), then he joined Tommy Myles's band (1934–36). After he left Myles, he moved to the West Coast, playing with groups headed by Charlie Echols (1936). 1958: Tyree Glenn's at the London House. 1959: Try A Little Tenderness – Tyree Glenn with Strings. 1960: Let’s Have a Ball – The Tyree Glenn Quintet. 1961: At the London House in Chicago. 1962: Trombone Artistry. With Louis Bellson and Gene Krupa. The Mighty Two (Roulette, 1963). All the Cats Join In (Columbia 1956).
Small Gathering Day Driving Introspection Late Night Relaxation Romantic Evening. Tyree Glenn, Hank Jones. Quintet/Sextet Complete Recordings. Although pianist Hank Jones gets first billing on this two-disc set from Lone Hill Jazz, it actually contains three complete Tyree Glenn-led sessions that were originally released on LP by Roulette Records as At the Embers, At the Roundtable and At the London House in 1957, 1958 and 1961. Featuring Glenn on trombone and vibraphone running through swing and bop standards backed by a world-class rhythm section of Jones, Milt Hinton and Jo Jones, Quintet/Sextet Complete Recordings makes a fine introduction to an often over-looked and completely professional jazz player.
|By And By When The Morning Comes||2:35|
|On The Alamo||2:47|
|Stomping At The Savoy||4:31|
|Some Other Spring||3:07|
|Mack The Knife||3:11|
|'Til There Was You||2:42|
|Learn To Croon||2:18|
|SR-25138, R 25138||Tyree Glenn||Tyree Glenn At The London House In Chicago (LP)||Roulette, Roulette||SR-25138, R 25138||US||1961|
|LDM. 30200||Jo Jones||Jo Jones And Guest Stars (LP)||Roulette||LDM. 30200||France||1973|
|R 25138||Tyree Glenn||Tyree Glenn At The London House In Chicago (LP)||Roulette||R 25138||US||Unknown|