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Ziggy Elman, Virginia Maxey, Gene Krupa, Anita O'Day, John Kirkby, Maxine Sullivan, Teddy Powell - "Collectors' Items" - 1960 NAB Convention mp3 flac


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Ziggy Elman, Virginia Maxey, Gene Krupa, Anita O'Day, John Kirkby, Maxine Sullivan, Teddy Powell - "Collectors' Items" - 1960 NAB Convention. Performer: Ziggy Elman Genre: Jazz Album: "Collectors' Items" - 1960 NAB Convention Released: 1960 Style: Big Band, Swing.

Prestige "original"!? What's one number difference in an address? Into the vaults, LJC returns clutching what he thought was his most prized "original" Prestige LP, purchased a few years back from the now-disappeared Intoxica.

Tommy Flanagan: все альбомы, включая Milestones of Jazz Legends More Blue Notes: Louis Smith, Vol. 7, The Greatest Jazz Albums of 1956, Vol. 7, Lonely Town и другие.

Teddy Powell (born March 1, 1905 in Oakland, California, USA - November 17, 1993 in New York City, New York, USA) was an American jazz guitarist, composer and big band leader. Ziggy Elman, Virginia Maxey, Gene Krupa, Anita O'Day, John Kirkby, Maxine Sullivan, Teddy Powell - "Collectors' Items" - 1960 NAB Convention ‎(7", EP). Lang-Worth Feature Programs, Inc. LNY 45-4528/29.

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Ziggy Elman, Virginia Maxey, Gene Krupa, Anita O'Day, John Kirkby, Maxine Sullivan, Teddy Powell - "Collectors' Items" - 1960 NAB Convention ‎(7", EP).

Collectors' Items is a 1956 studio album by Miles Davis. There are two sessions collected on the album with largely different musicians. The first 1953 session is "Compulsion", "The Serpent's Tooth" (two takes) and "'Round About Midnight". The second 1956 session is "In Your Own Sweet Way", "Vierd Blues" and "No Line"

In December 1948 Davis quit, claiming he was not being paid. His departure began a period when he worked mainly as a freelancer and sideman. After returning from Paris in mid-1949, he became depressed and found little work, which included a short engagement with Powell in October and guest spots in New York City, Chicago, and Detroit until January 1950. He was falling behind in hotel rent and attempts were made to repossess his car. His heroin use became an expensive addiction, and Davis, yet to reach 24 years old, "lost my sense of discipline, lost my sense of control over my life, and started to drift.

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Tracklist

A1 Ziggy Elman, Virginia Maxey And The Angels Sing 3:15
A2 Gene Krupa, Anita O'Day Drum Boogie 2:55
B1 John Kirkby, Maxine Sullivan Loch Lomond 2:30
B2 Teddy Powell Jersey Bounce 3:40

Ziggy Elman, Virginia Maxey, Gene Krupa, Anita O'Day, John Kirkby, Maxine Sullivan, Teddy Powell - "Collectors' Items" - 1960 NAB Convention mp3 flac
Big Band, Swing
Performer: Ziggy Elman
Title: "Collectors' Items" - 1960 NAB Convention
Category: Jazz
Released: 1960
Rating: 4.8/5
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