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You Know Baby - Mary Lou Williams - 1944

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  1. Vora says:
    Recorded at a time when Mary Lou Williams was performing regularly at Café Society downtown and sitting in at Minton's uptown, these two dozen tracks represent the heart of her artistic output as documented by Moses Asch on the record label bearing his own name. The opening piano solos are exceptionally fine and the Chosen Five sides are exquisitely rendered using a .
  2. JoJogal says:
    A few weeks later, Williams accompanied vocalist Nora Lee King as she sang a domestic blues embellished with scat syllables. Four tracks recorded on June 5, , were released by Mary Lou Williams & Her Orchestra. This was a slightly expanded, reconstituted septet now featuring tenor saxophonist Don Byas and trumpeter Dick folkmetal.morlugdabealoregravelredeemer.infoinfo: Melodie Jazz Classic.
  3. Mikamuro says:
    Mary Lou Williams discography and songs: Music profile for Mary Lou Williams, born 8 May Genres: Jazz, Bebop, Stride. Albums include Mary Lou Williams, Signs of the Zodiac, Volume One, and Freedom, Rhythm & Sound: Revolutionary Jazz & .
  4. Nikazahn says:
    Mary Lou Williams: the Asch recordings title_full: Mary Lou Williams [electronic resource]: the Asch recordings Williams, Mary Lou, title_short: Mary Lou Williams: title_sub: the Asch recordings topic_facet: Jazz Piano music (Jazz) CONNECT WITH US.
  5. Taulrajas says:
    This double set brings together thirty-five sides recorded by Mary Lou Williams for Moses Asch between and Twenty-eight of these songs were previously only released on 78 rpm, and this collection includes solo and trio performances, as well as .
  6. Gardagor says:
    Jan 19,  · This double set brings together thirty-five sides recorded by Mary Lou Williams for Moses Asch between and Twenty-eight of these songs were previously only released on 78 rpm, and this collection includes solo and trio performances, as well as small-group and big band recordings/5(4).
  7. Fegul says:
    Mary Lou Williams, First Lady of Piano with Edmund Hall, Don Byas, Coleman Hawkins, Bill Coleman, Kenny Dorham, Andy Kirk and his Clouds of Joy. Giants of Jazz, LPJT 20 (Milan, Italy) The Mary Lou Williams Trio, , Roll 'Em, March 7, Audiophile Records, AP-8 Mary Lou Williams, The Asch Recordings
  8. Misar says:
    member of: Mildred Bailey & Her Oxford Greys (This name used for a noted session in featuring Mary Lou Williams and an early mixed-race group) Jeanette's Synco Jazzers Andy Kirk and His Twelve Clouds of Joy Mary Lou and Her Chosen Five Mary Lou Williams and Her Kansas City Seven Mary Lou Williams Trio John Williams’ Synco Jazzers: supporting artists:Born: May 08,

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