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Sidney Bechet - Sidney Bechet (1924-1938) album download

Sidney Bechet - Sidney Bechet (1924-1938) album download

Sidney Bechet
Sidney Bechet (1924-1938)
Dixieland,Early Jazz,New Orleans Jazz
1924 - 1938
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A compendium of Bechet sides with the Blue Five, Red Onion Jazz Babies, Noble Sissle & His International Orchestra and Noble Sissle's Swingsters, provides good coverage of the clarinetist in differing musical formats (especially on sarrusophone on "Mandy, Make Up Your Mind!").

Sidney bechet - 1924-1938. Boxset, Compilation · 1992. Filed under Classic (1920s) Jazz By SIDNEY BECHET.

1924-1938 - Студийный альбом от Sidney Bechet. В альбом вошло 16 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 48:39. Sidney Bechet and His New Orleans Feetwarmers. I've Found a New Baby.

Sidney Bechet (May 14, 1897 – May 14, 1959) was an American jazz saxophonist, clarinetist, and composer. Missing lyrics by Sidney Bechet? Know any other songs by Sidney Bechet?

1924-1943 (Sidney Bechet album). Spanning 20 years of performances. From: Bechet, Sidney - 1924-1943 in Encyclopedia of Popular Music . Subjects: Music. Related content in Oxford Reference. Bechet, Sidney - 1924-1943. in Encyclopedia of Popular Music (4) Length: 204 words. Sidney Bechet (1897-1959).

Sidney Bechet, whose solos are believed to be the first jazz solos recorded, is widely considered to be the most important figure in the evolution of the jazz solo, along with Louis Armstrong. A musical genius, he blew away audiences and musicians alike during the 1920s. Though he fronted strong ensembles, Bechet was almost always the main show; he could spin solo lines that stayed at a stunningly creative level. His style was so perfect that he didn't need to adopt any of Bop's vocabulary - nobody ever sounded like him. While his name doesn't trip off most Americans' tongues the way Armstrong's does, Bechet remains a beloved icon to the French public, where he was treated like a king until his death in 1959. Every musical library should contain at least one Sidney Bechet album.