Complete Parisian Small Group Sessions 1956-1959 (4-CD Box Set). My Funny Valentine (Rodgers-Hart) 4:14. 0,65 € Album only In your cart. 02. Lullaby in Rhythm (on) 3:22. Emmett Berry on which Thompson does not appear. The earliest was recorded on February 21-22, 1956, with the latest dating from March 25, 1959. Thompson’s playing throughout is masterful and impressive. His ballad work is exquisite, sensitive and light-toned in the Lester Young mode or infused with Ben Websterish breathiness. On the more up-tempo pieces he swings mightily. Equally impressive is the quality of his appealing original compositions. Solo Piano: Unreleased 1966 Los angeles Session · Volume 1. Martial Solal.
4. Count Basie – Moten Swing. 5. Chick Webb – Spinnin’ The Webb Billy May & His Orchestra – For Dancers Only. 14. Duke Ellington – Jones. 15. Duke Ellington – Main Stem. 16. Lionel Hampton – Flying Home.
by Emmett Berry, Sammy Price and Sammy Price Orchestra. Listen with Unlimited. by Albert Ammons (piano) & Emmett Berry (trumpet) & Don Byas (saxophone) & Al Casey (guitar) & Vic Dickenson (trombon) & Edmond Hall (clarinet) & Jonah Jones (trumpet) & Billy Taylor (piano). by Emmett Berry, Sammy Price and Sammy Price Orchestra.
Sammy Price And His Friends In Europe. 1955 (aka Sammy Price In Concert) is a boogie woogie piano music album recording by SAMMY PRICE released in 1955 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. Bass – George "Pops" Foster Drums – Freddie Moore Piano – Sammy Price Trombone – George Stevenson Trumpet – Emmett Berry. Concert Hall, Guilde Internationale Du Disque – SJS 1236 (France). Released in US as "Sammy Price In Concert"(1956,Jazztone – J-1236). Thanks to snobb for the addition.
Swingin' the berrys - Emmett Berry, Sammy Price Orchestra. Boogie woogie à la parisienne - Emmett Berry, Sammy Price Orchestra. 4. Sammy plays the blues for mezz - Emmett Berry, Sammy Price Orchestra. The sheik of Araby - The Sammy Price Trio. Twelve o'clock blues - Emmett Berry, Sammy Price Orchestra.
2014 Original Album 1956. Have You Heard of Sammy Price, Vol. 1. Sammy Price. Guy Lafitte, Sammy Price, Pops Foster, Freddy Moore, Emmett Berry and His Orchestra. Mister New Orleans Blues, Goodbye Paris.
Samuel Blythe Price (October 6, 1908 – April 14, 1992) was an American jazz, boogie-woogie and jump blues pianist and bandleader. Price's is a less percussive pianist; his playing is dark, mellow, and relaxed, and he is a specialist at creating the appropriate mood and swing for blues and rhythm and blues recordings. Emmett Berry, t; Guy Lafitte, ts; Sammy Price, p; Pops Foster, b; Freddie Moore, d. 6 Jan 1956 & Sammy Price. Last played on. Jazz Record Requests.