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Various Artists - The Greatest Jazz, Blues, and Ragtime of the Century flac album

Various Artists - The Greatest Jazz, Blues, and Ragtime of the Century flac album

Performer: Various Artists
Title: The Greatest Jazz, Blues, and Ragtime of the Century
Style: Keyboard,Early Jazz,Ragtime,Boogie-Woogie,Stride,Jazz Instrument,Piano Jazz
Duration: 43:57
Relesed: 1991
Recording date: August, 1916 - June, 1989
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 508
Other formats: DTS VOC MP3 RA AUD DMF

Solo 8: Classic Jazz. Live at the 1990 Floatin. illie "The Lion" Smith. Minnesota Wonder 88's. The Roots of Ragtime. Mary Lou William. odiac Suite.

Various Artists 16-10-2006. Total duration:44 min. 01. Squeeze Me. Fats Waller. The Greatest Jazz, Blues, and Ragtime Of The Century. 02. I'm Crazy 'Bout My Baby. 03. Ivy. J. Russell Robinson, James P. Johnson. 09. Charleston Rag. Eubie Blake. 10. Maple Leaf Rag. Scott Joplin.

Criteria: Artists are judged by the influence of their music, by their artistic skills and inspiration, by the greatness of the music that they helped create, and the contributions that they made to that music. Jazz has had the broadest perspective of all genre's in music since it's first note to the present day. It is for that reason that this list is presented in the same manner, with respect to all the myriad forms & interpretations of Jazz that exist today.

The Greatest Jazz Concert in the World is a 1967 live album featuring Duke Ellington and his orchestra, Ella Fitzgerald, Oscar Peterson, T-Bone Walker, Coleman Hawkins, Clark Terry and Zoot Sims. It was released in 1975. Billy Strayhorn's "Blood Count" was debuted at the Carnegie Hall concert featured on the album. This was Strayhorn's last composition, he died a few months after the piece was recorded. This album marked the last recorded collaboration between Fitzgerald and Ellington and his orchestra.

This list of the top jazz blues bands in the world includes all musicians who have released recordings that have gotten distribution, and is an up-to-date list. Jazz blues groups and artists are shown below along with any additional genres in which their music belongs.

6. Too Late - King Oliver. 7. Bleeding-Hearted Blues - James P. 8. Waitin' For Katie - Benny Goodman. 9. One Hour - Coleman Hawkins. One warning: this should be called "Victor Records' Greatest Jazz Hits of the Late 1920s. It's fairly selective. Given that, it's a wonderful sampler-2 classic Fats Waller piano tracks, Coleman Hawkins' great 1929 version of "One Hour," some very young Benny Goodman. What you hear on this CD is the solo-oriented jazz that fell between Dixieland and swing. No record company-or single CD, for that matter-captures that perfectly, but this one does a pretty good job for the money.

Jazz was developed in the late 19th century and early 20th century as American and European classical music was mixed with African and slave folk songs. As one of the most well respected American art forms, jazz has shaped the music industry spawning both the careers of various musical geniuses, and an abundance of elemental new music genres. Jazz was developed in the late 19th century and early 20th century as American and European classical music was mixed with African and slave folk songs. These songs were played to a syncopated rhythm, and from this emerged ragtime, then Dixieland and subsequently Big Band, what many consider to be the beginning of modern jazz.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Squeeze Me Fats Waller / Clarence Williams Fats Waller 3:23
2 I'm Crazy 'Bout My Baby (And My Baby's Crazy 'Bout Me) Alex Hill / Fats Waller Fats Waller 2:55
3 Ivy Hoagy Carmichael James P. Johnson / J. Russel Robinson 3:15
4 Charleston (South Carolina) James P. Johnson / Cecil Mack James P. Johnson 2:37
5 Daddy Blues Clarence Jones Clarence Jones 4:31
6 Doggone Blues Clarence Jones Clarence Jones 3:42
7 Fast Stuff Blues Jimmy Blythe Jimmy Blythe 2:30
8 Alley Rat Blues Jimmy Blythe Jimmy Blythe 2:43
9 Charleston Rag Eubie Blake Eubie Blake 2:57
10 Maple Leaf Rag Scott Joplin Scott Joplin 2:59
11 Gin Mill Blues Lem Fowler Lem Fowler 3:51
12 Fowler's Hot Strut Lem Fowler Lem Fowler 3:44
13 King Porter Stomp Jelly Roll Morton Jelly Roll Morton 2:36
14 Bucksnort Stomp Trebor Tichenor Trebor Tichenor 2:17

Credits

Eubie Blake - Composer, Performer, Piano Rolls, Primary Artist
Jimmy Blythe - Composer, Performer, Piano Rolls, Primary Artist
Alan Caplin - Design
Arnold S. Caplin - Producer
Hoagy Carmichael - Composer
Lem Fowler - Composer, Performer, Piano Rolls, Primary Artist
Alex Hill - Composer
James P. Johnson - Composer, Performer, Piano Rolls, Primary Artist
Clarence Jones - Composer, Performer, Piano Rolls, Primary Artist
Scott Joplin - Composer, Performer, Piano Rolls, Primary Artist
Cecil Mack - Composer
Mike Montgomery - Liner Notes, Piano Rolls
Jelly Roll Morton - Composer, Performer, Piano Rolls, Primary Artist
Toby Mountain - Digital Engineer, Engineer
J. Russel Robinson - Primary Artist
Trebor Tichenor - Composer, Performer, Piano Rolls, Primary Artist
Fats Waller - Composer, Performer, Piano, Primary Artist
WhoMadeWho - Piano Rolls
Clarence Williams - Composer
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