Various Artists - Women Who Swing Chicago flac album
Performer: Various Artists Title: Women Who Swing Chicago Style: Bop,Cabaret,Contemporary Jazz,Mainstream Jazz,Post-Bop,Standards,Vocal Jazz Duration: 58:46 Relesed: December 2, 1998 Rating: 4.2 Votes: 499 Other formats: VQF ADX AUD AIFF DMF VOC
Featured artists include Jackie Allen, Patricia Barber, Judy Roberts, Grazyna Auguscik, Spider Saloff, Audrey Morris, Joanie Pallatto, and Juli Wood, among others.
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Swing music, or simply swing, is a form of popular music developed in the United States that dominated in the 1930s and 1940s. The name swing came from the 'swing feel' where the emphasis is on the off–beat or weaker pulse in the music. The Chicago style released the soloist from the constraints of contrapuntal improvisation with other front-line instruments, lending greater freedom in creating melodic lines. Louis Armstrong used the additional freedom of the new format with 4/4 time, accenting the second and fourth beats and anticipating the main beats with lead-in notes in his solos to create a sense of rhythmic pulse that happened between the beats as well as on them, . . The music brought a revival in swing dancing. In 2001 Robbie Williams's album Swing When You're Winning consisted mainly of popular swing covers. The album sold more than 7 million copies worldwide.
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Harry Allen - Sax (Tenor) Jackie Allen - Performer, Primary Artist, Vocals Michael Arnopol - Bass Grazyna Auguscik - Composer, Performer, Primary Artist Patricia Barber - Performer, Piano, Primary Artist, Vocals Billy Bird - Composer Kelly Brand - Performer, Piano, Primary Artist Al Brandtner - Design Leslie Bricusse - Composer Dennis Carroll - Bass Miles Davis - Composer Geraldine DeHaas - Performer, Primary Artist Gene DePaul - Composer Bill Evans - Composer George Fludas - Drums Ron Friedman - Flugelhorn Jim Gailloreto - Sax (Tenor) George Gershwin - Composer Ira Gershwin - Composer Joan Hickey - Composer, Performer, Piano, Primary Artist Jeff Hill - Bass Larry Hinds - Producer Hinda Hoffman - Performer, Primary Artist Gene Lees - Composer Caroline Leigh - Composer Dennis Luxion - Arranger, Piano Henry Mancini - Composer Brian McDermott - Drums Teddy McRae - Composer Ryan Miller - Trombone Stewart Miller - Bass Eric Montzka - Drums Audrey Morris - Piano, Primary Artist, Vocals David Onderdonk - Guitar Joanie Pallatto - Performer, Primary Artist, Vocals Charlie Parker - Composer Marc PoKempner - Photography Judy Roberts - Performer, Piano, Primary Artist, Vocals Steve Rodby - Bass Marlene Rosenberg - Bass, Composer, Performer, Primary Artist Spider Saloff - Performer, Primary Artist, Vocals Wayne Shorter - Composer Kelly Sill - Bass Kate Smith - Production Assistant Mitch Straeffer - Bass Marshall Vente - Piano Paul Vornhagen - Flute, Saxophone Mark Walker - Drums Kurt Weill - Composer Paul Wertico - Percussion, Water Bottle John Whitfield - Vocals Henry J. Wood - Composer Julie Wood - Performer, Primary Artist, Sax (Tenor)
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