Albert Nicholas ,With Art Hodes - Albert Nicholas With Art Hodes' All-Star Stompers download album
Albert Nicholas With Art Hodes' All Star Stompers by Albert Nicholas with Art Hodes' All Star Stompers.
He only recorded in the . again during a 1959 visit, which resulted in a pair of Delmark releases. This particular set matches Nicholas with pianist Art Hodes' band, which at the time included trumpeter Nappy Trottier, trombonist Floyd O'Brien and the then-unknown guitarist Marty Grosz. The music (seven Dixieland standards, "You Gotta See Your Mama Every Night," and "How Long Blues") is predictable but excellent, with some spirited moments and joyous ensembles. Nicholas is in typically prime form throughout.
Arthur W. Hodes (November 14, 1904 in Russian Empire – March 4, 1993 in Harvey, Illinois), known professionally as Art Hodes, was an American jazz pianist. Hodes was born in Ukraine. His family settled in Chicago, Illinois when he was a few months old. His career began in Chicago clubs, but he did not gain wider attention until moving to New York City in 1938. In that city he played with Sidney Bechet, Joe Marsala, and Mezz Mezzrow.
|A2||You Gotta See Your Mama Every Night|
|A3||Lulu's Back In Town|
|A4||How Long Blues|
|B1||Shimme Sha Wabble|
|B2||Creole Love Call|
|B3||That's A Plenty|
NotesUS pressing on violet / white Delmark label housed in a heavy cardboard sleeve.
Year of release not mentioned. Logically, it would be before 1964 in case this is the first US press.
Seven West Grand
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: DL 209 A
- Matrix / Runout: DL 209 B
- Barcode: none
|DL 209||Albert Nicholas ,With Art Hodes||Albert Nicholas ,With Art Hodes - Albert Nicholas With Art Hodes' All-Star Stompers (LP, Mono)||Delmark Records||DL 209||UK||1964|
|DL-209||Albert Nicholas With Art Hodes||Albert Nicholas With Art Hodes - Albert Nicholas With Art Hodes' All-Star Stompers (LP, Album, RE)||Delmark Records||DL-209||US||Unknown|