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Alex Welsh And His Band, Humphrey Lyttelton, Beryl Bryden, George Chisholm, Lennie Felix, John Chilton - Wally Fawkes, Feetwarmers With Bruce Turner - The Melody Maker Tribute To Louis Armstrong download album

  • Performer: Alex Welsh And His Band
  • Title: The Melody Maker Tribute To Louis Armstrong
  • Genre: Jazz / Blues
  • Formats: WMA DXD AU AHX MIDI MP2 MP3
  • Released: 1974
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Alex Welsh And His Band, Humphrey Lyttelton, Beryl Bryden, George Chisholm, Lennie Felix, John Chilton - Wally Fawkes, Feetwarmers With Bruce Turner - The Melody Maker Tribute To Louis Armstrong download album

John Chilton, Wally Fawkes, The Chilton-Fawkes Feetwarmers With Bruce Turner. I Want A Big Butter And Egg Man. Alto Saxophone – Bruce TurnerBass – Steve FaggDrums – Chuck Smith (14)Piano – Colin ParnellSoprano Saxophone, Clarinet – Wally FawkesTrumpet – John ChiltonWritten-By – Armstrong, Venable. E1. –Alex Welsh And His Band.

At Eton, Lyttelton fagged for Lord Carrington and formed his love of jazz. He was inspired by the trumpeters Louis Armstrong (who subsequently referred to Lyttelton as "that cat in England who swings his ass off") and Nat Gonella. He taught himself the instrument, and formed a quartet at the school in 1936 that included the future journalist Ludovic Kennedy on drums. After leaving school, Lyttelton spent some time at the Port Talbot steel plate works in South Wales, an experience which led to him becoming what he termed a "romantic socialist". For several years during the postwar period at 100 Oxford Street his regular band included Wally Fawkes, the Christie brothers, Pat Hawes and Johnny Parker. From 1958, Lyttelton's favoured line up was an eight–piece band with three saxophones, (alto, tenor and baritone) although this was reduced to seven occasionally to save money.

Tribute To Louis Armstrong 1 - Fanfare For Louis, Introduction By Humphrey Lyttelton, Basin Street Blues and 20 more tracks from this album here for free. More albums by this artist. Tribute To Louis Armstrong 1. From: Alex Welsh. Count: 20. Views: 2. Tribute To Louis Armstrong 1 tracks. Introduction By Humphrey Lyttelton. Inroduction By Alex Welsh. Introduction By Beryl Bryden. Back Home Again In Indiana. Introduction By Alex Welsh. Way Yonder In New Orleans.

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For this LP (plus one in 1966), trumpeter Buck Clayton sits in with British trumpeter Humphrey Lyttelton's excellent sextet, and together, they perform high-quality small-group swing. The fresh repertoire (three underplayed standards, two blues, and five originals by either Clayton or Lyttelton), the excellent solos (including some from Tony Coe on tenor, and baritonist Joe Temperley), and their high spirits, overcome any minor technical deficiencies. Recommended to all straight-ahead jazz fans.

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Songs from Tribute To Louis Armstrong 1 by Alex Welsh, Beryl Bryden. Artists: Alex Welsh.

Вы выбрали: Alex WELSH featuring George Chisholm-Humphrey Lyttelton-Bruce Turner. AN EVENING WITH ALEX WELSH AND HIS FRIENDS, Recorded live at THE QUEEN ELIZABETH HALL LONDON, PART 1. England Black Lion Records 1972г. Конверт: Оригинальный, ламинированный (Printed by MacNeill Press Lt. 300мм. AN EVENING WITH ALEX WELSH AND HIS FRIENDS featuring George Chisholm - Humphrey Lyttelton - Bruce Turner, Recorded live at THE QUEEN ELIZABETH HALL LONDON, PART 1 < ALEX WELSH (trumpet, vocal) and his Band: ROY WILLIAMS (trombone), JOHNNY BARNES (clarinet, alto & baritone saxophones), JIM DOUGLAS (guitar), FRED HUNT (piano), HARVEY WESTON (bass), LENNIE HASTINGS (drums) with HUMPHREY LITTELTON (trumpet), CEORGE CHISHOLM (trombone), BRUCE TURNER (clarinet

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A1 Elgar Howarth And Stanley Woods Fanfare For Louis
Trumpet – Elgar Howarth, Stanley WoodsWritten-By – Malcolm Arnold
1:53
A2 Humphrey Lyttelton Introduction By Humphrey Lyttelton 1:43
A3 Alex Welsh And His Band* Basin Street Blues
Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Johnny BarnesBass – Harvey WestonDrums – Lennie HastingsGuitar – Jim DouglasPiano – Fred HuntTenor Saxophone, Clarinet – Al GayTrombone – Roy Williams Trumpet – Alex WelshWritten-By – Spencer Williams
8:45
A4 Alex Welsh Introduction By Alex Welsh 0:28
A5 Alex Welsh And His Band* Melancholy Blues
Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Johnny BarnesBass – Harvey WestonDrums – Lennie HastingsGuitar – Jim DouglasPiano – Fred HuntTenor Saxophone, Clarinet – Al GayTrombone – Roy Williams Trumpet – Alex WelshWritten-By – Bloom*, Melrose*
7:12
B1 Alex Welsh And His Band* Muskrat Ramble
Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Johnny BarnesBass – Harvey WestonDrums – Lennie HastingsGuitar – Jim DouglasPiano – Fred HuntTenor Saxophone, Clarinet – Al GayTrombone – Roy Williams Trumpet – Alex WelshWritten-By – Ory*
4:27
B2 Humphrey Lyttelton Introduction By Humphrey Lyttelton 0:40
B3 Alex Welsh And His Band* The Preacher
Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Johnny BarnesBass – Harvey WestonDrums – Lennie HastingsGuitar – Jim DouglasPiano – Fred HuntTenor Saxophone, Clarinet – Al GayTrombone – Roy Williams Trumpet – Alex WelshVocals, Washboard – Beryl BrydenWritten-By – Silver*
2:06
B4 Beryl Bryden Introduction By Beryl Bryden 0:26
B5 Alex Welsh And His Band* West End Blues
Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Johnny BarnesBass – Harvey WestonDrums – Lennie HastingsGuitar – Jim DouglasPiano – Fred HuntTenor Saxophone, Clarinet – Al GayTrombone – Roy Williams Trumpet – Alex WelshVocals, Washboard – Beryl BrydenWritten-By – Williams*, Oliver*
4:35
B6 Beryl Bryden Introduction By Beryl Bryden 0:43
B7 Alex Welsh And His Band* Doctor Jazz
Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Johnny BarnesBass – Harvey WestonDrums – Lennie HastingsGuitar – Jim DouglasPiano – Fred HuntTenor Saxophone, Clarinet – Al GayTrombone – Roy Williams Trumpet – Alex WelshVocals, Washboard – Beryl BrydenWritten-By – Oliver*, Melrose*
3:03
B8 Humphrey Lyttelton Introduction By Humphrey Lyttelton 1:28
Do You Know What (4:32)
B9 Lennie Felix, Harvey Weston, Lennie Hastings It Means To Miss New Orleans (Medley)
Bass – Harvey WestonDrums – Lennie HastingsPiano – Lennie FelixWritten-By – Alter*, De Lange*
B9 Lennie Felix, Harvey Weston, Lennie Hastings Memories Of You (Medley)
Bass – Harvey WestonDrums – Lennie HastingsPiano – Lennie FelixWritten-By – Blake*, Razaf*
B9 Lennie Felix, Harvey Weston, Lennie Hastings Mack The Knife (Medley)
Bass – Harvey WestonDrums – Lennie HastingsPiano – Lennie FelixWritten-By – Weill*, Brecht*, Blitzstein*
C1 Lennie Felix, Harvey Weston, Lennie Hastings Indiana
Bass – Harvey WestonDrums – Lennie HastingsPiano – Lennie FelixWritten-By – McDonald*, Hanley*
6:03
C2 Alex Welsh Introduction By Alex Welsh 0:24
C3 George Chisholm With Alex Welsh And His Band* Way Down Yonder In New Orleans
Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Johnny BarnesBass – Harvey WestonDrums – Lennie HastingsGuitar – Jim DouglasPiano – Fred HuntTenor Saxophone, Clarinet – Al GayTrombone – George ChisholmWritten-By – Creamer*, Layton*
3:10
C4 George Chisholm Introduction By George Chisholm 0:53
C5 George Chisholm With Alex Welsh And His Band* Stardust
Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Johnny BarnesBass – Harvey WestonDrums – Lennie HastingsGuitar – Jim DouglasPiano – Fred HuntTenor Saxophone, Clarinet – Al GayTrombone – George ChisholmWritten-By – Carmichael*, Parish*
6:02
C6 George Chisholm Introduction By George Chisholm 0:32
C7 George Chisholm With Alex Welsh And His Band* Tea For Two
Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Johnny BarnesBass – Harvey WestonDrums – Lennie HastingsGuitar – Jim DouglasPiano – Fred HuntTenor Saxophone, Clarinet – Al GayTrombone – George ChisholmWritten-By – Caesar*, Youmans*
5:23
D1 George Chisholm With Alex Welsh And His Band* Oh! Baby
Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Johnny BarnesBass – Harvey WestonDrums – Lennie HastingsGuitar – Jim DouglasPiano – Fred HuntTenor Saxophone, Clarinet – Al GayTrombone – George ChisholmWritten-By – Murphy*
4:28
D2 John Chilton, Wally Fawkes, The Chilton-Fawkes Feetwarmers* With Bruce Turner Willie The Weeper
Alto Saxophone – Bruce TurnerBass – Steve FaggDrums – Chuck Smith Piano – Colin ParnellSoprano Saxophone, Clarinet – Wally FawkesTrumpet – John ChiltonWritten-By – Rymal*, Bloom*, Melrose*
4:07
D3 John Chilton, Wally Fawkes, The Chilton-Fawkes Feetwarmers* With Bruce Turner 2.19 Blues
Alto Saxophone – Bruce TurnerBass – Steve FaggDrums – Chuck Smith Piano – Colin ParnellSoprano Saxophone, Clarinet – Wally FawkesTrumpet – John ChiltonWritten-By – Desdume*
5:30
D4 John Chilton Introduction By John Chilton 0:25
D5 John Chilton, Wally Fawkes, The Chilton-Fawkes Feetwarmers* With Bruce Turner I Want A Big Butter And Egg Man
Alto Saxophone – Bruce TurnerBass – Steve FaggDrums – Chuck Smith Piano – Colin ParnellSoprano Saxophone, Clarinet – Wally FawkesTrumpet – John ChiltonWritten-By – Armstrong*, Venable*
8:39
E1 Alex Welsh And His Band* Splanky
Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Johnny BarnesBass – Harvey WestonDrums – Lennie HastingsGuitar – Jim DouglasPiano – Fred HuntTenor Saxophone, Clarinet – Al GayTrombone – Roy Williams Trumpet – Alex WelshWritten-By – Hefti*
8:07
E2 Steve Race Introduction By Steve Race 1:40
E3 Alex Welsh And His Band* Struttin' With Some Barbecue
Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Johnny BarnesBass – Harvey WestonDrums – Lennie HastingsGuitar – Jim DouglasPiano – Fred HuntTenor Saxophone, Clarinet – Al GayTrombone – Roy Williams Trumpet – Alex Welsh, Humphrey LytteltonWritten-By – Raye*, Armstrong*
6:20
E4 Humphrey Lyttelton Introduction By Humphrey Lyttelton 2:05
E5 Humphrey Lyttelton, Fred Hunt, Harvey Weston, Lennie Hastings That's My Home
Bass – Harvey WestonDrums – Lennie HastingsPiano – Fred HuntTrumpet – Humphrey LytteltonWritten-By – Ellison*, René*, René*
4:08
F1 Humphrey Lyttelton Introduction By Humphrey Lyttlelton 0:42
F2 Alex Welsh And His Band* Wild Man Blues
Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Johnny BarnesBass – Harvey WestonDrums – Lennie HastingsGuitar – Jim DouglasPiano – Fred HuntTenor Saxophone, Clarinet – Al GayTrombone – Roy Williams Trumpet – Alex Welsh, Humphrey LytteltonWritten-By – Morton*, Armstrong*
3:34
F3 Humphrey Lyttelton Introduction By Humphrey Lyttelton 1:47
F4 Alex Welsh And His Band* I'm A Ding Dong Daddy
Alto Saxophone – Bruce TurnerAlto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Johnny BarnesBass – Harvey WestonDrums – Lennie HastingsGuitar – Jim DouglasPiano – Fred HuntTenor Saxophone, Clarinet – Al GayTrombone – George Chisholm, Roy Williams Trumpet – Alex Welsh, Humphrey LytteltonWashboard – Beryl BrydenWritten-By – Baxter*
9:28
F5 Alex Welsh And His Band* When It's Sleepy Time Down South
Alto Saxophone – Bruce TurnerAlto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Johnny BarnesBass – Harvey WestonDrums – Lennie HastingsGuitar – Jim DouglasPiano – Fred HuntTenor Saxophone, Clarinet – Al GayTrombone – George Chisholm, Roy Williams Trumpet – Alex Welsh, Humphrey LytteltonWashboard – Beryl BrydenWritten-By – Muse*, René*, René*
2:37

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Queen Elizabeth Hall
  • Published By – Lawrence Wright Music
  • Published By – Herman Darewski Music
  • Published By – Essex
  • Published By – B. Feldman
  • Published By – E. H. Morris
  • Published By – Arcadia Music
  • Published By – Lawrence Wright
  • Published By – Chappell & Co.
  • Published By – Tempo Music Inc.
  • Published By – Leeds Music
  • Published By – Francis, Day & Hunter

Credits

  • Liner Notes – Michael Webber
  • Producer – Alan Bates

Notes

Published in Hard-Laminated paper fiber Box.
Including pictured insert.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (1. Record, side A): ST 28777-3Z-1A
  • Matrix / Runout (1. Record, side B): ST 28777-3Z-1B
  • Matrix / Runout (2. Record, side C): ST 28777-3Z-2A
  • Matrix / Runout (2. Record, side D): ST 28777-3Z-2B
  • Matrix / Runout (3. Record, side E): ST 28777-3Z-3A
  • Matrix / Runout (3. Record, side F): ST 28777-3Z-3B
  • Rights Society: GEMA


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