Georges Arvanitas - Orgue Hammond download album
Pianist Georges Arvanitas knew how to blend all styles of piano jazz thanks to his contact with several American jazzmen passing through France (Mezz Mezzrow, Bill Coleman, Don Byas, Buck Clayton, James Mood. Having become a pillar of the French jazz scene after the war, he performed in mythical Parisian clubs such as Tabou, Club Saint-Germain and the Blue Note before starting to release records under his own name.
Orgue Hammond is a cool jazz music album recording by GEORGES ARVANITAS released in 1986 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. D2 Stranger In Paradise D3 Blues For Joe D4 Mack The Knife. Bass – Jacky Samson Drums – Charles Saudrais Guitar – Jean-Claude Olivier Organ – Georges Arvanitas. Carrere – 66452 (France). Thanks to snobb for the addition. GEORGES ARVANITAS TRIO-Orgue hammond IMPORT FROM ORIGINAL LABEL.
Band: Georges Arvanitas.
Georges Arvanitas (June 13, 1931 – September 25, 2005) was a French jazz pianist and organist. He was born in Marseille, a child of Arvanite Greek immigrants from Constantinople. At the age of four he began studying piano and initially trained as a classical pianist, switching to jazz some time in his teens. His influences included Bud Powell and Bill Evans. In the late 1950s, he featured on albums by Art Farmer and Louis Hayes, and played with Dexter Gordon and Johnny Griffin.
Tracklist: 1. Moanin' 2. Cry Me A River 3. Misty 4. How Insensitive 5. Bluesette 6. The Man I Love 7. Trois Trois Deux Blues 8. Triste 9. Lyon's Blues 10.
|Cry Me A River|
|The Man I Love|
|Trois Trois Deux Blues|
|The Girl From Ipanema|
|Stranger In Paradise|
|Blues For Joe|
|Mack The Knife|
|66452||Georges Arvanitas||Orgue Hammond (2xLP)||Carrere||66452||France||1986|
|96.452||Georges Arvanitas||Orgue Hammond (CD, Album)||Carrere||96.452||France||1987|