Dick Wellstood - And His Hot Potatoes Featuring Kenny Davern FLAC album
Dick Wellstood and Kenny Davern perform a hot stride piece "Fast as a Bastard" from their album "Dick Wellstood and his Famous Orchestra Featuring Kenny.
And His Hot Potatoes Featuring Kenny Davern (LP).
DICK WELLSTOOD is a swing, dixieland stride piano music artist. DICK WELLSTOOD: And His Hot Potatoes, Featuring Kenny Davern LP (woc) Jazz.
The first eight selections (from 1973) feature Wellstood with soprano saxophonist Kenny Davern in a set of stirring duets while the final nine songs have a trio comprised of Wellstood, Davern (sticking to clarinet), and drummer Bobby Rosengarden.
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Richard MacQueen "Dick" Wellstood (born November 25, 1927, Greenwich, Connecticut - died July 24, 1987, Palo Alto, California) was an American jazz pianist. He was, along with Ralph Sutton, one of the few stride pianists to arise in the 1940s during the rise of bebop.
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Dick Wellstood and His All-Star Orchestra Featuring Kenny Davern Plus The Blue Three. Stride Piano of Dick Wellstood.
Dick Wellstood: все альбомы, включая It's Late, Your Sky of Blue, From Dixie To Swing и другие. Remastered Version; feat. Kenny Burrell, Dave Francis, John Morrison & Dick Wellstood Dig! Dick Wellstood.
Kenny Davern (January 7, 1935 – December 12, 2006), born John Kenneth Davern, was an American jazz clarinetist. He was born in Huntington, Long Island to a family of mixed Jewish and Irish-Catholic ancestry.
|A1||Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gives To Me|
|A3||Shout 'Em Aunt Tillie|
|B1||In A Mello Roll|
|B3||That's Shakespeherian Rag|
- Bass – Franklin Skeete (tracks: A3), Gene Ramey
- Drums – Al McManus
- Piano – Dick Wellstood
- Soprano Saxophone – Kenny Davern
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If the function of the artist is, as Palinurus said it is, to create masterpieces, then I would never have bothered to conceive this album, for masterpiece I don't intend it to be.
It may not even be "good", for I don't really know what "good" is. I know only what I do. For music is something that people do, like painting or plumbing or cobbling or buttling, not something that is done to people, like spanking or air pollution or electronic "music".
Since the beginning of my professional career in 1945 the idea of what is good has been stood on its head a few times. "Stride piano", for instance, was scorned as old-hat in 1945 but worshipped as a unique art and as "roots" in 1972. The same pianists who were, in their hipness, playing block chords in 1948 or quoting Myra Hess' transcription of Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring on How High The Moon in 1953 were adding minor thirds and sevenths to every tonic triad ("funk") by 1960 and playing Jim Webb tunes in 1971. Al Part of the Dance of Death, and ideas of good or bad have really no part in it.
With age, as Braque has noted, art and life become one. This album is part of my life, music made with my friends.