David Ostwald's Gully Low Jazz Band - Blues In Our Heart FLAC album
February 2009, The University of Scranton Performance Music presents David Ostwald's Gully Low Jazz Band performing "Struttin' with Some Barbecue" with.
Hot jazz caught live! The Louis Armstrong Centennial Band: Jon-Erik Kellso (t); Jim Fryer (tb, voc); Anat Cohen (cl); Ehud Asherie (p); David Ostwald (tuba.
David Post - jazz singer, has a masters of music degree in conducting. He studied jazz with Bobby McFerrin, Dave Holland, Kenny Wheeler, Ray Brown, Phil Mattson, Ward Swingle, Don Shelton, John Stowell and George Russell. His compositions have been played by Grammy-award winning artists.
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Artist: Climax Blues Band Album: Broke Heart Blues Genre: Blues Rock Label: Angel Air Records Released: 2015 Quality: FLAC (image+. cue) Tracklist: 01. Blue Monday (4:14) 02. Cruel (3:31) 03. Gossip Is Gold (5:02) 04. Miss You So (4:10) 05. The Rubicon (4:25) 06. Lonely Avenue (4:05) 07. Gotta Get It Right (3:15) 08.
The blues has always played a central role in jazz music from the very beginning and is without a doubt one of the most important forms in jazz. It’s important for every jazz musician to know a good handful of blues heads, and even variations on the typical 12 bar form. The blues has so much to teach us about jazz harmony. The other great thing about the blues in a jazz context, is there are many variations of the chord progressions. You’ll find that different blues heads sometimes have different changes. There are many different blues heads that have become popular among jazz musicians over the years, but this is a great list to help you get started!
It was recorded by the Original Dixieland Jass Band on February 26, 1917, and, with the A side "Dixieland Jass Band One-Step" or "Dixie Jass Band One-Step" (a tune later better known as "Original Dixieland One-Step"), became widely acknowledged as the first jazz recording commercially released
|2||When Day Is Gone|
|3||Don't Forget To Mess Around|
|4||Lover, Come Back To Me|
|8||'Tain't So, Honey, 'Tain't So|
|9||Blues In My Heart|
|10||New Orleans Stomp|
|14||Diga Diga Doo|
- Banjo, Guitar – Howard Alden
- Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Ken Peplowski
- Drums – Herlin Riley
- Piano – Mark Shane
- Producer – George Avakian
- Trombone, Vocals – Wycliffe Gordon
- Trumpet – Randy Sandke
- Tuba, Leader – David Ostwald
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- Barcode: 645347005129
- Rights Society: GEMA
|NH 5012||David Ostwald's Gully Low Jazz Band||Blues In Our Heart (CD, Ltd, S/Edition)||Nagel Heyer Records||NH 5012||Germany||2007|