Judy Durham With Frank Traynor's Jazz Preachers - Judy Durham FLAC album
Judith Durham & The frank traynor's jazz preachers Moan You Mourners 1963.
Список лучших композиций Judith Durham. Mary's Boy Child, Just a Closer Walk With Thee, Silent Night, Lullaby for Christmas Eve и др.
Durham left the group in mid-1968 to pursue her solo career. In 1993, Durham began to make sporadic recordings and performances with The Seekers, though she remains primarily a solo performer. On 1 July 2015, she was named Victorian of the Year for her services to music and a range of charities.
Judith Mavis Durham is an Australian singer and musician, best known as the lead vocalist for the Australian popular folk music group, The Seekers. She also began performing at the same club with Frank Traynor's Jazz Preachers, using her mother's maiden name. In 1963, she recorded her first EP, "Judy Durham with Frank Traynor's Jazz Preachers," for W&G Records.
The first, 'Judy Durham and Frank Traynor's Jazz Preachers' in 1963, it was a 4 song EP with Traynor's noted band, featuring Just a Closer Walk With Thee, Moan You Mourners, Papa De Da Da and Jelly Bean Blues. The Traynor recording of Just a Closer Walk With Thee later appeared on a mid-sixties Seekers compilation double lp called "Introducing the Seekers - Big Hits". Judith recorded two other songs with the Preachers, Muddy Water (which appeared on their album "Jazz From the Pulpit") and Trombone Frankie (an adapted version of Bessie Smith's Trombie Cholly). In early 1964, the Seekers set sail for England on the . Fairsky when Athol Guy arranged for them to provide the musical entertainment.
Frank Traynor's Jazz Preachers – Judy Durham with Frank Traynor's Jazz Preachers. Webb Brothers – Clancy of the Overflow LP. Louisa Wisseling – The Seekers. Original release with B&W image on album cover. A different colour photograph was used on a stereo release of this album. Dennis Gibbons - "The Drovers Dream" 1964. The Breakaways - "Bonaparte's Retreat"/"You're just in love".
Vocals – Judy Durham.
Judith durham ao. Early in life Judith believed her future would be as a pianist. She began using her mother’s maiden name, and at 19 she made her first record, an EP for W&G Judy Durham with Frank Traynor’s Jazz Preachers. Still singing regularly with various jazz bands nearly every other night, she then became a regular every Monday with The Seekers. On the advice of Australian entertainer Horrie Dargie, the group sent the album and TV footage ahead to a big theatrical agency, The Grade Organisation, and on their arrival in ‘swinging London’, agent Eddie Jarrett booked them extensively in clubs, TV, and variety theatre.
A1 "Moan You Mourners" (originally by Bessie Smith). A2 "Jelly Bean Blues". B1 "Just a Closer Walk With Thee". Ade Monsbourgh - Clarinet. Neil MacBeth - Drums. Graham Coyle - Piano. Ron Williamson -Sousaphone. Frank Trainer - Trombone. Roger Bell - Trumpet.
|A1||Moan You Mourners|
|A2||Jelly Bean Blues|
|B1||Just A Closer Walk With Thee|
|B2||Papa De Da-Da|
- Made By – W & G Distributing Co. Pty. Ltd.
- Published By – Woomera Music
- Published By – Allan's
- Banjo – Les Davis
- Clarinet – Ade Monsbourgh
- Drums – Neil MacBeth
- Engineer – L. Lindsay Morehouse
- Photography – Barry Kupsch
- Piano – Graham Coyle
- Sleeve Notes – Frank Traynor
- Sousaphone – Ron Williamson
- Trombone – Frank Traynor
- Trumpet – Roger Bell
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