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Shadowland Blues - Part 1 - Troy Floyd - 1928 - 29

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  1. B Dreamland Blues - Part II Solo 12 bars. (SM) SB has confirmed that he played this solo, earlier believed to be by Herschel Evans, who joined Troy Floyd in It is a surprisingly good performance for its time, based on technical command and musical ideas. Postscript: The above session has later been transferred to Herschel Evans due to.
  2. Herschel "Tex" Evans (9 March – 9 February ) was an American tenor saxophonist who worked in the Count Basie Orchestra. He also worked with Lionel Hampton and Buck Clayton. He is also known for starting his cousin Joe McQueen's interest in the rock.snowstaffbarmaktilar.infoinfo: March 9, , Denton, Texas, U.S.
  3. 5 results for Digital Music: "Troy Floyd & His Shadowland Orchestra". Skip to main search results.
  4. Jun 19,  · Beginning with his “How Long – How Long Blues”, Carr’s music steered the blues away from its rural roots toward a new and more urbane direction, followed by countless budding artists in his wake. Leroy Carr was born on March 27, in Nashville, Tennessee, but not long after wound up in Indianapolis to stay.
  5. On the first side of Vocalion , Pine Top Smith plays his famous “Pine Top’s Boogie Woogie”, take “A”, with his spoken instructions to dancers, recorded December 29, in Chicago, his first recording session. Just the sort of a performance that you’d hear at a s rent party.
  6. Shadowland Blues Part 1 (Troy Floyd And His Plaza Hotel Orchestra) () Shadowland Blues Part 2 (Troy Floyd And His Plaza Hotel Orchestra) () Pre-gap length Peak level % Track quality % Test CRC EB45CBC9 Copy CRC EB45CBC9 Track not present in AccurateRip database Copy OK.
  7. Troy Floyd and his Shadowland Orchestra discography. A history of Jazz before This site contains over songs from this era in Real Audio 3 format, as well as hundreds of biographies and discographies of Jazz musicians.
  8. Dec 25,  · Old Time Blues and I extend our warmest wishes for a Merry Christmas to all of our valued readers! I always try to put up a suitable selection for the holiday, though in some past years, I’ve let it fall by the wayside in the chaos of the season.

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