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Gene Krupa And His Chicagoans - Chicago Style FLAC


Performer: Gene Krupa And His Chicagoans
Genre: Jazz
Title: Chicago Style
FLAC version ZIP size: 1318 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 2377 mb

Tracklist


Three Little Words
The Last Round Up
Jazz Me Blues
Blues Of Israel

Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
GEP8576, GEP 8576Gene Krupa And His Chicagoans Chicago Style ‎(7", EP)Parlophone, ParlophoneGEP8576, GEP 8576UKUnknown
GEP 8576Gene Krupa And His Chicagoans Chicago Style ‎(7", EP)Parlophone, OdeonGEP 8576NorwayUnknown
GEPO 8576Gene Krupa And His Chicagoans Chicago Style ‎(7", EP)ParlophoneGEPO 8576AustraliaUnknown

About Album


Gene Krupa And His Chicagoans: The Last Round-Up, The Last Round Up, Jazz Me Blues. Eugene Bertram Krupa January 15, 1909 October 16, 1973 was an American jazz drummer, band leader and composer known for his energetic style and showmanship. His drum solo on Sing, Sing, Sing 1937 elevated the role of the drummer from an accompanying line to an important solo voice in the band. In collaboration with the Slingerland drum and Zildjian cymbal manufacturers, he was a major force in defining the standard band drummer's kit. Krupa is considered the founding father of the modern. Listen to music from Gene Krupa And His Chicagoans like Blues Of Israel, The Last Round-Up & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Gene Krupa And His Chicagoans. Chicago Style from Gene Krupa 7inch. And other albums from Gene Krupa are available on sale at Recordsale. The scan of the offered item is from us, but may not describe the actual product. The condition of the product results from the information in the product description, especially the classification according to the Goldmine Grading. Chicago Style. items in stock. Gene Krupa & His Chicagoans - Blues of Israel. Featuring Israel Crosby on Bass. Label: Odeon-Swing-Music-Series rpm78. A 286082b Bb 1280. Приобретайте пластинки, компакт-диски и многое другое от Gene Krupa на маркетплейсе In This Album. Blues Of Israel - Gene Krupa And His Chicagoans. Three Little Words - Gene Krupa And His Chicagoans. Jazz Me Blues - Gene Krupa And His Chicagoans. The Last Round Up - Gene Krupa And His Chicagoans. Similar Artists. Boogie Blues. Artist: Gene Krupa and His Orchestra. Album: Jazz Explosion - The Greats Volume Eight, 2012. Gene Krupa & His Orchestra. These radio transcriptions from 1939 and 1943 feature Gene Krupa in big-band settings. The 1939 Show of the Week 12 tracks and 1943 sessions with Roy Eldridge and Charlie Ventura 12 total cuts, nine live from the Panther Room of the Hotel Sherman in Chicago display a muddy, at times scratchy sound that digital transfer did not improve. The best sound four tracks is from the 1939 session during the Young Man with a Band shows. The Last Round Up. Gene Krupa and his Chicagoans. In Between Swing & Bebop - American Jazz 1940s. Sweet Lorraine. Joe Venuti And His Blue Six. Jay Mcshann and His Orchestra. Jazz Me Blues. Kings Of Swing

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Gene Krupa And His Chicagoans: The Last Round-Up, The Last Round Up, Jazz Me Blues. Listen to music from Gene Krupa And His Chicagoans like Blues Of Israel, The Last Round-Up & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Gene Krupa And His Chicagoans. Learn more. Recent Listening Trend. Blues of Israel. Gene Krupa and his Chicagoans. Gems of Jazz, Vol. Composers: Gene Krupa. Three Little Words. Cover information about the songs on the release Jazz Me Blues by Gene Krupa & His Chicagoans: who covered the songs, who sang the Krupa, American jazz drummer who was perhaps the most popular percussionist of the swing era. In 1927, during a recording session with the McKenzie-Condon Chicagoans, Krupa became the first drummer to use a full kit on a recording, a significant technological accomplishment during a time when the pounding of a bass drum could easily dislocate the stylus on the recording equipment. Recordings from this session are regarded as the first aural example of authentic Chicago-style jazz. Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 1994 CD от 1935-1938 на Krupa & His Orchestra. These radio transcriptions from 1939 and 1943 feature Gene Krupa in big-band settings. The 1939 Show of the Week 12 tracks and 1943 sessions with Roy Eldridge and Charlie Ventura 12 total cuts, nine live from the Panther Room of the Hotel Sherman in Chicago display a muddy, at times scratchy sound that digital transfer did not improve. The best sound four tracks is from the 1939 session during the Young Man with a Band shows. Cover statistics for Gene Krupa and his Chicagoans: see which songs of other artists Gene Krupa. Gene Krupa made history with his first record. For a session in 1927 with the McKenzie-Condon Chicagoans, he became the first musician to use a full drum set on records. He was part of the Chicago jazz scene of the 1920s before moving to New York and worked in the studios during the early years of the Depression. In December 1934 he joined Benny Goodman's new orchestra and for the next three years he was an important part of Goodman's pacesetting big band. Krupa, whose use of the bass drum was never too subtle, starred with the Goodman Trio and Quartet, and his lengthy drum feature &. Born and began his career in Chicago. Phil Everly. Jan 19, 1939. Gene Krupa. Jan 15, 1909. Oct 16, 1973. John William Leonard, The Book of Chicagoans: A Biographical Dictionary of Leading Living Men and Women of the City of Chicago