Jay McShann And His Orchestra With Charlie Parker, Walter Brown, Al Hibbler, Paul Quinichette - Kansas City Memories download album
- Album: Kansas City Memories
- FLAC: 1618 mb | MP3: 1559 mb
- Released: 1954
- Style: Big Band, Swing
- Rating: 4.9/5
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Jay McShann (pn) And His Orchestra Harold Bruce, Orville Minor, Walter Brown, Art Farmer (tp) Joe Baird, Bob Gould, Lawerence Anderson, Al Morgan (tb) Charlie Parker, John Jackson, Rudolph Dennis (as) Ben Webster, Paul Quinichette, Harry Ferguson, Bob Mabane (ts) Leonard Enois, Tiny Webb, Herman Bell, Gene Griddins (gt) Walter Page, Gene.
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James Columbus "Jay" McShann (January 12, 1916 – December 7, 2006) was a jazz pianist and bandleader. He led bands in Kansas City, Missouri, that included Charlie Parker, Bernard Anderson, Ben Webster, and Walter Brown. McShann was born in Muskogee, Oklahoma, and was nicknamed Hootie. Musically, his education came from Earl Hines's late-night broadcasts from Chicago's Grand Terrace Cafe: "When 'Fatha' went off the air, I went to bed".
1954: Kansas City Memories, Jay McShann Orchestra, with Charlie Parker, Walter Brown, Al Hibbler and Paul Quinichette (Decca). 1957: Goin' to Kansas City Blues (RCA Victor) with Jimmy Witherspoon. 1969: Confessin' the Blues (Black and Blue). Goin' to Kansas City Blues is an album by vocalist Jimmy Witherspoon with pianist Jay McShann and His Band that was recorded in 1957 and released by the RCA Victor label. Kansas City Hustle is a solo album by pianist Jay McShann that was recorded in 1978 and first released by the Canadian Sackville label as an LP before being reissued on the compilation CD Solos & Duets. Last of the Whorehouse Piano Players (1980).
Jay McShann, James Columbus Jay McShann January 12, 1916 – December 7, 2006 was a jazz pianist and bandleader He led bands in Kansas City, Missouri, that i. 1954: Kansas City Memories, Jay McShann Orchestra, with Charlie Parker, Walter Brown, Al Hibbler and Paul Quinichette Decca. 1968: New York – 1208 Miles 1941–1943 Decca. 1992: The Missouri Connection Reservoir, with John Hicks.
The result is as complete a musical picture of Jay McShann's early piano style and his orchestra (at least how they sounded in the studios) as is possible. Altoist Charlie Parker has five influential if brief solos (best is "Sepian Bounce") and trumpeters Orville Minor and Buddy Anderson, altoist John Jackson, and Paul Quinichette on tenor also have their spots. However, McShann is clearly the main star of this definitive set by the last of the great Kansas City swing big bands.
Jay McShann was survived by his companion of more than 30 years, Thelma Adams (known as Marianne McShann), and three daughters – Linda McShann Gerber, Jayne McShann Lewis, and Pam McShann. 1954: Kansas City Memories – The Jay McShann Orchestra with Charlie Parker, Walter Brown, Al Hibbler and Paul Quinichette (DECCA).
McShann moved to Kansas City, Missouri, in 1936, and set up his own big band, which variously featured Charlie Parker (1937–42), Al Hibbler, Ben Webster, Paul Quinichette, Bernard Anderson, Gene Ramey, Jimmy Coe, Gus Johnson (1938–43), Harold "Doc" West, Earl Coleman, Walter Brown, and Jimmy Witherspoon, among others. His first recordings were all with Charlie Parker, the first as the Jay McShann Orchestra on August 9, 1940. The band played both swing and blues numbers but played blues on most of its records; its most popular recording was "Confessin' the Blues"
The result is as complete a musical picture of Jay McShann's early piano style and his orchestra (at least how they sounded in the studios) as is possible. Highly recommended Personnel: Jay McShann (piano), Walter Brown (vocals), Charlie Parker (alto saxophone), Buddy Anderson (trumpet), Al Hibbler.
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|A1||The Jumpin Blues
Alto Saxophone – Charlie ParkerVocals – Walter BrownWritten-By – Jay McShann
Vocals – Walter BrownWritten-By – Charles Parker*, Jay McShann
Written-By – Jay McShann, William Scott*
|B2||Confessin' The Blues
Vocals – Walter BrownWritten-By – Jay McShann, Walter Scott*
Written-By – Skipper Hall*, Jay McShann
Written-By – Jay McShann, William Scott*
|D1||Say Forward, I'll March
Tenor Saxophone – Paul QuinichetteWritten-By – Skipper Hall*, Jay McShann, Marie Ramey
|D2||Get Me On Your Mind
Vocals – Al HibblerWritten-By – Gus Johnson, John Tums