Art Hodes - Chicago Rhythm Kings mp3 downloadPerformer: Art Hodes
Title: Chicago Rhythm Kings
Location: New York, NY
Date of recording: May, 1940 - August 17, 1940
Size MP3 version: 1496 mb
Size FLAC version: 1101 mb
Size WMA version: 1213 mb
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Art Hodes - Chicago Rhythm Kings mp3 download
Chicago Rhythm Kings.
This group features Art Hodes-piano, Marty Marsala-trumpet, Rod Cless-clari. Опубликовано: 25 окт. 2017 г. SUGAR by Art Hodes Chicago Rhythm Kings, recorded in New York on August 17, 1940.
This group features Art Hodes-piano, Marty Marsala-trumpet, . .This group features Art Hodes-piano, Marty Marsala-trumpet, Rod Cless-clarinet, Jack Goss-guitar, and Earl Murphy-bass. Liberace 12th Street Rag from the 50's.
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Chicago Rhythm Kings.
Arthur W. Hodes (November 14, 1904 in Russian Empire – March 4, 1993 in Harvey, Illinois), known professionally as Art Hodes, was an American jazz pianist. Hodes was born in Ukraine. His family settled in Chicago, Illinois when he was a few months old. His career began in Chicago clubs, but he did not gain wider attention until moving to New York City in 1938. In that city he played with Sidney Bechet, Joe Marsala, and Mezz Mezzrow.
ART HODES is a jazz related blues, original new orleans jazz dixieland music artist. Later Hodes founded his own band in the 1940s and it would be associated with his home town of Chicago. He and his band played mostly in that area for the next forty years. In the late 1960's Hodes stared in a series of TV shows on Chicago style jazz called "Jazz Alley". Here he appeared with greats like Pee Wee Russell and Jimmy McPartland. He also wrote for jazz magazines like Jazz Record.
Performer: Art Hodes Blue Three; Rod Cless; Art Hodes; Jimmie Butts Writer: New Orleans Rhythm Kings. Digitized at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer this record. They are . mil truncated eliptical, . mil truncated conical, . mil truncated conical. These were recorded flat and then also equalized with Turnover: 40., Rolloff: -1. have been copied to have the more friendly filenames. Matrix number: 1602 Catalog number: J-101.
|1||Diga Diga Doo Dorothy Fields / Jimmy McHugh||Art Hodes feat: Art Hodes' Blue Three|
|2||Tin Roof Blues||Art Hodes feat: Art Hodes' Blue Three|
|3||Four or Five Times Byron Gay / Marco H. Hellman||Art Hodes feat: Art Hodes' Blue Three|
|4||I've Found a New Baby||Art Hodes feat: Art Hodes' Blue Three|
|5||Song of the Wanderer||Art Hodes feat: Art Hodes' Chicago Rhythm Kings|
|6||There'll Be Some Changes Made Billy Higgins / W. Benton Overstreet||Art Hodes feat: Art Hodes' Chicago Rhythm Kings|
|7||Sugar Edna Alexander / Sidney Mitchell / Maceo Pinkard||Art Hodes|
|8||Randolph Street Rag||Art Hodes feat: Art Hodes' Chicago Rhythm Kings|
CreditsEdna Alexander - Composer
Jimmy Butts - Bass
Rod Cless - Clarinet
Dorothy Fields - Composer
Byron Gay - Composer
Jack Goss - Guitar
Marco H. Hellman - Composer
Billy Higgins - Composer
Art Hodes - Piano, Primary Artist
Art Hodes' Blue Three - Performer, Primary Artist
Art Hodes' Chicago Rhythm Kings - Performer, Primary Artist
Marty Marsala - Trumpet
Jimmy McHugh - Composer
Sidney Mitchell - Composer
Earl Murphy - Bass
W. Benton Overstreet - Composer
Maceo Pinkard - Composer