Mary Lou Williams - Mary Lou Williams & Orchestra and Meade Lux Lewis mp3 downloadPerformer: Mary Lou Williams
Title: Mary Lou Williams & Orchestra and Meade Lux Lewis
Style: Bop,Post-Bop,Stride,Swing,Jazz Instrument,Piano Jazz
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Mary Lou Williams - Mary Lou Williams & Orchestra and Meade Lux Lewis mp3 download
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This anthology pairs recordings from several 1944 sessions for Asch, including three separate dates by Mary Lou Williams and almost all of a solo piano date by Meade "Lux" Lewis. blue highlight denotes track pick.
Williams' career then took another turn in Kansas City, playing all the speak-easy clubs during the prohibition years.
Mary Lou Williams (born Mary Elfrieda Scruggs; May 8, 1910 – May 28, 1981) was an American jazz pianist, arranger, and composer. She wrote hundreds of compositions and arrangements and recorded more than one hundred records (in 78, 45, and LP versions).
Mary Lou Williams is perhaps jazz's greatest female musician. She taught herself piano by ear, worked in Vaudeville, and was a great stride pianist. On this album featuring Mead Lux Lewis, one of the great boogie woogie pianists who helped start the boogie woogie craze in the late '30s, you'll hear why Williams is still revered today. Includes liner notes by Charles Edward Smith. Mary lou williams: Mary Lou Williams & Orchestra: Mary Lou Williams (piano): Don Byas (tenor saxophone); Dick Vance (trumpet); Vic Dickenson (trombone); Claude Green (clarinet); Al Lucas (bass); Jack Parker (drums). Meade lux lewis: Solo performer: Meade Lux Lewis (piano). This anthology pairs recordings from several 1944 sessions for Asch, including three separate dates by Mary Lou Williams and almost all of a solo piano date by Meade "Lux" Lewis.
Black Christ Of The Andes (LP) Mary Lou Williams. Plays In London (CD) Mary Lou Williams. Collection 1927-59 (CD) Mary Lou Williams. Keyboard History (CD) Mary Lou Williams. At Rick's Cafe Americain (CD) Mary Lou Williams. 1953-1954 (CD) Mary Lou Williams. Mary Lou's Mass (CD) Mary Lou Williams. 1949-1951 (CD) Mary Lou Williams. Live At The Keystone Korner (CD) Mary Lou Williams. Solo Recital - Montreux Jazz Festival 1978 (CD) Mary Lou Williams. Zodiac Suite (CD) Mary Lou Williams.
Bass – Al Hall, Al Lucas Clarinet – Claude Greene Drums – Jack Parker Piano – Mary Lou Williams Tenor Saxophone – Coleman Hawkins, Don Byas Trombone – Vic Dickenson Trumpet – Bill Coleman, Dick Vance. Stinson Records – SLP 24 (US). Thanks to snobb for the addition.
Type: Album + Compilation + Live. Packaging: Jewel Case.
1. Lady Be Good - Mary Lou Williams & Orchestra. 2. Stardust - Mary Lou Williams & Orchestra. 3. Jgon Mili Jam Session - Mary Lou Williams & Orchestra. 4. Man O' Mine - Mary Lou Williams & Orchestra. 5. Carinoma - Mary Lou Williams & Orchestra. 6. Boogie Tidal - Meade Lux Lewis. 7. Glendale Glide - Meade Lux Lewis. 8. Randini's Boogie - Meade Lux Lewis. 9. Yancy's Pride - Meade Lux Lewis. 10. Depapa's's Parade - Meade Lux Lewis. 11. Lux's Boogie - Meade Lux Lewis.
|1||Oh, Lady Be Good George Gershwin / Ira Gershwin||Mary Lou Williams||3:49|
|2||Stardust Hoagy Carmichael / Mitchell Parish||Mary Lou Williams||7:14|
|3||Jgon Mili Jam Session Mary Lou Williams||Mary Lou Williams||3:17|
|4||Man O' Mine Mary Lou Williams||Mary Lou Williams||4:09|
|5||Carcinoma Mary Lou Williams||Mary Lou Williams||3:39|
|6||Boogie Tidal||Mary Lou Williams||2:32|
|7||Glendale Glide||Mary Lou Williams||2:14|
|8||Randini's Boogie||Mary Lou Williams||2:31|
|9||Yancy's Pride||Mary Lou Williams||2:16|
|10||Depapa's Parade||Mary Lou Williams||3:02|
|11||Lux's Boogie||Mary Lou Williams||2:29|
CreditsDon Byas - Guest Artist, Sax (Tenor)
Hoagy Carmichael - Composer
Vic Dickenson - Guest Artist, Trombone
George Gershwin - Composer
Ira Gershwin - Composer
Meade "Lux" Lewis - Primary Artist
Al Lucas - Bass
Mitchell Parish - Composer
Jack Parker - Drums
Charles Edward Smith - Liner Notes
Dick Vance - Trumpet
Mary Lou Williams - Composer, Piano, Primary Artist