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James Dapogny - How Could We Be Blue? mp3 download

Performer: James Dapogny
Title: How Could We Be Blue?
Style: Early Jazz
Released: 1988
Date of recording: February 20, 1988 - February 21, 1988
Size MP3 version: 1899 mb
Size FLAC version: 1504 mb
Size WMA version: 1497 mb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 803
Format: ASF TTA AHX MIDI ADX AUD
Genre: Jazz

James Dapogny - How Could We Be Blue? mp3 download


Arthur Hamilton, Ray Heindorf, David Buttolph & Matty Matlock) - Mike Karoub (cello), James Dapogny (pno), Rod McDonald (gtr) & Gwen MacPhee (bass).

james dapogny's chicago jazz band, james dapogny James Dapogny born September 3, 1940, Berwyn, Illinois is an American jazz musicologist, pianist and bandleader, active principally in the traditional jazz revival scene. Dapogny has led an ensemble called the Chicago Jazz Band since 1975, which has played with Sippie Wallace and the Chenille Sisters and made appearances often on the Prairie Home Companion He holds a PhD in composition, and has taught at the University of Michigan since 1966. Chicago Jazz Band Jazzology, 1982. How Could We Be Blue Stomp Off, 1988. The Way We Feel Today Stomp Off, 1988. Laughing at Life Discovery, 1992.

James Dapogny in an undated photograph. He applied his vast knowledge of music to transcribing early jazz works, notably the music of Jelly Roll Morton, widely regarded as the first great jazz composer. James Dapogny, a jazz pianist, bandleader and musicologist who was instrumental in solidifying Jelly Roll Morton’s place in the jazz pantheon, died on March 6 in Ann Arbor, Mich. Just as important, he said, Jim could swing in performance, with a quiet demeanor and deadpan humor, in person, in recordings and on stage. Morton was only one of Professor Dapogny’s interests.

JamesDapogny ( b. September 3, 1940, Berwyn, Illinois ) is an American jazz musicologist, pianist and bandleader, active principally in the traditional jazz revival scene. The Piano Music of J. R. Morton " ( Smithsonian Records, 1976 ) " Back Home in Illinois " ( Jazzology Records, 1982 ) " Chicago Jazz Band " ( Jazzology, 1982 ) " How Could We Be Blue ?"

James Dapogny (born September 3, 1940, Berwyn, Illinois) is an American jazz musicologist, pianist and bandleader, active principally in the traditional jazz revival scene. Dapogny has led an ensemble called the Chicago Jazz Band since 1975, which has played with Sippie Wallace and the Chenille Sisters and made appearances often on the Prairie Home Companion. He holds a P. in composition, and has taught at the University of Michigan since 1966. Dapogny has written extensively about Jelly Roll Morton, including liner notes for the release of his Library of Congress recordings. How Could We Be Blue? (Stomp Off, 1988). The Way We Feel Today (Stomp Off, 1988).

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Blue is the debut studio album by British DJ Jonas Blue. It was released on 9 November 2018, via Positiva and Virgin EMI. The album consists of most of Blue's previous released singles including "Rise" with American duo Jack & Jack, "Polaroid" with English musician Liam Payne and double platinum-certified single "Fast Car" alongside seven new original tracks such as "Wherever You Go" and "Come Through"

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Credits

James Dapogny - Piano, Primary Artist