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Teddy Wilson - Meets Eiki Kitamura mp3 download

Performer: Teddy Wilson
Title: Meets Eiki Kitamura
Style: Swing,Jazz Instrument,Piano Jazz
Location: Tokyo, Japan
Duration: 36:04
Released: October, 1970
Date of recording: 1970
Size MP3 version: 1382 mb
Size FLAC version: 1745 mb
Size WMA version: 1729 mb
Rating: 4.3
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Genre: Jazz

Teddy Wilson - Meets Eiki Kitamura mp3 download


Musicians: ・Teddy Wilson (Piano) ・Eiji Kitamura (Clarinet) ・Ichiro Masuda (Vibraphone) ・Masanaga Harada (Bass) ・Buffalo Bill Robinson (Drums).

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Body And Soul 4:23 B4 After You've Gone 4:05 B5 Someday Sweetheart 3:13. Bass – Masanaga Harada Clarinet – Eiji Kitamura Drums – Buffalo Bill Robinson Piano – Teddy Wilson Vibraphone – Ichiro Masuda. Trio Records ‎– RSP-9015 (Japan). Recorded in Tokyo 1970. Thanks to snobb for the addition. Teddy Wilson Meets Eiji Kitamura Storyville (Den) 1994.

All the great songs and lyrics from the "Teddy Wilson Meets Eiji Kitamura" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource.

Personnel: Bass – Masanaga Harada; Clarinet – Eiji Kitamura; Drums – Buffalo Bill Robinson; Piano – Teddy Wilson; Vibraphone – Ichiro Masuda. For this session recorded in Japan, the masterful swing pianist Teddy Wilson is teamed up with one of Japan's top musicians, the swing clarinetist Eiji Kitamura. Kitamura mixes the influences of Benny Goodman and Buddy DeFranco on these ten swing standards. No real surprises occur on the LP, but the music, which also features vibraphonist Ichiro Masuda, can be enjoyed by swing fans.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 On the Sunny Side of the Street Dorothy Fields / Jimmy McHugh Teddy Wilson 4:14
2 Time on My Hands Harold Adamson / Mack Gordon / Vincent Youmans Teddy Wilson 3:38
3 I Can't Get Started Vernon Duke / Ira Gershwin Teddy Wilson 2:45
4 I've Found a New Baby Jack Palmer / Spencer Williams Teddy Wilson 3:15
5 Stars Fell on Alabama Mitchell Parish / Frank Perkins Teddy Wilson 3:43
6 Whispering Richard H. Coburn / Doris Fisher / Vincent Rose / John Schoenberger Teddy Wilson 2:57
7 Dream a Little Dream of Me Fabian André / Gus Kahn / Wilbur Schwandt Teddy Wilson 3:51
8 Body and Soul Frank Eyton / Johnny Green / Edward Heyman / Robert Sour Teddy Wilson 4:23
9 After You've Gone Henry Creamer / Turner Layton Teddy Wilson 4:05
10 Someday, Sweetheart Benjamin Franklin Spikes / John Spikes Teddy Wilson 3:13

Credits

Harold Adamson - Composer
Fabian André - Composer
Richard H. Coburn - Composer
Henry Creamer - Composer
Vernon Duke - Composer
Frank Eyton - Composer
Dorothy Fields - Composer
Doris Fisher - Composer
Ira Gershwin - Composer
Mack Gordon - Composer
Johnny Green - Composer
Masanaga Harada - Bass
Edward Heyman - Composer
Gus Kahn - Composer
Eiji Kitamura - Clarinet
Turner Layton - Composer
Ichiro Masuda - Vibraphone
Jimmy McHugh - Composer
Jack Palmer - Composer
Mitchell Parish - Composer
Frank Perkins - Composer
Vincent Rose - Composer
John Schoenberger - Composer
Wilbur Schwandt - Composer
Robert Sour - Composer
Benjamin Franklin Spikes - Composer
John Spikes - Composer
Okohiko Sugano - Engineer
Spencer Williams - Composer
Teddy Wilson - Piano, Primary Artist
Vincent Youmans - Composer