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Zutty Singleton - Drum Face: His Life & Music, Vol. 1 mp3 download

Performer: Zutty Singleton
Title: Drum Face: His Life & Music, Vol. 1
Size MP3 version: 1854 mb
Size FLAC version: 1839 mb
Size WMA version: 1891 mb
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Genre: Jazz

Zutty Singleton - Drum Face: His Life & Music, Vol. 1 mp3 download


A transcription of Zutty Singleton's 'Drum Face' - a 1920s, early 30s style drum solo, originally recorded in 1951.

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Drummer Zutty Singleton, having wandered out of the Mezz Mezzrow band, pounds raucously through "When the Saints Go Marching In, "Idaho" and "Drum Face," sounding like a voice speaking to us directly from the New Orleans of another century (which, of course, he is). Trombonist Dicky Wells' playing does nothing to dispel the impression that he was, as he himself admitted, "half-high and half-frozen" during his European sojourn. Coleman weaves in and out of this vaguely chaotic mise en scène, playing his lovely solos ("St James Infirmary," "Red Top," "Royal Garden Blues"), singing blues affably, joking with the audience in good French with an upbeat but cool composure to which a Zen monk could aspire. Proverbs of Sam by Jeff Stockton. The Complete Philips Recordings by Jeff Dayton-Johnson.

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Zutty Singleton - Primary Artist