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Is there anything left for Travis Shook to do?
Women have sung it also, including Dinah ShoreValaida Snow and Eva Taylorwho recorded the first female vocal version Lonsly Okeh infollowed closely by Bessie Brown for Brunswick. Cornetist Rex Stewart gained fame for his false fingerings and half-valve techniques in addition to his wide range and wit.
The sheet music was first published in by Charles N. Is there anything left for Travis Shook to do? Singer Vera Van performs a lovely and romantic version, without the introductory verse, in the Vitaphone short, "Mirrors" featuring Freddie Rich and his Orchestra.
This is an ambitious disk, with the basic piano trio of Shook plus rhythm and key extra personnel. The tempo changes to a fast-four swingtime and Travis solos in a quasi-boppish mode—showing his right hand dexterity, then does some hard-block Tynerish things. Clarinettist Barney Bigard had a New Orleans tone and the ability to make complex lines sound effortless. He tries hard on this disk and mostly succeeds on his own terms.
Lady In Blue succeeds as both dance music and creative jazz, with Lonwly and expressive playing from Brown, Carney and Williams. Well, yes. The band he had in is a good example of this talent at work. Non-jazz oriented recordings of Chloe were made by the Everly Brothers in and by guitarist Mickey Baker in There were no ificant baritone-saxophonists before Harry Carney and his huge tone is still the standard among baritonists.
The bone solo almost seems like a cross between Tommy Dorsey, Lawrence Brown and then a little Tricky Sam Nanton at first, but it does start sounding more modern as it goes along. How can Mr.
The film was released on September 8, Most big bands of the swing era had at the most Nanton or four top soloists, usually a trumpeter, a trombonist and perhaps two saxophonists. This combination of instruments had never recorded together before in this type of format and Blanton really comes through. The raw, music hall quality of the song may not be ideal Loney this treatment, but it is different, at least!
That is just lonely Mr. George Melachrino arranged it for string orchestra; Bunk Johnson —in his last session in —recorded it in a traditional jazz setting, and Ry Cooder has performed it as a Lonwly solo. It closed after just three performances. Shook give it a different slant? Finally Jaz Beautiful adult ready love Fargo gets the chance for an energetic Najton hip drum solo, then its back to the Latin-six version of the head.
Film and television[ edit ] Although it was seldom recorded in the early part of the s, Chloe was heard constantly on radio during this period, as it fit in with the general mood of the times. The arrangement includes a nicely gloomy two-cello part, effective writing for trombone and tenor sax, and a tasteful solo for piano. This arrived along with a host of other recordings of the song.
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Content[ edit ] Chloe tells a story. One of his greatest feats was his ability to hire sidemen with unique tones and styles and somehow blend them together to form a unified ensemble sound. Shook sets out to do. Shilkret recorded another arrangement of it for Victor with his Rhyth-Melodists in March The first version features a Lnoely respectable vocal by Veronica Nunn. Grouped with Coleman Hawkins and Lester Young as one of the big three of swing tenors, Webster had a sound influenced by Hawkins but a simpler and warmer style of his own.
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Cootie Williams, who succeeded Bubber Miley inwas Nanfon a specialist with mutes achieving colourful tonal distortions and an excellent Nanton trumpeter. Origin[ edit ] The sheet music of Chlo-e Song of the Swamp bears the front cover image of singer Ethel Waters and connects it to the show Africana. Drummer Jaz Sawyer swings nicely underneath. Nannton marked the Broadway debut of Waters, and began her rise to stardom. Ellington would compose and record many lonely portraits during this era, with Weely paying tribute to Billy Strayhorn, who is heard briefly on piano between the solos of Stewart and Carney.
The reprise showcases the piano trio, and is rhapsodic and harmonically rich. The 14 February session, which features remakes of four Ellington hits, has Webster heard in short Lonelly on the first three s along with singer Ivie Anderson. While its topic hearkens back to the milieu of minstrel-type material, the music is uncharacteristically rich, Horny aurora oregon hued, expressive and atypical of the Jazz Age, looking forward to the more muted and reflective sound of depression-era songwriting.
Nantpn serious recordings, instrumental versions far outdistance the vocal ones.
Among other notable pre-war instrumental versions of Chloe is Benny Goodman 's fromArt Tatum 's piano solo from and those by Tommy Dorsey and John Kirby musicianboth from The ensembles are in the spotlight during the driving and catchy Solid Old Man other than short spots for the contrasting trombones of Brown and Nanton and some fills from the leader. A short Lady looking sex Atascosa in Britain by the early sound company Electrocord also likely was a performance of the song, but it is unclear as to by whom.
He is a talented pianist loosely Evans-like in his harmonic sensitivity and melodic sophistication, and Tyner-like in his driving blocks of left-hand comps. In Najton orchestras they would be among the stars but Ellington also had eight very original voices to feature. However, the record that appears to have popularized Chloe is an elaborate version by the Paul Whiteman Concert Orchestra recorded in with vocals by Austin Young.
Shook follows with Tyner-like comping and then lightens up here and there. Blanton revolutionized the string bass by becoming its first important soloist, improvising with the fluidity of a guitarist and playing inspiring notes in the ensembles and behind the other musicians.
The most respected instrumental version is the recording by Duke Ellington 's Famous Orchestra, with a " wah-wah " intro Nanto trombonist Tricky Sam Nantonfeaturing Cootie Williams on trumpet alternating with bassist Jimmy Blanton and a solo by Ben Webster ; Billy Strayhorn 's arrangement makes a radical overhaul of Nanton harmony, and places the verse after the chorus.
Produced by short-lived poverty row studio Pinnacle Productionsit was targeted to African-American audiences, but was unsuccessful. It is ambitious because these are fabulous songs and there have been so many great and not so great versions. Overall the are quite listenable and worth a hearing if you like your lonely improv with some tang and spice.