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Joe Thomas , Hot Lips Page, Charlie Shavers, Buddy DeFranco, Slam Stewart, Sidney Catlett, Dave Tough - Tootin' Through the Roof; Volume 1 album mp3

Joe Thomas , Hot Lips Page, Charlie Shavers, Buddy DeFranco, Slam Stewart, Sidney Catlett, Dave Tough - Tootin' Through the Roof; Volume 1 album mp3
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Joe Thomas (4), Hot Lips Page, Charlie Shavers, Buddy DeFranco, Slam Stewart, Sidney Catlett, Dave Tough - Tootin' Through the Roof; Volume 1 ‎(LP). Onyx Records (3). ORI 209, ONYX 209.

Joe Thomas (4), Hot Lips Page, Charlie Shavers, Buddy DeFranco, Slam Stewart, Sidney Catlett, Dave Tough - Tootin' Through the Roof; Volume 1 ‎(LP).

Hot Lips Page (born January 27, 1908, Dallas, Texas, USA - died November 5, 1954, New York City, New York, USA) was an American jazz trumpeter and bandleader from the swing-era. He started with the dance-band "Eddie and Sugar Lou" based in Tyler, Texas in 1926, and then played with Pardee's Footwarmers, Walter Page's Blue Devils, Bennie Moten's Kansas City Orchestra and Count Basie's Reno Club orchestra. Joe Thomas (4), Hot Lips Page, Charlie Shavers, Buddy DeFranco, Slam Stewart, Sidney Catlett, Dave Tough - Tootin' Through the Roof; Volume 1 ‎(LP).

Hot Lips Page, trumpet, vocals; Earl Warren, alto sax; Dave Matthews, tenor sax; Hank Jones, piano; Slam Stewart, bass; Sid Catlett, drums. NYC, September 7, 1945. Happy Medium (as Catlett-Clysm). Melrose 1402; Dial LP 213; Onyx ORI 209. MR110-A. Tempo Jazz Men, Dizzy Gillespie Jazzmen.

Oran Thaddeus "Hot Lips" Page (January 27, 1908 – November 5, 1954) was an American jazz trumpeter, singer, and bandleader. He was known as a scorching soloist and powerful vocalist. Page was a member of Walter Page's Blue Devils, Artie Shaw's Orchestra and Count Basie's Orchestra, and he worked with Ma Rainey, Bessie Smith and Ida Cox. He was one of the five musicians who opened Birdland with Charlie Parker in 1949.

Tracklist

A1 When You're Smiling 3:02
A2 Love Walked In 2:56
A3 You Were Meant For Me 3:14
A4 East of the Sun 3:09
A5 Love You Funny Thing 2:50
A6 Bloodhound (take 1) 3:23
A7 Bloodhound (take 2) 2:49
A8 You Come In Here, Woman 3:25
B1 I've Got The World On A String 2:47
B2 Happy Medium 3:08
B3 Serenade To A Pair Of Nylons 3:30
B4 Broadjump 3:07
B5 She's Funny That Way 3:38
B6 Dizzy's Dilemma 2:56
B7 If I Had You 3:24
B8 Musicomania 2:39

Notes

Original 1944-46 recordings.