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Vic Dickenson - The Essential Vic Dickenson album mp3

Vic Dickenson - The Essential Vic Dickenson album mp3
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Album:
The Essential Vic Dickenson
Style:
Dixieland
Released:
1977
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1974 mb
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1485 mb
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1832 mb
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Complete your Vic Dickenson collection. a really nice release recorded in 1953/54. More Swing than Dixieland, however it's the clarinet that give this jazz recording that dixie feeling. The trombone doesn't really stick out.

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This single CD reissues ten of the dozen songs originally on a double LP of the same name. Trombonist Vic Dickenson did not get to lead that many sessions, and he is generous in allocating solo space on these mainstream sessions

Vic (Victor) Dickenson (August 6, 1906 – November 16, 1984) was an African-American jazz trombonist. Dickenson's career started out in the 1920s and led him through musical partnerships with such legends as Count Basie (1940–41), Sidney Bechet (1941) and Earl Hines.

Victor Dickenson (August 6, 1906 – November 16, 1984) was an African-American jazz trombonist. His career began in the 1920s and continued through musical partnerships with Count Basie (1940–41), Sidney Bechet (1941), and Earl Hines. Born in Xenia, Ohio, in 1906, Dickenson wanted to be a plasterer like his father, but he abandoned the idea after injuring himself by falling off a ladder. He studied organ from 1922, then changed to performing trombone with local bands

Vic Dickenson: The Essential. Your browser does not support the audio element. Keeping Out of Mischief Now. I Cover the Waterfront.

Vic Dickenson - trombone Edmond Hall - clarinet Ruby Braff ( Shad Collins ( - trumpet Steve Jordan - guitar Sir Charles Thompson - piano Walter Page - bass Les Erskine ( Jo Jones ( - drums.

Although Dickenson is the nominal "leader," playing time is divided evenly among the key soloists: trombonist Dickenson; trumpeter Ruby Braff; clarinetist Edmond Hall, and pianist Sir Charles Thompson. Each brings a unique, easily recognizable voice to the group. Braff, the youngest member at 26, combines a rich, plummy tone with prodigious technical skill. He doesn't play on three of the ten tracks. To discover the roots of Braff's playing, listen to the groundbreaking 1926 Louis Armstrong Hot Five and Hot Seven disc in "Getting Into Jazz

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