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Jay And Johnnie Conversation - Jay McShann - Goin To Kansas City (CD, Album)

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  1. Arajar says:
    The CD reissue omitted two tracks from Two Pianos Vol. II, "I'll Catch The Sun" which was a solo feature for Jay McShann and "Ain't Misbehavin'" which Ralph Sutton played solo. Another CD of recordings by the same group with the same title was released by Chiaroscuro on CD as Last of the Whorehouse Piano Players.
  2. Sasho says:
    Jay McShann. K likes. James Columbus "Jay" McShann was a jazz pianist and bandleader. He led bands in Kansas City, Missouri, that included Charlie.
  3. Nezshura says:
    James Columbus "Jay" McShann was a jazz pianist and bandleader. He led bands in Kansas City, Missouri, that included Charlie Parker, Bernard Anderson, Ben We.
  4. Tukree says:
    Jay McShann was an American Grammy Award-nominated jump blues, mainstream jazz, and swing bandleader, pianist and singer.
  5. Goltijin says:
    Dec 09,  · Jay McShann, a jazz pianist known for his hard-driving, bluesy style but probably best known for giving Charlie Parker his first big break, died Thursday in Kansas City, Mo.
  6. Kigat says:
    Count Basie, Joe Turner, Jay McShann, and others played together in at the Mutual Musicians Foundation in Kansas City. This was documented in a film entitled "The Last Of The Blue Devils". The filmographies for all involved should be updated to include this important work.
  7. Mikashura says:
    Dec 11,  · McShann, a major figure on the Kansas City music scene, was the first major bandleader to employ the saxophonist, whose solo passages on McShann's early s recordings helped spread the .
  8. Akisar says:
    Goin to Kansas City is McShanns third album for Stony Plain, and his most varied. The 19 tracks (including an interview with label head and producer Holger Petersen and a conversation with fellow pianist Johnnie Johnson) cover a wide range of songs and musical lineups.5/5(3).
  9. Fek says:
    B.B. KING with Jay McShann - Chicago Kool Jazz Festival. + views. YouTube ∙

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