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Stuff Smith's Trio - Perdido album download
The Chronological Classics: Stuff Smith 1944-1946 - Студийный альбом от Stuff Smith. В альбом вошло 22 треков.
Stuff Smith's jazz violin is solid! He is compared to Stephane Grapelli and Joe Venuti i. .Повторите попытку позже. Very cool! This recording is from a 3 record album set of 78 rpm records by ASCH RECORDS.
Artist: The Stuff Smith Trio. Album: Town Hall Jazz Concert Vol. 3, Town Hall Jazz Concert Vol. 3. Release year: 2013. Download The Stuff Smith Trio - Perdido. Town Hall Jazz Concert Vol. 3: Best 2 songs. The Bill Coleman Quartet - Star Dust 06:10.
Stuff Smith, violin - Billy Taylor, piano - Ted Sturgis, bass.
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Stuff Smith songs download, free online mp3 listen. Stuff Smith & His Onyx Club Boys, Stuff Smith And His Onyx Club Band - Twilight In Turkey. I Don't Want To Make History - Original (3/13/1936). album: Jivin' At The Onyx. Stuff Smith Trio - Desert Sands. album: Violon Jazz 1924-1944: Hollywood Chicago New York Londres Paris Bruxelles. album: Stuff And Steff. album: Stuff Smith/ Dizzy Gillespie/ Oscar Peterson. album: Cat on a Hot Fiddle.
Hezekiah Leroy Gordon Smith (August 14, 1909 – September 25, 1967), better known as Stuff Smith, was an American jazz violinist. He is well known for the song "If You're a Viper" (the original title was "You'se a Viper"). Smith was, along with Stéphane Grappelli, Michel Warlop, Svend Asmussen and Joe Venuti, one of jazz music's preeminent violinists of the swing era. He was born in Portsmouth, Ohio, in 1909 and studied violin with his father
Album · 2005 · 13 Songs. 13. How High the Moon. Jean-Luc Ponty, Stuff Smith & Stéphane Grappelli. Black Coffee - Single. Stéphane Grappelli & Joe Venuti.
Violinist Stuff Smith is heard in top form on this set of radio transcriptions from 1943, a time when a musicians strike kept Smith and others off records. Joined by pianist Jimmy Jones (who has plenty of solo space) and bassist John Levy, Smith performs ten songs and, in addition to the accepted versions, there are four alternate takes and three brief incomplete versions
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- Bass – John Levy
- Piano – Jimmy Jones
- Violin – Stuff Smith
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