Blues In The Night - Morris Lane - Tenor Saxsation

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  • May 05,  · After initially retitling it New Orleans Blues, the studio named it after its principal musical number, “Blues in the Night,” which had become a popular hit before the film was released. (See below.) Kazan agreed to give up his screenwriting credit and appeared as a clarinetist in the film.
  • Tenor Saxation, an album by Morris Lane on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  • Mar 01,  · Perhaps Morris Lane is best remembered today for his spell in the Lionel Hampton band in when he and Johnny Sparrow manned the tenor saxes. But before that, in September , Lane had taken part in a recording session for Savoy as part of a group called the Bebop Boys, who included Sonny Stitt, Fats Navarro, Bud Powell and Kenny Clarke.
  • (/Official) 16 tracks. Bear Family Records - Proud to be Independent - Die weltweit renommierteste Firma für Wiederveröffentlichungen - Country Music und Rock'n'Roll, Schlager der 50er und 60er Jahre, Beat, internationale Oldies, Chansons, Jazz, Kabarett & classical.chartgenie.netinfo: Lane, Morris.
  • The story of the life and career of the legendary rhythm and blues musician Ray Charles, from his humble beginnings in the South, short captures the spontaneity of a jam session and is one of few film records of black jazzers of the day including tenor sax legend Lester Young. George 'Red' Callender, Harry Edison, Marlowe Morris.
  • "Blues in the Night" is a train song that bridges the gap between blues and pop, between black and white musical traditions, between pop standards and jazz. Perhaps Margaret Whiting summed up the role of the train sounds in the song best when she said, "Trains are such a marvelous symbol.

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