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  1. Ken Burns follows the growth and development of jazz music from the gritty streets of New Orleans to Chicago's south side, the speakeasies of Kansas city and to Times Square. Full film now streaming.

  2. 'Tain't What You Do - Jimmy Lunceford

  3. 30/10/2022 · When saxophonist Jimmie Lunceford signed to the Decca label in 1934 he was running one of the best orchestras in the US. He had signed a deal to appear at the Cotton Club (where bandleaders Duke Ellington and Cab Calloway had recently launched into stardom) and was frequently beating others in battles of the bands, all the while leading an outfit with an uncanny amount of precision and ...

  4. › wiki › Cotton_ClubCotton Club - Wikipedia

    Jimmie Lunceford's band replaced Calloway's in 1934. Ellington, Calloway, and Louis Armstrong returned to perform at the club in later years. Lena Horne (Leona Laviscount) began at the Cotton Club as a chorus girl at the age of sixteen, and sang "Sweeter than Sweet" with Calloway.

  5. July 12 – Jimmie Lunceford, African-American jazz saxophonist and bandleader, of cardiac arrest (b. 1902) July 15. Walter Donaldson, songwriter (b. 1893) Brandon Hurst, stage and screen actor (b. 1866) August 3 – Vic Willis, baseball player (Boston Braves) and member of MLB Hall of Fame (b. 1876)

  6. Pretendemos proseguir un trabajo desinteresado que en ningún momento tiene como propósito contribuir con la piratería discográfica. Las producciones que ofrecemos no han sido reeditadas; sin embargo si se poseen los derechos de propiedad y se ven vulnerados, agradecemos informar a través del email y se procederá a la eliminación de la entrada respectiva. ESTA PÁGINA ESTÁ DEDICADA A LA ...

  7. Jerry Fielding (born Joshua Itzhak Feldman; June 17, 1922 – February 17, 1980) was an American jazz musician, arranger, band leader, and film composer who emerged in the 1960s after a decade on the blacklist to create boldly diverse and evocative Oscar-nominated scores, primarily for gritty, often brutally savage, films in western and crime action genres, including the Sam Peckinpah movies ...