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Vic Dickenson - Gentleman Of The Trombone Album

Performer:

Vic Dickenson

Title:

Gentleman Of The Trombone

Genre:

Jazz

MP3 album size:

1305 mb

Label:

Mahogany , Storyville

Rating:

4.6

Style:

Swing

Country:

France

Date of release:

1992

Catalog:

558 105, STCD 5008

Vic Dickenson - Gentleman Of The Trombone Album

Tracklist

1Sweet Sue, Just You4:53
2Shine4:58
3Too Marvelous For Words5:01
4Bye Bye Blackbird6:14
5Just Too Late4:14
6Nice And Easy Blues5:58
7Christopher Columbus5:23
8I Ain'tGot Nobody5:33
9S'Posin'7:55
10Love Letters In The Sand4:24
11More Rain More Rest2:56

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
558 105Vic Dickenson Gentleman Of The Trombone ‎(LP, Album)Mahogany 558 105FranceUnknown
STCD 5008Vic Dickenson Gentleman Of The Trombone ‎(CD, Album, RE)StoryvilleSTCD 5008Denmark2000
noneVic Dickenson Gentleman Of The Trombone ‎(11xFile, MP3, Album, RE, VBR)StoryvillenoneDenmarkUnknown
STCD 5008Vic Dickenson Gentleman Of The Trombone ‎(CD, Album)StoryvilleSTCD 5008Scandinavia1992

Credits

  • BassBill Pemberton
  • DrumsOliver Jackson
  • PianoJohnny Guarnieri
  • Trombone, VocalsVic Dickenson

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 717101 500826

Album

Gentleman of the Trombone - Vic Dickenson. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Victor Dickenson August 6, 1906 November 16, 1984 was an American jazz trombonist. His career began in the 1920s and continued through musical partnerships with Count Basie 194041, Sidney Bechet 1941, and Earl Hines. Born in Xenia, Ohio, United States, 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. He made his recording debut. Vic Dickenson was one of the great trombone stylists whose relaxed sound, slurred notes, and impeccable feel invested every solo with a unique warmth never duplicated by anyone else. While he was often recorded as a sideman, he was rarely captured as a leader. This mid-'70s studio session, recorded late in his career, features a mature Dickenson leading a sympathetic rhythm section of pianist Johnny Guarnieri, bassist Bill Pemberton, and drummer Oliver Jackson. The real treasure is the chance to hear the trombonist playing tunes with which he was comfortable and improvising at length. Listen free to Vic Dickenson Gentleman of the Trombone Too Marvelous for Words, Nice And Easy Blues and more. 11 tracks 58:32. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Vic Dickenson. Songs in album Vic Dickenson - Trombone Cholly 1972. Vic Dickenson - T'ain't Nobody's Business If I Do. Vic Dickenson - Long Old Road. Vic Dickenson - Trombone Cholly. Vic Dickenson - On Revival A Rhythmic Spiritual. Vic Dickenson - Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out. Vic Dickenson - Send Me To The 'lectric Chair. Gentleman Of The Trombone is a swing music album recording by VIC DICKENSON released in 1975 on CD, LPVinyl andor cassette. Gentleman of the Trombone. Jazz 1975. Roy Eldridge, Vic Dickenson, Teddy Wilson, Freddie Green, Gene Ramey & Jo Jones. Century Plaza feat. Bob Wilber, Vic Dickenson, Eddie Hubble, Ralph Sutton, Gus Johnson Jr & Billy Butterfield. BostonNew YorkAxis Phil & Vic feat. Vic Dickenson & Butch Miles. Jazz, Vol. 2 feat. Vic Dickenson & Gene Sedric. Slidin' Swing. Russian Lullaby. Odetta and the Blues feat. Buck Clayton, Vic Dickenson, Herb Hall, Dick Wellstood, Ahmed Abdul-Malik & Shep Shepherd. Unfortunately, the station stopped broadcasting. Perhaps, this is a temporary station problem. You can leave your e-mail and we will let you know when the broadcast of the station will be online again: Or listen to the other Of The Trombone. Vic Dickenson Format: Audio CD. Please retry. There was an album from the late fifties, on Verve, with Lester Young, Roy Eldridge, Teddy Wilson, and Vic that stands out as a masterpiece of small group swing. Vic's playing was exquisite. His playing on this recording, some fifteen years or so later, has lost none of it's charm or character. This guy was one of the best and will always be fondly remembered by those who heard him play. Gentleman of the Trombone is one to keep

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