タグ別アーカイブ: Charlie Barnet

大阪ジャズ同好会第35回例会概要(2)参加者持ち寄り「スイング時代のビッグバンド」①

February 14,2019

Photo by Pinterest Charlie Barnet, Tommy Dorsey, Benny Goodman , Louis Armstrong & Lionel Hampton in the 1948

2月例会「スイング時代のビッグバンド」については、2回に分け(前半は3人・計10曲)ご紹介させて頂きます。

・T村氏(レジュメに記載されたコメントは編集しておりません)
Here is Artie Shaw & His Orchestra play ”Begin The Beguine”.
John Best, Claude Bowen, Chuck Peterson (tp) George Arus, Ted Vesely (tb) Harry Rogers (tb,arr) Artie Shaw (cl,arr) Les Robinson, Hank Freeman (as,cl) Tony Pastor (ts,cl,vcl) ,Ronnie Perry (ts,cl) ,Les Burness (p) Al Avola (g,arr), Sid Weiss (b) Cliff Leeman (ds), Jerry Gray (arr) New York, July 24, 1938

「あまりにも有名な大ヒット曲」

 

当日ご持参されたCDを撮影

ご紹介されたThe Very Thought Of Youは上記CDの後半「BONUS PROGRAM (Rare Jazz Sides Of Kay Starr 1939 – 1947)」に収録されています。 こちら ▶️

「カリフォルニア州 Sacramentoの放送録音」

上記CDの音源は提供出来ませんので別の曲を添付します。

Here is Kay Starr with Charlie Barnet and His Orchestra from V-Disc 326.
Dec. 1944.

後年の映像(1950年代)も添付しました。

Here is Charlie Barnet & His Orchestra play ”Cherokee〜 Andy’s boogie〜 My Old Flame〜Skyliner〜Caravan”.

 

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Here is Gene Krupa Orchestra play “After You’ve Gone”.
Roy Eldridge (tp,vcl) Norman Murphy, Torg Halten, Graham Young (tp) John Grassi, Jay Kelliher, Babe Wagner (tb) Sam Musiker (cl,ts,arr) Clint Neagley, Mascagni “Musky” Ruffo (as) Walter Bates (ts) Bob Kitsis (p) Remo Biondi (g) Ovid “Biddy” Bastien (b) Gene Krupa (d) Howard Dulaney, Anita O’Day (vcl) Leroy Elton Hill, Jimmy Mundy, Fred Norman, Chappie Willett (arr)New York, June 5, 1941

「トランペットは、ロイ・エルドリッジ」

 

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Here is Count Basie and his Orchestra play ”Tickle-Toe”.

Count Basie and his Orchestra: Ed Lewis, Buck Clayton, Harry Edison, Al Killian (tp); Dicky Wells, Vic Dickenson, Dan Minor (tb); Earl Warren (as); Lester Young, Buddy Tate (ts); Jack Washington (bs,as); Count Basie (p); Freddie Green (g); Walter Page (b); Jo Jones (d) New York , March 19, 1940
「レスターヤングの名演」

 

Photo above of Charlie Christian and Benny Goodman by courtesy of Jazz Promo Service

Here is Benny Goodman Orchestra play ”Honeysuckle Rose”.
Ziggy Elman, Jimmy Maxwell, Johnny Martell (tp) Red Ballard, Vernon Brown, Ted Vesely (tb) Benny Goodman (cl) Toots Mondello, Buff Estes (as) Jerry Jerome, Bus Bassey (ts) Fletcher Henderson (p,arr) Charlie Christian (g) Artie Bernstein (b) Nick Fatool (d) Eddie Sauter (arr)New York, November 22, 1939
「ギターは、チャーリー・クリスチャン」

・H氏
「ベニーグッドマンのV-DiscにStan Getzの名前が載っています。そして、ウディ・ハーマン楽団でのStan Getzの名演を聴いて下さい」

Here is Benny Goodman And His Orchestra featuring Art Lund (vcl) play “It’s the talk of the town”.
Bernie Privin, Brody Schroff, Mannie Klein, John Best (tp) Lou McGarity, Hoyt Bohannon (tb) Benny Goodman (cl) Bill Shine, Gerald Sanfino (as) Stan Getz, Gish Gilbertson (ts) Danny Bank (bar) Mel Powell (p) Barney Spieler (b) Ralph Collier (d) Art Lund (vcl) Los Angeles, January 30, 1946

Photo by Pinterest Woody Herman’s band (top left to right), Stan Getz, Al Cohen, Herbie Stewart, Zoot Simms, and Serge Chaloff, the Royal Roost, New York, 1948

Here is Woody Herman And His Orchestra featuring Stan Getz play ”Summer Sequence Part 4”.
Stan Fishelson, Bernie Glow, Marky Markowitz, Ernie Royal (tp) Shorty Rogers (tp) Earl Swope (tb) Ollie Wilson (tp) Bob Swift (btb) Woody Herman (cl,as) Sam Marowitz (as) Herbie Steward (as,ts) Stan Getz, Zoot Sims (ts) Serge Chaloff (bars) Fred Otis (p) Gene Sargent (g) Walter Yoder (b) Don Lamond (d) Ralph Burns(arr) Hollywood, December 27, 1947

 

・K氏(次回の特集を担当されます)

「友人からお借りしたエリントンのCDから3曲」

Photo by courtesy of Ivie Anderson gallery from WordPress.com

Here is Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra play ”It Don’t Mean A Thing (If It Ain’t Got That Swing)”.
Ivie Anderson(vo) Duke Ellington(p,arr,dir) Arthur Whetsel, Freddy Jenkins, Cootie Williams(tp) Joe Nanton, Lawrence Brown(tb) Juan Tizol(v-tb) Johnny Hodges(cl,ss,as) Harry Carney(cl,as,bs) Barney Bigard(cl,ts) Fred Guy(bj) Wellman Braud(b) Sonny Greer(d) New York, February 2, 1932

ブログ作成者から二人の映像を添付しました。

Here is Ivie Anderson sings “I Got It Bad And That Ain’t Good”.

Here is Ivie Anderson sings ”Stormy Weather”.

Here is Bing Crosby with Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra play ”St. Louis Blues”.
Bing Crosby(vo),Duke Ellington(p,arr,dir) Arthur Whetsel, Freddy Jenkins, Cootie Williams(tp) Joe Nanton, Lawrence Brown(tb) Juan Tizol(v-tb) Johnny Hodges(cl,ss,as) Harry Carney(cl,as,bs) Barney Bigard(cl,ts) Fred Guy(bj) Wellman Braud(b) Sonny Greer(d) New York, February 11, 1932

Publicity still portrait of American jazz and pop singers The Mills Brothers, 1930. (Photo by John D. Kisch/Separate Cinema Archive/Getty Images)

Here is The Mills Brothers with Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra play ”Diga Diga Doo.”
Mills Brothers(vo),Duke Ellington(p,arr,dir) Arthur Whetsel, Freddy Jenkins, Cootie Williams(tp), Joe Nanton, Lawrence Brown(tb), Juan Tizol(v-tb),Johnny Hodges(cl,ss,as) Harry Carney(cl,as,bs) Barney Bigard(cl,ts),Otto Hardwicke(as,cl,bs), Fred Guy(bj), Wellman Braud(b), Sonny Greer(d)
New York, December 22, 1932

Chubby Jackson(2)

May 23,2017

(From left:) Dave Lambert, John Simmons, Chubby Jackson, George Handy, and Dizzy Gillespie, in William P. Gottlieb’s office, New York, c. July 1947

Chubby Jackson is remembered by many as Woody Herman’s bassist in the mid-1940s.

I will introduce his career until joining Woody Herman band.

From 1937 to 1941, he worked with many dance bands.

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He joined with bands of Mike Riley, Johnny Messner, Raymond Scott,Jan Savitt, Terry Shand, and Henry Busse.

In those days his performance style was named “Shuffle Rhythm”.

In 1941 he joined the Charlie Barnet Band.

Charlie Barnet began featuring Jackson’s rhythmic bass.

Chubby Jackson added fifth string made him sound sped-up.

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Chubby Jackson said;
“The fifth string bass became quite popular.
So it put out by the Kay Bass Company in Chicago.”

Please refer to this website about the fifth string bass. Go here

In 1943 he joined Woody Herman.

Today I will not post his performance in detail.

Also he turned talent scout for innovative new players.

He brought a number of forward-thinking musicians into the band — including Ralph Burns and Neal Hefti, who became its main arrangers.

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Woody Herman once said;’What an immense influence he had on us! And what enthusiasm! He used to get around to hear everything. He was always screaming about this musician and that musician.”

Chubby Jacksonは1940年代Woody Herman Bandのベーシストとして有名です。
簡単にWoody Herman Bandに入団するまでの楽歴を振り返ってみます。
1937年から1941年まで多くのダンスバンドで働いていました。
リーダーの名前だけを記載します。
『Mike Riley, Johnny Messner, Raymond Scott,Jan Savitt, Terry Shand, and Nenry Busse』
1941年、彼はCharlie Barnet Bandに加入しました。
Charlie Barnetはベースソロを大きくフューチャーした演奏を始めました。
Chubby Jacksonはベースソロが目立つようにベースに5番目の弦を付けた。
5弦ベースについては詳しいページをご覧下さい。こちらをクリックして下さい。

この楽器について彼は次のように語りました。
「5弦ベースは楽器としてかなり人気があったようだ。
シカゴのthe Kay Bass Companyは販売していたよ。」

1943年、Woody Herman bandに加入しました。
今日はWoody Herman楽団での演奏については省略させて頂きます。
演奏家以外の重要な働きとして、Ralph BurnsやNeal Hefti等の
先進的なプレーヤーを次々とスカウトすることに成功しました。

Woody Herman は次のように語りました。
「Chubbyの影響力!そして熱意!
あいつはあちらこちらで新しいミュージシャンを探していた。
そして、俺にこいつはものになるので採用しようといつも大声で
言っていた。」

Here is Woody Herman and the First Herd play “Apple Honey”.
Woody Herman (cl, as, dir): Sonny Berman, Charles Frankhauser, Ray Wetzel, Pete Candoli, Carl Warwick (tp), Ralph Pfeffner, Bill Harris, Ed Kiefer (tb) / Sam Marowitz, John LaPorta (as, cl),Flip Phillips, Pete Mondello (ts), Skippy DeSair (bar) / Marjorie Hyams (vib),Ralph Burns (p), Billy Bauer(g),Chubby Jackson (sb), Dave Tough (ds).New York, September 10, 1944

Here is V-Disc 648 Esquire All-American Jazz Concert
Side A: Woody Herman and his Orchestra.
Side B: “Chubby” Jackson, Ralph Burns, Woody Herman and Duke Ellington.

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