Dick Hyman & Ruby Braff - Fats Wallers Heavenly Jive

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  1. If only Fats Waller were still around to hear this loving tribute, he would truly be moved Here Dick Hyman pays tribute to possibly the greatest stride pianist that ever lived Thomas "Fats" Waller, Hyman never copies Fats' style, Hyman makes the music his own, yet Fats' presents is definately here on this highly enjoyable session/5(9).
  2. Throughout a busy musical career that got underway in the early '50s, Dick Hyman has functioned as pianist, organist, arranger, music director, and composer. His versatility in all of these areas has resulted in film scores, orchestral compositions, concert appearances and well over albums recorded under his own name. While developing a masterful facility for .
  3. Fats Waller made some recordings on the pipe organ in the s and a few later jazz musicians have also recorded on the pipe organ (including Keith Jarrett’s, Hymns /Spheres, recorded in a Benedictine Abbey in Germany, and Dick Hyman’s, Fats Waller’s Heavenly Jive, with Ruby Braff on cornet – not recorded in a Benedictine Abbey! Both.
  4. Find Dick Hyman credit information on AllMusic. A virtuoso of jazz piano with a versatile career that's seen him recreate styles from classic jazz to stride to pre-bop swing and beyond.
  5. Dick Hyman and Ken Peplowski and Adrian Cunningham, Fred Hersch And Friends Play The Music Of Lerner And Loewe Taylor, among many others, have presented their unique takes on the Lerner & Loewe catalogue – all the way through Dick Hyman and Ruby Braff’s collection in Thirty years later, in that same grand tradition, these two new.
  6. Find Ruby Braff credit information on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases Ruby Braff / Dick Hyman: Primary Artist, Trumpet, Cornet Fats Waller's Heavenly Jive: Ruby Braff: Primary Artist, Cornet: Them There Eyes: Ruby Braff: Primary Artist, Composer.
  7. Dick Hyman covered Try a Little Tenderness, (Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay, Tell Mama, Soul Man and other songs. Dick Hyman originally did (Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay, Tell Mama, Soul Man, Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out and other songs. Dick Hyman wrote Improvisation in Fourths, The Moog and Me and Ya folkmetal.kimurodugorethorgalen.infoinfo: Mar 08,
  8. Cornet – Ruby Braff Engineer – Fred Miller Photography By – Rollo Phlecks/5(3).
  9. I haven’t found any reference to this interview in the thoroughly researched and high regarded Fats Waller bible, Laurie Wright’s Fats In Fact (Storyville Publications, ), but it is mentioned and partially reproduced in Maurice Waller’s biography of his father (co-authored with Anthony Calabrese), called simply Fats Waller (Schirmer.

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