Trumpet Discussion Discuss Trumpet Recordings (no specific genre) in the General forums; Satchmo plays Handy? Never heard of that one, where can I find it? Thxs.
Its an album that was put ...
Satchmo plays Handy? Never heard of that one, where can I find it? Thxs.
Its an album that was put out sometime in the fifties, there have been two cd reissues one in the eighties and one in the nineties, apparently the one from the eighties had different bonus tracks, I found the more recent reissue at Virgin Records in Boston, the bonus tracks include an interview with Handy talking about Louis and a funny story Louis tells about an encounter with an alligator, I hate buying cds cause i've got a cd burner and alot of friends with good music, but this one wasn't too expensive and there's plenty of music on it, the quality of the tunes was also pretty much assured as the composer and performer are well... you know, i don't feel like taking the time to do them justice with words that won't do the job, in any case the album is great, you should pick it up if you can.
excuse the length, brevity is often elusive
I will thank you. I also checked out some Serkgesi stuff one of y'all posted. The kid is 14 and plays like that? Amazing CD.. called No Limits.
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Doc Severinsen- Trumpet Spectacular (w/Cincinatti Pops)
Arturo Sandoval- Trumpet Evolution
Harry James- The Very Best of...
Bill Chase- 'nough said
Wynton Marsalis-Haydn/Hummel Concertos
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He's in is mid-late 20s now. He was (I think) 21-22 when he did the No Limits CD, but still amazing stuff!
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5 top recordings
Toot Suite - Maurice Andre/Claude Bolling/every album really
Bill Chase - 1st Album
Maynard Ferguson - MF Horn 2
Maynard Ferguson - The Ballad Style
Doc Severisen - Rhapsody For Now & Then
All brilliant in their own particular way!
Louis Armstrong - The Complete Recordings of the Hot Five and Hot Seven
'Nuff said! 8)
Al Hirt - All Recordings (I know..most tunes are schmaltzy and commercial..but such technique I would die for! :) )
Wynton Marsalis - Carnaval (Wow!)
Harry James - All Recordings..."He plays like one of the brothers." - Louis Armstrong
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