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    VA - The World's Greatest Jazz Collection: Swing Time (2008) (100 CDs Box Set)

    VA - The World's Greatest Jazz Collection: Swing Time (2008) (100 CDs Box Set)
    EAC Rip | FLAC (Image+.cue, log) | 100 CDs, 110:00:28 min | 25,9 Gb | Covers -> 8 mb
    Genre: Jazz, Classic Jazz, Swing / Label: Membran

    100 CDs provide you with the most exciting, most beautiful and most swinging recordings from this period. All-Star Swing groups with their most famous recordings. Mit Henry Allen, Roy Eldrige, Ben Webster, Coleman Hawkins, Lester Young, Johnny Hodges, Benny Carter, Fats Waller, Art Tatum, Benny Goodman, Lionel Hampton, Red Norvo, Teddy Wilson, Buck Clayton, Django Reinhardt, Jack Teagarden, Rex Stewart, Chu Berry, Charlie Christian, Louis Armstrong u.a. 100-CD-Box with original recordings.

    The glorious time of the big bands which was followed by the dance hall craze in the swing era started in the 1920s. Bandleader Fletcher Henderson and his arranger Don Redman developed the style of the big bands. They organized the band completely different from the way it was done in classical jazz. Now they had a brass section with more trumpets and trombones, a reed section with several saxophones and a strong rhythm section. The result was a new powerful sound, based on sophisticated arrangements fired by hot solos. The Henderson band that employed soloist like Coleman Hawkins, Ben Webster and Chu Berry on tenor and trumpeters Rex Stewart, Roy Eldridge and Henry “Red” Allen was the role model for many following big bands.

    Benny Goodman, the King of Swing of the 1930s, learned a lot from Henderson. He copied his big band concept and played his arrangements. Henderson wrote some of his best pieces for Goodman. His “Let’s Dance” became the motto of an entire country – in fact, of the whole world. The encyclopedia includes many recordings of Goodman’s big band in the 1930s and 1940s.

    For many connoisseurs however Count Basie’s orchestra was the ideal of a big band, fiercely swinging and relaxed. In 1932 Basie formed his first band with members of the Bennie Moten orchestra and he successfully led big bands for many years. He worked with soloists such as the trumpeters Harry “Sweets” Edison and Buck Clayton, saxophonists Lester Young and Herschel Evans and the famous All American Rhythm Section with Walter Page on Bass, Freddie Green on guitar and the drummer Jo Jones. In 1939 the Basie band performed at the Carnegie Hall in New York City, playing two concerts “From Spiritual to Swing” which were organized by the promoter and Basie fan John Hammond.

    001-Henry 'Red' Allen 1933-35
    002-Leon 'Chu' Berry 1937-38
    003-Leon 'Chu' Berry 1939-41
    004-Benny Carter 1946-52
    005-Benny Carter 1954
    006-Benny Carter Vol3 1954
    007-Charlie Christian Vol.1 1939-40
    008-Charlie Christian Vol.2 1940-41
    009-Roy Eldridge Vol.1 1935-39
    010-Roy Eldridge Vol.2 1939-45
    011-Roy Eldridge Vol.3 1945-46
    012-Roy Eldridge Vol.4 1947-50
    013-Roy Eldridge Vol.5 1950-51
    014-Roy Eldridge Vol.6 1952-53
    015-Roy Eldridge Vol.7 1954-55
    016-Roy Eldridge Vol.8 1955
    017-Duke Ellington Small Groups Vol.1 1936-37
    018-Duke Ellington Small Groups Vol.2 1937-38
    019-Duke Ellington Small Groups Vol.3 1938
    020-Duke Ellington Small Groups Vol.4 1939
    021-Duke Ellington Small Groups Vol.5 1940-41
    022-Benny Goodman Groups 1935-36
    023-Benny Goodman Groups 1936-37
    024-Benny Goodman Groups 1938-41
    025- Lionel Hampton Groups 1937
    026-Lionel Hampton Groups 1938-39
    027-Lionel Hampton Groups 1939
    028-Lionel Hampton Groups 1939-40
    029-Lionel Hampton Groups 1940-42
    030-Coleman Hawkins 1933-35
    031-Coleman Hawkins 1936-38
    032-Coleman Hawkins 1939-43
    033-Coleman Hawkins 1943-44
    034-Coleman Hawkins 1944
    035-Coleman Hawkins 1944-45
    036-Coleman Hawkins 1949-54
    037-Coleman Hawkins & Roy Eldridge
    038-John Kirby And His Orchestra 1938-39
    039-John Kirby And His Orchestra 1940-41
    040-John Kirby And His Orchestra 1941-43
    041-Metronome-Esquire All-Stars 1939-46
    042-Milton 'Mezz' Mezzrow 1933-38
    043-Frankie Newton 1937-39
    044-Oscar Peterson 1945-47
    045-Oscar Peterson 1947-50
    046-Django Reinhardt & Le Qintete Du Hot Club De France1936-1937
    047-Django Reinhardt Vol.2 1937
    048-Django Reinhardt Vol.3 1937
    049- Willie 'The Lion' Smith 1934-37
    050-Muggsy Spanier 1935-39
    051-Rex Stewart 1936-40
    052-Art Tatum 1933-37
    053-Art Tatum 1937-41
    054-Jack Teagarden 1934-35
    055-Jack Teagarden 1935-38
    056-Fats Waller Piano Solos 1929-34
    057-Fats Waller And His Rhythm 1934
    058-Fats Waller And His Rhythm 1935
    059-Ben Webster 1953-54
    060-Ben Webster and Friends 1953-54
    061-Ben Webster 1954 & 57
    062-Ben Webster, Buddy Rich, Benny Carter
    063-Ben Webster Quintet, Red Norvo Sextet 1957
    064-Ben Webster and Harry Edison 1956-57
    065-Ben Webster and Friends 1957
    066-Ben Webster, Art Tatum, Barney Kessel
    067-Teddy Wilson Piano Solos 1934-39
    068-Teddy Wilson Vol. 1 1935-36
    069-Teddy Wilson Vol. 2 1936
    070-Teddy Wilson Vol. 3 1937
    071-Teddy Wilson Vol. 4 1937
    072-Teddy Wilson Vol. 5 1937-38
    073-Lester Young Vol. 1 1936-39
    074-Lester Young Vol. 2 1939-41
    075-Lester Young Vol. 3 1939-41
    076-Lester Young Vol. 4 1944
    077-Lester Young Vol. 5 1944-46
    078-Lester Young Vol. 6 1946
    079-Lester Young Vol. 7 1946-47
    080-Lester Young Vol. 8 1948-50
    081-Lester Young Vol. 9 1951-52
    082-Lester Young Vol. 10 1952-52
    083-Lester Young Vol. 11 1954-55
    084-Lester Young Vol. 12 1956
    085-Lester Young Vol. 13 1956-58
    086-All-Star Groups Vol. 1 1933-37
    087-All-Star Groups Vol. 2 1937-39
    088-All-Star Groups Vol. 3 1939-44
    089-All-Star Groups Vol. 4 1943-44
    090-All-Star Groups Vol. 5 1944-46
    091-Jam Sessions Vol. 1 1952
    092-Jam Sessions Vol. 2 1953
    093-Jam Sessions Vol. 3 1953
    094-Jam Sessions Vol. 4 1953
    095-Jam Sessions Vol. 5 1953
    096-Jam Sessions Vol. 6 1954
    097-Jam Sessions Vol. 7 1954
    098-Jam Sessions Vol. 8 1955
    099-Jam Sessions Vol. 9 1956
    100-Jam Sessions Vol. 10 1957

    all 100 log files included…

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