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Swing Journal All Stars - Reader's Idea: Far East Coast Jazz mp3 track

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Performer: Swing Journal All Stars
Title: Reader's Idea: Far East Coast Jazz
Country: Japan
Released: 2007
Category: Jazz
Rating: 4.9 ✦
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Tracklist

1 Moanin'
2 Dig
3 Walkin'
4 Doxy
5 A Night In Tunisia
6 Bag's Groove
7 What's New
8 Reader's Choice

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – King Record Co. Ltd
  • Distributed By – Disk Union

Credits

  • Alto Saxophone – Sadao Watanabe
  • Baritone Saxophone – Tadayuki Harada
  • Bass – Hideto Kanai, Mitsuru Ono
  • Drums – Hideo Shiraki
  • Flute – Sadao Watanabe
  • Piano – Kazuo Yashiro
  • Tenor Saxophone – Akira Miyazawa, Hidehiko Matsumoto
  • Trombone – Yasuhiro Tomoto
  • Trumpet – Akira Fukuhara

Notes

Comes in mini LP replica with OBI & Japanese insert.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4 988044 611627
  • Rights Society: JASRAC

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SKA 3006 Swing Journal All Stars Reader's Idea: Far East Coast Jazz ‎(LP, RE) King Records SKA 3006 Japan 1977
K20P-6154 Swing Journal All Stars Reader's Idea: Far East Coast Jazz ‎(LP, RE) King Records K20P-6154 Japan 1982
SKC 2 Swing Journal All Stars Reader's Idea: Far East Coast Jazz ‎(LP, Ltd) King Records SKC 2 Japan 1994

East Coast Swing (ECS) is a form of social partner dance. It belongs to the group of swing dances. It is danced under fast swing music, including rock and roll and boogie-woogie. Yerrington and Outland equated East Coast Swing to the New Yorker in 1961. Originally known as "Eastern Swing" by Arthur Murray Studios, the name East Coast Swing became more common between 1975 and 1980.

Jammin' For Swing Journal. B1. –Swing Journal All-Star Orchestra. B2. B3. –Swing Journal All-Star Ninetet. B4. B5. Chattering About M. ay. Companhias, etc. Recorded At – Yamano Hall, Tokyo. London American Jazz Recording. from the 1956 SWING JOURNAL Popularity Poll. Recorded at Concert of October 27th, 1956, at the Yamano Hall, Tokyo. Presented by JOKR-TV (Radio Tokyo).

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East Coast Swing is a standardized dance in American Rhythm style competition dancing as well as a social partner dance. It is one of a number of different swing dances that developed concurrently with the swing style of jazz music in the mid twentieth century. This group of dances also includes Lindy Hop, Carolina Shag, Balboa, West Coast Swing, and Jive. This dance may also be referred to as Eastern Swing, Triple Swing, Triple Step Swing, American Swing, or just Swing. The East Coast Swing is generally danced to music in a 4/4 Meter between 34 and 36 measures per mintue (13. and 14. beats per minute). Explore relationships between the meter and tempi of different dance styles and find songs that match. Try It! Documentation Blog Posts.

East Coast Swing is a quick rhythmic social dancing variety for which jazz music is used. On the other hand, West Coast Swing is also a type of swing dancing that allows the partners to improvise on the dance floor.

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West Coast jazz refers to various styles of jazz music that developed around Los Angeles and San Francisco during the 1950s. The West coast sound perhaps didn't have the gravitas that the East coast had, but, after all, these were Californians enjoying the sun and the surf and the extent that celebrity offered itself through the studio work that the entertainment industry was offering. So I think, you know, you think of California as sun and surf, you think of New York City as cement and grit, and the music somewhat reflected that. as far as I knew, there were no blacks working regularly in the industry, especially on the networks – ABC, CBS and NBC. asked me if the fact that the Musicians Unions were segregated contributed to the scarcity of blacks in the industry.