|Title:||Billy Eckstine And The Metronome All Stars|
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|St Louis Blues-Parts 1 & 2|
|How High The Moon-Parts 1 & 2|
|X1078||Billy Eckstine, Metronome All Stars||Billy Eckstine, Metronome All Stars - Billy Eckstine And The Metronome All Stars (7", EP)||MGM Records||X1078||US||Unknown|
|63014||Billy Eckstine & Metronome All Stars||Billy Eckstine & Metronome All Stars - St-Louis Blues (7", EP)||MGM Records||63014||Germany||Unknown|
|63 014||Billy Eckstine, Metronome All Stars||Billy Eckstine, Metronome All Stars - St. Louis Blues (7", EP, Promo)||MGM Records||63 014||Germany||Unknown|
Sarah Vaughan and Billy Eckstine at Monterey Jazz Festival 1981. Eckstine's paternal grandparents were William F. Eckstein and Nannie Eckstein, a mixed-race, married couple who lived in Washington, . both were born in 1863. William F. was born in Prussia, Iowa and Nannie in Virginia. In 1984 Eckstine recorded his penultimate album, I Am a Singer, arranged and conducted by Angelo DiPippo and featuring Toots Thielemans on harmonica. In November 1986, Eckstine recorded with saxophonist Benny Carter for his 1987 album Billy Eckstine Sings with Benny Carter. Eckstine made his final recordings for Motorcity Records, a label for ex-Motown artists founded by Ian Levine. 1955 Rendezvous (MGM). 1955 That Old Feeling (MGM).
Вся дискография, Радио, Концерты, рекомендации и похожие исполнители.
Metronome All-Star Leaders – I Got Rhythm. Miles Davis – Early Spring. Benny Goodman, Charlie Christian – All Star Strut.
This 1956 release is notable for four tracks documenting the first collaboration between pianist/bandleader Count Basie and vocalist Ella Fitzgerald
Dizzy Gillespie, trumpet; Bill Harris, trombone; Buddy DeFranco, clarinet; Flip Phillips, tenor sax; Nat King Cole, piano; Billy Bauer, guitar; Eddie Safranski, bass; Buddy Rich, drums; + Buddy Childers, Ken Hanna, Al Porcino, Ray Wetzel, trumpet; Milt Bernhart, Harry Betts, Harry Forbes, trombone; Bart Varsalona, bass trombone; Art Pepper, George Weidler, alto sax; Bob Cooper, Warner Weidler, tenor sax; Bob Gioga, baritone sax; Shelly.
On Jazz Café: Saxophone & Trumpet (1995): Overtime. Years active: 1939-42. Former members: All Star Band 1939 - Bunny Berigan, Charlie Spivak, Sonny Dunham, Harry James, Tommy Dorsey, Jack Teagarden, Benny Goodman, Hymie Shertzer, Eddie Miller, Art Rollini, Carmen Mastren, Bob Haggart, Bob Zurke, Ray Bauduc.