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George Barnes And His Quartet - Country Jazz mp3 track

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Performer: George Barnes And His Quartet
Title: Country Jazz
Country: Canada
Category: Jazz / World, Folk, Country
Rating: 4.6 ✦


A1 Jolly Joe Clark (Old Joe Clark)
A2 Turkey Cobbler (Turkey In The Straw)
A3 Banjo Hop
A4 Old Kentucky Ramble (My Old Kentucky Home)
A5 Rockabilly Boogie
A6 In The Gloaming
A7 Hot Guitar Rag
A8 Strollin' Slow
B1 Rockin' The Weasel (Pop Goes The Weasel)
B2 Chicken In The Rough (Chicken Reel)
B3 Bass Guitar Blues
B4 Dan's Plumb Tuckered (Old Dan Tucker)
B5 Arky Travels Again (Arkansas Traveler)
B6 Bluetail Buzz (Bluetail Fly)
B7 Hot Shortin' Bread (Shortin' Bread)
B8 Old Joe's Boogie (Old Black Joe)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: C33-4915A
  • Matrix / Runout: C33-4915B

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
C33-4915 George Barnes And His Quartet* Country Jazz ‎(LP, Mono) Sparton C33-4915 Canada 1959
MH-8009 George Barnes Quartet Country Jazz ‎(LP, Mono) Modern Harmonic MH-8009 2017

George Warren Barnes (July 17, 1921 – September 5, 1977) was an American swing jazz guitarist who played the first electric guitar in 1931. He made the first commercial recording of an electric guitar on March 1, 1938, in sessions with Big Bill Broonzy. Barnes was born in South Chicago Heights, Illinois in 1921. His father was a guitarist and taught Barnes acoustic guitar at the age of nine.

Sonny Rollins - With The Modern Jazz Quartet (1951). Lee DeWyze - Paranoia (2018). The Isley Brothers - Showdown (1978/2008).

In stock now for same day shipping. Modern Harmonic US. George BARNES & HIS QUARTET. Format: gatefold coloured vinyl LP + liner notes Cat: MH 8009 Released: 11 Apr 17 Genre: Jazz.

Acclaimed by Encyclopedia Britannica as "the greatest American musical drama ever written," The Modern Jazz Quartet perform it at the highest level of creative flair to pay homage to a marvel of composition with the utmost degree of sincerity and respect. The Modern Jazz Quartet is alive and well in this effort, thoroughly brewing with overbearing optimism.

GEORGE BARNES is a jazz education, exotica swing music artist. He came from a family of professional musicians and his father, who was a guitarist taught him to play at age 9. George's original chosen instrument was the piano which he began playing at age 6 but when the Barnes family lost their piano as well as their house in the depression all that was left was a Sears Roebuck Silvertone guitar.

George Barnes Quartet: Don by C. Michael Bailey, published on May 1, 2003. Barnes leads a two guitar front quartet through the heart of the American Canon from the perspective of his patently Midwestern roots. His musical approach is more rural than urban, recalling an interesting combination of Western swing and the French Hot Club. Mr. Barnes navigates his quartet through 15 selections, only one in excess of five minutes, all closely arranged and performed. There is nothing in this recital that smacks of a jam session. These songs are all presented in a swinging, tight-as-a-drum manner. Barnes and company turn in no less than three fine Gershwin.

Country Jazz by George Barnes, released 27 March 2018 1. Jolly Joe Clark (Old Joe Clark) 2. Turkey Cobbler (Turkey In the Straw) 3. Banjo Hop 4. Old Kentucky Ramble (My Old Kentucky Home) 5. Rockabilly Boogie 6. In The Gloaming 7. Hot Guitar Rag 8. Strollin' Slow 9. Rockin' The Weasel (Pop Goes The Weasel) 10. Chicken In The Rough (Chicken Reel) 11. Bass Guitar Blues 12. Dan's Plumb Tuckered (Old Dan Tucker) 1. His arrangements of traditional folk and country songs represent the enjoyment he got out of crossing musical genres.