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Jay Cameron's International Sax-Band - Jay Cameron's International Sax-Band mp3 track

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Performer: Jay Cameron's International Sax-Band
Title: Jay Cameron's International Sax-Band
Country: Japan
Released: 1955
Style: Bop
Category: Jazz
Rating: 4.6 ✦
Other format: MPC VOC VQF VOX WAV AA AU

Tracklist

A1 Blue Note 3:11
A2 Rosy 2:25
A3 Give Me The Simple Life 4:31
B1 Brother J.C. 3:16
B2 Static Test 2:34
B3 Wooden Sword Street 3:30

Credits

  • Baritone Saxophone – Jay Cameron
  • Bass – Benoît Quersin*
  • Drums – André Reilles
  • Piano – Henri Renaud
  • Tenor Saxophone – Barney Wilen, Bobby Jaspar, Jean-Louis Chautemps

Notes

Recorded in Paris on January 1, 1955.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BVJJ-2952 Jay Cameron's International Sax-Band Jay Cameron's International Sax-Band ‎(10", Album, Mono, RE) Swing BVJJ-2952 Japan 1998

Jay Cameron's International Sax Band.

Jay Cameron's International Sax-Band - Jay Cameron's International Sax-Band (Album). Stephane Grappelli - Unique Piano Session Paris 1955 ‎(LP, Album, RE). Musidisc, Musidisc. FSR-CD 951. Michel de Villers.

Barney Wilen, Jay Cameron's International Sax Band: Give Me the Simple Life. Вся дискография, Радио, Концерты, рекомендации и похожие исполнители. Barney Wilen, Jay Cameron's International Sax Band.

album: European Cool Jazz 1951-1959.

Band (sometimes written SOS Band; abbreviation for Sounds Of Success) is an American R&B and electro-funk group who gained fame in the 1980s. They are best known for the songs "Take Your Time (Do It Right)", "Just Be Good to Me", "Borrowed Love", and "The Finest"

Born in New York in 1928, Cameron began his career in Los Angeles just after World War II with the Ike Carpenter band until 1947 (leaving just before Bill Holman joined briefly in 1948). For reasons that I've been unable to figure out, Cameron moved to Europe around 1950 and remained there until 1956. Jay Cameron died in 2001. JazzWax tracks: You'll find Jay Cameron's International Sax Band here. Give Me the Simple Life. Here's Jay Cameron on TV's Jazz Casual in March 1963 with Paul Winter A special thanks to David Langner and Doug Paterson.

Jay Cameron was an American jazz reed player, with an emphasis in baritone saxophone. Among his own projects as a leader were his International Sax Band and the Third Herdsmen. In the late 1960s Cameron toured with Paul Winter. He continued to be an active musician and advocate for jazz programming and education throughout his life.