» » Bill Berry And The LA Band - Hot & Happy
Bill Berry And The LA Band - Hot & Happy mp3 track

Bill Berry And The LA Band - Hot & Happy mp3 track

MP3 1810 mb. | FLAC 1122 mb. | WMA 1180 mb.

Performer: Bill Berry And The LA Band
Title: Hot & Happy
Released: 1974
Style: Big Band, Contemporary Jazz
Category: Jazz
Rating: 4.1 ✦
Other format: MP1 VQF AIFF DTS TTA MPC MP3

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Doodle-Oodle
Composed By, Arranged By – Billy Byers
A2 Betty
Composed By, Arranged By – Bill Berry
A3 Bloose
Composed By, Arranged By – Bill Berry
B1 Smoke Gets In Your Eyes
Arranged By – Gene GoeComposed By – Jerome Kern
B2 Easter Parade
Arranged By – Bill BerryComposed By – Jerome Kern
B3 Mutton Leg
Composed By – Count Basie, Harry Edison, Jimmy MundyTranscription By – Bill Berry
B4 Rockin' In Rhythm
Composed By – Duke Ellington, Harry Carney, Irving MillsTranscription By – Bill Berry

Credits

  • Alto Saxophone – Bill Byrne , Marshall Royal
  • Bass – Leroy Vinnegar
  • Bass Trombone – Benny Powell
  • Clarinet, Baritone Saxophone – Jack Nimitz
  • Cornet, Leader – Bill Berry
  • Drums – Jake Hanna
  • Guitar – Herb Ellis
  • Piano – Dave Frishberg
  • Tenor Saxophone – Richie Kamuca, Teddy Edwards
  • Trombone – Britt Woodman, Tricky Nanton*
  • Trumpet – Blue Mitchell, Cat Anderson (tracks: B1 to B4), Conte Candoli, Gene Goe, Jack Sheldon (tracks: A1 to A3)

Notes

Track a1 to A3 recorded live May 11,1974, Apros, California
Track B1 to B4 recorded live August 02,1974, Concord, California

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (runout A etched / stamped): 2 SG L BEEZ - I < 1 > Mastered by Capitol
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout B etched): 2 SGL BEEZ - I < 2 >

The all-star unit unfortunately recorded much too little, just one album for cornetist Berry's Beez label and this lone Concord set. The power and joyful swing of the all-star unit can certainly be heard on the latter, which was recorded at the 1976 Concord Jazz Festival. Solo space is allocated to Berry; trumpeters Jack Sheldon (who also sings "Tulip or Turnip"), Blue Mitchell, and Cat Anderson; trombonists Tricky Lofton, Jimmy Cleveland, and Britt Woodman; tenor saxophonists Richie Kamuca and Don Menza; and pianist Dave Frishberg, among others, and one should not overlook the.

Happy End is the third and final album by Japanese folk rock band Happy End. It was recorded in Los Angeles, produced by Van Dyke Parks and features several American session musicians such as Lowell George and Bill Payne of the band Little Feat. The album was recorded at Sunset Sound Studios in Los Angeles in late 1972. Van Dyke Parks, known for his collaborations with Brian Wilson and The Beach Boys, produced the album.

Band Name Chuck Berry. Album Name Chuck Berry, Bill Haley, Little Richard ‎– The Kings Of Rock'n Roll. Erscheinungsdatum 1973. Musik GenreRock'n'Roll. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen1.

William Thomas "Bill" Berry (born July 31, 1958) is a retired American musician and t, best known as the drummer for the alternative rock band . In addition to his drumming duties, Berry played many other instruments including guitar, bass guitar, and piano, both for songwriting and on . After 17 years with the band, Berry left the music industry to become a farmer, and has since maintained a low profile, making sporadic reunions with . and appearing on other artists' records. Bill rejoined the line-up as a percussionist during their 2001 reunion album, playing on Bright.

Bill Berry : biography. July 31, 1958 –. With Peter Buck and Mike Mills. such as fellow Duluth native Bob Dylan, Flea from Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Neil Young. The entire band performs on the song Bad Karma, with Michael singing backup and playing shears as a musical instrument. All three members perform on Boom Boom Mancini; Detox Mansion; Bad Karma; and Even a Dog Can Shake Hands; the latter of which they co-wrote. Peter and Bill play on Sentimental Hygiene and The Heartache. Sentimental Hygiene/The Factory/Leave My Monkey Alone.

fans got a rare surprise for their annual Christmas gift from the band this year: former drummer Bill Berry, who retired from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame group in 1997, made a rare appearance with one of his old Murmur bandmates on one of the two songs featured on the 2009 Christmas single sent to members of the. . fan club, Slicing Up Eyeballs reports. Berry drums while . s Mike Mills sings and plays both bass and guitar on the track Crazy Like a Fox, a cover of a 1966 Lenny Kaye protest song. Mills also performed the Xmas single’s other track, the classic Santa Baby,.