Farewell Blues - Ted Lewis And His Band - The Jazzworthy Ted Lewis 1929-1933 (CD)

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  1. – Ted Lewis And His Band: Royal Garden Blues Brass Bass, Double Bass – Harry Barth Clarinet – Benny Goodman Cornet – Muggsy Spanier Drums – Rudy Van Gelder (2) Guitar – Tony Girardi Leader – Ted Lewis Piano, Vocals – Fats Waller Trombone – George Brunies Trumpet – Dave Klein (3) 17 – Ted Lewis And His Band4/5(3).
  2. The Ted Lewis band featured many of the greats of jazz: Teagarden, Goodman, Spanier, Dorsey. Yet, the sound is still Lewis throughout. The song selection here is not only the Best of Ted Lewis but also typical Ted Lewis, with several vocals by Lewis himself. The "jacket" contains full personnel and a short history of the band/5(12).
  3. Egyptian Ella. Laughing At Life. Sobbin Blues. Yellow Dog Blues. Singing A Vagabond Song.
  4. Ted Lewis - Jazzworthy music CD album at CD Universe, Ted gets filed under dance bands, but he employed an amazing array of future stars, Benny Goodman.
  5. The 22 songs on this CD represent the tail-end of the late period of Ted Lewis' fame and influence, when his band was at its peak for personnel -- Muggsy Spanier, George Brunies, Jimmy Dorsey, Benny Goodman, Jack Teagarden, and Frank Teschemacher are all over this material, with Fats Waller at the piano and singing on a trio of numbers. The quality of the transfers varies (there is noise on some 8/
  6. Artist: Ted Lewis Title: Jazzworthy Item Condition: New and unplayed Format: CD Release Date: Label: Challenge UPC: Genre: Jazz Album Tracks 1. Farewell Blues 2. Wabash Blues 3. San 4. The Lonesome Road 5. Aunt Hagar's Blues 6. Singing a Vagabond Song 7. Somebody Stole My Gal 8. The Yellow Dog Blues 9. Sobbin' Blues 1 Sobbin' Blues 2 Seller Rating: % positive.
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  8. Farewell Blues (Paul Mares / Leon Ted Lewis COLUMBIA D - Ted Lewis And His Band: All By Myself - Allah's Holiday - An Ev'ning in Caroline - An Old, Old Man With A Old, Old Pipe - Angry () - At Last I'm Happy - Aunt Hager's Blues - Aunt Hager's Blues2 - Away Down South In.