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Apex Blues - Jimmie Noone - Chicago Rhythm - Apex Blues - The Recordings Of Jimmie Noone 1923-1943 (CD)

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  1. Jimmie Noone - Chicago Rhythm, Apex Blues: The Recordings of Jimmie Noone [4CD Box Set] () EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks+.cue+log) - MB | Covers - 36 MB Genre: Early Jazz, New Orleans Jazz | RAR 3% Rec. | Label: JSP Records (JSP) A smooth playing New Orleans clarinetist, Jimmie Noone first made his mark as a bandleader at Chicago's Apex Club in the early s with .
  2. Ain't That Hot?, King Joe, Sweet Lorraine, Some Rainy Day, I Can't Give You Anything but Love, Baby, It's Tight Like That, Let's Sow a Wild Oat, She's Funny That Way, St. Louis Blues, Chicago Rhythm, I Got a Misery, Wake Up, Chillun, Wake Up, Love Me or Leave Me, Anything You Want, Am I Blue?, My Daddy Rocks Me with One Steady Roll, Apex Blues.
  3. Apex Blues: Jimmie Noone’s Apex Club Orchestra: Apex Blues: Jimmie Noone's Apex Club Orchestra: Chicago Rhythm: Jimmie Noone’s Apex Club Orchestra: Every Evening: Jimmie Noone’s Apex Club Orchestra: Showing all recordings. Show only standalone recordings instead, or show only videos. Artist information.
  4. Lyrics to St. Louis Blues by Jimmie Noone from the Chicago Rhythm - Apex Blues: The Recordings of Jimmie Noone album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more!
  5. Nov 29,  · Recorded Chicago 11/7/ Song Apex Blues (8/23/) Artist Jimmie Noone; Album The Complete Recordings, Vol.2 CD 1.
  6. Chicago Rhythm - Apex Blues: The Recordings of Jimmie Noone [Remaster] by Jimmie Noone (CD, Jul, 4 Discs, JSP (UK)) Last one! The lowest-priced brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging (where packaging is applicable).Ratings: 1.
  7. This comprehensive four-disc, track set spans Noone's entire recording career, beginning with his session with the Harmony Syncopators and ending with his final session in with the Capitol Jazzmen, and includes two versions of Noone's signature tune, "Sweet Lorraine," as well as two versions of the swirling "Apex Blues" and a zippy take on "Sweet Georgia Brown.".
  8. Considered one of the three top New Orleans clarinetists of the s (with Johnny Dodds and Sidney Bechet), Jimmie Noone had a smoother tone than his contemporaries that appealed to players of the swing era (including Benny Goodman). He played guitar as a child, and at age 15 took clarinet lessons from Lorenzo Tio, Jr. and Sidney Bechet (the latter was only 13, shockingly enough). Noone.

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