The second of two CD volumes continues the documentation of a Dixieland session featuring trumpeter Buck Clayton (who was normally a swing player), either Benny Morton or Cutty Cutshall on trombones, clarinetist Peanuts Hucko, pianist Dave McKenna, bassist Bob Haggart and drummer Buzzy Drootin. The repertorie (other than a ballad medley) is a bit stale (including "The Saints," "Ballin' the Jack," "Indiana" and "Bye Bye Blackbird") but the music has plenty of spirit and drive
Jammin' at Condon's is a dixieland music album recording by EDDIE CONDON released in 1955 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. A1 There'll Be Some Changes Made A2 How Come You Do Me Like You Do B1 Blues (My Naughty Sweetie Gave to Me) B2 Tin Roof Blues B3 When My Sugar Walks Down the Street B4 I Can't Believe That You're in Love With Me. Line-up/Musicians.
Albert Edwin Condon (November 16, 1905 – August 4, 1973) was an American jazz banjoist, guitarist, and bandleader. A leading figure in Chicago jazz, he also played piano and sang. Condon was born in Goodland, Indiana, the son of John and Margaret (née McGraw) Condon. He grew up in Momence, Illinois, and Chicago Heights, Illinois, where he attended St. Agnes and Bloom High School. After playing ukulele, he switched to banjo and was a professional musician by 1921.
He joined Eddie Condon's band in 1959, a year after appearing in the film Jazz on a Summer's Day. Clayton toured Japan and Australia with Condon's group in 1964, and continued to revisit Europe throughout the '60s, often with Humphrey Lyttelton's band, while playing festivals across the country. But lip and health problems virtually ended his playing career in the late '60s. After a period outside of music, Clayton once again became active in music, this time as a non-playing arranger, touring Africa as part of a State Department series in 1977.
Midnight At Eddie Condon's - Bud Freeman's All Star Orchestra.
eddie condon, eddie condon discography Albert Edwin Condon November 16, 1905 – August 4, 1973, better known as Eddie Condon, was an American jazz banjoist, guitarist, and bandleader A leading figure in Chicago jazz, he also played piano and sang. From the late 1930s on he was a regular at the Manhattan jazz club Nick's The sophisticated variation on Dixieland music which Condon and his colleagues created there came to be nicknamed "Nicksieland" By this time, his regular circle of musical associates included Wild Bill Davison, Bobby Hackett, George Brunies, Edmond Hall, and Pee Wee Russell In 1939, he appeared with.
Songs from Eddie Condon by Eddie Condon, Eddie Condon and his Band. Free download and listen Eddie Condon. Complete Jazz Series 1954 - 1955 - Eddie Condon. Jazz Mad, Vol. 1: Hot Dance, Jazz & Instrumental Blues 1925-1930 - Duke Ellington, Eddie Condon, Fletcher Henderson, Louis Armstrong, Paul Whiteman. Roaring 20's Revue Vol. 1 - Eddie Condon, Ethel Waters, Gene Austin, Paul Whiteman, Sophie Tucker. Dixieland Dance Party - Eddie Condon.
|Lulu's Back In Town||8:08|
|Basin Street Blues||8:05|
|I'm Old Fashioned|
|The Old Folks|
|Don't Take Your Love From Me|
|Big Noise From Winnetka||3:56|
|At The Jazz Band Ball||5:47|
|JU-311||Buck Clayton||Jammin' At "Eddie Condon's" - Vol. I (CD, Unofficial)||Jazz Up||JU-311||Italy||1989|
|MCD067-2||Buck Clayton||Jammin' At "Eddie Condon" - Volume 1 (CD, RE, Unofficial)||Moon Records||MCD067-2||Italy||1995|