Darktown Jazz-Band Featuring Fatty George, Jimmy McPartland, Dick Cary , Oscar Klein, Charly Antolini - Darktown Jazz-Band download album
- Album: Darktown Jazz-Band
- FLAC: 1154 mb | MP3: 1406 mb
- Released: 1976
- Style: Big Band
- Rating: 4.3/5
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- Format: MP1 MIDI ADX ASF RA AA MP4
I dont think I have found this song on youtube so I have uploaded it for your viewing pleasure
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Profile: Jazz drummer, born 24 May 1937 in Zürich, Switzerland, now living in Munich, Germany. Appears on records since the 1950s with artists like Bill Coleman (2), Wolfgang Dauner, Eugen Cicero, Stuff Smith, Baden Powell and Lionel Hampton or Benny Goodman in the 1980s. He also played in the dixieland group "The Tremble Kids" and the German big band of "Süddeutscher Rundfunk". Has been a band leader and session musician. Darktown Jazz-Band Featuring Fatty George, Jimmy McPartland, Dick Cary, Oscar Klein, Charly Antolini. Darktown Jazz-Band Featuring Fatty George, Jimmy McPartland, Dick Cary, Oscar Klein, Charly Antolini - Darktown Jazz-Band (LP, Album). Barbara Dennerlein, Oscar Klein, Charly Antolini - "Live" On Tour! (Album).
McPartland encouraged Marian her to develop her own style and form her own group, which led to the establishment of her long residency at the Hickory House with a trio including drummer Joe Morello. In 1948 he and Marian performed at the Brass Rail in Chicago. In 1961, he appeared on a DuPont Show of the Month musical extravaganza called Chicago and All That Jazz, featuring Gene Krupa, Jack Teagarden, Eddie Condon, Pee Wee Russell, and Lil Armstrong. McPartland performed as guest star with many bands and at festivals during the 1970s in the US and out of the country.
In 1976 he set up his own band, "Charly Antolini's Jazz Power", originally featuring Steve Hooks (tenor sax); Andrei Lobanov (trumpet); David Gazarov (keyboards) and Rocky Knauer (bass), although later members were Len Skeat and Brian Lemon. In the 1980s he toured Germany, Italy and Denmark with Benny Goodman, as well as with Lionel Hampton, Barbara Dennerlein, Albert Mangelsdorff, Earl Hines, Roy Eldridge, Jimmy Giuffre, Art Farmer, Oliver Nelson, Art Van Damme, Stuff Smith, Baden Powell among others.
Drum Legends & Band - Live In Gran Canaria. Herman Rarebell, Pete York, Charly Antolini. Charly Antolini, Oscar Klein, Romano Mussolini, Karsten Gnettner. Charly Antolini, Antti Sarpila, Roy Williams, Oscar Klein, Jesper Thilo, Peter "Banjo" Meyer. Charly Antolini Meets Dick Morissey.
Oscar Klein Jazz Band. Lino Patruno - The Italian Jazz Legend, 2012. Basin Strett Blues 04:05. St. James Infirmary 04:36. All songs from The Italian Jazz Legend. Lino Patruno - Spiegle Willcox Rides Again, 1983. Muskrat Ramble 03:35.
Charly Antolini (born May 24, 1937 in Zürich) is a Swiss jazz drummer. Antolini started playing the traditional Swiss Basler drum and in 1956 went to Paris where he played with Sidney Bechet, Bill Coleman among others, and playing in the Oldtime Jazz Band "The Tremble Kids" with trumpeter Oscar Klein and clarinettist Werner Keller. In 1962 he went to live in Stuttgart, Germany where he spent 5 years playing with bassist Peter Witte and pianist Horst Jankowski in the SWR Bigband led by Erwin Lehn. In the late 80s-early 90s he recorded three live albums with British tenor saxophonist Dick Morrissey and in 1994 he set up the band Super Trio with pianist Dirk Raufeisen and bassist Jimmy Woode. At the end of 2004 Herman Rarebell, Pete York and Antolini formed a three drummer project called Drum Legends, and released a live CD and DVD. He also toured the Soviet Union.
A solid Dixieland cornetist with his own lyrical sound (initially influenced by Bix Beiderbecke), Jimmy McPartland played the music he loved for over 60 years. The younger brother of guitarist Dick McPartlan. ead Full Biography.
|A1||Sweet Georgia Brown||4:50|
|A2||I Want A Little Girl||3:55|
|A3||At The Jazz Band Ball||3:44|
|A4||My Bucket's Got A Hole In It||3:12|
|A5||Baby Won't You Please Come Home||3:28|
|B1||Struttin' With Some Barbecue||4:05|
|B2||I Gotta Right To Sing The Blues||3:55|
|B3||You Should Come With Me||3:48|
|B5||Alexander's Ragtime Band||2:25|