Knuckle Head - Bill Coleman And His ;Swing Stars;* - Jazz At Pleyel (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Aug 26,  · Bill Coleman, a prominent American jazz trumpeter, died yesterday. He was 77 years old. Born in Paris, Ky., Mr. Coleman played with many top bands of .
  2. Reinhardt and Coleman made a series of important recordings documenting the Parisian jazz scene in the '30s, including a stunning duet on Coleman’s original composition, “Bill Coleman Blues.” He died in Toulouse (France). Jazz Trumpeter. He was born in Paris, Kentucky but spent most of his .
  3. Artist Release Name smartaronacarsetzvascrededfisemfi.xyzinfo Label Format Year Country; Bill Coleman (2) Stephane Grappelli With Bill Coleman: Classic Jazz: LP, Album,, US: Bill Coleman & His Orchestra.
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  5. A mellow-toned swing trumpeter with a distinctive sound and a lyrical style, Bill Coleman was a consistent if never particularly famous musician. In , he went to New York with Cecil and Lloyd Scott's band, with whom he made his recording debut. He worked with Luis Russell () and Charlie Johnson, and then in traveled to France with Lucky Millinder.
  6. Uniquely among the great American jazz trumpeters, Bill Coleman () spent the major part of his career in Paris. Two generously filled CDs present the cream of Bill Coleman's artistry from his remarkable first sessions under his own name in and his classic dates with Fats Waller, through 24 years of memorable performances to the late 50s, still playing with the same relaxed 5/5(7).
  7. TIMELESS JAZZ--VG/VG+ Album by Coleman Hawkins and his All-StarsThis is the LP, TIMELESS JAZZ, by Coleman Hawkins & his All Stars(Jazztone Jmono).CONDITION: Record: VG (a fair number of light scratches); Jacket (thick paper sleeve): VG+ (back yellowed with ring wear; light ring wear and fading to front; a few minor creases).PERSONNEL: Coleman Hawkins- .
  8. Nov 09,  · Join us from pm Sunday November 9 for an in depth profile of the trumpet playing of jazz musician Bill Coleman hosted by Charles Iselin. Bill Coleman’s career was intricately linked to the spread of Jazz in Europe and specifically in France. Appropriately, he was born in Paris, Kentucky in As a musician he played early on in the non.

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