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Lionel Hampton - Swingin' in Paris - Sweet Autumn Version (2013)

16-02-2015, 21:39
Music | Jazz

Lionel Hampton - Swingin' in Paris - Sweet Autumn Version (2013)

Artist: Lionel Hampton
Title Of Album: Swingin' in Paris - Sweet Autumn Version
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Jubilee
Genre: Jazz
Quality: MP3 CBR 320 kbps
Tracks: 09
Total Time: 01:19:34
Total Size: 201 MB

01. Lionel Hampton - Exactly Like You (08:59)
02. Lionel Hampton - Just You, Just Me (08:03)
03. Lionel Hampton - Night and Day (11:30)
04. Lionel Hampton - Lullaby of Birdland (06:51)
05. Lionel Hampton - New St. Louis Blues (09:11)
06. Lionel Hampton - Crazy Rhythm (07:49)
07. Lionel Hampton - All the Things You Are (07:31)
08. Lionel Hampton - Zebu (10:06)
09. Lionel Hampton - Blues for Monique (09:30)


Lionel Hampton was the first jazz vibraphonist and was one of the jazz giants beginning in the mid-'30s. He has achieved the difficult feat of being musically open-minded (even recording "Giant Steps") without changing his basic swing style. Hamp started out as a drummer, playing with the Chicago Defender Newsboys' Band as a youth. His original idol was Jimmy Bertrand, a '20s drummer who occasionally played xylophone. Hampton played on the West Coast with such groups as Curtis Mosby's Blue Blowers, Reb Spikes, and Paul Howard's Quality Serenaders (with whom he made his recording debut in 1929) before joining Les Hite's band, which for a period accompanied Louis Armstrong. At a recording session in 1930, a vibraphone happened to be in the studio, and Armstrong asked Hampton (who had practiced on one previously) if he could play a little bit behind him and on "Memories of You" and "Shine"; Hamp became the first jazz improviser to record on vibes.

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