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Lou McGarity - No Limits

12-01-2016, 17:41

Title: No Limits
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Han-ki
Genre: Jazz
Quality: Mp3 / 320kbps
Total Time: 63:42 min
Total Size: 145 MB

01. Blue Turning Grey Over You
02. Stairway To The Stars
03. Blue Moon
04. Runnin' Wild
05. Blue Prelude
06. By The Beautiful Sea
07. Some Like It Hot
08. Down Among The Sheltering Palms
09. Born To Be Blue
10. Sweet Sue, Just You
11. Blue (And Brokenhearted)
12. La Cumparsita
13. Blue Champagne
14. Sweet Georgia Brown
15. I Got The Blues When It Rains
16. Blue Again
17. I Wanna Be Loved By You
18. Sugar Blues
19. Blue Skies
20. I'm Thru With Love
21. Blue Lou
22. Under A Blanket Of Blue
23. Some Like It Hotter
24. Black And Blue

A very talented trombone soloist influenced by Jack Teagarden but possessing his own brassier sound, Lou McGarity was a strong asset to many bands and jam sessions. He started out playing violin when he was seven, not switching to trombone until he was 17. McGarity studied at the University of Georgia from 1934-36, gigged locally in the South (including with Kirk DeVore and Nye Mayhew), and toured with Ben Bernie from 1938-40 before hitting the big time with Benny Goodman from 1940-42. McGarity not only played with Benny Goodman's big band but with his smaller groups -- the first trombonist to do so. McGarity, who through the years often teamed up with his friend and fellow trombonist Cutty Cutshall (including with Goodman), worked with Raymond Scott's Orchestra at CBS from 1942-44, spent time in the military and then rejoined Benny Goodman for a time in 1946. Starting in 1947, he worked as a busy studio musician in New York, often appearing nightly with Dixieland-oriented musicians, including the Lawson/Haggart band, and with the many groups of Eddie Condon. He worked with Bob Crosby in the mid-'60s and was a key member of the World's Greatest Jazz Band from 1968-70 before bad health shortened his life. McGarity recorded as a leader for MGM (four selections in 1955), Jubilee in 1959, Argo in 1959 and Fat Cat's Jazz in 1970. ~bio by Scott Yanow

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singlemalt   User offline   13 January 2016 10:36

Thank you ILIA84 4

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