October 2

Hank Jones, Frank Wess - Hank & Frank II



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  1. By Arar on
    Hank and Frank II, despite the title, only features Wess on six of the 15 tracks (and only on tenor sax, not flute too as the credits imply). Pianist Hank Jones is on all the tracks, in a duo context on five (for Wess and Jones in duo pick up Hank and Frank I), four of them with the underrated singer Marion Cowings, who includes such rarities as a paean to Ella and Ellington and his own evocative lyrics to Quincy .
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  2. By Dum on
    His career would be interrupted during World War II although he did play with a military band in the period. On returning from service he joined Billy Eckstine's orchestra. Announcing the Winners of the Hank Jones/Frank Wess Giveaway. August 11, Frank Wess: "Jammin' on the Hudson" on August 23rd. July 29,
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  3. By Jurisar on
    May 05,  · BIOGRAPHY: Henry Jones, more known as Hank Jones, is a jazz piano maestro. He was born in Vicksburg, Mississippi, USA on July 31st, A member of a immensely talented musical family (Thad Jones and Elvin Jones were his brothers), he started playing with sax player George Clark.
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  4. By Sabei on
    Pianist Hank Jones and Frank Wess (doubling on tenor and flute) first recorded together in the mid-'50s. A half-century later, they are both still in their musical prime. On this straight-ahead date, they are joined quite ably by the fine guitar soloist Ilya Lushtak, bassist John Webber, and veteran drummer Mickey industrial.gukusgardamuroariufym.infoinfo quintet performs three Wess originals, Jones' lowdown blues "A 8/
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  5. By Torn on
    Hank Jones and Frank Wess retain the same rhythm section as their session for Lineage, except vocalist Marion Cowings is added on several tracks. Jones retains his masterful touch on piano even into his nineties, swinging effortlessly whether playing a breezy setting of "Sunday," a laid-back gospel-infused "Lord Prepare Me," or bop favorites like "Chasin' the Bird" and "Jordu."9/
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  6. By Duhn on
    Frank Wellington Wess (January 4, – October 30, ) was an American jazz saxophonist and flautist. In addition to his extensive solo work, Wess is remembered for his time in Count Basie's band from the early s into the s. Critic Scott Yannow described him as one of the premier proteges of Lester Young, and a leading jazz flautist of his era—using the latter instrument to.
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  7. By Tujar on
    Apr 24,  · Discogs で Milt Jackson, Frank Wess, Kenny Clarke, Hank Jones, Eddie Jones - Opus De Jazz に関するリリース、レビュー、トラックリスト、おすすめなどを発見し、Milt Jackson, Frank Wess, Kenny Clarke, Hank Jones, Eddie Jones のコレクションを完成させましょう。/5(83).
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  8. By Akishura on
    Jan 20,  · Hank Jones and Frank Wess Hank and Frank II Lineage Records Frank Wess Nonet Once Is Not Enough Labeth Music The second meeting of Hank and Frank is built around a menu of “less than” standards and “too” standards and features performances by guitarist Ilya Lushtak and vocalist Marion Cowlings.
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