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Doing His Thing / Jammin' The Blues
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Jammin' the Blues is a 1944 American short film in which several prominent jazz musicians got together for a rare filmed jam session. It features Lester Young, Red Callender, Harry Edison, Marlowe Morris, Sid Catlett, Barney Kessel, Jo Jones, John Simmons, Illinois Jacquet, Marie Bryant, Archie Savage and Garland Finney. Barney Kessel is the only white musician in the film. He was seated in the shadows to shade his skin.

Jamming" is a song by the reggae band Bob Marley and the Wailers from their 1977 album Exodus. The song also appears on the compilation album Legend. The song was re-released 10 years later as a tribute to Bob Marley and was again a hit, as in the Netherlands, where it was classified in the charts for 4 weeks. In Jamaican patois the word jamming refers to a getting together or celebration. It is still receiving moderate airplay from adult alternative stations.

Magic sam – west side soul. With the eleven original tracks and one alternate take, backed by a hot Chicago studio band, this version has the original liner notes and rare new photographs. The music speaks for itself. This album has some material as laid-back as any swamp Blues, but with the big-city sound of organ, sax and Johnny’s hard edged guitar. Washboard sam – the very best o. ere are 21 tracks of pre-WWII Chicago Blues, performed by a masterful singer and some great side-men. Floyd sings eight of these great songs, with Eddie doing his ‘Playboy’ act on the other eight. Recorded in 1966, this ‘double album’ is great value.

Acclaimed poet Robert Frost reminisces on his career. He is also seen giving lectures at Amherst and Sarah Lawrence Colleges, in daily life at his rural Vermont home, and receiving the Congressional Gold Medal from President Kennedy. Director: Shirley Clarke. It is fitting that the best of this genre should come from this studio. What sets "Jammin' The Blues" apart from the rest of the pack is that it more closely resembles an avant-garde experiment than a Hollywood musical. Filmed in July 1944, it transforms an ordinary jam session into a "trippy" dream-escape from war-time troubles, highlighted by the tune of "On The Sunny Side Of The Street".

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The prospect of doing a blues album was raised with the record company by Moore’s manager Steve Barnett. According to John Wooler, part of Virgin Records A&R team, a very early thought was to make a Fleetwood Mac concept album using Blue Horizon producer Mike Vernon and trying to get some of the original band to play. The original tour was only scheduled to run a few weeks, but as the single Still Got The Blues and the album began to climb the charts all over the world, the tour just grew. For Airey, Moore was absolutely on fire: His playing was unbelievable on that tour, just unbelievable. Sometimes I couldn’t believe what I was hearing.

Christmas Cover Up. Various Artists. Big John Greer (November 21, 1923 – May 12, 1972) was an American rhythm & blues tenor saxophonist and vocalist, best known for his recordings from 1949 to 1955, which included "Got You On My Mind" and "Bottle It Up And G. Born John Marshall Greer in Hot Springs, Arkansas, United States, he was a friend of Henry Glover from childhood, and both attended college at Alabama A&M together.


A Doing His Thing
B Jammin' The Blues