The Jonah Jones Quartet - Jonah Jones At The Embers album FLAC
Jonah Jones (born Robert Elliott Jones; December 31, 1909 – April 29, 2000) was a jazz trumpeter who created concise versions of jazz and swing and jazz standards that appealed to a mass audience. In the jazz community, he is known for his work with Stuff Smith. He was sometimes referred to as "King Louis II," a reference to Louis Armstrong
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Something's Gotta Give.
2019 Original Mix. In Chronology - 1936-1945. Jonah Jones at The Embers. Three Original Albums of Jonah Jones: Muted Jazz, Jonah Jones at the Embers & Swingin' at Broadway. The Jonah Jones Quartet.
|A1||It's All Right With Me||4:28|
|A2||From This Moment On||4:07|
|A3||Learnin' The Blues||3:35|
|A4||Something's Gotta Give||2:35|
|A5||All Of You||3:58|
|A6||Lullaby Of Birdland||4:15|
|B1||Basin Street Blues||4:05|
|B3||Tin Roof Blues||5:49|
- Bass – John Brown
- Drums – Harold Austin
- Piano – George Rhodes
- Producer – Bob Rolontz
- Trumpet – Jonah Jones
NotesOriginal US release from Groove Records, 1956.
|LG 1001||The Jonah Jones Quartet||Jonah Jones At The Embers (LP, Album, Mono)||Groove||LG 1001||US||1956|
|LX-1135||The Jonah Jones Quartet||Jonah Jones At The Embers (LP, Album, Mono, RE)||Vik||LX-1135||US||1958|
|430.288||Jonah Jones||Jonah Jones At The Embers (LP, Album, Mono)||RCA||430.288||France||1959|
|BBL 80, BBL80||The Jonah Jones Quartet||Jonah Jones At The Embers (LP, Album)||RCA Victor, RCA Victor||BBL 80, BBL80||Brazil||Unknown|
|LPM-2004||The Jonah Jones Quartet||Jonah Jones At The Embers (LP, Album, Mono, RE)||RCA Victor||LPM-2004||Canada||1959|