Jonah Jones - Muted Jazz album FLAC
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Trumpet, Vocals – Jonah Jones. First Cat from sleeve, second Cat from labels. Muted Jazz (LP, Album).
2019 Original Mix. Jonah Jones at The Embers. In Chronology - 1936-1945. Pete Brown and His Orchestra 1944 World Jam Session. Hank Jones, Jonah Jones, Teddy Brannon, George Rhodes, John Brown, Harold Austin. 1 Jazz Album Ever! сборник.
Jonah Jones, George Rhodes, Teddy Brannon, Hank Jones, John Brown, 'Pops' Foster, Harold Austin 09-07-2014. Main artist: Jonah Jones. Total duration:59 min. 01. Rose Room. Jonah Jones Masterworks. Muted Jazz, Hit Me Again! 02:26. Muted Jazz, Hit Me Again! 03:00. 03. I Can't Get Started. Muted Jazz, Hit Me Again! 02:40. 04. On the Street Where You Live. Muted Jazz, Hit Me Again! 02:37.
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, it can be argued that he might be best appreciated for his work with Stuff Smith. He was sometimes referred to as "King Louis II," a reference to Louis Armstrong. Jones started playing alto saxophone at the age of 12 in the Booker T. Washington Community Center band in Louisville, Kentucky before quickly transitioning to trumpet, where he excelled.
Jones' "muted jazz" featured melodic but swinging versions of standards played with a shuffle beat by his quartet nightly at the Embers, and he would keep the attractive - if eventually predictable - formula alive into the late 1960s. In addition to "On the Street Where You Live," this best-selling record has such numbers as "Rose Room," "Undecided," "Too Close for Comfort" and "Royal Garden Blues" played in delightful fashion.
Jonah Jones released a version on his 1957 EP Muted Jazz. Billy Strange released a version as the B-side to his 1965 single "Raunchy". Bill Evans released a version on his 1963 album "Plays the Theme from The . P Jimmy Smith released a version on his 1965 album "Monster". The Sweet released a version on their 1974 album "Desolation Boulevard".
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