Singleton Palmer And His Dixieland Band - Sing Swings album FLAC
SINGLETON PALMER, Tuba NORMAN MASON, Clarinet BILL MARTIN, Trumpet LEON KING, Trombone GUS PERRYMAN, Piano BEN THIGPEN, Drums.
Dixieland, sometimes referred to as hot jazz or traditional jazz, is a style of jazz based on the music that developed in New Orleans at the start of the 20th century. One of the first uses of the term "Dixieland" with reference to music was in the name of the Original Dixieland Jass Band (which shortly thereafter changed the spelling of its name to "Original Dixieland Jazz Band"). Their 1917 recordings fostered popular awareness of this new style of music.
GEORGE JONES & MARGIE SINGLETON (Duets Country Style) LP-33 Album VG Mono 1962. Customs services and international tracking provided. HIGHER LEARNING 2-Laserdisc LD WIDESCREEN FORMAT VERY GOOD JOHN SINGLETON DIRECT. Gift Horses (Betty Singleton - 1965) (ID:37993). CHARLIE SINGLETON Man On A Mission CD 1989 EK-44320 OOP Cameo.
Singleton Palmer was an American jazz t and bandleader. In 1950 he left Basie's group and started his own band, the Dixieland Six. Robert Carter was the trombonist for the sextet. This Dixieland jazz ensemble continued playing in St. Louis into the 1980s. Palmer became a source for jazz historians late in his life, offering oral history testimonies of his early years in the music industry. Palmer began his career on tuba, playing with Oliver Cobb late in the 1920s. Cobb's group recorded for Paramount and Brunswick. From 1931-34 he played with Eddie Johnson, then joined Dewey Jackson until 1941. Following this he played sporadically with George Hudson up to 1948. Toward the end of the 1940s, Palmer began to get higher-profile performing and recording dates, including with Clark Terry in 1947 and Jimmy Forrest in 1948.
Louis Armstrong Only Original Hits. 1 more album featuring this track. Louis Armstrong (August 4, 1901 - July 6, 1971) nicknamed Satchmo or Pops, was an American jazz trumpeter and singer from New Orleans, Louisiana.
Watch Out for Wild Life. Dixieland Highway Parade. When The War Breaks Out in Mexico, I'm Going to Go to Montreal. Big Fat Minne (Ha-Ha-Ha). Black and White Rag. Coffee Stop.
Biography by Eugene Chadbourne. Providing a hearty bottom for many bands on either bass or tuba, this early jazz player remained on the St. Louis music scene his whole life. He first gained notoriety performing and recording on tub. ead Full Biography.
|A3||The Memphis Blues||3:26|
|A4||When My Sugar Walks Down The Street||3:56|
|A5||The Stars and Stripes Forever||2:07|
|B1||The Yellow Dog Blues||4:13|
|B3||South Rampart Street Parade||2:29|
- Clarinet – Norman Mason
- Cover – Chip Reay
- Drums – Ben Thigpen
- Photography By – Tom Morton
- Piano – Gus Perryman
- Trombone – Leon King
- Trumpet – Bill Martin
- Tuba, Cornet – Singleton Palmer
NotesSee r7908581 for stereo release.
See r11356263 for Sing Swings, Volume II.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Label Code (Label, Side A): RR4M-6316
- Label Code (Label, Side B): RR4M-6317
- Matrix / Runout (Runout, Side A (mostly etched)): RR4M-6316-1A ɪ
- Matrix / Runout (Runout, Side B (mostly etched)): RR4M-6317-1 ɪ
|OHR-1000S||Singleton Palmer||Sing Swings (LP, Album)||Opera House Records||OHR-1000S||US||1964|