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Black Bottom - Vic Dickensons Quintet* - Vic Dickensons Quintet (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Vinyl: Physical description: 1 audio disc: analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo. ; 12 in. Date acquired: Not available: General note: Jazz quintet: piano, saxophone, trombone, bass, drums. Contents note: Rosetta -- Blue and brokenhearted -- Isle of golden dreams -- Dear old Southland -- Ding dong -- Penthouse serenade -- Black bottom -- Five o'clock.
  2. This CD reissue brings back an earlier LP (simply titled Vic Dickenson Quintet), adding three previously unheard alternate takes to the original eight-song program. A sideman during most of his career, the great trombonist Dickenson had several opportunities to record as a leader during
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  4. Vic Dickenson – Jazz trombonist. At a Glance . Selected recordings. Sources. Trombonist Vic Dickenson was a fixture during the golden era of jazz. He played with a long list of jazz stars, including Benny Carter, Henry “ Red ” Allen, and Bobby Hackett, and was a star of Count Basie ’ s legendary band. Most known for his humorous style, Dickenson also could evoke.
  5. Nov 15,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Vic Dickenson Septet ‎– Vic Dickenson Septet Vol. 1 YouTube Lionel Hampton And Stan Getz ‎– Hamp And Getz () (Full Album) - .
  6. (Virgin/Universal) LP Ltd roze vinyl, CD Hoewel al in de maak sinds zijn vorige soloplaat uit , werd dit derde album langdurig opgehouden door het album dat Kane maakte met The Last Shadow.
  7. Trombonist Vic Dickenson, a sideman during most of his career, had several long overdue opportunities to record as a leader during when he was finally being recognized as a major mainstream stylist. Dickenson, tenor saxophonist Buddy Tate, pianist Red Richards, bassist George Duvivier and drummer Oliver Jackson perform seven standards (including such off-the-wall vehicles as "Isle of 6/
  8. In , he recorded The Vic Dickenson Showcase for Vanguard with Ed Hall on clarinet and Ruby Braff on trumpet. In , Sydney Bechet made him come to France and play record at Brussel exposal. Dickenson was a member of "The World's Greatest Jazz Band", the house band at The Roosevelt Grill in New York City. [3].
  9. Vic (Victor) Dickenson (August 6, - November 16, ) was an African-American jazz trombonist. Dickenson's career started out in the s and led him through musical partnerships with such legends as Count Basie and Sidney Bechet. Also a soloist of wide acclaim, Vic Dickenson was known for the distinctive sound he coaxed out of the trombone.

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