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Rosa Henderson With Fletcher Hendersons Jazz Five - Im A Good Gal / Papa Will Be Gone (Shellac)

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  1. Born James Fletcher Henderson December 18th, , in Cuthbert, Georgia and died December 28th, due to a stroke. Fletcher Henderson was very important to early jazz as leader of the first great jazz big band, as an arranger and composer in the s, and as a masterful talent scout.
  2. This website is dedicated to the outstanding Jazz/Blues guitar player, SCOTT HENDERSON. His impressive work over the years as co-leader of the group TRIBAL TECH, leader of his own ground breaking trio, and sideman to some of the best jazz artists of their generation, including the great Joe Zawinul, has elevated him to the front ranks of both Jazz and Blues.
  3. In , the Classic Blues series devoted a double CD to Rosa Henderson, a bluesy jazz singer who recorded about sides for a dozen labels during the years This woman's voice can really grow on you, and more people ought to get a chance to hear her sing.
  4. The Classic Chronological SeriesFLETCHER HENDERSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA / - Vol 8 Recording Period: Nov 23, to Apr 14, CD Classic (c) -.
  5. Henderson, Fletcher - A Study in Frustration/The Fletcher Henderson Story/Thesaurus of Classic Jazz Ken Burns Jazz-Fletcher Henderson Fletcher Henderson. out of 5 stars 8. Audio CD. $ I'm Coming Virginia/5(6).
  6. One of the early classic blues singers, Rosa Henderson (no relation to Fletcher or Horace Henderson) first began singing professionally in with her uncle's carnival celvnamurozulumi.xyzinfo was based in Texas until when she married Slim Henderson and began touring with the Mason Henderson Show. She mainly spent the '20s performing in musical comedies in New York.
  7. Jazz, Fletcher Henderson, Black Swan Records. The Classic Chronological Series. FLETCHER HENDERSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA / CD classic (c) - France. Black Swan Dance Orchestra. Fowler (Bassax) Fletcher Henderson (P,Arr) Charlie Dixon (Bj) New York, June 7,
  8. Rosa Henderson accompanied by Fletcher Henderson's Jazz Five - I'm A Good Gal (But I'm A Thousan' Miles From Home) Papa Will Be Gone; Harry Reser and his Orchestra. Hooray For The Irish - (Tom Stacks vocal) Masculine Women! Feminine Men! - (Tom Stacks vocal).

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