Marian McPartland / Jess Stacy - Marian McPartland's Piano Jazz with Guest Jess Stacy flac mp3
Jess Stacy (August 11, 1904 – January 1, 1995) was an American jazz pianist who gained prominence during the Swing era. more . Year: 1981.
Marian McPartland's Piano Jazz with Steely Dan is a jazz album released in 2005. The album consists of songs and conversations recorded during a 2002 visit by the jazz-rock band Steely Dan to Piano Jazz, a radio program hosted by Marian McPartland. Steely Dan are backed by a jazz trio that includes McPartland on the piano. This album is one of a number of albums released of recordings from the Piano Jazz show. Conversation" – 1:38. Limbo Jazz" (Duke Ellington) – 2:42. Conversation" – 5:07.
Marian McPartland's Piano Jazz. toggle caption William P. Gottlieb/Ira and Leonore S. Gershwin Fund Collection, Music Division, Library of Congress. Jess Stacy On Piano Jazz. August 10, 2018, As one of the leading pianists of the swing era, Stacy was best known for his work with the Benny Goodman Orchestra and had a prolific career before stepping back from the music world in the 1950's.
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The Official Page for Marian McPartland's Piano Jazz from NPR Music, the longest running music program. 21 at First United Methodist Church of Valparaiso with Jon Weber and Stacy Sullivan presenting a tribute to Marian McPartland, a jazz pianist who hosted her NPR program Piano Jazz and died in 2013. Marian McPartland's Piano Jazz from NPR. 1 September ·. Our condolences to Randy Weston's family and loved ones today. Pianist Randy Weston, An Eloquent Spokesman For Jazz's Bond with African Culture, Dies at 92. Randy Weston, a pianist and composer who devoted more than half a century to the exploration of jazz’s deep connection with Africa, died on Saturday at. See al. .
John Medeski, Marian McPartland. Marian McPartland, John Medeski - Bemsha Swing 03:19. Marian McPartland, John Medeski - Conversation 02:25. Marian McPartland, John Medeski - Threnody 03:54. Marian McPartland, John Medeski - Conversation 04:11.
Sheet Music and Tabs for Marian McPartland. Margaret Marian McPartland, OBE (née Turner; 20 March 1918 – 20 August 2013), was an English-born jazz pianist, composer, and writer. She was the host of Marian McPartland's Piano Jazz on National Public Radio from 1978 until 2011. After her marriage to Jimmy McPartland in February 1945, she resided in the USA when not traveling throughout the world to perform. In 1969 she founded Halcyon Records, a recording company that produced albums for ten years. Marian McPartland's Piano Jazz With Guest Mary Lou Williams.
|1||Dancing Fool Harry Beasley Smith / Ted Snyder / Francis Wheeler||Marian McPartland / Jess Stacy||1:23|
|2||Lover Man Jimmy Davis / Roger "Ram" Ramirez / Jimmy Sherman||Marian McPartland / Jess Stacy||3:33|
|3||Oh Baby Buddy DeSylva / Walter Donaldson||Marian McPartland / Jess Stacy||0:38|
|4||Keepin' Out of Mischief Now Andy Razaf / Fats Waller||Marian McPartland / Jess Stacy||3:17|
|5||Improv In A Minor||Marian McPartland / Jess Stacy||0:28|
|6||Autumn in New York Vernon Duke||Marian McPartland / Jess Stacy||3:51|
|7||(I Would Do) Anything for You Alexander Hill / Claude Hopkins / Bobby Williams||Marian McPartland / Jess Stacy||3:40|
|8||Moon Mist Mercer Ellington||Marian McPartland / Jess Stacy||2:12|
|9||Moon Mist Mercer Ellington||Marian McPartland / Jess Stacy||0:29|
|10||[Untitled Track] Marian McPartland / Jess Stacy||Marian McPartland / Jess Stacy||1:25|
|11||Heavy Hearted Blues Leonard Feather||Marian McPartland / Jess Stacy||4:56|
|12||[Untitled Track] Marian McPartland / Jess Stacy||Marian McPartland / Jess Stacy||1:22|
|13||St. Louis Blues W.C. Handy||Marian McPartland / Jess Stacy||3:47|
CreditsBarbara Bordnick - Photography
Chuck Britts - Engineer
Joseph Byrne - Cover Design
Jimmy Davis - Composer
Buddy DeSylva - Composer
Walter Donaldson - Composer
Vernon Duke - Composer
Mercer Ellington - Composer
Charles C. Emory - Production Coordination
Leonard Feather - Composer
W.C. Handy - Composer
Alexander Hill - Composer
Claude Hopkins - Composer
George Horn - Mastering
John McDonough - Liner Notes
Marian McPartland - Composer, Piano, Primary Artist
Dick Phipps - Photography, Producer
Roger "Ram" Ramirez - Composer
Andy Razaf - Composer
Bill Sexton - Post Production Engineer
Jimmy Sherman - Composer
Harry Beasley Smith - Composer
Ted Snyder - Composer
Jess Stacy - Composer, Primary Artist
Fats Waller - Composer
Francis Wheeler - Composer
Bobby Williams - Composer
Sandi Young - Cover Art