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Bill Coleman And His Seven - Singing And Swinging (Vinyl)

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  1. BILL COLEMAN Vinyl Records and CDs From the s on, Coleman's swinging style and rhapsodic tone could be heard soloing with classic groups like the Benny Carter, Willie Lewis .
  2. Coleman's swinging, lyrical trumpet and the overall ambiance of these small group recordings are exceptional. Kentucky born Coleman spent his most creative years in Europe, where he was more famous. Many sides feature American pianist, Herman Chittison, jazz violinist, Stephane Grappelly and the great Django Reinhardt-among many others, all contributing excellent accompaniment.5/5(1).
  3. Yes, Bill Coleman was a brilliant swing trumpeter; in the league with Roy Eldridge, Harry Edison, Buck Clayton, Cootie Williams and the rest of them, a bit neglected in the USA because he spent most of his time in France and travelling around the world.3/5(1).
  4. Bill Coleman (born August 4, , Paris, Kentucky, USA - died August 24, , Toulouse, France) was an American swing jazz trumpeter. He started his career in in New York City. During the 's he toured Europe for extended periods and in moved permanently to France.
  5. Bill Coleman & His Orchestra: Way Down Yonder In New Orleans / I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate: SW. Swing (3) 10", 78 RPM,, France: Bill Coleman And His Swing Stars: Jazz At Pleyel: P R: Philips: LP, 10",, South Africa: Bill Coleman & His Orchestra: What Is This Thing Called Love? / Blues At Noon: SW. Swing (3.
  6. Vinyl and CD 1 – of Prev; 1; 2; Next; Jump to; Genre. Show. Cat# Artist Bill Coleman Plays The Blues (EP) 2 versions: ESDF France: Sell This Version: 2 versions Bill Coleman And His Seven: Singing And Swinging.
  7. Great later Coleman Hawkins on Impulse – just the sort of deep-toned, soulfully-blown record that makes all his sessions for the label so great! Hawk's very firmly in the lead on that classic tenor of his – but the rest of the lineup keeps things swinging too – with Snooky Young and Bill Berry on trumpets, Urbie Green on trombone, Barry Harris on piano, and Eddie Locke on drums.
  8. Willie Lewis And His Entertainers* - Willie Lewis And His Entertainers Featuring Benny Carter, Bill Coleman, Herman Chittison, Frank "Big Boy" Goodie ‎ (LP, .
  9. # AM1 to AN1: WOR Studio, NYC, November 29, (George Brunies And His Jazz Band) # AN2 to AN8: WOR Studio, NYC, November 30, (Wild Bill Davison And His Commodores) # AO1 to AO8: WOR Studio, NYC, December 2, (Eddie Condon And His Band) # AP1 to AP9; WOR Studio, NYC, December 4, (Coleman Hawkins And Leonard Feather's All Stars).

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