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Darnell Howard / Omer Simeon 1929 - Pioneers Of Jazz 15 (Vinyl)

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  1. Oct 26,  · arr. Henry Woode / solos: Walter Fuller (tp), Cecil Irwin (ts), Billy Franklin (tb), Fuller (tp), Darnell Howard (as), Hines (p), Omer Simeon (cl) 4. A Monday Date (Hines) - dec. 11, piano solo: Earl Hines 5. Rosetta (Hines - Woode) - feb. 13, arr. Cecil Irwin / solos: Walter Fuller (tp), Hines (p), Darnell Howard (as) 6.
  2. Vinyl und CDs -Diskographie; 16 Releases 3 Omer Simeon - Darnell Howard / Omer Simeon ‎ (7 Jazz Society: AA France: Unknown: Diese Version verkaufen: EPC: Omer Simeon: Pioneers Of Jazz (Omer Simeon Dixie Rhythm Kings ).
  3. Vinyl, January 1, "Please retry" $ — $ Audio CD $ 2 New from $ Vinyl He died unexpectedly and was replaced by Omer Simeon. Darnell Howard then replaces Simeon for the eight titles from Minor Hall replaces Alton Redd on drums for all but four of the numbers. a giant in the history of jazz music. Nesuhi 5/5(4).
  4. Darnell Howard / Omer Simeon Pioneers of Jazz, Darnell Howard / Omer Simeon () [EP] Number 15 in a series of 20 'Pioneers of Jazz' EPs released in with covers designed by Klaus Voormann. Number 15 in a series of 20 'Pioneers of Jazz' EPs released in with covers designed by Klaus Voormann. Omer Simeon.
  5. Alto Saxophone – Darnell Howard Banjo – Cecil White Clarinet – Omer Simeon Double Bass – Harry Gray Drums – Jasper Taylor Piano – Jimmy Prince* Tenor Saxophone [Possibly] – Cecil Irwin Trombone – Gerald Reeves Trumpet – Reuben Reeves, Unknown Artist Vocals – Blanche Calloway: 10 – Ruben "River" Reeves And His River.
  6. Jimmy Noone / A1: It's Tight Like That A2: My Daddy Rocks Me B1: Oh, Sister Ain't That Hot B2: King Joe: Coral Germany: 94 EP: Darnell Howard/Omer Simeon Jimmy Bertrand's Washboard Wizards A1: Isabella A2: I Won't Give You None Omer Simeon Trio B1: Beaukoo Jack B2: Smoke House Blues: Coral Germany: 94 EP.
  7. Jan 01,  · Reuben Reeves & Omer Simeon Complete Recorded Works With the success of Louis Armstrong’s recordings for Okeh, several other labels in signed promising trumpeter-vocalists in the hope of equaling Armstrong’s success. Victor recorded Henry “Red” Allen and Brunswick documented Jabbo Smith while Vocalion signed Reuben “River” Reeves.

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