Wild Bill Moore - Complete, Vol. 1: 1945-1948 album download
Tenor saxophonist Wild Bill Moore was one of the premier bar-walking, foot-stomping, honking-est players to strut the scene from his native Detroit to Los Angeles and back. His time after Louis Jordan and Jack McVea, and above Earl Bostic, set the pace for many a gutbucket player from Texas to follow in his footsteps during the '50s. He wasn't the first, but may have been the best of them all for his time
Complete, Vol. 1: 1945-1948. Tenor saxophonist Wild Bill Moore was one of the premier bar-walking, foot-stomping, honking-est players to strut the scene from his native Detroit to Los Angeles and back. He wasn't the first, but may have been the best of them all for his time
Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). 1. 30. Home Coming Blues. In later years Bill turned to playing pure Jazz, recording a couple of albums in 1961 for the Jazzland label (Wild Bill's Beat and Bottom Groove), and in 1971 his sax would be heard on the Marvin Gaye album What's Going On? As for the controversy as to whether it was his 1948 hit that coined the term "rock and roll" it's worth noting that it had been associated with "swing" music for quite some time.
Album: The Complete Recordings, Vol. 1 (1945 - 1948). The Complete Recordings, Vol. 1 (1945 - 1948): Best 2 songs. Milt Buckner, Paul Williams, Shifty Henry, . Fowler, Wild Bill Moore - South Parkway Hop 02:36. Fowler, Wild Bill Moore - What Is This Thing Called Love 13:31. Album: The Complete Recordings, Vol. Fowler, Wild Bill Moore: best 2 tracks, 2009 03:00. Milt Buckner - Pour toutes mes soeurs Green Onions, 2000 05:59.
RECORDED 0. Title The Complete Recordings Vol1 1945-1948. Author Wild Bill Moore. Reference ABS 110745. Label code bmcd 6042. Discs number 1. The Complete Recordings Vol1 1945-1948. CD 11,95 €. Quantity. Data sheet CD. FORMAT.
Wild Bill Moore songs download, free online mp3 listen. Wild Bill Davison - You Took Advantage Of Me. album: Garry Moore Presents My Kind Of Music.
Wild Bill Moore (William M. Moore, Houston, Texas, June 13, 1918 – August 1, 1983 Los Angeles, California) was an American rhythm & blues tenor saxophonist. Living in Detroit, he was Michigan's amateur Golden Gloves light heavyweight champion in 1937, and turned professional for a while, but also played the alto saxophone. By 1944 he had switched to tenor, influenced by Chu Berry and Illinois Jacquet, and made his first recordings with Christine Chatman, the wife of Memphis Slim.
In Groups: "Wild" Bill Moore And His Orchestra, Bill Doggett's Octet, Bill Moore And His Band, Christine Chatman & Her Orchestra, Slim Gaillard And His Boogiereeners, The Wild Bill Moore Twistet, Wild Bill Moore Quintet, Wild Bill Moore Sextet. Variations: Viewing All William "Wild Bill" Moore. Wild Bill" Moore, "Wild" Bill Moore, B. Moore, Bill Moore, Billy Moore, Moore, W. Moore, Wild Bill Moore, Wild Willie Moore, William Moore, William M. Moore, William Moore, Wm Moore. Blue Journey, Football Boogie (10").
|1||Home Coming Blues Wild Bill Moore||Wild Bill Moore||2:35|
|2||Boulevard Boogie Wild Bill Moore||Wild Bill Moore||2:47|
|3||Wild Bill||Wild Bill Moore||2:48|
|4||Wild Bill||Wild Bill Moore||2:47|
|5||Unfinished Bopera||Wild Bill Moore||2:28|
|6||What Is This Thing Called Love?||Wild Bill Moore||13:31|
|7||Harlem Parade Wild Bill Moore||Wild Bill Moore||2:35|
|8||Bubbles Wild Bill Moore||Wild Bill Moore||3:10|
|9||Swingin' for Pappy Wild Bill Moore||Wild Bill Moore||2:55|
|10||Bongo Bounce Wild Bill Moore||Wild Bill Moore||2:57|
|11||South Parkway Hop Wild Bill Moore||Wild Bill Moore||2:36|
|12||Rocking with Leroy Wild Bill Moore||Wild Bill Moore||2:50|
|13||We're Gonna Rock William Moore||Wild Bill Moore||2:42|
|14||Top and Bottom Wild Bill Moore||Wild Bill Moore||2:44|
|15||Dubble Bubble Wild Bill Moore||Wild Bill Moore||2:46|
|16||Rock and Roll Wild Bill Moore||Wild Bill Moore||2:51|
|17||Bright Light Blues Wild Bill Moore||Wild Bill Moore||3:11|
|18||Primavera Wild Bill Moore||Wild Bill Moore||2:48|
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