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Vic Dickenson - Breaks, Blues & Boogies album download
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Vic Dickenson - Breaks, Blues & Boogies album download

Performer:
Vic Dickenson
Album:
Breaks, Blues & Boogies
Style:
Swing,Jazz Instrument,Trombone Jazz
Released:
April 1, 1941 - September 6, 1946
Genre:
Duration:
01:11:07
MP3 archive size:
1762 mb
FLAC archive size:
1428 mb
Other formats:
WMA ADX FLAC AIFF DMF MP3
Rating:
4.9
Votes:
352

Prior to leading several fine recording ensembles during the 1950s, trombonist Vic Dickenson made a name for himself as an expressive, resilient sideman during the 1930s and '40s. Breaks, Blues & Boogies, a 21-track salute released by Topaz Jazz in 1997, concentrates upon his adventures during the years 1941-1946 as he sat in with ensembles led by saxophonists Coleman Hawkins, Benny Carter, Lester Young, and Lem Davis, trumpeter Louis Armstrong, clarinetist Edmond Hall, and pianists James P. Johnson, Albert Ammons, Mary Lou Williams, and Eddie Heywood.

CD showcases trombonists Vic Dickenson's work as a sideman with various ensembles from 1941-1946. Collective personnel is listed.

All the great songs and lyrics from the "Breaks, Blues & Boogies" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. Vic (Victor) Dickenson (August 6, 1906 – November 16, 1984) was an African-American jazz trombonist. Dickenson's career started out in the 1920s and led him through musical partnerships with such legends as Count Basie (1940–41), Sidney Bechet (1941) and Earl Hines. Also a soloist of wide acclaim. ore . Year: 1997.

Breaks, Blues & Boogies is a swing music boxset, compilation recording by VIC DICKENSON released in 1997 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. Lem Davis Sextette . 2:47 18 –Louis Armstrong & His Hot Seven Sugar 3:23 19 –Louis Armstrong & His Hot Seven Blues In The South 3:05 20 –Louis Armstrong & His Hot Seven Blues For Yesterday 2:38 21 –Louis Armstrong & His Hot Seven I Want A Little Girl 3:06.

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Vic could handle any tempo with his big, breathy sound. Before joining Count Basie in 1940, he worked with Benny Carter, Blanche Calloway and Claude Hopkins. In the 50s he played with Billie Holiday, Coleman Hawkins and Red Allen. Photo by Art Kane About harlem. Breaks, Blues And Boogies. The Essential Vic Dickenson.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 My Favourite Blues Benny Carter Vic Dickenson feat: Benny Carter & His Orchestra 3:13
2 Downtown Cafe Boogie Edmond Hall / Eddie Heywood Vic Dickenson feat: Edmond Hall 4:21
3 Uptown Cafe Blues Vic Dickenson / Edmond Hall Vic Dickenson feat: Edmond Hall 4:24
4 The Breaks Lester Young Vic Dickenson feat: Albert Ammons 3:11
5 I Can't Believe That You're in Love with Me Clarence Gaskill / Jimmy McHugh Vic Dickenson feat: Eddie Heywood 3:12
6 Blue Mizz James P. Johnson Vic Dickenson feat: James P. Johnson 3:55
7 Victory Stride James P. Johnson Vic Dickenson feat: James P. Johnson 4:05
8 Joy-Mentin' James P. Johnson Vic Dickenson feat: James P. Johnson 4:32
9 After You're Gone Henry Creamer / Turner Layton Vic Dickenson 4:30
10 Just You, Just Me Jesse Greer / Raymond Klages Vic Dickenson feat: Eddie Heywood and His Orchestra 3:13
11 Ygon Mili Jam Session Mary Lou Williams Vic Dickenson feat: Mary Lou Williams 3:16
12 I'm Through with Love Gus Kahn / Fud Livingston / Matty Malneck Vic Dickenson feat: Coleman Hawkins & His Orchestra 3:15
13 My Blue Heaven Walter Donaldson / George A. Whiting Vic Dickenson feat: Leroy Davis 3:07
14 D.B. Blues Carl Beaks / Lester Young Vic Dickenson feat: L. Young 3:02
15 Lester Blows Again Lester Young Vic Dickenson feat: L. Young 2:33
16 Jammin' with Lester Lester Young Vic Dickenson feat: L. Young 3:06
17 G.U.M.P.E.Y. Vic Dickenson 2:50
18 Sugar Edna Alexander / Sidney Mitchell / Maceo Pinkard Vic Dickenson feat: Louis Armstrong 3:26
19 Blues in the South Ian Carr / William Johnstone Vic Dickenson feat: Louis Armstrong & His Hot Seven 3:08
20 Blues for Yesterday Lester Carr Vic Dickenson feat: Louis Armstrong & His Hot Seven 2:40
21 I Want a Little Girl Murray Mencher / Billy Moll Vic Dickenson feat: Louis Armstrong & His Hot Seven 3:06