- Performer:Buddy Tate
- Title:Swinging Scorpio
- Style:Jazz Instrument,Saxophone Jazz
- Date of release:July 3, 1974
- Recording date:July 3, 1974
- Recording location:Pye Studios, London, England
- Size FLAC version1971 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1355 megabytes
- Size WMA version1223 megabytes
- Formats:MP1 DXD MP2 WMA DTS TTA
On this CD reissue, tenor saxophonist Buddy Tate and trumpeter Humphrey Lyttelton (both of whom double on clarinet) perform eight of Buck's tunes in an English septet also including altoist Bruce Turner, Kathleen Stobart (on tenor and baritone), pianist Mick Pyne, bassist Dave Green and drummer Tony Mann.
Personnel for side one: Buddy Tate (tenor saxophone, clarinet), Pat Jenkins (trumpet), Eli Robinson (trombone), Ben Richardson (also saxophone clarinet), Skip Hall (piano), Everett Barksdale (guitar), Joe Benjamin (bass), Herbie Lovelle (drums). Recorded New York City, February 26th, 1958. Side Two: Buddy Tate (tenor saxophone), Buck Clayton (trumpet), Dicky Wells (trombone), Earl Warren (alto and baritone saxophone), Skip Hall (piano), Lord Westbrook (guitar), Aaron Bell (bass), Jo Jones (drums). Recorded New York City, February 12, 1958.
The Ballad Artistry of Buddy Tate. Broadway (Paris, France 1972).
ALBUM, TITLE: Swinging Like Tate 1959. Release year, date: 1988. 1. Bottle It (Skip Hall) 2. Walk That Walk (Dickie Wells) 3. Miss Sadie Brown (Eli Robinson) 4. Moon Eyes (Buddy Tate) 5. Rockin' Steve (Buck Clayton) 6. Rompin' With Buck (Buddy Tate). Бадди Тэйт (George Holmes 'Buddy' Tate; 22 февраля 1913 . Шерман - 10 февраля 2001 г. (87 лет), Чандлер) - американский джазовый тенор-саксофонист и кларнетист. В 1939 году присоединился к оркестру Каунта Бэйси и оставался с ним до 1948 года. В 70-х сотрудничал с Бенни Гудменом, соруководил группой вместе с Полом Куиничеттом.
When Herschel Evans died in 1939, Buddy Tate took his place in the Count Basie band. Basie used Tate's muscular, blues- based tenor as a foil to the lighter toned playing of Lester Young. Tate played with Basie for the next nine years fulfilling the same role with Young's successors, Don Byas, Illinois Jacquet, Lucky Thompson and Paul Gonsalves. He went on to play with Hot Lips Page, was in singer Jimmy Rushing's backing band, and from 1953-1974 led the house band at New York's Celebrity Club. It's all good, solidly swinging stuff but-unlike the first album- marred just a little by predictability. Guarnieri plays well but lacks the flare and fire of Montoliu and Dickenson is sometimes a wee bit too tailgate for comfort. All in all, a highly enjoyable chance to listen once more to one of the greats of the jazz Second Division: Buddy Tate, from Sherman, Texas.
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2 Lester Leaps In. 3 Fourmost. 1978 Buddy Tate Meets Dollar Brand. 1 Goduka Mfundi(Going Home). 4 In A Sentimental Mood. 6 Just You, Just Me. 1984 Buddy Tate Meets Torsten Zwingenberger. 8 Mean to Me. 9 I Surrender Dear. 11 Take the "A" Train.
Retrieved July 27, 2018. Buck Meets Ruby is an album by trumpeters Buck Clayton and Ruby Braff which was recorded in 1954 and released on the Vanguard label originally as a four track 10-inch LP. Live at Sandy's. Live at Sandy's is a live album by saxophonist Buddy Tate which was recorded at Sandy's Jazz Revival in 1978 and released on the Muse label in 1980. Steve Jordan (guitarist). Steve Jordan (January 15, 1919 – September 13, 1993) was an American jazz guitarist.
Swinging Scorpio-Buddy Tate текст песни. Swinging Scorpio-Buddy Tate текст песни.
Продавец: Интернет-магазин Ozon. Адрес: Россия, Москва, Пресненская набережная, 10. ОГРН: 1027739244741
CreditsLarry Bartlett - Engineer
Alan Bates - Producer
Buck Clayton - Arranger, Composer
David Green - Bass
Humphrey Lyttelton - Clarinet, Performer, Primary Artist, Producer, Trumpet
Tony Mann - Drums
Mick Pyne - Piano
David Redfern - Photography
Kathleen Stobart - Clarinet, Sax (Baritone), Sax (Tenor)
Buddy Tate - Clarinet, Performer, Primary Artist, Sax (Tenor)
Bruce Turner - Clarinet, Sax (Alto)
Malcolm Walker - Design
|1||Kansas City Woman Buck Clayton||Buddy Tate feat: Humphrey Lyttelton||5:45|
|2||The One For Me Buck Clayton||Buddy Tate feat: Humphrey Lyttelton||7:24|
|3||Pamela Buck Clayton||Buddy Tate feat: Humphrey Lyttelton||6:02|
|4||Candyville Buck Clayton||Buddy Tate feat: Humphrey Lyttelton||4:14|
|5||Outswinger Buck Clayton||Buddy Tate feat: Humphrey Lyttelton||5:30|
|6||Steevos Buck Clayton||Buddy Tate feat: Humphrey Lyttelton||5:50|
|7||Clarinet Lemonade Buck Clayton||Buddy Tate feat: Humphrey Lyttelton||3:09|
|8||Swinging Scorpio Buck Clayton||Buddy Tate feat: Humphrey Lyttelton||4:45|