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Bill Coleman - Bill and the Boys album mp3
  • Performer:
    Bill Coleman
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    Bill and the Boys
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    1594 megabytes
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    1807 megabytes
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    1356 megabytes
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Bill And The Boys from Bill Coleman () (LP). This is a scan done by us, but as we have often several items in stock, it may be from a different item.

William Johnson Coleman (August 4, 1904 in Paris, Kentucky – August 24, 1981 in Toulouse) was a jazz trumpeter. In 1909 Coleman's family moved from Kentucky to Cincinnati. His first musical explorations were on clarinet and C melody saxophone, but he eventually settled on trumpet. As a young man he worked as a messenger for the Western Union telegraph company. He studied with Cincinnati trumpeter Theodore Carpenter, and played in an amateur band led by trombonist .

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With Bill in the saddle, the ad hoc all-star charity gigs (for which purposes their participants had been collectively known as The All Star Band) slowly developed into a solo project that he christened Willie & The Poor Boys, with Bill - or William Perks, as he'd been known in his pre-Stones days - as the titular Willie. Leaving aside such knockabout ribaldry, the name was primarily inspired by Willy & The Poor Boys, a 1970 album by one of Bill's favourite bands, Creedence Clearwater Revival. Willie and the Poor Boys. Baby Please Don't Go (J Williams) (Leeds Music Corp, ASCAP).

While this music has no surprises, it's delightful in its relaxed swing and joyous delivery. Webster and Coleman play well off each other and the band supports the two horn men with real panache. In particular, the Django Reinhardt-esque guitar playing of Jim Douglas adds a European flair to the proceedings. Highlights include the upbeat "But Not For Me" and the delicate ballad, "For All We Know.

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Philippe Baudoin - Piano
Marcel Bornstein - Trumpet
Jacques Caroff - Clarinet
Bill Coleman - Primary Artist, Trumpet
Raymond Fonseque - Trombone
Jean-Paul Muriel - Banjo
Claude Pou - Washboard