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California Here I Come - Eddie Condon*, Bud Freeman* - Jammin At Commodore (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Apr 13,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - The Eel (Bud Freeman) - Eddie Condon & His Orchestra (arr. Alex Hill) YouTube Jack Teagarden featuring Bobby Hackett, Bud Freeman, Bob Wilber & others - Duration:
  2. B3 Tappin' At The Commodore Till. Band –Bud Freeman And His Gang. Band –Bud Freeman Trio. Band –The Jess Stacy/Bud Freeman Du. Band –Eddie Cochran And His Windy City Seven. Band –Eddie Cochran And His Band.
  3. Eddie Condon's Treasury of Jazz () was a collection of articles co-edited by Condon and Richard Gehman. A latter-day collaborator, clarinetist Kenny Davern, described a Condon gig: "It was always a thrill to get a call from Eddie and with a gig involved even more so.
  4. Independent record label founded by Milt Gabler, as an offshoot of his legendary mid-Manhattan Commodore Music Shop. Commodore was one of the first record companies whose principal motivation was a deep love for the music and a desire to celebrate jazz and its players. The label's major body of work is from the 's, releasing.
  5. Saxophonist Bud Freeman composed “The Eel” for a Eddie Condon recording session. One of the first bandleaders to include the tenor saxophone in the front line of a “hot” band, Condon often picked Bud Freeman to fill the slot. Guest Bobby ‘Lips’ Levine is one of the foremost exponents of Bud Freeman’s playing style.
  6. Jan 24,  · Eddie Condon and his groups made occasional television appearances through the years, some of which can be found on You Tube. ’s Chicago And All That Jazz (which teams Condon in a reunion with McPartland, Teagarden, Russell, Freeman, and Krupa) was released as a DVD as was a special sponsored by Goodyear Tires that has him leading a group with Wild Bill .
  7. Eddie Condon's was the name of three successive jazz venues in New York run by jazz banjoist, guitarist, and bandleader Eddie Condon from until the mids. In , Red Balaban took over the management of the club. Ed Polcer was also a part-owner at the time of the club's closing.
  8. a. P Keep Smiling At Trouble - (Al Jolson, Buddy DeSylva, Lewis E. Gensler) Mosaic CDr: CDr - The Complete Commodore Jazz Recordings b. P Keep Smiling At Trouble - (Al Jolson, Buddy DeSylva, Lewis E. Gensler) Mosaic CDr: CDr - The Complete Commodore Jazz Recordings.

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