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Swingin At The Savoy - Mitch Woods And His Rocket 88s - Jump For Joy (CD, Album)

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  1. Melissa Williams Safe Quickstep "Swingin' at the Savoy"—Mitch Woods & His Rocket 88 's Tony Meredith Melanie LaPatin Izaak Smith Allie Bertram Hip-hop "Tell W.W. and the Dixie Dancekings (1, words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article.
  2. Find Henry Glover credit information on AllMusic. A pioneering behind-the-scenes figure, Henry Glover was one of the first truly successful black executives in the music business, rising to prominence in the late '40s with Syd Nathan's independent (and.
  3. Clarinetist and popular band leader; known as the "King of Swing." His popularity ans the success of his band helped establish the swing era in the early s. He was the first white bandleader to hire black musicians in his band.
  4. Jul 31,  · Tomorrow, I will run my review of his CD/DVD on Delmark, Man on the Moon. With an efficient backing trio laying down steady, funk-tinged grooves, Byther Smith blasts out some stinging blues guitar and pleads his blues with plenty of heart on his third Delmark album Hold That Train.
  5. May 16,  · Mitch Woods and his rocket 88s, Whiskey on the shelf, Cuban Club Band shell, 29th annual WMNF Tropical Heatwave, Ybor City, FL,
  6. Mitch Woods and His Rocket 88' new CD Jump for Joy is the best yet from this veteran Bay Area blues and boogie-woogie pianist. The big-band arrangements add a lot to the music and re-create the sound of classic jump-band music while Woods and Company do all-original material.
  7. "A terrific piece of work—creative, imaginative, well written. Jump for Joy is the sort of book that should end up on the reading list of courses in American cultural history, African American studies, music and dance. It is also the sort of book that should reach an audience outside the academy."—Shane White, coauthor of Stylin': African American Expressive.
  8. Jump blues, rock-a-boogie, boogie-woogie - call it what you like, blues fans and piano lovers will Jump For Joy over the new release by Mitch Woods and His Rocket 88s. The San Francisco bluesman, long known for his showmanship and flair onstage, has finally realized a long-running dream; to get back to the jump blues sound of the great big-band.

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