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The Chronological Classics: Eddie Lang 1927-1932 - Студийный альбом от Eddie Lang. В альбом вошло 22 треков.
Eddie Lang (born Salvatore Massaro, October 25, 1902 – March 26, 1933) is known as the father of jazz guitar. During the 1920s, he gave the guitar a prominence it previously lacked as a solo instrument, as part of a band or orchestra, and as accompaniment for vocalists. He recorded duets with guitarists Lonnie Johnson and Carl Kress, with jazz violinist Joe Venuti, and played rhythm guitar in the big bands of Paul Whiteman and Bing Crosby.
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Complete Jazz Series 1927 - 1932 - Eddie Lang. Открывайте новую музыку каждый день. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Миллионы композиций бесплатно и в хорошем качестве. Complete Jazz Series 1927 - 1932. Исполнитель: Eddie Lang.
One can't help but wonder where Lang might have gone on his instrument as the era of the electric guitar dawned, but his early death leaves nothing but "what if" conjecture on that subject. Lang was a much sought-after session player during his short life, and the sides released under his own name aren't necessarily his most influential, but it's nice to have them all in one set like this.
1357 Eddie Lang - 1927-1932 (2004) (Chronological)/20 - March Of The Hoodlums. 1357 Eddie Lang - 1927-1932 (2004) (Chronological)/i. 1357 Eddie Lang - 1927-1932 (2004) (Chronological)/07 - Rainbow Dreams. 1357 Eddie Lang - 1927-1932 (2004) (Chronological)/1927-1932. 1357 Eddie Lang - 1927-1932 (2004) (Chronological)/21 - Pickin' My Wa. lac - 1. 3. 1357 Eddie Lang - 1927-1932 (2004) (Chronological)/04 - A Little Love, A Little Kiss.
Album · 1998 · 24 Songs. Pioneers of Jazz Guitar - 1927-1939. The Ultimate Jazz Archive 18: Joe Venuti - Eddie Lang (1926-1933). The Very Best of Eddie Lang & Joe Venuti.
Eddie Lang (Main Performer), Eddie Lang (guitar) King Oliver (cornet) Lonnie Johnson (guitar) Hoagy Carmichael (percussion, vocal) Tommy Dorsey (trombone) Jimmy Dorsey (clarinet, alto sax) Joe Tarto (bass) Mildred Bailey (vocal) Carl Kress (guitar).
Eddie Lang (October 25, 1902 – March 26, 1933) was an American jazz guitarist, regarded by some as the Father of Jazz Guitar. He played a Gibson L-4 and L-5 guitar, providing great influence for many guitarists including Django Reinhardt. Lang was born Salvatore Massaro, the son of an Italian-American instrument maker in Philadelphia. He first took violin lessons for 11 years. In school he became friends with Joe Venuti, with whom he would work for much of his career. He was playing professionally by about 1918, playing violin, banjo and guitar
Eddie Lang, Tommy Dorsey. Eddie Lang - Feeling My Way (02-17-32) 02:56. Eddie Lang - What Kind O' Man Is You? (10-05-29) 03:25. Eddie Lang - March Of The Hoodlums (10-05-29) 03:20. Eddie Lang - Hot Heels (05-22-29) 03:03. Eddie Lang - Eddie's Twister (04-01-27) 02:54. Eddie Lang - Walkin' The Dog (10-05-29) 03:02.
|4||A Little Love, A Little Kiss||3:03|
|5||Melody Man's Dream||2:51|
|8||Add A Little Wiggle||2:54|
|10||I'll Never Be The Same||3:10|
|11||Church Street Sobbin' Blues||3:03|
|12||There'll Be Some Changes Made||3:10|
|13||Jet Black Blues||3:03|
|14||Blue Blood Blues||3:01|
|15||Bugle Call Rag||3:00|
|16||Freeze An' Melt||2:58|
|18||What Kind O' Man Is You?||3:25|
|19||Walkin' The Dog||3:03|
|20||March Of The Hoodlums||3:20|
|21||Pickin' My Way||3:04|
|22||Feeling My Way||2:57|
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