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9 thoughts on “ King Of The Zulus - Clarence Williams - 1926-1927 (CD)

  1. 26 track collection of songwriter and pianist Clarence Williams recorded with various groups - Dixie Washboard Band, Blue Grass Footwarmers, Clarence Williams' Washboard Five. Tracks include: Livin'' High, My Own Blues, How Could I Be Blue?, King of the Zulus, Cushion Foot Stomp, Candy Lips.
  2. Early life. Born in New York City, Williams is the son of a professional musician, Clarence "Clay" Williams Jr., and grandson of jazz and blues composer/pianist Clarence Williams and his singer-actress wife, Eva Taylor. Raised by his paternal grandmother, he became interested in acting after accidentally walking onto a stage at a theater below a Harlem YMCA.
  3. Songtexte von Clarence Williams mit deutschen Übersetzungen, Lyrics, Liedtexte und Musik-Videos kostenlos auf bomtolaworkcalhaynpowupvetasoundblac.xyzinfo
  4. The third CD in the Classics label's Clarence Williams program reissues all of the pianist/bandleader's dates from a ten-month period, 23 selections in all. Such groups as Joe Jordan's Ten Sharps and Flats (performing a memorable version of "Morocco Blues"), The Dixie Washboard Band, The Blue Grass Foot Warmers and Clarence Williams's Stompers (or Blue Seven or Jazz Kings or Washboard Four).9/
  5. Ambassador of Jazz - a replica of Louis Armstrong's travel trunk, this includes 10 CDs, a page book and sheet music and scores. All mastered by the New York record producer Russ Titelman: 7 CDs of previously released material covering his entire career/5(14).
  6. Clarence Williams' name appears as composer or co-composer on numerous tunes, including a number which by Williams' own admission were written by others but which Williams bought all rights to outright, as was a common practice in the music publishing business at the time.
  7. The first CD (exept for the last track, the excellent insturmental "Chicago Breakdown") is material from when Armstrong was a mere sessionman, before he became leader of the Hot Fives and Hot Sevens. The first five are by Joe "King" Oliver and in my opinion are some of the best songs on CD/5(3).
  8. – Clarence Williams And His Bottomland Orchestra: Zulu Wail (Instr.) 15 – Clarence Williams' Orchestra* Shooting The Pistol: 16 – Clarence Williams' Orchestra* Bottomland: 17 – Clarence Williams' Jazz Kings: I'm Goin' Back To Bottomland: 18 – Clarence Williams' Jazz Kings: You'll Long For Me (When The Cold 4/5(1).
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