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Title: Live At The Savoy
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Stompin' at the Savoy – Live is an album by American R&B/funk band Rufus with singer Chaka Khan, released on the Warner Bros. Records label in 1983
Records Inc. for the . and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the . Tracks 1-1 to 2-4 recorded "live" at the Savoy Theatre, New York, on February 12-14, 1982. Audio recording by Le Mobile. Studio cuts (tracks 2-5 to 2-8) recorded at Warner Bros.
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Rufus' 1983 double LP, Stompin' at the Savoy (Live) was an ambitious, eccentric, and occasionally patchy affair that grew out of a series of live shows the group staged during 1982. The idea for this set, and what ultimately became the group's last album, grew out of those live shows.
The most iconic of all the bars in The Savoy; the American Bar is a stand-alone institution within the bar industry. Award-winning cocktails and bartenders. The menu mirrors the track listings of an album, with each cocktail’s title playfully referring to a memorable line in the song that provides its inspiration. The songs themselves, their lyrics, melodies and soulfulness are reflected in the ingredients, styles and spirits used in the drinks. Jazz standard ‘Beyond the Sea’ inspires Somewhere Sailin’ a moody cocktail that reflects the tempestuous nature of the ocean, whilst Sun, Sun, Sun, based on George Harrison’s uplifting track, shines with sunny flavours like orange blossom, yuzu wine and lime. Live Entertainment at the American Bar. A pianist aptly playing the best of American Jazz entertains guests in the American Bar every evening of the week.
The title Stompin’ at the Savoy refers to the Savoy Ballroom in the Harlem neighborhood of New York City. It was originally located at 596 Lenox Avenue, between West 140th and 141st Streets. The Savoy opened in 1926 and featured a large 10,000 square foot dance floor which began to attract the best dancers in New York. A number of dance crazes began or at least were initially popularized at the Savoy, most notably the Lindy Hop, a partnered jazz dance that evolved into the jitterbug and subsequently East Coast Swing. The Savoy Ballroom was torn down in 1958 to make way for a housing project. In its place today is a commemorative plaque with the text
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Stompin' at the Savoy" is a 1934 jazz standard composed by Edgar Sampson. It is named after the famed Harlem nightspot the Savoy Ballroom in New York City. Uploaded on Feb 28, 2018. Leadsheet in F Major. Stompin' at the Savoy" is a 1934 jazz standard composed by Edgar Sampson.