Earl ''fatha'' hines - and his all stars album flac
Title: and his all stars
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Biography by Scott Yanow. Charismatic pianist of the early days of jazz whose unusual rhythms changed the course of music. Fatha and His Flock on Tour.
On the second of two LPs featuring the great pianist Earl Hines with a Dixieland band, it seems strange to hear Hines play such warhorses as "High Society," "That's a Plenty" and "Royal Garden Blues," but the power and enthusiasm of the frequently riotous frontline (cornetist Muggsy Spanier, trombonist Jimmy Archey and clarinetist Darnell Howard) causes the music to be quite exciting. It's recommended more for Spanier fans than for Hines collectors.
Earl Hines and His Orchestra –I Love You Because I Love You (Instrumental). Earl Fatha Hines & His Orchestra –Rosetta. Earl Fatha Hines & His Orchestra –You Can Depend On Me. 2:43. Earl 'Fatha' Hines and His Orchestra –Boogie Woogie On St Louis Blues. Earl Hines and His Orchestra –Tippin' at the Terrace. Earl Hines and His Orchestra –Father Steps In. 2:42. Earl Fatha Hines and his Orchestra –Hollywood Hop. 3:06. Earl Hines & His Orchestra –Have You Ever Felt That Way. 2:50. Earl Hines and His Orchestra –Cavernism.
GNP Crescendo GNPS9042 - 1978. Price : 1. 6 €. Format : LP. Cover condition : EX (Excellent) Media condition : EX (Excellent). earl hines earl fatha hines and his orchestra. Epic - US - EE 22021 - -. Sell. Price : . 2 €. Cover condition : EX (Excellent) Media condition : NM (Near Mint).
Universally known as Earl "Fatha" Hines. He is recognized as being one of the most important pianists in the history of jazz.
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Earl Hines played trumpet briefly as a youth before switching to piano. His first major job was accompanying vocalist Lois Deppe, and he made his first recordings with Deppe and his orchestra in 1922. The following year, Hines moved to Chicago where he worked with Sammy Stewart and Erskine Tate's Vendome Theatre Orchestra. He started teaming up with Louis Armstrong in 1926, and the two masterful musicians consistently inspired each other. In 1948, the economic situation forced Hines to break up his orchestra. After leaving Armstrong in 1951, Hines moved to Los Angeles and later San Francisco, heading a Dixieland band. Although his style was much more modern, Hines kept the group working throughout the 1950s, at times featuring Muggsy Spanier, Jimmy Archey, and Darnell Howard.
His father Joseph Hines was a foreman on the coal docks who supervised the loading of coal barges. Earl's mother died when he was three and his father remarried. His parents, his step brother and sister, grandparents, uncles and cousins all lived in a twelve room house at the end of town on top of Grant Avenue. On their property they had a large garden and raised chickens and hogs. Earl had to walk 25 blocks down hill to get to school. Hines took a regular gig playing at the Hangover Club in San Francisco from 1955 into the early 1960s. He continued record and tour in Canada, England, and the European during this time.