Bennie Moten - In Chronology - 1927-1929 album flac
Title: In Chronology - 1927-1929
Style: Big Band
MP3 album: 1526 mb
FLAC album: 1209 mb
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Benjamin "Bennie" Moten (November 13, 1894 – April 2, 1935) was an American jazz pianist and band leader born and raised in Kansas City, Missouri. He led the Kansas City Orchestra, the most important of the regional, blues-based orchestras active in the Midwest in the 1920s, and helped to develop the riffing style that would come to define many of the 1930s Big Bands.
In Chronology - 1923-1927. In Chronology - 1929-1930. In Chronology - 1927-1929. In Chronology - 1930-1932. In Chronology 1923-1927. 2018 Remastered Version. In Chronology 1927-1929. In Chronology 1930-1932.
During the period covered by this second of four Classics CDs, Bennie Moten's Kansas City Orchestra was at the peak of its powers, dominating the jazz scene of the Midwest. There were not a lot of famous names in the group yet, but the soloists were colorful, and the band's ensembles could really rock in a pre-swing manner. The main players at the time included cornetist Ed Lewis, Harlan Leonard on various reeds, baritonist Jack Washington and Moten himself on piano
In Chronology 1923-1927. Bennie Moten - She's Sweeter Than Sugar 02:33. Bennie Moten - South Street Blues 02:45. Bennie Moten - Sister Honky Tonk 02:38.
|1||The New Tulsa Blues||3:06|
|3||12th Street Rag||3:21|
|4||Pass Out Lightly (There Ain't Nothin' To It)||3:07|
|10||It's Hard To Laugh Or Smile||2:43|
|11||Sad Man Blues||3:19|
|12||Kansas City Breakdown||2:55|
|13||Trouble In Mind||3:08|
|14||Hot Water Blues||2:32|
|15||Get Low-Down Blues||2:58|
|16||She's No Trouble (Sweetheart)||3:22|
|19||Let's Get It||3:18|
|20||Kansas City Squabble||2:50|
|23||That's What I'm Talking About||3:05|
|CLASSICS 558||Bennie Moten's Kansas City Orchestra||1927-1929 (CD, Comp)||Classics||CLASSICS 558||France||1990|