George Melly & The Mick Mulligan Jazz Band - Nothing Personal album flac
Title: Nothing Personal
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Many things could, and should, be said about the man everyone seemed to love, but nothing explained would quite sum-up a man who basically loved life. Miembros: Nevil Skrimshire. En Grupos: John Chilton's Feetwarmers, Mick Mulligan's Magnolia Jazz Band.
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Peter Sidney "Mick" Mulligan (24 January 1928, Harrow, Middlesex – 20 December 2006, Chichester, West Sussex) was an English jazz trumpeter and bandleader, best known for his presence on the trad jazz scene. Mulligan began playing trumpet while a student at Merchant Taylors' School. He entered into the family wine company, but was an alcoholic and eventually was pushed out of the business by his relatives. He then formed his Magnolia Jazz Band in 1948.
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Lyrics for top songs by Mick Mulligan's Magnolia Jazz Band feat. There'll Be Some Changes Made. Mick Mulligan's Magnolia Jazz Band, George Melly. Ding Dong Daddy From Dumas.
The final recording by Gerry Mulligan's Concert Jazz Band before he had to break it up is one of its lesser efforts but still quite worthwhile. With originals by Bob Brookmeyer, Gary McFarland and the baritonist/leader (in addition to the standards "Little Rock Getaway" and "My Kind of Love"), this is a high-quality if rather brief program. Trumpeter Clark Terry and guitarist Jim Hall co-star with Mulligan in the solo department. It is a pity that this orchestra could not prosper; all five of its recordings are worth getting.
|1.3||Ma Rainey's Black Bottom||3:11|
|1.4||Gulf Coast Blues||3:02|
|1.5||St. Louis Blues||4:49|
|1.6||Michigan Water Blues||2:28|
|1.7||Aunt Hagar's Blues||2:27|
|1.9||Sent For You Yesterday||3:03|
|1.10||Farewell To Storyville||3:31|
|1.11||Roll 'Em Pete||3:33|
|1.15||I'm A Ding Dong Daddy||2:08|
|1.17||Waiting For A Train||2:36|
|1.18||My Canary Has Circles Under His Eyes||2:49|
|2.1||King of the Zulus||2:20|
|2.3||Pleadin' For The Blues||2:52|
|2.4||Take Me For A Buggy Ride||2:39|
|2.9||How Long Blues||2:29|
|2.12||Down In Honky Tonk Town||3:20|
|2.13||Rock Island Line||3:20|
|2.14||Send Me To The 'Lectric Chair||3:37|
|2.16||Jazzbo Brown From Memphis Town||3:15|
NotesRecorded between 1950 and 1957
|LK.4226||George Melly with Mick Mulligan's Band*||George Melly with Mick Mulligan's Band* - Nothing Personal (LP, Album)||Decca||LK.4226||UK||1957|