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Limehouse Blues - Chu Berry And His Stompy Stevedores - Chu


1974
Label: Columbia Special Products - JEE 22007 • Series: Epic Encore Series - JEE 22007 • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation, Reissue, Mono Gatefold • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Swing, Big Band
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Post a Comment. Sunday, July 10, Chu Berry Jam - Some years ago Limehouse Blues - Chu Berry And His Stompy Stevedores - Chu Mosaic label released a box set devoted to the Columbia and Victor sessions featuring Chu Berry in various settings worth looking for.

In all, 16 sides from these sessions were released and later re-issued in the Chronogical Classics series shown below. My Limehouse Blues - Chu Berry And His Stompy Stevedores - Chu from this session are the instrumental versions of Indiana and Limehouse Blues, inserted below from uploaded YouTube audio-videos. In his Solography on Chu Berry, Jan Evensmo had this comment on the March 23, session: " Although some music is good, the general result is not what one should expect from this group.

The main reason may be that the rhythm section is too heavy. On neither side a satisfying easy rhythmic balance is achieved. As the band title indicates, Im Leaving It All Up To You - The Osmonds, Donny Osmond, Donny & Marie Osmond, Marie Osmond - Osmon is simply "stompy" swing music without ambitions.

Columbia - Chuberry Jam The second session for Variety was scheduled on September 10, and again yielded four issued sides. Again Jan Evensmo is not too enthusiastic with this session, he writes in his Solography: " Chu's second session under his own leadership, with musicians from Cab Calloway's band, is, like the first, not wholly successful. The rhythm section, which does such an excellent job with the full orchestra, is in this context much too heavy and without swing.

There are no ambitions behind this music, though the idea is probably to make simple and solid music, and, as such, it is in many ways both efficient and enjoyable. I would also presume it had a wide public appeal. Two up-tempo tunes, Sittin' In and 46 West 52 - actually a rendition of Sweet Georgia Brown are high quality swing, while the ballad versions of Stardust and Body And Soul leap to a sentimental level, here I fully agree with Evensmo's opinon.

The two first mentioned are inserted below. All sides presented in this small review are re-issued at the above shown Chronogical Classics CD. Jan Evensmo's Chu Berry Solography is free accessible as a pdf.

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  1. Explore releases from Chu Berry And His Stompy Stevedores at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Chu Berry And His Stompy Stevedores at the Discogs Marketplace. Chu Berry And His Stompy Stevedores: Limehouse Blues / Back Home Again In Indiana A Chu Berry And His Stompy Stevedores / Chu Berry And His Orchestra: Chu Berry And.
  2. Jan 31,  · – Chu Berry And His Stompy Stevedores: Indiana (Back Home Again In Indiana) A3 – Chu Berry And His Stompy Stevedores: Too Marvelous For Words: A4 – Chu Berry And His Stompy Stevedores: Limehouse Blues: A5 – Chu Berry And His Stompy Stevedores: Chuberry Jam: A6 – Chu Berry And His Stompy Stevedores: Maelstrom: A7 – Chu Berry And His.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of "Chu" on Discogs.5/5(2).
  4. –Chu Berry And His Stompy Stevedores: Limehouse Blues – Chu Berry And His Stompy Stevedores Maelstrom – Chu Berry And His Stompy Stevedores Ebb Tide – Chu Berry And His Stompy Stevedores Now You're Talking My Language – Chu Berry And His Stompy Stevedores My Secret Love Affair – Chu Berry And His Stompy Stevedores Back Home Again In Indiana4/4(7).
  5. Only four times Chu Berry recorded under his own name, two sessions for Variety March 23 and September 10, as Chu Berry And His Stompy Stevedores, and two sessions for Milt Gabler's Commodore label November 11, as Chu Berry And His "Little Jazz" Ensemble, and August 28, as Chu Berry And His Jazz Ensemble.

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