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The Real Thing Happened To Me - Billy Eckstine - The Legendary Big Band

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  1. In , Eckstine formed his own big band, which jazz fans now consider to have been the first big bop orchestra. With it, he competently played trumpet and valve trombone. Yet it was his gorgeous bass-baritone voice which most attracted the general public, so he disbanded after only two and a half years and became a solo singer.
  2. soulfunk.mezishakarhuginisdaikasa.infoinfo lists a Malachi, Valentine, Eckstine and Dameron all as arrangers, but I would imagine they each arranged tunes, each. Jazzdisco doesn't specify, though. However, based on who wrote each song, I've surmised that is a good indication as to arranger as well.
  3. Formed in , The Real Thing are Britain’s longest-established – and best-loved – black group in UK entertainment history. Universally known for their legendary hits ‘You To Me Are Everything’, ‘Can’t Get By Without You’ and ‘Can You Feel the Force’, as well as their ground-breaking song, ‘Children of the Ghetto’, The Real Thing remain pioneers in soul, funk and.
  4. Billy Eckstine Sings with Benny Carter (EmArcy, ) Mister B and the Band (Savoy, ) Rhythm in a Riff with Cootie Williams (Harlequin, ) Compilations. Everything I Have Is Yours (Verve, ) The Legendary Big Band – (Savoy, ) Timeless Billy Eckstine (Savoy, ) References.
  5. Dec 05,  · Billy Eckstine: The Legendary Big Band. Legends have brought us to where we are today in modern music. When the classic sounds from echo through the room, we recall innovators such as Billy Eckstine, who helped shape the second half of a century of jazz.
  6. Billy Eckstine A: What More Is There To Say B: The Life Of The Party: MGM USA: K 7" 2: Billy Eckstine A: Love Me Or Leave Me B: Only You: MGM USA: K 7" 2: Billy Eckstine A: Careless Lips B: A Man Doesn't Know: MGM USA: K 7" 0: Billy Eckstine A: More Than You Know B: Give Me Another Chance: MGM USA: K
  7. Jul 07,  · Billy Eckstine: A Crooner Who Crossed Barriers "Maybe black male singers are not supposed to sing about love," Eckstine said. "You're supposed .

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