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Fletcher Henderson - Blue Rhythm: Original Recordings (1931-1933)

Исполнитель: Fletcher Henderson
Название альбома: Blue Rhythm: Original Recordings 1931-1933
Год выпуска: 2003
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Fletcher Henderson was one of the 1930s ‘big band’ pioneers both in musicianship and orchestration. He used only the leading players of the day and together with Don Redman they created a style of arrangement that was adopted by many of their peers. On ‘Blue Rhythm’ are recordings made between 1931 and 1933 – a time when Henderson had one of his most impressive collection of stars in the band. They included Rex Stewart – trumpet, Coleman Hawkins – tenor and clarinet, Russell Procope – alto and clarinet, J.C. Higginbotham – trombone and Edgar Sampson – alto and clarinet who was also an accomplished arranger.
The opener ‘Sugar Foot Stomp’ is a re-arranged version of King Oliver’s ‘Dippermouth Blues.’ This up-tempo version features Procope, Hawkins and Benny Morton. The ODJB favourite, ‘Tiger Rag,’ is performed with novel approach as part of the melody is taken at half-tempo.
By the time the two 1933 sessions were made Stewart had departed to be succeeded by Henry ‘Red’ Allen and that fine trombonist Dickie Wells had also joined. Also Fletcher’s brother Horace had taken the piano chair – Horace also arranged for the band – but the quality of the music never waned. Evidence of Horace’s arranging talent is heard on the Hawkins number ‘Queer Notions’ which incorporates an harmonically advanced chord structure. Be that as it may Hawkins and Allen contribute ‘laid back’ solos.
‘Blue Rhythm’ is a first class compilation of the music of a highly capable and respected bandleader. For a few years Henderson’s music brought him great prominence but by 1934 he had to break the band up. He then enjoyed more fame as an arranger for the Benny Goodman Orchestra than he had achieved as a leader himself. For a brief period in 1939 he played piano with Goodman.
Jack Ashby

01. Sugar Foot Stomp
02. Just Blues
03. Tiger Rag
04. Star Dust
05. Singin' The Blues (Till My Daddy Comes Home)
06. Radio Rhythm
07. (I'll Be Glad When You're Dead) You Rascal You
08. Blue Rhythm
09. Take Me Away From The River
10. Business In F
11. Queer Notions
12. It's The Talk Of The Town
13. Night Life
14. Nagasaki
15. Rhythm Crazy
16. Ain'tcha Glad
17. Ol' Man River
18. Minnie The Moocher's Wedding Day
19. I've Got To Sing A Torch Song
20. Happy Feet

Fletcher Henderson - Composer, Piano
Coleman Hawkins - Clarinet, Composer, Sax Tenor, Guest Artist
Harvey Boone - Sax Alto, Clarinet
Russell Procope - Sax Alto, Clarinet
Hilton Jefferson - Sax Alto, Clarinet
Bobby Stark - Trumpet
Rex Stewart - Trumpet
Henry "Red" Allen - Trumpet
J.C. Higginbotham - Trombone
Benny Morton - Trombone
Claude Jones - Trombone
Clarence Holiday - Guitar
John Kirby - Bass, Tuba
Bernard Addison - Guitar
Walter Johnson - Drums




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