|Исполнитель: Leroy Lovett (Leroy C. Lovett, Jr.), also Lee Lovett, Cliff Lee (born March 17, 1919 in Philadelphia, USA) was an American jazz pianist and arranger of the Swing.
Lee Lovett Название альбома:
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1959, Wynne Records – WLP 110 Формат файлов:
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Lovett studied piano with Sophie Stokowski (the wife of Leopold Stokowski) from the age of four, and began composing early. He studied music at Temple University until the Bachelor's degree and then continued his studies at the Schillinger House of Music. He directed his own band in Philadelphia before going to New York City in 1945. There he arranged for Tiny Bradshaw, Luis Russell and worked with Noble Sissle, Lucky Millinder, Mercer Ellington. He was in the band of Johnny Hodges and made recordings with him, until he returned to Duke Ellington in 1955. At the end of the 1950s he was in the bands of Cootie Williams and Cat Anderson and recorded two albums under his own name.
From 1952 he was a music publisher, was a plate producer in the 1950s (1956/57 for Norman Granz) and had a dance orchestra in Philadelphia. From 1959 he worked for Wynne Records and 1968 to 1973 for Motown Records. He also wrote film music. He was still active as a musician with the melodymakers orchestra to which he had been part since 1987 and for which he also arranged. He also appeared with the Uni-Bigband Halle.
He has been a member of the British Broadcasting Corporation, and has been a member of the British Broadcasting Corporation since 1957. He has been a member of the British Broadcasting Corporation, and has been a member of the British Broadcasting Corporation since 1957. He has co-starred with Johnny Hodges (1951/52), Harry Carney (1954), Lawrence Brown (1956), Cootie Williams (1957) on. Tom Lord lists in his jazz discography 34 recordings from 1944 to 1959. His two albums under his own name are Lee plus "3", Wynne 1959 (with Butch Ballard dr, Al Hall b and Bob Brown sax) and Jazz Dance Party (beach 1959 ).
1. My Ship 4:12
2. If It's The Last Thing I Do 3:11
3. Can't I 2:00
4. Judaline 3:07
5. Angel Eyes 3:17
1. A.B.C. Hop 5:24
2. Misty 3:10
3. My Funny Valentine 4:16
4. Plum Street 3:36
Recorded ca. 1959 in Philadelphia.
Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Bob Brown
Bass – Al Hall
Drums – Butch Ballard
Piano – Lee "Roy" Lovett
Producer – Leroy Lovett