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Good Morning Blues - George Lewis Quartet , and George Lewis (2) with Papa Bues Viking Jazzband* - Untitled (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Good Morning Mr. Blues, an Album by Dave Peace Quartet. Released in (catalog no. Saga FID ; Vinyl LP).
  2. Courtesy of Louisiana State Museum. George Lewis. Unidentified. A traditional jazz and brass band clarinet player and bandleader from New Orleans, George Lewis was an integral figure in the New Orleans jazz scene, playing with nearly every local musician in the genre at one point or another during his long and storied career. Many musicians would remember Lewis for giving them their first.
  3. "Jazz at Vespers" is one of the key albums in the George Lewis canon. It was recorded during a Vespers service in at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in Oxford Ohio. This was the church of Rev. Alvin Kershaw, a jazz enthusiast who was one of the first to use jazz bands as part of a service.5/5(10).
  4. George E. Lewis is the Edwin H. Case Professor of American Music at Columbia University, where he serves as Area Chair in Composition and Faculty in Historical Musicology. A Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the American Academy of Arts and Letters, and a Corresponding Fellow of the British Academy, Lewis’s other honors include a MacArthur Fellowship () and a.
  5. Bibliography. Bethell, Tom. George Lewis: A Jazzman from New Orleans, University of California Press, , ISBN ; Fairburn, Ann. Call Him George: A Biography of George Lewis, The Man, His Faith and His Music, Crown Publishers, Library of Congress # ; Sancton, Tom. Song for My Fathers: A New Orleans Story in Black and White, Other Press, , ISBN .
  6. George Lewis discography and songs: Music profile for George Lewis, born 14 July Genres: Avant-Garde Jazz, Free Improvisation, Bebop. Albums include Homage to .
  7. Dec 20,  · Recorded on the Good Time Jazz label about by George Lewis and his New Orleans Music. Good New Orleans style jazz. Enjoy!
  8. GEORGE LEWIS Vinyl Records and CDs Clarinetist George Lewis, not to be confused with the avant-garde trombone player by the same name, stuck to the bubbly, bouncy collective improvisations of Dixieland his entire career, while his peers moved on to Swing and then to Bop.

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