|Timmy Rosenkrantz Blues||6:46|
|When You're Smiling||6:46|
|Take The A Train||5:20|
|Hiw Hight The Moon||4:37|
|Bugle Call Blues||4:14|
|FC 120||Stuff Smith||Live In Paris, 1965 (LP, Comp)||France's Concert||FC 120||France||1988|
|FCD 120||Stuff Smith||Live In Paris, 1965 (CD, Album, Comp)||France's Concert||FCD 120||France||1988|
Black Violin (MPS, 1965). Live in Paris, 1965 (FCD, 1988). Swingin' Stuff (Storyville, 1965–1966; reissued as Master of Jazz, Storyville, 2007) with Kenny Drew, Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen and Alex Riel. Stuff and Steff with Stéphane Grappelli (Verve, 1966). Violin Summit with Svend Asmussen, Stéphane Grappelli and Jean-Luc Ponty (1966).
Connie Smith is the debut self-titled studio album by American country music artist, Connie Smith. The album was released in March 1965 on RCA Victor Records and was produced by Bob Ferguson. The album featured Smith's 1964 hit, "Once a Day," which reached on the Hot Country Songs chart. The album itself was also a major success, reaching on the Billboard Magazine Top Country Albums chart.
Stuff Smith (born August 14, 1909, Portsmouth, Ohio, USA - died September 25, 1967, Munich, Germany) was an American jazz violinist. He began his career playing in Alphonso Trent's orchestra in Dallas, Texas in 1926. In 1928, he moved to New York City and played with Jelly Roll Morton. He formed his own band in 1930 with Cozy Cole and Jonah Jones in Buffalo, New York. In 1935 through to 1940, he and his sextet took up residency at the Onyx Club, a small club on 52nd Street, New York City and gained big success. After the Second World War, he opened a restaurant in Chicago
Stuff Smith was one of the big three of pre-bop violinists along with Joe Venuti and Stephane Grappelli. Many of his fans said that he could outswing all of his competitors, and certainly Stuff was . ead Full Biography.
Ask The Angels", "25th Floor", "High On Rebellion", "Till Victory", "Set Me Free" (also titled "Privilege"), "Because The Night", "Gloria", "Ask the Angels", "Free Money", "I Was Working Real Hard", "Keith Richards' Blues", "I Was Working Real Hard (reprise)" All but the last 5 tracks were recorded live in Paris in 1978
STUFF SMITH is a swing music artist. Many of his fans said that he could outswing all of his competitors, and certainly Stuff was a major force on the bandstand. Smith, who cited Louis Armstrong as his main influence, studied music with his father and played with the family band as a child. His first major job and recordings were with Alphonse Trent's territory band in the 1920s, but it was not until 1936 that he had his breakthrough.
Stuff Smith - Swingin' Stuff/Covers/Back. Stuff Smith - Swingin' Stuff/Stuff Smith Quartet - Swingin' Stuff. Other albums in genre. Beasts Of Burgundy '2018. Jazz Me Outside Pt. 1 '2018. 2 '2018.
Live In Paris, 1965 is ranked 28th best out of 37 albums by Wes Montgomery on BestEverAlbums. The best album by Wes Montgomery is The Incredible Jazz Guitar Of Wes Montgomery which is ranked number 3191 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 599. Wes Montgomery album bestography. Your feedback for Live In Paris, 1965.