Sidney Bechet – Triple Best Of (2009)

Sidney Bechet - Triple Best Of (2009)
Artist: Sidney Bechet
Album: Triple Best Of
Label: New Release Catalog
Year Of Release: 2009
Quality: FLAC (tracks)

Tracklist:
CD 1
1. Blues For Tommy 4:25
2. Summertime 4:13
3. Pounding Heart Blues 4:04
4. Milk Cow Blues 4:07
5. Lonesome Blues 4:06
6. Dear Old Southland 4:03
7. Bechet’s Steady Rider 2:55
8. Saturday Night Blues 2:58
9. St. Louis Blues 4:48
10. Jazz Me Blues 4:18
11. Blue Horizon 4:29
12. Muskrat Ramble 3:42
13. High Society 3:38
14. Salty Dog Blues 4:04
15. Weary Blues 4:21
16. Jackass Blues 4:45

CD 2
1. Milenberg joys 4:20
2. Lord Let Me In The Lifeboat 3:35
3. Porto Rico 3:12
4. Up In Sidney’s Flat 4:23
5. Memphis Blues 2:57
6. St. James Infirmary 3:20
7. Old Stack O’Lee Blues 4:15
8. Bechet’s Fantasy 3:49
9. Weary Way Blues 3:20
10. Sister Kate’s Night Out 3:06
11. Tiger Rag 3:09
12. Tin Roof Blues 3:01
13. I Found A New Baby 3:08
14. Nobody Knows You When You’re Down And Out 3:09
15. When The Saints Go Marching In 3:00

CD 3
1. Basin Street Blues 3:18
2. Cake Walking Babies From Home 2:35
3. At The Jazz Band Ball 3:02
4. Joshua Fit De Battle of Jericho 3:20
5. Fidgety Feet 2:59
6. Tailgate Ramble 2:53
7. Copenhagen 2:50
8. China Boy 3:04
9. Runnin’ Wild 3:07
10. Ain’t Gonna Give Nobody None Of My Jelly Roll 2:56
11. Mandy, Make Up Your Mind 2:53
12. Shim-Me-Sha-Wabble 2:45
13. Original Dixieland One-Step 4:15
14. Avalon 4:55
15. That’s A-Plenty 4:15
16. Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gives To Me 5:42
17. Ballin’ The Jack 3:51
18. All Of Me 4:07
19. I’m A Ding Dong Daddy (From Dumas) 4:30
20. Black And Blue 3:36
21. Rose Of The Rio Grande 4:13
22. Sweet Georgia Brown 4:00

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Sidney Bechet was the first important jazz soloist on records in history (beating Louis Armstrong by a few months). A brilliant soprano saxophonist and clarinetist with a wide vibrato that listeners either loved or hated, Bechet’s style did not evolve much through the years but he never lost his enthusiasm or creativity. A master at both individual and collective improvisation within the genre of New Orleans jazz, Bechet was such a dominant player that trumpeters found it very difficult to play with him. Bechet wanted to play lead and it was up to the other horns to stay out of his way.

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