Title: Joe In Chicago, 1978
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Strike Up the Band, 03:47. Fascinating Rhythm, 03:11. Honeysuckle Rose, 04:07.
Joe Venuti, regarded by some as the Father of Jazz Violin, enjoyed a recording career under his own billing that stretched from 1926 to 1978. Besides momentary lapses in the years after 1935 and one big gap from 1961 to 1967, this activity is practically continuous. But in his last decade, Joe effectively surpassed his prodigious 1926 to 1960 output in the sheer number of late recordings he made, transforming it into a large and bewildering legacy.
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Giuseppe (Joe) Venuti (September 16, 1903 – August 14, 1978) was a . jazz musician and violinist. Venuti claimed to have been born aboard a ship as his parents emigrated from Italy, though many believe he was simply born in Philadelphia. Considered the father of jazz violin, he pioneered the use of string instruments in jazz along with the guitarist Eddie Lang, a childhood friend of his. Through the 1920s and early 1930s, Venuti produced many recordings.
|Samba De Orpheus||5:50|
|(Theme From) Spartacus||3:29|
|After You've Gone||4:34|
|Strike Up The Band||3:46|
|I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face||2:26|
|On The Street Where You Live||4:35|
|FF 077||Joe Venuti||Joe In Chicago, 1978 (LP, Album)||Flying Fish||FF 077||US||1979|
|SPFF 1026||Joe Venuti||Joe Venuti In Chicago, 1978 (LP, Album)||Stony Plain Records||SPFF 1026||Canada||1979|
|FF-70077||Joe Venuti||Joe In Chicago, 1978 (CD, Album, RE)||Flying Fish||FF-70077||US||1993|