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Tab Smith His Alto Sax And Orchestra - I've Had The Blues All Day / Can't We Take A Chance mp3 download
Performer: Tab Smith His Alto Sax And Orchestra
Title: I've Had The Blues All Day / Can't We Take A Chance
Style: Rhythm & Blues
Rating: 4.1/5
FLAC size: 1355 mb | MP3 size: 1336 mb | WMA size: 1439 mb
Genre: Jazz / Blues

A I've Had The Blues All Day B Can't We Take A Chance. Matrix, Runout: Unit. 1021 Matrix, Runout: Unit.

Label: United ‎– U-184 Type: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM Country: US Date of released: 02 Oct 1954 Category: Jazz, Blues Style: Rhythm & Blues, Jump Blues. Tab Smith His Fabulous Alto And Orchestra - In A Little Spanish Town, Mr. Gee MP3 version. Lester Young And His Orchestra - In A Little Spanish Town Deed I Do. Tab Smith His Fabulous Alto And Orchestra - Cant We Take A Chance (Its No). Tony Mottola And His Orchestra - Spanish Guitar Russ Carlyle And His Orchestra - In A Little Spanish Town It Was Nice Know. Johnny Smith - Have You Heard Johnny Smith. Tab Smith, His Fabulous Alto And Orchestra - Red Hot And Blue These Foolis. Various - The Video Hits Album1654 mb. Nasty Savage - Wage Of Mayhem1593 mb. Various - Memphis Country1338 mb.

Take these into your next band rehearsal for some great sax fun! Born to Run. With the combination of Bruce Springsteen and Clarence Clemons on saxophone, it’s hard to pick the best song, but Born to Run must be one of the most recognizable and famous saxophone solos in all of pop. If you’re looking for a pop song to sing along with that has a killer sax solo, look no further than the Boss. These provide a great color that is seldom heard in the orchestra and give sax players a chance to shine in the orchestra. By Sergei Rachmaninov, the alto saxophone solo in the first movement of this piece is one of the gems of all the saxophone repertoire. This piece – the last one written by Rachmaninov before his death – is often thought of as a summary of his entire compositional output.

Stan takes us south to Brazil in one of the most evocative solos he ever conjured. 13. Ben Webster – ‘Tenderly’ Quite simply this is perfection. 14. Hank Mobley – ‘Soul Station’ His playing is warm, but most of all it’s swinging and lush as well as full. 15. John Coltrane – ‘I Love You’ He’s so melodic and at the same time so lyrical. I can’t criticize your list because it is commendable. Two additions which every sax player should hear are: If I Loved You by Rahsaan Roland Kirk from his Does Your House have Lions anthology. Also Ben Webster doing Someone To Watch Over Me which is the title of his wonderful biography. I agree with others about Paul Desmond. I am not going to type his name, just too humiliating. Just know that the rest of us are laughing at you.

Alto Saxophone (Alto Sax) - Difficulty: easy-medium to medium Play-Along Solos. Arranged by Jack Long. Instrumental Play-Along. Jazz, Blues and Play Along. Softcover Audio Online. With standard notation and chord names. Take The 'A' Train Composed by Billy Strayhorn. Yardbird Suite Composed by Charlie Parker. Customers Who Bought Jazz & Blues - Alto Saxophone Also Bought: Billy Joel's Biggest Hits.

The score can be downloaded in the format of your preference: MuseScore. Open in various software. MP3. Listen to this score. Watch new piano tutorials every day on our channel.

The alto saxophone, also referred to as the alto sax, is a member of the saxophone family of woodwind instruments invented by Belgian instrument designer Adolphe Sax in the 1840s, and patented in 1846. It is pitched in E♭, and is smaller than the tenor, but larger than the soprano. The alto sax is the most common saxophone and is commonly used in concert bands, chamber music, solo repertoire, military bands, marching bands, and jazz (such as big bands, jazz combos, swing music)

We provided our contributing saxists with the following criteria: an album can fall into any genre of jazz from any era and the alto player can be a leader or sideman. The recordings simply needed to be great performances that helped shape the jazz alto saxophone tradition. For albums on which the altoist is not the leader, we’ve listed the name of the leader first, with the altoist’s name in parentheses following the title. We hope you enjoy these lists. Tab Smith Vintage Dance Orchestras No. 262-EP: Sax for Dance. The Quintet Jazz At Massey Hall (Charlie Parker). Johnny Hodges Jeep’s Blues: His Greatest Recordings: 1928-1941. Charlie Parker KoKo.

I’ve written this post for the alto sax players and soon-to-be players. On my site here, you may have noticed most of the free saxophone lesson videos and saxophone song videos are of me playing the tenor. Even if you’re a big fan of rock/blues based music as is demonstrated here I want you to know that by no means should you, or have to switch to the tenor. More Alto Sax Information


A I've Had The Blues All Day
B Can't We Take A Chance


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