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Rite Tite - Bennie Moten - In Chronology - 1927-1929 (File, MP3)

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  1. In Chronology (Hd Remastered), an album by Bennie Moten on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  2. [1 PDF + 1 MP3] - Bennie Moten (November 13, ? April 2, ) was a noted American jazz pianist and band leader born in Kansas City, Missouri. He led the Kansas City Orchestra, the most important of the itinerant, blues-based orchestras active in the Midwest in the s, and helped to develop the riffing style that would come to define many of the s Big Bands. His first recordings.
  3. Bennie Moten's Kansas City Orchestra Moten Stomp () download 1 file. ITEM TILE download. download 1 file VBR M3U download. download 1 file. VBR MP3 download. download 10 Files download 6 Original. SHOW ALL. IN COLLECTIONS. Community Audio. .
  4. Aug 16,  · Bennie Moten’s Kansas City Orchestra Image Ownership: Public Domain As one of the most renowned big-band leaders of the s, Bennie Moten succeeded in developing the “Kansas City” sound in big-band jazz. Born in Kansas City, Missouri on November 13, , Moten spent most of Read MoreBenjamin “Bennie” Moten ().
  5. With His Kansas City Orchestra. Recordings From - Bennie Moten (November 13, April 2, ) was a noted American jazz pianist and band leader.
  6. Jun 10,  · The Bennie Moten Collection (Acrobat FADCD ) traces this famous Kansas City Orchestra through its formative years recording for OKeh in the acoustic era, thence onto the Victor era, reflecting the inclusion of Count Basie as pianist, and the addition of vocalist Jimmie Rushing, and culminating in their final batch of recordings in /5(11).
  7. Benjamin “Bennie” Moten was born on November 13, Moten grew up in the heart of Kansas City, Missouri’s dance hall district, and developed a passion for ragtime. Having become a passable ragtime pianist, Moten formed a trio with drummer Dude Langford and singer Bailey Handcock in , billing themselves as “B. B.& D.”.
  8. Bennie Moten led one of the finest of the territory bands of the s. Trumpeter Ed Lewis, trombonist Thurmon Hayes, the young baritonist Jack Washington and pianist Moten himself were excellent soloists (even if Woody Walder's spots on clarinet and tenor were erratic), the head arrangements were generally quite colorful, and the band had a spirit of its own.

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