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The Blues; That's Me. View All Popular Podcasts. RBG: Beyond Notorious. Starting in present day and working back through history, each episode in this 6-part series highlights a decade of RBG's life. The entry in the diary for this day is "recorded some boogies and whole lesson on wire recorder". Date confirmed by the Buckner diaries. Note: "M.
Blues" was originally titled "Chordial Blues". Detailed Information from Ruppli. Note that at one point, Buckner adresses the announcer as "Jack".
On the broadcast the Buckner orchestra is alternating with a commercial singing and playing acc, g, perc trio. The compilers of this discography were not able to understand the name of the trio Nice Tone Trio? Other titles from this broadcast, among them "Oh, Baby" and "The Hucklebuck" are probably without Buckner. Corrections to the personal by Jean-Pierre Berther.
According to Buckner's diaries, this broadcast also featured him with the Three Flames. Detailed Information about personal from Ruppli. Information about the time and place from the contract for this session and Buckner's diaries. It seems that Buckner does not play on "Yesterdays". There are press clippings from the Baltimore Afro-American as well as the Carolinian pertaining to this and the aforementioned MGM sessions.
Recording Session for Q. All of the above designs had identical design. This quickly was toned down to a dark blue label with silver printing, with a much lower-key banner on the jacket. The stereo labels used the same design as the mono labels. Teach Me Tonight. Syncopated Clock. Castle Rock. Two flights.
Burnt Out. Haunting Me. Sting 1 fans. Dizzy Gillespie fans. Nina Simone 1 fans. Nat King Cole fans. Bill Evans fans. Thomas Dutronc fans. Frank Sinatra 1 fans. Ram Jam 11 fans. Merry Christmas par Various Artists. The Beast.The date of June stems from Plater. According to Buckner's diarys, Buckner rejoined Hampton after a two year break on June 9th for a three day engagement in Memphis' Handy Theatre. The above sides were probably recorded during this engagement. Mario Schneeberger suggests that one of the tenorsaxists may be Johnny Board.