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Cryin Wont Make Me Stay - Jay McShann Orchestra* Featuring Charlie Parker & Walter Brown - Blues From Kansas City (CD)

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  1. Tracks:Jay McShann - The Chronological Classics, Twenty-one sides cut by Jay McShann and His Orchestra and the Jay McShann Quartet for Decca Records between and , with Charlie Parker on about half of what's here, and stretching out on .
  2. 78_cryin-wont-make-me-stay_jay-mcshann-walter-brown-williams_gbiaa Location USA Run time Scanner Internet Archive Python library Scanningcenter George Blood, L.P. Size Source 78 User_cleaned Ben Center User_metadataentered Chris Cain User_transferred Chris Cain.
  3. Dec 07,  · Jay McShann discography and songs: Music profile for Jay McShann, born 12 January Genres: Piano Blues, Blues, Jump-Blues. Albums include Confessin' the Blues / Hootie Blues, Martin Scorsese Presents the Blues: Piano Blues, and Ain't Nobody's Business (Parts 1 & 2).
  4. Aug 11,  · Pianist Jay McShann performs with Plas Johnson (on tenor sax), Milt Hinton (on bass) and others in
  5. Moten swing / Buster & Bennie Moten (Jay McShann's Kansas City Stompers) ; On the sunny side of the street / Fields, McHugh (Jay McShann's Kansas City Stompers) [Disc 5]. Balboa bash / Ralph Yaw (Stan Kenton's Orchestra) ; Our Monday date / Earl Hines (Eddie Miller's orchestra).
  6. This CD surpasses all former collections of pianist Jay McShann's early recordings, for it is comprised of every commercial side made by McShann during , including 11 delightful, if rarely heard, trio and quartet numbers (featuring McShann, bassist Gene Ramey, and drummer Gus Johnson), along with four lesser-known vocals by the limited but talented Walter Brown that are normally skipped.
  7. There are lots of other fine songs here like 'Fore Day Rider/ Red River Blues/ Cryin' Won't Make Me Stay/ Lonely Boy Blues (two versions - one studio and one live at the Club Plantation in Los Angeles)/ Hometown Blues/ W.B. Blues/ Lovin' A Beggar/ You Better Leave My Woman Alone, etc. Brown was a most appealing singer with a softer voice than.

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