October 2

1919 March - Humphrey Lyttelton And His Band - Jazz Concert (Vinyl, LP)



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Posted 26.10.2019 by Kibei in category "DEFAULT

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  1. By Faerr on
    Humphrey Lyttelton and his Band, Harry Gold and his Pieces of Eight, Ken Colyer's Jazzmen, Chris Barber's Jazz Band, Lonnie Donegan's Skiffle Group, Christie Brothers Stompers, Ray Foxley's Original Levee Ramblers, The Original Crane River Jazz Band.
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  2. By Nelkis on
    Apr 25,  · The Humphrey Lyttelton Big Band with Jimmy Rushing: Humphrey Lyttelton / Humphrey Lyttelton & His Band / Jimmy Rushing: Primary Artist, Arranger, Trumpet, Leader, Composer: Golden Years of Revival Jazz, Vol. Composer: Only Trust Your Heart: Jim Tomlinson.
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  3. By Yomi on
    The Consummate British Jazz Musician Humphrey Lyttelton was an excellent bandleader, composer of tunes, author, cartoonist, jazz commentator and beloved broadcaster. Humphrey Lyttelton & his Band, 78 rpm, HOPFROG -- Humphrey Lyttelton and his Band, He subsequently joined the band at a concert in Oxford, England before a.
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  4. By Tojinn on
    Humphrey Lyttelton, British jazz legend and presenter of Radio 4's I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue, has died aged The host of the famous 'antidote to panel games' show - which he had presented.
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  5. By Kazizuru on
    ‎The grand old man of British jazz, trumpeter and bandleader Humphrey Lyttelton spearheaded the postwar trad jazz revival before renouncing the movement in favor of more contemporary and restless creative vision. A larger-than-life figure, he also excelled as a writer and cartoonist, and for decades. Available with an Apple Music subscription.
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  6. By Fesho on
    Lyttelton (known affectionately as simply "Humph") worked with the British jazz pianist George Webb (March –January ) and with his own bands (January –s), along with many others. He later continued his career as a journalist and broadcaster, writing extensively on music and other topics.
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  7. By Yogis on
    Humphrey Lyttelton jazz can never be bad, as this collection proves. All selections show the wide range that he is capable of. Quick moving, large variety, his humor, all lead to a very enjoyable album. His long successful life proves his mettle. Great stuff!/5(3).
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  8. By Vudoshura on
    Humphrey Lyttelton, Soundtrack: It's Great to Be Young!. Humph was born on May 23, in Eton College school, where his father was a housemaster and so he later attended England's most famous public school. During the War, he was an officer in the Grenadier Guards. After discharge, studied for two years at Camberwell Art School. But his love affair with the trumpet, which began in , saw.
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