October 2

Black And Blue - Ken Colyers Jazzmen - Watch That Dirty Tone Of Yours...There Are Ladies Present! (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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Posted 12.11.2019 by Aragor in category "Classic Rock


  1. By Terg on
    Ken Colyer ( - ) was a British traditional jazz revivalist who specialized in the New Orleans jazz and ragtime stylings. He first interfaced with New Orleans players when a young man in the UK's Merchant Navy and after long jaunts at sea, began looking up familiar names in a New Orleans telephone directory found in the Westminster Public Library.
  2. By Malasida on
    Aug 19,  · Another tune from the New Orleans to London LP of Too Busy (Straight). This is the band formed in when Ken returned from his adventures in New Orleans. Personnel were: Ken .
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  4. By Vugar on
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Watch That Dirty Tone Of Yours There Are Ladies Present! on Discogs.2/5(3).
  5. By Sakazahn on
    Mar 20,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Ken Colyer's Jazzmen: „I said I wasn't gonna tell nobody what the Lord has done for me" YouTube Chris Barber - Sweet Georgia Brown - .
  6. By Mezidal on
    Ken Colyer fans will definetely want this collection, as well as the single cd of This Is The Blues. The band, under Ken's leadership, had by this time, firmly established its personality. There was nobody playing this type of New Orleans jazz in Europe any better than Ken. Some would argue that-to this day-nobody has played it better. Period.5/5(2).
  7. By Zulutaxe on
    Watch That Dirty Tone Of Yours There Are Ladies Present! LP. Product Details. Category: Vinyl SKU: vinylVNC Title: Watch That Dirty Tone Of Yours There Are Ladies Present! LP Artist: Ken Colyer's Jazzmen Book binding: N/A Record Label: Joy Records (3) Year of publication: Condition: GOOD Description. This item is a vinyl record and has been visually graded. G+, Seller Rating: % positive.
  8. By Shakajar on
    “Blue on Black” was rank as the best rock track of by Billboard, the Album Network, and R&R and went on win Rock Track of the Year at the Billboard Music Awards.

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