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03 December 2008

Ec-Stacy!


A great jazz pianist who got his big break with Benny Goodman's band in 1935, he performed the now famous improvised solo in Sing, Sing, Sing at the very first jazz concert at Carnegie Hall in 1938. Stacy played with the likes of Bix Beiderbecke, Eddie Condon, Bud Freeman, George Gershwin, Lionel Hampton, Billie Holiday, Gene Krupa, Jack Teagarden and many others. This collection features Bob Crosby, Goodman, Hampton, Lee Wiley, Muggsy Spanier, The Bud Freeman Trio, Pee Wee Russell's Hot Four, Eddie Condon and the Windy City Seven, George Wettling and the Chicago Rhythm Kings. +

Tracks

1.Barrelhouse
2.Rhythm, Rhythm (I Got Rhythm)
3.Take Me To The Land Of Jazz
4.Rose Of Washington Square
5.Got Rhythm
6.Blue Room
7.Carnegie Jump
8.Darktown Strutters' Ball
9.Madhouse
10.Roll 'Em
11.Big John Special
12.Opus ¾
13.Vultee Special
14.Ec-Stacy
15.Spain
16.Down To Steamboat Tennessee
17.Daybreak Serenade
18.It's Only A Paper Moon
19.In A Mist
20.Candlelights
21.In The Dark/ Flashes
22.I Ain't Got Nobody
23.Blue Fives
24.Ridin' Easy
25.Sing, Sing, Sing (excerpt)

3 comments:

MrBill said...

I know him only for the great solo in "Sing, Sing, Sing". If that's one's legacy, what a great thing to be known for! I'm looking forward to hearing this.

Chester Proudfoot said...

Let me know how you like it. And watch out for Mr. Hand ....

Chester Proudfoot said...

Ready to enjoy again.