Earl hines - the earl - original recordings 1928 - 1941

... with Earl Hines arriving on piano, Armstrong was already approaching the stature of a concerto soloist, a role he would play more or less throughout the next decade, which makes these final small-group sessions something like a reluctant farewell to jazz's first golden age. Since Hines is also magnificent on these discs (and their insouciant exuberance is a marvel on the duet showstopper "Weather Bird") the results seem like eavesdropping on great men speaking almost quietly among themselves. There is nothing in jazz finer or more moving than the playing on " West End Blues ", "Tight Like This", "Beau Koo Jack" and " Muggles ". [24]

Long failed to win a gubernatorial term of his own in the election of 1940. During his abbreviated term, Long appointed a cousin , Floyd Harrison Long, Sr., as the custodian of the Central State (Mental) Hospital in Pineville . Earl Long's brief first tenure corresponded with the "Louisiana Hayride" scandals that engulfed both Governor Leche and the president of Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge , James Monroe Smith . [6] Long was defeated in the Democratic primary by the conservative attorney Sam H. Jones of Lake Charles.

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Jason Combs would continue winning in "Pewter Hall" Pure Stocks, recording his second win in a row and sixth feature for the year.

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When he was 14, Hines moved to Pittsburgh to live with his aunt  Sadie Phillips so that he could attend Schenly High School    His goal was to major in music to become a classical pianist     Aunt Sadie took him to music reviews where her heard ragtime performed by Eubie Blake and other artists. At age 15 Hines went with his older cousins and an uncle to a nightclub on Wyle Avenue in Pittsburgh where he heard jazz for the first time.   Hooked on jazz, he abandoned his classical music ambitions.  Earl formed a popular music trio in 1921 with  violinist Emmet Jordan and drummer Harry Williams. They performed at school functions, church socials, rent parties and nightclubs.   

Since the 1950's, Mr. Hines had been based in the San Francisco Bay area, and he continued to tour Europe, Japan and the United States through the early 1980's. He played his final engagement last weekend in San Francisco.

Mit Hines wurrd de so nömmt trumpet style (Trompetenstil-Pianisten) verbunnen, mit de he Armstrong sien Speelwies up dat Klaveer weddergeev. Dordör gellt he as Paddmaaker vun den Swing -Pianostil, den Teddy Wilson to Vullkommenheit broch. Earl Hines harr grooten Infloot up de Entwicklung vun dat Jazzpiano un gellt as en vun de herutragen Interpreten up dit Instrument. Sien Stil stellt en wichtig Binnenlidd tüschen traditschonellen un modernen Jazz dor. He hett ok nee Klangfarven utprobeert. An' 26. Februar 1940 hett he all en elektrisch Storytone -Piano insett, um Body and Soul un Child of a Disordered Brain intospelen.

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Earl Hines - The Earl - Original Recordings 1928 - 1941Earl Hines - The Earl - Original Recordings 1928 - 1941Earl Hines - The Earl - Original Recordings 1928 - 1941Earl Hines - The Earl - Original Recordings 1928 - 1941