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  1. But whereas jazz pianist Earl 'Fatha' Hines () has been lauded and showered with awards and there are today dozens of CDs of his work available, gospel music pioneer Professor James Earle Hines () has been largely forgotten with a solitary CD, and that a Swedish release, to proclaim his huge contribution to the development of.
  2. With the Earl Hines Orchestra. Just up the road from the Congo Club was the Three Sixes; Jeri knew Earl Hines, and when the Hines band came through Detroit in late , she persuaded Earl to hire Wardell—on alto, since there was no tenor vacancy at the time.
  3. Jan 01,  · mulosatizootinafimenumdeli.coinfo Maybe it's the crystal-clear keyboard sound Earl "Fatha" Hines has on the three CDs of this all-Ellington solo piano program, or maybe it's the spread-wide approach Hines takes to the tunes, extending some of them to over 10 minutes, or maybe it's just all the compacted wisdom and joy Ellington wrote into the originals, but something about this 5/5(2).
  4. Earl Hines ‎– Fine &#; Dandy (Full Album) Track listing: 1 Snappy Rhythm 2 I Never Dreamt 3 Chicago 4 Night Life In Pompeii 5 Night Life In Pompeii 6 Japanese Sandman 7 Rhythm Business 8 Tea For Two 9 Air France Stomp 10 Chicken Jump (Air France Stomp II) 11 Honeysuckle Rose 12 Honeysuckle Rose .
  5. Earl Kenneth Hines, also known as Earl "Fatha" Hines (December 28, – April 22, ), was an American jazz pianist and mulosatizootinafimenumdeli.coinfo was one of the most influential figures in the development of jazz piano and, according to one source, "one of a small number of pianists whose playing shaped the history of jazz".
  6. Earl Hines And His Orchestra / Washboard Rhythm Kings: Earl Hines And His Orchestra / Washboard Rhythm Kings - Harlem Lament / Some Of These Days ‎ (Shellac, 10") Brunswick: UK: Sell This Version.
  7. Hines' next recording gig was in Paris on November 4, , waxing eight sides for the Royal Jazz label. Forming a trio with Arvell Shaw and Wallace Bishop, Hines produced a lovely version of his own composition "I Never Dreamt," then augmented a lively number called "Snappy Rhythm" with actual finger snaps and some wild arpeggios spanning several octaves up and 8/
  8. The LPs that make up Earl Hines: Four Classic Albums Plus (Avid AMSC ) span a period of eight years. The earliest “The Incomparable Earl Hines” was recorded in and issued on TOPS, and features him with a sextet on 5 tracks, pared .

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