Tyree Glenn - Tyree Glenn At The Roundtable flac album
Title: Tyree Glenn At The Roundtable
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Trombonist Tyree Glenn, who played with both Duke Ellington and Louis Armstrong, was not that well-known as a bandleader, but he did head six now-obscure albums for Roulette from 1957-1962, none of which have been reissued on CD yet. For this fairly freewheeling live set, the distinctive trombonist is joined by guitarist Mary Osborne, pianist Hank Jones, bassist Tommy Potter, and drummer Jo Jones for likable versions of a dozen standards. A few ("Just a Wearyin' for You," "Wonder Why," and "Marcheta") are lesser-known
1947-1952 Classics 2006. Tyree Glenn - Tyree Glenn At The Roundtable - Lp Vinyl Record Roulette. The Trombone Artistry of Tyree Glenn with Voices & Brass. TYREE GLENN The Trombone Artistry Of LP Roulette. TYREE GLENN: The Trombone Artistry Of LP (sm stain/tear obc) Jazz.
Tyree Glenn, born William Tyree Glenn (November 23, 1912, Corsicana, Texas – May 18, 1974, Englewood, New Jersey), was an American trombone player. Tyree played trombone and vibraphone with local Texas bands before moving in the early 1930s to Washington, . where he performed with several prominent bands of the Swing Era. He played with Bob Young (1930), then he joined Tommy Myles's band (1934–36).
At the Roundtable by Tyree Glenn. Harry Warren, Mack Gordon. Originally by John Payne & Joan Merrill. Wonder Why. Tyree Glenn. Sammy Cahn, Nicholas Brodszky. Originally by Jane Powell and Vic Damone. Discover The Original. Independent Music Awards 2013: Satchmo at the National Press Club: Red Beans and Rice-ly Yours - Best Reissue Album. "Tyree Glenn, Jazz Trombonist In Era of Big Bands, Dies at 61", The New York Times, May 20, 1974. Retrieved November 26, 2007. Anderson, Pete (April 2004). The Plunger Mute and Tyree Glenn".
Louis Armstrong, Tyree Glenn, Tommy Gwaltney. Jazz icon Louis Armstrong, always the consummate entertainer, turned a 1971 award ceremony at the National Press Club in Washington DC into an impromptu performance-despite recent poor health. It was one of his last concerts before he passed away 5 months later. Joined by longtime band-mates Tyree Glenn and Tommy Gwaltney, Armstrong shows no signs of frailty while singing, and to everyone’s surprise, playing trumpet on classics including Mack the Knife and Rocking Chair.
|Teach Me Tonight||2:27|
|Just A Wearyin' For You||2:12|
|There Will Never Be Another You||3:43|
|All Of Me||2:33|
|Royal Garden Blues||3:33|
|Dear Old Southland||2:25|
|Them There Eyes||2:27|
|Sweet And Lovely||2:58|
|SR-25050||Tyree Glenn||Tyree Glenn At The Roundtable (LP, Album)||Roulette||SR-25050||US||1959|
|R-25050||Tyree Glenn||Tyree Glenn At The Roundtable (LP, Mono)||Roulette||R-25050||US||1959|
|SR-25050||Tyree Glenn||Tyree Glenn At The Roundtable (LP, Album, RE)||Roulette||SR-25050||US||Unknown|