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1. Isham Jones & His Orchestra - Sweet Georgia Brown

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At 20 Isham Jones (1894-1956) formed his own band and played for dances in Michigan towns. In 1923, he took his band to London where he played at the Kit-Cat Club . Prior to that tour, he had played at the Lincoln, McAlpin and Commodore hotels in NYC. In 1927, Benny Goodman joined Jones' band, then playing at the Million Dollar Rainbow Gardens in Chicago. The recording of Carmichael's "Star Dust" in 1931 helped establish the song. Also, during that year, Jones composed "You're Just a Dream Come True", becoming the theme song for the band. Jones wrote more than 200 songs, of which 40 or more became hits! One of the last bands led by Jones in 1936 was known as the Isham Jones Juniors. They recorded for Decca and later became the first band led by Woody Herman. Later in his life Jones concentrated on songwriting. This brilliant record was made in 1932. The vocal is by a still young Harry L. "Bing" Crosby.

2. Sweet Georgia Brown

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Sweet Georgia Brown

3. "Sweet Georgia Brown"

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"Sweet Georgia Brown"

4. Sweet Georgia Brown - Scopitone - color correction

  • Duration: 292
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Sweet Georgia Brown - Scopitone - color correction

5. Stephane Grappelli - Sweet Georgia Brown

  • Duration: 200
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6. Sweet Georgia Brown

  • Duration: 213
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7. Anita O'Day Sweet Georgia Brown

  • Duration: 271
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Sweet Georgia Brown O'Day Anita 1958 Anita O'Day at 38 at the 1958 Newport Jazz Festival sings Sweet Georgia Brown. Anita O'Day (born Anita Belle Colton on October 18, 1919 - died November 23, 2006) was an American jazz singer. O'Day was admired for her sense of rhythm and dynamics, and her early big band appearances shattered the traditional image of the "girl singer". Refusing to pander to any female stereotype, O'Day presented herself as a "hip" jazz musician, wearing a band jacket and skirt as opposed to an evening gown. She cited Martha Raye as the primary influence on her vocal style, although she also expressed admiration for Mildred Bailey, Ella Fitzgerald, and Billie Holiday. O'Day's long-term problems with heroin and alcohol addiction and her often erratic behavior related to those problems earned her the nickname "Jezebel of Jazz." After kicking the habit, she made a comeback at the 1970 Berlin Jazz Festival. She also appeared in the films Zig Zag (1970) and The Outfit (1974). She resumed making live and studio albums, many recorded in Japan, and several were released on her own label, Emily Records. O'Day spoke candidly about her drug addiction in her 1981 memoir, High Times, Hard Times. Her version of the standard, "Sing, Sing, Sing" was remixed by RSL and was included in the compilation album Verve Remixed 3 in 2005. 2006 saw her first album release in 13 years, entitled Indestructible!. A feature length documentary Anita O'Day: The Life of A Jazz Singer directed by Robbie Cavolina and Ian McCrudden, is due to be released in early 2007.

8. Sweet Georgia Brown & All of me

  • Duration: 579
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HC Big Band Live

9. John Allred - Sweet Georgia Brown

  • Duration: 409
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Sweet Georgia Brown - John Allred at the 2005 Ascona Jazz Festival with Olaf Poliehn piano, Andy Cleynert bass and Troy Davis drums John Allred - Trombone John Allred knew at a young age that he wanted to carry on the jazz legacy of his grandfather and father. John developed a deep appreciation for jazz. At the age of 13 years, John played his first jazz festival on trombone with his father, Bill Allred. A world-class trombonist, Bill played an important part in John's early musical development. Upon graduation from high school, John relocated to Southern California to start playing professionally with The Jazz Minors, a six-piece Dixieland jazz band at Disneyland in Anaheim. Still in his teens, John became very active in the Los Angeles music scene. In addition to his interest in early jazz, he ventured into other musical styles. John's versatility allowed him many opportunities to perform with big bands and studio orchestras. In 1987 John enthusiastically accepted an offer to join Woody Herman and The Young Thundering Herd as lead trombonist and featured soloist. With the Herd, John performed with Clark Terry, Buddy DeFranco, Terry Gibbs, Stan Getz, and Rosemary Clooney to name a few. During his engagement with Woody's band, John played in hundreds of clubs, concert halls and colleges across the nation, including Carnegie Hall and The Kennedy Center. John then relocated to Florida, In Orlando, John began working more with his father Bill in Bill Allred's Classic Jazz Band. Celebrating its 10th anniversary in 2000, this band continues to tour internationally, reaching thousands of fans and producing many exciting recordings. John released his first trombone solo recording, IN THE BEGINNING with Arbors Records in 1993 (ARCD 19115). In 1998 the John Allred Quintet released FOCUSED on the AppleJazz label (AJCD 0062). John Allred performs at many jazz parties, festivals, and workshops, making guest appearances worldwide.

10. Sweet Georgia Brown - Scott Hamilton

  • Duration: 366
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In a concert from Japan in 1986 Scott Hamilton and his swinging quartet play Sweet Georgia Brown. Scott is always so inspired and gives such a lot of listening pleasure. Drummer Chuck Ridges plays a 4 chorus drumsolo. He is a very creative and follows the melody patterns in such a logical way that even a non musician can follow where to come back in. Scott Hamilton on tenor saxophone, John Bunch piano, Chris Flory guitar, Phil Flanigan bass and Chuck Riggs drums.

11. Sweet Georgia Brown - Peanuts Hucko All Stars 1985

  • Duration: 368
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Sweet Georgia Brown – Peanuts Hucko All Stars 1985 Another great session to close this concert at the 1985 Bern Jazz Festival. Great masters having a spontenuous jam. What better tune than Sweet Georgia Brown On trumpets Yank Lawson and Wild Bill Davison. On cornet Warren Vache. In the reed section session leader Peanuts Hucko clarinet, Bob Wilber soprano sax, Danny Moss tenor sax. Trombones: George Masso and Bill Allred. Ralph Sutton piano, Bucky Pizzarelli guitar, Jack Lesberg bass and Gus Johnson drums. It is great to see and hear these great musicians more or less sticking to their established routines, after all, these made them famous and recognizable. Then there is this young rebel! Warren Vache, with an incredible technique but also with this wonderful perception throws in the one musical surprise after the other. At a certain point during their exchange solo chorus Wild Bill indicates that maybe one of his valves is not coming up as fast as he had wished for. This makes Warren burst out laughing, but he never misses a note in his next lines. Obviously Warren is excited and indicates a drum break in one of the last few ensembles, but nobody else noticed. After it’s over Warren keeps laughing at Gus, the drummer. Yes, this happens so often in our music and it so so good to see that it happens to the best as well. The fun of improvised jazz!

12. JIMMY SMITH...01 - Introduction - 02 - Sweet Georgia Brown

  • Duration: 643
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From Album - 1956 - The Incredible Jimmy Smith At Club Baby Grand, Vol. 1...By STUDIO DELTA

13. Sidney Bechet-Sweet Georgia Brown-1958

  • Duration: 481
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Sidney Bechet performs at the Cannes Jazz Festival in 1958.

14. SWEET GEORGIA BROWN jade 10-20-10 (3)

  • Duration: 232
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15. Sweet Georgia Brown

  • Duration: 110
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Sweet Georgia Brown

16. Q Big Band Delft - "Sweet Georgia Brown" - Delft 29/03/2013

  • Duration: 207
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Q Big Band Delft - "Sweet Georgia Brown" - Delft 29/03/2013

17. Sweet Georgia Brown-Venuti

  • Duration: 140
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Sweet Georgia Brown Newport All Stars 1969 In 1969 George Wein brings his Newport All Stars to Copenhagen, Denmark. In the band are Ruby Braff cornet, Joe Venuti violin, Barney Kessel guitar, Red Norvo vibraphone, Larry Ridley bass, Don Lamond drums and of course George Wein piano. Joe Venuti is introduced. He hasn't performed in Copenhagen for more than 35 years. This clip is a short version of Sweet Georgia Brown. Giuseppe (Joe) Venuti (September 16, 1903 -- August 14, 1978) was a U.S. jazz musician and violinist. Venuti claimed to have been born aboard a ship as his parents emigrated from Italy, though many believe he was simply born in Philadelphia. Considered the father of jazz violin, he pioneered the use of string instruments in jazz along with the guitarist Eddie Lang, a childhood friend of his. Through the 1920s and early 1930s, Venuti produced many recordings. He worked with Goodman, the Dorsey Brothers, Bing Crosby, the Boswell Sisters and most of the other important white jazz and semi-jazz figures of the late 1920s and early 1930s. However, following Lang's early death in 1933, he began to slip off the radar. After a period of relative obscurity in the 1940s and 1950s, he was 'rediscovered' in the late 1960s and established a musical relationship with tenor saxophonist Zoot Sims, that was almost as fruitful as his previous collaboration with Lang. Venuti and Sims produced a number of very exciting recordings in 1974/75: an appropriate coda to the great violinist's career.

18. Ella Fitzgerald & Duke Ellington orch. - Sweet Georgia Brown

  • Duration: 195
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http://bjazz.unblog.fr/music/musicians-hall-of-fame/ella-fitzgerald/ http://www.datday.com/ Ella at Duke's Place - The Duke Ellington Orchestra with the Jimmy Jones trio - 1966

19. CAFEBUBU - CAMP 10 - GYPSY GEEKS - Sweet Georgia Brown

  • Duration: 218
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