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In a piano workshop in Berlin in 1965 we see and hear pianist Earl "Fatha" Hines perform "Memories of You". Earl "Fatha" Hines (1903-1983) played piano in Chicago clubs in the 1920s, first as a soloist and later as a bandleader. He made several recordings with Louis Armstrong in the '20s and '30s, then joined Armstrong again in the late 1940s to tour with the All Stars. He made scores of recordings, including "Stormy Monday Blues" and "Second Balcony Jump," toured the world and made records into the 1970s. Known for his great technique and talent for improvisation, Hines' horn-like phrasing and rhythm influenced popular jazz through the swing era and into bebop.
Recorded in Paris on November 4, 1949 (1-13) & November 6, 1949 (14-16) Tracklist: 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 13 Fine And Dandy 14 Sugar 15 Boogie Woogie On St Louis Blues 16 Singin' For My French Brother
A 1975 documentary on the great Blues pianist Earl Hines, one of the most influential figures in the development of jazz piano. The film was made at the Blues Alley nightclub in Washington DC for Britain's ITV television channel. The International Herald Tribune called it "The greatest jazz film ever made". In the film, Hines said, "The way I like to play is that ... I'm an explorer, if I might use that expression, I'm looking for something all the time ... almost like I'm trying to talk."
Tracks: 1 Just Friends 00:00 2 I Cover The Waterfront 08:42 3 The One I Love Belongs To Somebody Else 12:49 4 East Of The Sun 21:16 5 Can't We Talk It Over 29:31 6 Indian Summer 40:00 7 You Made Me Love You 44:43 8 If I Had You 50:13 9 Velvet Moon 57:51 Credits: Earl Hines - Piano Recorded in New York City, 1977
Decca – DL 75048 1969 Recorded 8th and 11th of March, 1968, New York City. Bass – Bill Pemberton Drums – Oliver Jackson Piano – Earl "Fatha" Hines* Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – Budd Johnson Trumpet – Buck Clayton A1 The One I Love 0:00 A2 I Love My Baby 3:31 A3 Nobody Knows (And Nobody Seems To Care) 6:51 A4 Saturday 10:52 A5 You're Mine, You! 13:22 A6 Thinking Of You 17:02 B1 For Me And My Gal 20:29 B2 Shine On Harvest Moon 24:27 B3 Back In Your Own Back Yard 33:25 B4 Everything Depends On You 36:49 B5 Rhythm Sundae 39:26
Welcome to MUSIC CIRCLE Earl Hines explains his influences and technique Earl Kenneth Hines, universally known as Earl "Fatha" Hines (December 28, 1903 – April 22, 1983), was an American jazz pianist and bandleader. He was one of the most influential figures in the development of jazz piano and, according to one major source, is "one of a small number of pianists whose playing shaped the history of jazz". ♫▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪₢ PLEASE SUBCRIBE, LIKE & COMMENT! - MUSIC CIRCLE. ♫▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪₢ #MusicCircle, #TopMusic , Art Tatum, #EarlHines , #JacobCollier , Oscar Peterson, #Gospel , #HammondOrgan , #Bass , #Keyboard , #Guitar , #Drums , #ClassicalMusic , #Jazz, #Blues, #Funk , Stride, Reggae ♫▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪₢ Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.
01. Crazy Rhythm 02. Rosetta 03. Just One More Chance 04. Rifftide 05. Indian Summer Coleman Hawkins - sax tenor Earl Hines - piano Oliver Jackson - bass George Tucker - drums
Earl Hines Piano [Solo] - Earl Hines Chicago, 12 December, 1928 Recorded while Hines is working with Louis Armstrong on his last records in Chicago in December. 1928. Both Hines and Armstrong were working with Carroll Dickerson's big band at the Savoy Ballroom on Chicago's South Side in the center of the very important African-American community which had just in November made Oscar DePriest as the first African-American elected to the US congress in the 20th century.
Tracks: A1 Tea For Two 00:00 A2 Velvet Moon 06:16 A3 Blues After Midnight 11:50 A4 Shiny Stockings 18:20 B1 Blues In Thirds 22:41 B2 When I Dream Of You 28:08 B3 Sweet Lorraine 34:35 B4 Stanley's Dance 40:34 Recorded April 20, 1965
This is from Earl Hines - At Home, recorded in 1969 on his own piano. The piano was a gift from Scott Newhall, and there's a silver plate above the keyboard which has had these words inscribed: 'Presented by jazz lovers from all over the world. This piano is the only one of its kind in the world and expresses the great genius of a man who never played a melancholy note in his lifetime on a planet that has often succumbed to despair'. The Steinway has a fantastic, rich sound. Earl Hines' solo records are mostly made in one take, no splicing or anything. At Home, Hines '65 and East of the Sun are all wonderfully recorded, great records of one of the greatest pianoplayers ever.
Subscribe for more jazz and classical music: 🤍 Listen to our playlist “The Best of Jazz” on Deezer: 🤍 Like us on Facebook: 🤍 ▶ BUY the full MP3 album from our music store: 🤍 ♫♫♫ Special Price ♫♫♫ ▶ BUY on Amazon: 🤍 THE BEST OF JOHNNY DODDS - Volume 1 “The King of New Orleans Clarinet” Featuring: Louis Armstrong, Kid Ory, Earl Hines, Lovie Austin and others NEW ORLEANS WANDERERS: George Mitchell (cn); Kid Ory (tb); Johnny Dodds (cl); Lil Hardin (p); Johnny St. Cyr (bj) - July 13, 1926 1. Perdido Street Blues (Armstrong) Joe Clark (as) added 2. Gate Mouth (Armstrong) (03:27) 3. Too Tight (Armstrong) (06:12) 4. Papa Dip (Armstrong) (09:06) LOVIE AUSTIN'S SERENADERS: Shirley Clay (cn); Kid Ory (tb); Johnny Dodds (cl); Lovie Austin (p); W.E. Burton (dm) - c.April, 1926 5. Jackass Blues (Stitzell - Kassell) (11:57) 6. Frog Tongue Stomp (Austin) (14:52) LOVIE AUSTIN'S SERENADERS: Bob Shoffner (cn); Kid Ory (tb); Johnny Dodds (cl); Lovie Austin (p); Eustern Woodfork (bj); Henry Williams (voc) - c.August, 1926 7. Chicago Mess Around (Austin) (17:24) 8. Galion Stomp (Austin) (20:25) 9. In the Alley Blues (Austin) (23:28) 10. Merry Maker's Twine (Nelson - Mack) (26:23) JOHNNY DODDS' BLACK BOTTOM STOMPERS: Louis Armstrong (cn); Roy Palmer (tb); Johnny Dodds (cl); Barney Bigard (ts); Earl Hines (p); Bud Scott (bj); Baby Dodds (dm) - April 22, 1927 11. Weary Blues (Matthews) (29:16) 12. New Orleans Stomp (Armstrong - Hardin) (32:00) 13. Wild Man Blues (Armstrong - Morton) (34:39) 14. Melancholy (Bloom - Melrose) (37:41) THE CHICAGO FOOTWARMERS: Natty Dominique (cn); Johnny Dodds (cl); Jimmy Blythe (p); Baby Dodds (wbd) - December 3, 1927 15. Ballin' the Jack (Clark) (40:45) 16. Grandma's Ball (Blythe) (43:29) Same - December 15, 1927 17. My Baby (Johnson) (46:12) 18. Oriental Man (Blythe - Johnson) (48:58) JOHNNY DODDS' TRIO: Johnny Dodds (cl); Charlie Alexander (p); Bill Johnson (b) - July 5, 1928 19. Blue Clarinet Stomp (Dodds) (51:37) 20. Blue Piano Stomp (Dodds) (54:48) JOHNNY DODDS WASHBOARD BAND: Natty Dominique (cn); Honore Dutrey (tb); Johnny Dodds (cl); Charlie Alexander (p); Bill Johnson (bs); Baby Dodds (dm) - July 6, 1928 21. Bucktown Stomp (Dodds) (57:57) 22. Weary City (Dodds) (01:01:02) 23. Bull Fiddle Blues (Dodds) (01:03:49) 24. Blue Washboard Stomp (Dodds) (01:06:41) JOHNNY DODDS AND HIS ORCHESTRA: Natty Dominique (cn); Preston Jackson (tb); Johnny Dodds (cl), Richard M. Jones(p), Lonnie Johnson (g), John Lindsay (b), Baby Dodds (dm) - June 5, 1940 25. Red Onion Blues (Williams) (01:09:26) 26. Gravier Street Blues (Williams) (01:12:22) Thank you so much for watching this video by Halidon Music channel, we hope you enjoyed it! Don't forget to share it and subscribe to our channel 🤍 Love Jazz? Then look no further! With new videos constantly added, Halidon Music is home to the best Jazz on YouTube. Relive the magic of Jazz legends Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday, Lester Young, Benny Goodman, Glenn Miller, Charlie Parker, Coleman Hawkins, Django Reinhardt, Lionel Hampton, Eddie Condon, Count Basie and many more. Travel back in time to the Golden Age of Jazz with us!
Label: Jazz Life - 2273012 Format: Vinyl Country: Germany Recorded 1977 Song List: 【00:00】A1 - Indian Summer 【10:25】A2 - You Made Me Love You 【18:40】A3 - The One I Love Belongs To Somebody Else 【22:48】A4 - Can't We Talk It Over 【30:25】B1 - I Cover The Waterfront 【35:08】B2 - If I Had You 【43:48】B3 - East Of The Sun 【52:15】B4 - Just Friends Musicians: ・Earl Hines (Piano)
Jazz pianist Earl Hines (1903-83) recorded this piano solo for the Okeh label in Chicago, February 12, 1928, but in Europe we know this recording from the Parlophone New Rhythm Style Series. He plays the so-called barrelhouse piano, which is a piano that is slightly out of tune giving this barroom feeling. The song "I ain't got nobody" is a song that is probably older than most of us expected, since it was written around 1915 by Spencer Williams. It has been recorded several times during the years by such different artists as Bessie Smith, Fats Waller, Louis Armstrong, Merle Haggard and Rosemary Clooney. The first recording was made as early as in 1916 by Marion Harris. In the 1950s this song was coupled by Louis Prima together with the song "Just a Gigolo" and that connection has proven popular especially since David Lee Roth had a big hit with the coupling in the mid 1980s, and in Sweden the popular Swedish dansband Ingmar Nordström had a hit with a Swedish version called "Gösta Gigolo". Well, we are now a long way from Earl Hines, but this is the kind of song that can be interpreted in many ways and by many different kinds of artists from hard rock singers to jazz pianists ... it all hangs together, somehow.
Louis Armstrong and Earl Hines make beautiful jazz together! LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND EARL HINES Louis Armstrong, trumpet, accompanied by Earl Hines, piano. Recorded in Chicago on December 5th, 1928 402199-A Weather Bird Parlophone A-7379
HONEYSUCKLE ROSE (concluded) / ST.LOUIS BLUES
Muggsy Spanier - Trumpet, cornet.... Jimmy Archey - Trombone.... Darnell Howard - Clarinet.... Earl Hines - Piano.... Pops Foster - Bass.... Earl Watkins - Drums.... .......................................................... 1 My Monday Date 2 Mood Indigo 3 Wang-Wang Blues 4 Pops Blues 5 Apex Blues 6 Caravan 7 I Ain't Got Nobody 8 Mahogany Hall Stomp 9 Savoy Blues 10 I Found A New Baby 11 Relaxin' At The Touro Medley 12.a Bugle Call Rag 12.b Ole Miss 13 I'm Coming Virginia 14 It's Right Here For You 15 When The Saints Go Marching In .......................................................... Recorded -1954 .......................................................... Why search for your favorite music in my channel? Because i'm always trying to name the musicians, place and date of the recordings! ............................................................ Please let me know if i have missed something. ............................................................ Make it easy on yourself.. check my playlists, or search my channel for your favorite artist/song..... ............................................................ Subscribe yourself to the channel to keep up with the latest uploads ............................................................ Have Fun!! ........................................................... I Will remove any video if asked too. ........................................................... And most of all !!! ........................................................... I hope that , trough these video's, i have inspired you to go and get the original recordings because there is nothing like the original!! So that's what i'm doing it for..... Go to your local recordstore, the internet or whatever, and get the original!! ........................................................... Enjoy !!! ............................................................ FAIR USE DISCLAIMER: I do not own copyright for this copyrighted artwork, but under Section 107 United States Copyright Law as noted by the United States Copyright Office (Copyright Act 1976), allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. I state here in a good faith that I have made and uploaded here this copy of this copyrighted artwork completely for the purposes of teaching and research, that my action - i.e. my production of the copy of this copyrighted artwork and sharing of it here on Youtube in this particular case - is totally non-profit, and that I believe that my production of this copy of this copyrighted artwork and sharing of it here in Youtube in this particular case can only increase value of this copyrighted artwork and produce only positive effects for this copyrighted artwork in its potential market.
The wonderful Earl 'Father' Hines playing some great piano with his trio, Johnny Green (Bass) & Earl Watkins (drums) Earl Kenneth Hines, also known as Earl "Fatha" Hines (December 28, 1903 – April 22, 1983), was an American jazz pianist and bandleader. He 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". The trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie (a member of Hines's big band, along with Charlie Parker) wrote, "The piano is the basis of modern harmony. This little guy came out of Chicago, Earl Hines. He changed the style of the piano. You can find the roots of Bud Powell, Herbie Hancock, all the guys who came after that. If it hadn't been for Earl Hines blazing the path for the next generation to come, it's no telling where or how they would be playing now. There were individual variations but the style of ... the modern piano came from Earl Hines." The pianist Lennie Tristano said, "Earl Hines is the only one of us capable of creating real jazz and real swing when playing all alone." Horace Silver said, "He has a completely unique style. No one can get that sound, no other pianist". Erroll Garner said, "When you talk about greatness, you talk about Art Tatum and Earl Hines". Count Basie said that Hines was "the greatest piano player in the world
Earl Hines, p, v, dir: Shirley Clay, Bob Schoffner, c / William Franklin, tb / Lester Boone, cl, as, bar / Toby Turner, cl, as / Cecil Irwin, cl, ts / Claude Roberts, bj, g / Hayes Alvis, bb / Benny Washington, d. Chicago, February 15, 1929.
How Long, How Long Blues. Barbara Dane - Vocal Earl Hines - Piano Benny Carter - Trumpet Herbie Harper - Trombone John Halliburton - Trombone Plas Johnson - Tenor Leroy Vinnegar - Bass Shelly Manne - Drums Recorded in 1959 From the original Album : Barbara Dane - Livin' With The Blues Dot Records - DLP 25177
From the 1975 Nice Jazz Festival, broadcast on French television in 1977. Johnny Guarnieri: BYE BYE BLUES [mislabeled as WANG WANG BLUES] - I'M JUST WILD ABOUT HARRY (solo) / S'POSIN' (add Larry Ridley, string bass, Ray Mosca, drums) (7.22-23.75) Earl Hines: CANADIAN SUNSET - LULLABY OF BIRDLAND - CLOSE TO YOU (Harley White, string bass; Eddie Graham, drums) Art Hodes (7.27.75) THE MOOCHE Johnny Guarnieri: THE SHEIK OF ARABY / (7.24.75) CAROLINA SHOUT Sammy Price (7.25.75) BOOGIE WOOGIE (Doc Cheatham, Gene Connors, John Hardee, others) Presented by Michael Steinman for JAZZ LIVES (🤍).