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  1. Tojar

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    Even as the Joe Venuti/Eddie Lang instrumentals from the late '20s are worth their weight in gold, more than half of the fun in listening to an overview of this section of their complete recorded works is derivable from the often silly vocalists. Pianist Rube Bloom had a charmingly wobbly voice, preferable perhaps to the too-perfect, painfully innocent, but nevertheless endearing efforts of.
  2. Dicage

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    BASF (E) BAP , Joe Venuti The Daddy Of The Violin, BBC Records (E) REB , Gt Orig Perfs – JV / Eddie Lang, Big Band Archives LP, Joe Venuti .
  3. Fezshura

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    JOE VENUTI Violinology ( French track stereo vinyl LP, recorded in Milan in April the previous year with Lou Stein, Marco Ratti & Gil Cuppini. There is just a spot of light 'foxing' on the back of the sleeve but otherwise this is an excell ent copy) More Info, Tracklisting & Image.
  4. Arajora

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    A1 to A4 recorded in probably France in the early s. A5 to A7 recorded in Milan, Italy in B1 to B6 recorded in Seattle in Track A4 not listed on label.
  5. Mooguhn

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    Joe Venuti Biography by Scott Yanow + Follow Artist. Immensely talented jazz violinist who played with vitality and invention throughout his long career. Violinology: RCA Joe Venuti in Milan: Vanguard Joe and Zoot: Chiaroscuro The Joe Venuti Blue Four: Chiaroscuro .
  6. Shat

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    JOE VENUTI at Records By Mail. We offer the most comprehensive selection of vinyl records anywhere! original green vinyl, very slight cover wear. Add to cart. JOE VENUTI: violinology. JUMP Add to want list. Out of Stock. Item # · Jazz LP. JOE VENUTI: doin' things.
  7. Vuzilkree

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    About Joe Venuti. Ground zero for jazz violin, Joe Venuti's late s partnership with guitarist Eddie Lang obviously inspired the European coupling of Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grappelli. Venuti's recordings from this period are so joyous that you'll forget all .
  8. Fauzshura

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    Joe Venuti, Soundtrack: Sweet and Lowdown. Joe Venuti was born on September 16, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA as Giuseppe Venuti. He was an actor, known for Sweet and Lowdown (), Inserts () and Sarge Goes to College (). He died on August 14, in Seattle, Washington, USA.
  9. Salabar

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    Joe Venuti, regarded by some as the Father of Jazz Violin, enjoyed a recording career under his own billing that stretched from to Besides momentary lapses in the years after and one big gap from to , this activity is practically continuous. But in his last decade, Joe effectively surpassed his prodigious to output in the sheer number of late recordings he.

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