View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of John Hammond's Spirituals To Swing 30th Anniversary Concert () on Discogs.4/5(2). Discover releases, reviews, songs, credits, and more about John Hammond's Spirituals To Swing 30th Anniversary Concert () at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your collection/5(6). Jun 30, · Producer John Hammond was always a major proponent of integration and of recognizing the greatness of the top African-American jazz artists. While still in his late twenties, he presented two groundbreaking concerts at Carnegie Hall on Dec. 23, and Dec. 24, that were titled “From Spirituals To Swing” and lived up to their name.
Product Description. John Hammond's Carnegie Hall concerts brought a new legitimacy to black music and broke new ground in racial integration. These historic performances were previously excerpted on a 2-CD set in , but now enough unreleased material (23 cuts!) has been discovered to fill another CD, including the only live recordings that Lester Young and Charlie Christian made together!5/5(15). "Jumpin' at the Woodside" is a song first recorded in by the Count Basie Orchestra, and considered one of the band's signature tunes. When first released it reached number 11 on the Billboard charts and remained on them for four weeks. Since then, . Various - John Hammond's Spirituals To Swing 30th Anniversary Concert () (2xLP, Album, RE) Columbia: G US: Sell This Version: Various: Jumping At The Woodside Various - The Best Of I ♥ Jazz (Comp) 4 versions: CBS: Europe:
Let Wynton Marsalis welcome your students into the infectious energy of swing. As the voice behind the Jazz for Young People Curriculum, he brings the music to life through vibrant audio examples, lively activities, and narration filled with warmth and humor. Intended . Sep 20, · 50+ videos Play all Mix - "Jumpin' At The Woodside" - The Tonight Show Big Band YouTube JUMPIN' AT THE WOODSIDE / TORONTO ALL STAR BIG BAND / BEACHES JAZZ FESTIVAL / JULY 28 / - Duration: This activist spurred the boogie-woogie revival of the s with his concert From Spirituals to Swing: John Hammond. This saxophonist, who was one of Duke Ellington's chief soloists, stayed with the band for nearly five decades: featuring "Blood Count" and "Lotus Blossom," was a tribute album to. Billy Strayhorn. Duke Ellington. was a.