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  1. Paris All-star blues: a tribute to Charlie Parker [] McShann, Jay. Performer Ocean, N.J.: Amerco: MusicMasters, ℗ Description Paris all-star blues [sound recording] [] McShann, Jay Performer Ocean, NJ: Musical Heritage Society, Description.
  2. Jay McShann led the band that played the blues, the last of the great Black Swing bands to come out of Kansas City and Swing so heavy that they rocked the country. This is a celebration in with Jay only in his 70s--he is still going strong now in ninety's--in Paris in a great hall, with some of the all stars of Jazz playing with him.
  3. Find Charlie Parker credit information on AllMusic. Jazz giant who changed the face of the entire form, practically inventing modern jazz and shaping the course of 20th century music.
  4. Special edition 2 CD SET ExclusiveJAZZ HERITAGE H//Jay McShann: Paris All Star Blues with The Jay McShann Kansas City Band/// Personnel: Jay McShann piano//Mel Lewis drums//Jimmy Woode bass//Clark Terry trumpet//Terence Blanchard trumpet//Carmell Jones trumpet// Tony Russo trumpet//Al Grey trombone//Jimmy Wilkins trombone//Marc Steckar trombone//Sahib Shihab sax//Hal 5/5(2).
  5. The jumpin' blues --Moten swing --I'm just a lucky so & so --Lonely boy blues --Parker's mood --Have you ever had the blues (take 1) --Sebastian (take 1) --Vine Street blues (take 1) --Hootie blues (take 1) --Say forward, I'll march --Tender touch --Swingin' the blues --Confessin' the blues --Have you ever had the blues (take 2) --Sebastin.
  6. Jay McShann led the band that played the blues, the last of the great Black Swing bands to come out of Kansas City and Swing so heavy that they rocked the country. This is a celebration in with Jay only in his 70s--he is still going strong now in ninety's--in Paris in a great hall, with some of the all stars of Jazz playing with him.5/5(5).
  7. Apr 19,  · I do not own the copyright to this recording. This video is for historical and educational purposes only. Composed by Jay McShann & Walter Brown Jay McShann.
  8. The CD reissue omitted two tracks from Two Pianos Vol. II, "I'll Catch The Sun" which was a solo feature for Jay McShann and "Ain't Misbehavin'" which Ralph Sutton played solo. Another CD of recordings by the same group with the same title was released by Chiaroscuro on CD as Last of the Whorehouse Piano Players.

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