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Greg Ruby & The Rhythm Runners Play The Compositions Of Frank D. Waldron - Syncopated Classic Album

Greg Ruby & The Rhythm Runners Play The Compositions Of Frank D. Waldron - Syncopated Classic Album
Title:
Syncopated Classic
Performer:
Greg Ruby & The Rhythm Runners Play The Compositions Of Frank D. Waldron
Released:
2017
Catalog:
GRM004
Country:
US
MP3 album size:
1448 mb
FLAC album size:
2269 mb
Genre:
Label:
4 Culture

Tracklist


1Climb Them Walls4:08
2Climb Them Walls4:21
3That's It3:25
4Low Down3:43
5The Kaiser's Got The Blues (Since Uncle Sam Stepped In)3:33
6It's Easy3:06
7With Pep2:37
8Low Down3:07
9Valse Queen Ann4:13
10Go Get It3:44
11Valse Marguerite4:02


Credits


  • Artwork By, DesignMichael McDevitt
  • BassCassidy Holden
  • Clarinet, MandolinDennis Lichtman
  • Composed ByFrank D. Waldron
  • DrumsJulian MacDonough
  • Engineer, Mixed ByAdam Burd
  • Guitar, Banjo [6-String], ProducerGreg Ruby
  • Lacquer Cut ByLevi Seitz
  • MandolinMike Marshall
  • Mastered ByEd Brooks
  • TromboneCharlie Halloran
  • TrumpetGordon Au


Notes


Kickstarter funded project - Only 100 translucent copies pressed

The previously unrecorded compositions of Frank D. Waldron

Photos of Frank D. Waldron used by permission from the Black Heritage Society Of Washington State


Barcodes


  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Etched): GRM004-RR-SC-01-A CP-17-0030 BLACKBELT-LEVI
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Etched): GRM004-RR-SC-01-B CP-17-0030 BLACKBELT-LEVI


Companies


  • Pressed By – Cascade Record Pressing


Album


Syncopated Classic - Greg Ruby and the Rhythm Runners. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Washington Hall Stomp - Greg Ruby and the Rhythm Runners. In 2016, Greg Ruby and the Rhythm Runners unearthed, arranged and recorded for the first time, the lost compositions of Seattle jazz pioneer, Frank D. In 1924, Frank D. Waldron, Seattle jazz musician, composer and mentor to jazz greats Quincy Jones and Buddy Catlett, self-published a book of original compositions under the guise of a saxophone tutorial book called Frank D. Waldrons Syncopated Classic. Now for the first time in generations, Waldrons compositions can be heard again. Greg Ruby. Greg Ruby guitar and six-string banjo. Seattle-based guitarist and composer Greg Ruby play. 2017 Greg Ruby Music. More By Greg Ruby and the Rhythm Runners. Washington Hall Stomp. Greg Ruby and the Rhythm Runners feat. Gordon Au, Dennis Lichtman, Charlie Halloran & Cassidy Holden - Single. In 1924, a little-known yet influential Seattle jazz musician self-published nine original compositions in his book Frank D. Waldron's Syncopated Classic. Jazz guitarist Greg Ruby and writer Paul de Barros, in partnership with 4 Culture, have collaborated on a reprint of Waldrons 1924 educational songbook Syncopated Classic. It was there that he read about Syncopated Classic, Waldrons self-published songbook meant to teach various saxophone techniques. Or, as the front cover of the book says, how to slap tongue, flutter tongue, laugh, squeeze, etc. That began this curiosity, Ruby remembers. The collection of information about your use of the content, and combination with previously collected information, used to measure, understand, and report on your usage of the service. This does not include personalisation, the collection of information about your use of this service to subsequently personalise content andor advertising for you in other contexts, i. on other service, such as websites or apps, over time. Functional Cookies. Greg Ruby is raising funds for SYNCOPATED CLASSIC The lost work of a 1920s jazz composer on Kickstarter In 1924, Seattle jazz musician Frank D. Waldron wrote 9 original compositions. These songs have now been recorded for the first time. In 1924, Seattle jazz musician Frank D. PRE-ORDER NOW. Includes: Vinyl record - Autographed black vinyl. CD - Autographed. His most recent record, Syncopated Classic, unearthed the lost compositions of 1920s Seattle jazz composer, Frank D. Waldron and in 2017 earned the Northwest jazz recording of the year award by Seattles Earshot jazz magazine. Ruby began playing jazz guitar in his early 20s after hearing a record of Django Reinhardt. Obsessed with Reinhardts sound and inimitable technique, Ruby spent endless hours learning Djangos music and soon caught the attention of pioneering jazz manouche ensemble, Pearl Django. At the time, the group was one of the few bands in the U. dedicated to playing Django. Syncopated Classic