for that interfere this situation familiar..

Category: Rock

At The Jazz Band Ball - Gene Krupas Swing Band, Gene Krupa & His Chicago Jazz - Swing Is Here (Vinyl, LP)

8 thoughts on “ At The Jazz Band Ball - Gene Krupas Swing Band, Gene Krupa & His Chicago Jazz - Swing Is Here (Vinyl, LP)

  1. The Gene Krupa Orchestra became one of the most popular swing bands in the U.S., but it folded in after Krupa was arrested and jailed on a marijuana possession charge. Eventually rehabilitated after the charge was dropped (the chief witness recanted!), he was again voted the most outstanding drummer in the U.S. in January and soon.
  2. These are the last songs recorded by Gene Krupa as a full-time bandleader. The Cd starts out with the final Columbia recordings Krupa made during his Bebop period. Krupa then jumped to RCA Victor in March, The band sounds good although it's biggest star, Roy Eldridge, had left to tour Europe with Benny Goodman.5/5(1).
  3. The Gene Krupa Trio was one of the first acts recruited by Norman Granz for his "Jazz At The Philharmonic" concerts(due to contractual reasons, Gene was first billed as "The Chicago Flash."). The JATP dates introduced the famous "Drum Battles" with Buddy Rich in October of and the subsequent studio recordings on the Lp "Krupa and Rich" in.
  4. Oct 17,  · Gene Krupa, who changed the drummer in jazz bands from a timekeeper to a soloist through his flamboyant performances in Benny Goodman's orchestra in the nineteenthirties, died yesterday at his.
  5. With his swing orchestras Gene tried to introduce his musicians to all sorts of good music,especially the classics and composers like Sibelius. These bands played several classics with a jazz feel and this album allowed him to devote himself to such great music as "Poet & Peasant Overture","Ritual Fire Dance", "Sabre Dance" "Valse Triste" etc/5(16).
  6. The performance starts out great, but hecklers begin jeering him. To the audience’s surprise the Tommy Dorsey Band drummer picks up the beat when Krupa falters, and covers for his fellow drummer as a sign of support. Gene composes himself and is able to finish a call-and-response two-man drum solo. The audience rewards Krupa with a standing.
  7. Mar 15,  · Gene Krupa has to be one of the most misunderstood musicians in jazz history. In his time, he was a drummer whose energetic charisma propelled him into a rare level of celebrity. A marquee star from the s on, he appeared not only onstage but also in Hollywood films. In he was even the subject of a major biopic, The Gene Krupa Story.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *