Albert Nicholas - Art Hodes Quartet performing the "Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gave To Me" from the album "The New Orleans - Chicago Connection" recorded on July 19 & 27, 1959. Personnel: Albert Nicholas - Clarinet Art Hodes - Piano Earl Murphy - Bass Fred Kohlman - Drums.
Albert Nicholas: all albums, including Albert Nicholas in Europe, Sweet Substitute, Clarinet Duets with the John Defferary Jazztet & The Trevor Richards New Orleans Trio and others.
This particular album, one of two cut by Nicholas during a rare 1959 visit to the States, teams the melodic clarinetist with the great pianist Art Hodes, bassist Earl Murphy, and drummer Freddy Kohlman. They jam through a set of standards and blues, and the results are enjoyable. The 1997 CD reissue not only has the original 11 selections, but nine alternate takes and a previously unissued "Careless Love" from the same sessions.
The New Orleans-Chicago Connection is a original new orleans jazz music boxset, compilation recording by ALBERT NICHOLAS released in 1997 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. Bass – Earl Murphy Clarinet – Albert Nicholas Drums – Fred Kohlman Piano – Art Hodes. Delmark Records – DE-207 (US). Thanks to snobb for the addition. The New Orleans - Chicago Connection Delmark 2012.
Albert Nicholas - Albert's Blues. 09. I've Found A New Baby. 04. Please Don't Talk About M. p3. 03. Basin Street Blues. 01. Royal Garden Blues.
It was covered by Russell "Big Chief" Moore's Pow Wow Jazz Band, Allegheny Jazz Quartet, Jacques Kerrien, Ralph Sutton with Len & Bob Barnard and other artists. SecondHandSongs is building the most comprehensive source of cover song information.
albert nicholas quartet albert nicholas quartet with art hodes. Delmar appears unplayed DL-207 Earl Murphy Freddy Kohlman Chicago jazz. Price : 1. 4 € . 6 €. Format : LP. Cover condition : NM (Near Mint) Media condition : M (Mint). nicholas, albert, the traditional jazz studio albert's blues. SUPRAPHON - 1 15 1420 - STEREO - CZECHOSLOVAKIA - Original of 1972 - 1972. Price : . 0 €.
Freddie Kohlman was born in New Orleans and began playing professionally as a teenager, working with A. J. Piron, Joe Robichaux, Papa Celestin, and Sam Morgan. He moved to Chicago in the middle of the 1930s, where he played with Albert Ammons, Stuff Smith, Earl Hines, and Lee Collins. After returning to New Orleans in 1941, he led his own band from 1944. In 1969 he appeared at the New Orleans Jazz Festival He played in European festivals with his own groups in the 1970s and 1980s. He recorded with Chris Barber and Dr. John in 1980, and also appears on record with Albert Nicholas, Art Hodes, Bob Wilber, Harry Connick, J. the Excelsior Brass Band, and the Heritage Hall Jazz Band.
Artist Album Song Title. The New Orleans-Chicago Connection Album Cover Art. Albert Nicholas Quartet, Art Hodes.
|1||Digga Digga Do||3:13|
|2||Winin' Boy Blues||2:47|
|3||Song Of The Wanderer||3:43|
|5||Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gave To Me||3:10|
|7||Lover Come Back To Me||2:36|
|9||I'm Comin' Virginia||2:59|
|11||Nick Warms Up||0:12|
|12||Rose Room (Alternate)||3:12|
|13||I'm Comin' Virginia (Alternate)||2:57|
|14||Lover Come Back To Me (Alternate)||2:40|
|15||Winin' Boy Blues (Alternate)||2:50|
|16||Digga Digga Do (Alternate)||3:09|
|18||Song Of The Wanderer (Alternate)||2:47|
|19||Ain't Misbehavin' (Alternate)||5:00|
|20||Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gave To Me (Alternate)||3:15|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Delmark Records
- Copyright (c) – Delmark Records
- Artwork By [Cover Art] – W. Hopkins
- Bass – Earl Murphy
- Clarinet – Albert Nicholas
- Design – Al Brandtner
- Drums – Fred Kohlman*
- Featuring – The Albert Nicholas-Art Hodes Quartet
- Liner Notes – Bob Koester*
- Piano – Art Hodes
- Producer, Supervised By – Robert G. Koester
- Recorded By – Bill Hall
NotesRecorded July 19 & 27, 1959.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 38153-0207-2 9
|DL-207||The Albert Nicholas Quartet*, Art Hodes||The Albert Nicholas Quartet*, Art Hodes - The Albert Nicholas Quartet With Art Hodes (LP, Album, Mono)||Delmark Records, Delmar Records||DL-207||US||Unknown|
|32-135||Albert Nicholas Quartet||Nick's Jazz (LP)||Esquire||32-135||UK||1961|
Performer: The Albert Nicholas Quartet
Title: The New Orleans-Chicago Connection
Date of release: 1997
Size MP3: 1337 mb
Size FLAC: 1517 mb
Rating: 4.9 / 5
Other Formats: RA AU AHX APE AUD DMF WAV