Image of l-r. George Dixon, Wallace Bishop, Earl Hines, Louis Taylor and Quinn Wilson at the Grand Terrace Cafe, Chicago, 1932.

Earl Hines

(piano) 28th December 1903 - 22nd April 1983

Awaiting updated biography

and photo.

In the meantime, you may like to peruse the Wikipedia page for this artist.

Image of L-r. George Dixon, Earl Hines, Wallace Bishop, Omer Simeon, Jimmy Mundy at the Grand Terrace Cafe, Chicago, 1932. < Top
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Earl Hines

"Swingin' Down"

The early performances by one of the great innovatory leaders of the big band era. Recorded in New York City and Chicago during the years 1932-34. Featuring soloists: Billy Franklin, Walter Fuller, Darnell Howard, Omar Simeon and Trummy Young.

Titles - Deep Forest / Oh You Sweet Thing / Blue Drag / I Love You Because I Love You / I Love You Because I Love You / Sensational Mood / My One Ambition Is You / Rosetta / Rosetta / Why Must We Part? / Maybe I'm To Blame / Cavernism / Take It Easy / Harlem Lament / Bubbling Over / I Want A Lot Of Love / Just To Be In Caroline / We Found Romance / Blue / Madhouse / Julia / Darkness / You're The One Of My Dreams / Swingin' Down.

Price includes postage & packaging per order: £8.99

Earl Hines - "Cavernism" (1933)

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