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Eddie Condon And His Orchestra - Impromptu Ensemble No. 1 - Various - Introduction To Jazz By The Rev. A.L. Kershaw (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Eddie Condon's Town Hall Concerts were historic in several ways. These weekly half-hour radio shows were very uncommercial (in fact they could not attract a sponsor), featured interracial bands and gave Condon an opportunity to put together well-paced programs. He would gather together a core band of Condonites who would have ensemble jams and individual features, and there were always a.
  2. Eddie Condon Eddie Condon was one of the shining lights of Traditional Jazz. His rhythmic guitar strumming was always tasty, but his real talent lay in getting the hottest musicians together. Condon's joyous jam sessions featured everyone from Louis Armstrong to Red Nichols to Willie "The Lion" Smith.
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  4. Eddie Condon's Treasury of Jazz () was a collection of articles co-edited by Condon and Richard Gehman. A latter-day collaborator, clarinetist Kenny Davern, described a Condon gig: "It was always a thrill to get a call from Eddie and with a gig involved even more so.
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  6. A fast-talking, wisecracking Midwesterner, Eddie Condon epitomized Chicago Jazz and his Greenwich Village nightclub was the heart of the New York jazz scene in the s. Joining us on Riverwalk Jazz, photographer, author and record producer Hank O'Neal, who collaborated on Eddie Condon's Scrapbook of Jazz talks about the Condon legacy.
  7. Eddie Condon was a jazz guitarist, banjoist and bandleader who was a leading figure in what was known as the Chicago school of early Dixieland jazz, and who carved a career which lasted through to the s, as his influence and versatility allowed him to successfully negotiate the musical vagaries of the swing, big band and bebop eras until he was able to ride the wave of the Dixeland revival 5/5(5).
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  9. Eddie was one hard-boiled character. Dour, opinionated, set in his ways, and frankly suspicious of anything that deviated too wildly from the music he knew and loved. Critics and journalists invented a stylistic war between the 'Be Boppers' and the 'Moldy Figs', as progressive innovators and traditional jazz-heads were respectively dubbed.

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