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Dark Eyes - Earl Fatha Hines And His Orchestra* - Earl Fatha Hines And His Orchestra

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  1. Mirisar says:
    Earl Hines was the first person to attend in his own orchestra discography: A History of Jazz Before Earl Kenneth Hines contains over more than 1, songs from this era, making real audio. Hines was born in Duquesne, Pennsylvania.
  2. Mushakar says:
    Page 4 in result lists. Shop records for sale for album Earl hines by Earl Hines on CDandLP in Vinyl and CD format.
  3. Zolot says:
    Dec 24,  · Earl Hines, in full Earl Kenneth Hines, byname Fatha, (born Dec. 28, , Duquesne, Pa., U.S.—died April 22, , Oakland, Calif.), American jazz pianist, bandleader, and composer whose unique playing style made him one of the most influential musicians in jazz history.. Hines was born into a musical family in Pittsburgh. As a child he learned trumpet from his father and then piano from.
  4. Faerr says:
    About Earl Fatha Hines. Hines was a key figure in the transition from Swing to Bebop -- his offbeat left-hand jabs brought heavy syncopation to his work in Louis Armstrong's Hot Five, and his octave melodies influenced scores of musicians that followed.
  5. Akinobar says:
    Distinguishing features of this submission: Two tone Bravo labels black with silver edges with black text and silver text on black field. Initial labels for this release, different from the Bravo black and gold labels of Earl "Fatha" Hines And His Orchestra* - Earl "Fatha" Hines And His Orchestra/5(1).
  6. Negul says:
    2) Honeysuckle Rose - Earl Hines and His Orchestra 3) Dark Eyes - Earl Hines and His Orchestra 4) The Sheik of Araby - Earl Hines and His Orchestra 5) No Good Woman Blues - Earl Hines and His Orchestra 6) Bow Legged Mama - Earl Hines and His Orchestra 7) My Name Is on the Door Bell - Earl Hines and His Orchestra.
  7. Felkree says:
    Earl Kenneth Hines, universally known as Earl "Fatha" Hines, (28 December – 22 April ) was a jazz musician, often referred to as "the first modern jazz pianist". In (on his 25th birthday) Hines began leading his own big band. For over 10 years his was "The Band" in Al Capone's Grand Terrace Cafe — Hines was Capone's "Mr Piano.

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