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  • Interprète: Irving Ashby
  • Titre: Guitar Rock
  • Taille FLAC: 2337 mb
  • Pays: US
  • Date de publication: 1957
  • # Catalogue: X5445
  • Label: Imperial
  • Classement: 4.3 of 5
  • Genre: Jazz
Irving Ashby - Guitar Rock flac

Tracklist

1Guitar Rock2:06
2Gonna Have A Good Time2:05

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
5445Irving Ashby Guitar Rock / Gonna Have A Good Time ‎(Shellac, 10")Imperial5445US1957
45-IM.5445Irving Ashby Guitar Rock ‎(7")Imperial45-IM.5445Canada1957
X5445Irving Ashby Guitar Rock ‎(7", Single)ImperialX5445US1957

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Guitar Rock. Irving Ashby. 2012 сингл. King Cole Trio: Vol. Birth of Jazz Guitar. Listen to Guitar Rock from Irving Ashby's 104pro Bestsellers Vol. 4 for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. After playing rhythm guitar in Lionel Hampton's orchestra, he played in the Nat King Cole Trio from 1947 to 1951. He then briefly replaced Charlie Wilson, a drummer, in the Oscar Peterson Trio, producing a lineup piano, guitar, bass similar to the Cole Trio's the substitution of a guitarist for a drummer continued until 1958. After leaving the Peterson Trio, Ashby concentrated on recording sessi read more. Ashby Irving C. Ashby December 29, 1920 April 22, 1987 was an American jazz guitarist. A Big Guitar B Motatin'. About this release. Imperial IM 5485 US. Thanks to snobb for the addition and js for the updates. Buy IRVING ASHBY - BIG GUITAR, MOTATIN' music. More places to buy metal & IRVING ASHBY music. Irving ashby - guitar rock. Artist: Irving Ashby. Album: Rock & Roll Party: The Early Years, 2016. IRVING ASHBY- Big guitar 1958 Imperial 5485 FIRST TIME ON YOU TUBE Has been played on. Australia 1. Guitar Rock from Irving Ashby 1957 7inch. And other albums from Irving Ashby are available on sale at Recordsale. Gonna Have A Good Rock. During the rock & roll era, Irving Ashby was a prolific session guitarist in and around Los Angeles, where he worked as a freelance musician. But like so many session players on R&R records, he was basically a jazzman, who had to adapt to the Big Beat in order to pay the bills. Irving Ashby was in demand primarily for his solid rhythm playing, but he was also a very adept soloist. Ashby began playing guitar at age nine. In 1940 he joined Lionel Hampton's band and continued playing with Hampton for two years. Irving Conrad Ashby December 29, 1920 April 22, 1987 was an American jazz guitarist. Ashby was born in Somerville, Massachusetts and started playing guitar when he was nine. His career started in 1940 when he became a member of Lionel Hampton's band, and he played on Hampton's hit Flying Home. In 1947, he took over for Oscar Moore in the Nat King Cole Trio. IRVING ASHBY- Big guitar 1958 Imperial 5485 FIRST TIME ON YOU TUBE


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