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Henry Red  Allen

Henry Red  Allen - Featuring P.W. Russel, Eddie Condon, Fats Waller, Edmond Hall
Henry James "Red" Allen (January 7, 1906 – April 17, 1967) was a jazz trumpeter and vocalist whose style has been claimed to be the first to fully incorporate the innovations of Louis Armstrong. Allen's career began in Sidney Desvigne's Southern Syncopators. He was playing professionally by 1924 with the Excelsior Brass Band and the jazz dance bands of Sam Morgan, George Lewisand John Casimir. After playing on riverboats on the Mississippi River he went to Chicago in 1927 to join King Oliver's band. Around this time he made recordings on the side in the band ofClarence Williams. After returning briefly to New Orleans where he worked with the bands of Fate Marable and Fats Pichon, he was offered a recording contract with Victor Records and returned to New York City, where he also joined the Luis Russell band, which was later fronted by Louis Armstrong in the late 1930s. In 1929 Allen joined Luis Russell's Orchestra where he was a featured soloist until 1932. Allen returned to working under his own name making numerous tours of the United States and Europe. He was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in late 1966, and, after undergoing surgery, made a final tour of England ending six weeks before his death on April 17, 1967 in New York City.

Language: International
Genre: Jazz
Format: 4 CD Box Double Case Digipack
Year: 2005
Price: $ 21.99
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Featuring P.W. Russel, Eddie Condon, Fats Waller, Edmond Hall
Henry ‘Red‘ Allen was one of be best and famoust New Orleans trumpeters in the early 1920s. His unique ‘modern‘ style was a full-value option to Louis Armstrong. This 4 CD collection from the "Quadromania Jazz" edition contains a huge amount of great tracks, for example Bugle Call Rag - Have You Ever Been In Heaven? - King Porter Stomp - Indiana - Struttin‘ With Some Barbecue - Body And Soul - Ain‘t She Sweet
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