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Seger Ellis - Jazz in a Sentimental Mood flac
Title:
Jazz in a Sentimental Mood
Performer:
Seger Ellis
Style:
Early Jazz,Tin Pan Alley Pop,Vocal Jazz
Duration:
01:19:23
Released:
November 6, 2001
FLAC album size:
1327 mb
MP3 album size:
1397 mb
Other formats:
MPC DTS ASF WMA AHX MP2
Genre:
Rating:
4.1

Jazz & Jazz Vocals CD. THE OLD MASTERS RECORDS compact disc number MB-131 titled "Seger Ellis: Jazz In A Sentimental Mood. The music found on this fine compact disc was recorded in New York City on the dates as listed by the following artists: Track 1-"SHOULD I?" was recorded on February 28, 1930 by Tommy Dorsey-trumpet; Murray Keliner-violin; Seger Ellis-piano and vocal; Eddie Lang-guitar; Stan King-drums. Track 2-"UNDER A TEXAS MOON" was recorded on January 13, 1930 by Seger Ellis-piano and vocal; Eddie Lang-guitar.

Originally written by jazz piano legend, Duke Ellington, "In A Sentimental Mood" is a slow and beautiful jazz tune featuring a Tenor Saxophone solo originally played by well-known jazz saxophonist, John Coltrane. This arrangement is more simple than the original. Originally written by jazz piano legend, Duke Ellington, "In A Sentimental Mood" is a slow and beautiful jazz tune featuring a Tenor Saxophone solo originally played by well-known jazz saxophonist, John Coltrane.

Profile: American jazz pianist, singer and occasional actor, born July 4, 1904 in Houston, Texas, died on September 29, 1995. In Groups: Seger Ellis And His Choirs Of Brass Orchestra, Seger Ellis And His Orchestra. Variations: Viewing All Seger Ellis. Bud Blue, D. Ellis, E. Segar, Ellis, R. Ellis, S, Ellis, S. Ellis, Sega, Segar Ellis, Seger, Seger Ellis Con Los Tampa Blue Artistas.

Redirected from You're All I Want For Christmas). Seger Pillot Ellis (July 4, 1904 in Houston, Texas – 1995 in Houston, Texas) was a jazz pianist and vocalist. He also made a few brief film appearances, most notably in collaboration with director Ida Lupino. Ellis began his career as pianist playing live for a local Houston radio station (later known as KPRC) in the early 1920s.

Seger Ellis (July 4, 1904 in Houston, Texas – 1995 in Houston, Texas) was a jazz pianist and vocalist. Albums by Seger EllisSort:By Album A - Z. Louis Armstrong and the Blues Singers: 1924-1930. Jazz in a Sentimental Mood. Lover, Come Back to Me. 3:09.

Seger Ellis - Sentimental Blues - New York, 2. 3. Sentimental Blues (Seger Ellis), played by Michael Chisholm. Sentimental Blues by Seger Ellis (1928, Jazz piano). Top Songs By Seger Ellis. 1. Should I. Tommy Dorsey Feat. 168. 2. To Be In Love. 52. Have A Little Faith In Me. Seger Ellis.

Jazz in a Sentimental Mood. SongMeanings is a place for discussion and discovery.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Should I? Seger Ellis 3:16
2 Under a Texas Moon Seger Ellis 3:14
3 If I Can't Have You Seger Ellis 2:49
4 Sweet Sue, Just You Will J. Harris / Victor Young Seger Ellis 2:58
5 If I Could Be With You Seger Ellis 3:16
6 I Wonder How It Feels Seger Ellis 2:51
7 Chloe Neil Moret (Chas. N. Daniels) / Gus Kahn Seger Ellis 3:13
8 What's the Use? Seger Ellis 3:09
9 It's a Lonesome Old Town Seger Ellis 3:11
10 Lover, Come Back to Me Oscar Hammerstein II / Sigmund Romberg Seger Ellis 3:09
11 Where the Shy Little Violets Grow Gus Kahn / Harry Warren Seger Ellis 2:55
12 If I Had a Talking Picture of You Seger Ellis 3:16
13 Mean to Me Fred E. Ahlert / Roy Turk Seger Ellis 2:58
14 I Miss a Little Miss Seger Ellis 2:52
15 Ain't Misbehavin' Harry Brooks / Andy Razaf / Fats Waller Seger Ellis 3:08
16 Cheerful Little Earful Ira Gershwin / Billy Rose / Harry Warren Seger Ellis 2:51
17 My Love for You Seger Ellis 2:48
18 As Long as You're There Seger Ellis 2:51
19 I Must Be Dreaming Seger Ellis 2:54
20 Nobody But You Seger Ellis 3:15
21 Nevertheless Seger Ellis 2:50
22 Don't Be That Way Benny Goodman / Mitchell Parish / Edgar Sampson Seger Ellis 2:57
23 Blue Shadows Seger Ellis 3:13
24 There's Danger in Your Eyes, Cherie Jack Maskill / Harry Richman / Pete Wendling Seger Ellis 3:19
25 I'm Confessing That I Love You Seger Ellis 2:59
26 What Is This Thing Called Love? Cole Porter Seger Ellis 3:11

Credits

Fred E. Ahlert - Composer
Louis Armstrong - Trumpet
Walter Biedermann - Violin
Rube Bloom - Piano
Arnold Brillhardt - Clarinet, Flute, Sax (Alto)
Harry Brooks - Composer
Charlie Butterfield - Trombone
Hoagy Carmichael - Piano
Tony Colucci - Guitar
Jimmy Dorsey - Clarinet, Guest Artist, Sax (Alto), Trumpet
Tommy Dorsey - Guest Artist
Seger Ellis - Piano, Primary Artist
Fuzzy Farrar - Trumpet
Ira Gershwin - Composer
Benny Goodman - Composer
George Hamilton Green - Drums
Oscar Hammerstein II - Composer
Will J. Harris - Composer
Gus Kahn - Composer
Murray Kellner - Violin
Stan King - Drums
Manny Klein - Trumpet
Carl Kress - Guitar
Eddie Lang - Guest Artist
Jack Maskill - Composer
Neil Moret (Chas. N. Daniels) - Composer
George Morrow - Digital Restoration
Phil Napoleon - Trumpet
The Old Masters - Producer
Mitchell Parish - Composer
Cole Porter - Composer
Andy Razaf - Composer
Harry Richman - Composer
Justin Ring - Director
Sigmund Romberg - Composer
Billy Rose - Composer
Edgar Sampson - Composer
Andy Sannella - Clarinet, Guitar (Steel), Sax (Alto)
Arthur Schutt - Piano
Muggsy Spanier - Cornet
Mike Trafficante - String Bass
Roy Turk - Composer
Joe Venuti - Guest Artist, Violin
Fats Waller - Composer
Harry Warren - Composer
Pete Wendling - Composer
Henry Whiteman - Violin
Victor Young - Composer