9 thoughts on “ Kristoffer Kompen - A Tribute To Jack Teagarden (CD, Album) ”

  1. Kristoffer Kompen (born 14 August in Oslo, Norway) is a Norwegian Jazz musician On his second solo album A Tribute to Jack Teagarden (), he has chosen to honor his great inspiration Jack Teagarden (–64) by interpreting a dozen tunes from his repertoar. This is to sets the benchmark high as he was the leading jazztrombonisten.
  2. Jack Teagarden - Studio Sessions music CD album at CD Universe, During the period these recordings were made, Jack Teagarden was a member of Ben Pollack's.
  3. The reviewer Erling Wicklund of the NRK Jazz states: "The compositions by Kompen are also mysterious, but exciting enough".[1] On his second solo album A Tribute to Jack Teagarden (), he has chosen to honor his great inspiration Jack Teagarden ( .
  4. Kristoffer Kompen: A Tribute To Jack Teagarden Kristoffer Kompen: Sundown ‎ (CD, Album) Kompis Records (2) KRE / Norway: Sell This Version: KSCOPE Anathema: Distant Satellites (Album) 2 versions: KSCOPE Europe: Sell This Version: 2 versions.
  5. Jack Teagarden made the trombone sexy, and his pliant, lazy tone made the instrument swing like a trumpet. He was also a remarkable singer, with a warm, Texas drawl that gave everything he sang a marvelous intimacy. Such talents did not go unnoticed in the jazz world, and he worked with such notables as Benny Goodman, Coleman Hawkins, Red Nichols, Joe Venuti, Eddie Condon and Louis .
  6. The historical significance of this album is one of it's attractions. Whoever put this cd package out would almost have you think the trumpet player, a fairly unknown named Jackie Coon, is the second coming of Bix Beiderbeck. I'm not buying that. He's not bad, but not worthy of all the ink he gets in the liner notes. Jack Teagarden is great,as /5(3).
  7. It’s the trombone artistry of Jack Teagarden. An honest kind of artistry, Teagardens tromboning is generally credited with having advanced the instrument to the high level of technical achievement it enjoys among today’s modern musicians, and, at the same time, has stated a case for the lyrical quality in jazz for the nearly forty years he has been playing professionally.
  8. Jack Teagarden and His Orchestra: Ain't Cha Glad? Jack Teagarden and His Orchestra: Ain't Misbehavin' Jack Teagarden and His Orchestra: And So Do I: Jack Teagarden and His Orchestra: Anitras Dance: Jack Teagarden and His Orchestra: At Least You Could Say Hello: Jack Teagarden and His Orchestra: Aunt Hagar's.
  9. Ah, Jack Teagarden. He had it all. Teagarden was jazz's first great trombonist, and he changed the way the slide was used. He sang with an endearing Texas drawl, had Satchmo's phrasing and charm, and the blues billowing out of his every pore. Teagarden hit NYC big in He recorded with Bessie Smith, Red Nichols, Bix Beiderbecke, Fats Waller.

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