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Marys Idea - Stan Hasselgard & Wardell Gray With Benny Goodman Septet - Swedish Pastry (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Mary’s Idea, a song by Wardell Gray on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services, you agree to our use of cookies as described in our Cookie Policy.
  2. Gray then caught the ear of Benny Goodman, who was flirting with a bop band at the time and who hired Gray for it. For the next five years, Gray bounced back and forth between Goodman and variously sized ensembles led by Count Basie. Benny Carter hired Gray to play with his band in Las Vegas in , but on the first night, Gray failed to show up.
  3. Køb og salg af Williams i Lp på DBA. Køb og sælg både nye og brugte nye varer på DBA – du finder over 1 mio. billige ting til salg.
  4. Goodman had previously been highly critical of bop playing but, speaking of Wardell to Metronome, he said that "if he's bop, that's great. He's wonderful!" Goodman's new group included the young Swedish clarinettist Ake "Stan" Hasselgard and, initially, Teddy Wilson, and it opened at Frank Palumbo's Click Club in Philadelphia in May
  5. Stan Hasselgard & Benny Goodman With Wardell Gray, Teddy Wilson & Mary Lou Williams ‎– Swedish Pastry Vol. II Label: Swedisc ‎– SJ
  6. Køb og salg af Benny Goodman i Lp på DBA. Køb og sælg både nye og brugte nye varer på DBA – du finder over 1 mio. billige ting til salg.
  7. Benny Goodman, not the kindest of judges, once said 'If Wardell Gray plays bop, it's great, because he's wonderful'. Well, he got that one right, because Wardell was wonderful. He was a tenor player out of Lester and Bird, but with a healthy dose of originality and 5/5(15).
  8. Carl Wardell Gray was born on February 13, in Oklahoma City, the youngest of four children, to Eugene, from Georgia, and Carrie Gray (nee Maddison), from Alabama. His early childhood years were spent in Oklahoma, but the family moved to Detroit, Michigan, in as part of the great black migration to the urban centers of the northern.