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  1. Vuhn
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Rosetta (/) on goemorconamylobalbertcompgilcigu.coinfog: Chicago Rhythm. Reply
  2. Nishura
    Earl Hines, piano ; with, variously, his Orchestra, the Earl Hines Quartet, the Sidney Bechet Trio, or the Earl Hines Trio. Event Recorded in Chicago, New York City, or Hollywood, Dec. 11, Mar. 19, Publisher Number MD Mosaic Records Mosaic Records Mosaic Records. Reply
  3. Kazrazilkree
    Take Date and Place Take Status Label Name/Number Format Note Hide Additional Titles; 2/22/ Chicago, Illinois. North Michigan Ave.: 1: Hold: Frog DGF Compact disc: 2/22/ Chicago, Illinois. North Michigan Ave.: 2: Master: Victor V in. 2/22/ Chicago, Illinois. North Michigan Ave.: 2: Master. Reply
  4. Goltijind
    Earl Kenneth Hines, universally known as Earl "Fatha" Hines, (28 December – 22 April ) was a jazz musician, often referred to as "the first modern jazz pianist". In (on his 25th birthday) Hines began leading his own big band. For over 10 years his was "The Band" in Al Capone's Grand Terrace Cafe — Hines was Capone's "Mr Piano. Reply
  5. Nik
    Earl Hines was THE Piano Man. If you read Stanley Dance's book about the Ellington orchestra, almost every member he interviewed cites Earl Hines as an influence--either as bandleader or musician. He was an established musician in when he and Louis Armstrong revolutionized jazz in Chicago with the Hot Fives and he ran a successful /5(5). Reply
  6. Arashisar
    Piano Rhythm, an album by Earl Hines 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. Reply
  7. Malajar
    Includes piano solos, small group and big band recordings. Compact disc ; analog recording. Program notes by Vic Bellerby with personnel and recording information for each track inserted. Credits: Compilation by Vic Bellerby. Performer(s): Earl Hines, piano ; accompanying instrumentalists, featuring Louis Armstrong and Sidney Bechet. Event notes. Reply
  8. Mezibei
    Father of Modern Jazz Piano Earl Hines: Interview with Sig Mohr. And he is another guy from whom I learned how to play piano without a rhythm section. He could play the smoothest piano, his hands all chords and rhythm and I learned it from him. And he heard me in Pittsburgh and when I came to Chicago he was like my publicity man, Teddy. Reply
  9. Mirisar
    Earl Hines, American jazz pianist, bandleader, and composer whose unique playing style made him one of the most influential musicians in jazz history. Hines was born into a musical family in Pittsburgh. As a child he learned trumpet from his father and then piano from his mother; his sister was. Reply

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