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The Gene Krupa Quartet - Quartet No. 2 album

The Gene Krupa Quartet - Quartet No. 2 album
  • Performer The Gene Krupa Quartet
  • Title Quartet No. 2
  • Other formats AA VQF XM WMA MIDI APE MP2
  • Genre Jazz
  • Size MP3 1756 mb
  • Size FLAC 1735 mb
  • Rating: 4.2
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Eugene Bertram Krupa (January 15, 1909 – October 16, 1973) was an American jazz drummer, band leader, actor, and composer known for his energetic style and showmanship. His drum solo on "Sing, Sing, Sing" (1937) elevated the role of the drummer from an accompanying line to an important solo voice in the band

The Gene Krupa Quartet. The Big Noise From Winnetka ‎(CD, Album). Sounds Of Yester Year. The Gene Krupa Quartet. Live 1966 ‎(CD, Album, dig). Quartet No. 2 ‎(7", EP). Columbia.

The Great New Gene Krupa Quartet Featuring Charlie Ventura. The Great New Gene Krupa Quartet Featuring Charlie Ventura is the final studio album by American jazz drummer Gene Krupa featuring performances recorded in 1964 for the Verve label.

Gene Krupa, drums; Eddie Shu, saxophone; Benny Moten, bass; Dill Jones, piano. I recall reading somewhere that this was a period, late in Gene’s career, when he really wasn’t up to much. Whether that’s fair or not I don’t know. I was lucky enough to meet him in the summer of 1965 when he was appearing at the Steel Pier in Atlantic City New Jersey. If memory serves, he got second billing to {{The Supremes. } The band he had was, with the exception of {{Eddie Shu}} this one. I was young and impressionable and thought they played a lot of music.

Drummer Gene Krupa's final recording as a leader reunited him with the bombastic tenor saxophonist Charlie Ventura in a quartet with pianist John Bunch and bassist Nabil Totah. The group mostly performs brief versions of standards including "Come Back to Sorrento," "Take the 'A' Train," "Flying Home," and even "Hello Dolly. Ventura's extroverted playing (on tenor, alto and baritone) is not for everyone's taste but he is in generally good form, and even an aging Krupa still retains his youthful excitement and enthusiasm.

Swedish Schnapps (The Gene Krupa Sextet - The Gene Krupa Sextet. Don't Take Your Love from Me (The Gene Krupa Sextet - The Gene Krupa Sextet. 8. Imagination (The Gene Krupa Sextet - The Gene Krupa Sextet. 9. Coronation Hop (The Gene Krupa Sextet - The Gene Krupa Sextet. 11. Paradise (The Gene Krupa Sextet - The Gene Krupa Sextet. 12. Overtime (The Gene Krupa Sextet - The Gene Krupa Sextet.

Gene Krupa Quartet (Remastered). Released by AVID ENTERTAINMENT Aug 2014 6 Tracks. Gene Krupa Quartet (Remastered) is a English album released on Aug 2014. Gene Krupa Quartet (Remastered) Album has 6 songs sung by Gene Krupa Quartet. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Gene Krupa Quartet (Remastered) songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp.

Dinah (Quartet) 02:48. Ida Sweet As Apple Cider (Quartet) 03:54. Gene Krupa, Gene Krupa Quartet - Sleepy Lagoon (Gene Krupa Quartet) 05:26. Gene Krupa - Pick Yourself Up (Krupa Rocks) 02:50. Gene Krupa, Gene Krupa Quartet - Little White Lies (Gene Krupa Quartet) 06:56. Gene Krupa - Krupa's Wail (The Jazz Rhythms of Gene Krupa) 06:42. Gene Krupa, Gene Krupa Quartet - Strike up the Band (Gene Krupa Quartet) 06:08. Gene Krupa - Gene's Bass Blues (The Jazz Rhythms of Gene Krupa) 03:25. Gene Krupa - The Gang That Sang Heart of My Heart (Krupa Rocks) 04:14.

As far as I'm concerned, this is the real Gene Krupa, certainly the player I knew, instead of the guy way up top on a big stage. By the time this was recorded Gene had many years of small group playing behind him. As a small group player, he played in venues where you could walk up to him and talk with him off or on the bandstand.

Tracklist

A Little White Lies
B All Of Me

Credits

  • Bass – John Drew
  • Drums – Gene Krupa
  • Piano – Bobby Scott
  • Tenor Saxophone – Eddie Shu

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label side A): 7TCA.609
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side B): 7TCA.610