9 thoughts on “ Vic Dickenson - The Essential Vic Dickenson (Vinyl, LP)

  1. This single CD reissues ten of the dozen songs originally on a double LP of the same name. Trombonist Vic Dickenson did not get to lead that many sessions, and he is generous in allocating solo space on these mainstream sessions. Trumpeters Ruby Braff and/or Shad Collins along with the distinctive clarinetist Edmond Hall and pianist Sir Charles Thompson (who often sounds here like Count Basie.
  2. Nov 16,  · Album: The Vic Dickenson Showcase Personnel: Vic Dickenson (tb), Edmond Hall (cl), Ruby Braff (tp), Steve Jordan (g), Sir Charles Thompson (p), Walter Page (b), .
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gatefold Vinyl release of Vic Dickenson Septet on Discogs. Label: Vanguard - VRS • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Mono Gatefold • /5(5).
  4. Jazz album: “The Essential Vic Dickenson” by Vic Dickenson, released in on Vanguard Records. Explore the largest collection of jazz recordings @ All About Jazz.
  5. A distinctive trombonist with a sly wit and the ability to sound as if he were playing underwater, Vic Dickenson was an asset to any session on which he appeared. He .
  6. This is an album that should not have worked. LaVern Baker (a fine R&B singer) was joined by all-stars from mainstream jazz (including trumpeter Buck Clayton, trombonist Vic Dickenson, tenor-saxophonist Paul Quinichette and pianist Nat Pierce) for twelve songs associated with .
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Essential Vic Dickenson on Discogs. Label: Vanguard - VSD 99/ • Series: Vanguard Twofers • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Dixieland4/5(7).
  8. Mar 31,  · From one album that features Vic to another! Gentleman of the trombone - VIC DICKENSON (Storyville) CD Japanese edition issued via Solid/Ultra-Vybe with Vic Dickenson (trombone & vocal), Johnny Guarnieri (piano), Bill Pemberton (bass), Oliver Jackson (drums) Recorded Includes 3 previously un-issued performances.
  9. This album, however, puts Vic absolutely centre stage, and has been compiled from two original long player issues: “Vic Dickenson Showcase Vol 1” () and “Vol 2” (), with five tracks coming from each with each track featuring eight musicians. Even to the untutored ear, there is an immediate aspect of the playing that becomes evident.

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