Dave Lambert , Buddy Stewart - The Young At Bop album
The Young at Bop. Dave Lambert & Buddy Stewart. Sing Along With Basie. Joe Williams, Dave Lambert, Jon Hendricks, Annie Ross Plus The Basie Band. Sing Along and Swing Along. 1. Showing official release groups by this artist. Show all release groups instead, or show various artists release groups. Sort name: Lambert, Dave.
Gussie 'G'. Artist: Buddy Stewart. Album: The Neal Hefti Collection 1944-62, Vol. 1, 2014. GUSSIE G by Dave Lambert and Buddy Stewart accompanied by Red Rodney's Be-Boppers, recorded in 1946 in New York City. Don't know why, but Maynard G Krebs pops into my head when this plays. Fine scattin' be-boppin' jazz here.
Buddy Stewart, who had a warm voice, was a pioneer bop singer who, if it were not for his early death, might very well have made an impact in the 1950s. Stewart began his professional career as a child performing in vaudeville when he was eight. He worked in a variety of groups including in a vocal duo with his future wife Martha Wayne. In the early '40s, Stewart sang as a member of the Snowflakes, and with the orchestras of Glenn Miller and Claude Thornhill
by Dave Lambert and Buddy Stewart; Charlie Barnet and his orch. Charlie Barnet and his orch. Milt de Lugg - Matty Malneck.
Rob Piltch & Michel Lambert) Dave Young & Phil Dwyer Quartet, Michel Lambert, Rob Piltch. Rob Piltch & Michel Lambert) Dave Young & Phil Dwyer Quartet, Michel Lambert, Rob Piltch. Shifting Emphasis (feat. What's This? Gene Krupa, Dave Lambert, Buddy Stewart. My House Is Your House (Rio Dela Duna & Andy Rojas Remix) Dave Lambert, Emcee Shurakano.
Red Rodney, trumpet; Al Haig, piano; Curly Russell, bass; Stan Levey, drums; Dave Lambert, Buddy Stewart, vocals; Neal Hefti, arranger. NYC, November 23, 1946.
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NotesBacking groups are: Neal Heft (trumpet), Charlie Ventura (tenor sax), Serge Chaloff (baritone sax), Tony Aless (piano), Billy Bauer (guitar), "Chubby" Jackson (bass), Alvin Stoller (drums) or Red Rodney (trumpet), Al Haig (piano), Curley Russell (bass), Stan Levey (drums).
|MG 26001||Various||The Young At Bop (10", Album)||EmArcy||MG 26001||US||1954|
|MG 26001||Various||The Young At Bop (10", Album)||EmArcy||MG 26001||Denmark||1954|