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Jumpy Nerves - Chu Berry* - Berry Story (1936 / 1939) (CD)

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  1. Chu Berry , Klasikaĵo; Chu Berry Story, Epm Musique; Classic Chu Berry: The Columbia and Victor Sessions, Berry plus various band leaders, Mosaic Records. Recenzoj: The Seattle Times, decembron 9, , prenis la an de junio Chu Berry's Legacy, Explored at Length, 7-precizega NPR programo, prenita la an de junio
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  2. Leon Brown "Chu" Berry (September 13, – October 30, ) was an American jazz tenor saxophonist during the s.. According to music critic Gary Giddins, musicians called him "Chu" either because he chewed on the mouthpiece of his saxophone or because he had a Fu Manchu mustache.
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  3. - Lionel Hampton - Down home jump - Lionel Hampton - I'm in the Mood for Swing (with Benny Carter, Harry James) - Lionel Hampton - Ring dem bells
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  5. Not to be confused with the more recent and similarly titled Hip-O Select Chuck Berry collection, this double-CD set originated with the French Vogue label, which had the license on most of the Chess catalog, dating back at least to the s. The contents are arranged chronologically, and there are no surprises -- by this time, this end of Berry's catalog (confined as it is to his singles.
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  6. Jul 09,  · Chu Berry, otherwise known as Leon Berry, was a tenor saxophonist who backed singers like Billie Holiday and jammed with bands including Cab Calloway's. He .
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  7. BD. Voltaire, Paris France. [l] Label. Edit Label.
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  8. Aug 28,  · Gene Krupa / Wingy Manone / Lionel Hampton) [All Tracks Remastered ], Merry-Go-Round & Circus Calliope Organ, Blowing Up a Breeze, Classic Chu Berry Columbia and Victor Sessions, Berry Story, The Dean of the Roller Rink Rock, Leon “Chu” Berry Vol. 2 (), Leon Berry Giant Wurlitzer Pipe Organ, Best of Vol. 2, Chu Berry Selected.
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  9. This CD in the Chronological Classics series issues all of Chu's releases under his own leadership. The best session is the first one he made for Commodore in with Roy Eldridge on trumpet. Both men play at their best on this date/5(2).
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