Lionel Hampton - Flying Home album flac
Title: Flying Home
Style: Bop, Swing
FLAC version ZIP size: 1817 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1203 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1213 mb
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Album · 2001 · 11 Songs.
1972 Lionel Hampton & His Orchestra. More By Lionel Hampton And His Orchestra. See All. The Best of Lionel Hampton. Jazz Archives, No. 20: Classics 1937/1939.
Artists Lionel Hampton Flying Home. Flying Home Lionel Hampton. This album has an average beat per minute of 140 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 70/192 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Flying Home.
LIONEL HAMPTON - Flying Home. Flying Home LRC Ltd. 2009. Flying Home (1942-1945) Jazz Heritage. Lionel Hampton - Flying Home Box set Documents Classics 2007. Flying Home ASV Living Era 2003.
Watch the video for Flying Home from Lionel Hampton's Priceless Jazz Collection for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Lionel Leo Hampton (1908–2002), was a . bandleader, jazz percussionist, and vibraphonist. Hampton was born on 20th April 1908 in Louisville, Kentucky, but moved to Chicago as a child, where he began his career as a drummer. He relocated to Los Angeles to play drums in Les Hite's band. They soon became the house band for Frank Sebastian's New Cotton Club, a popular . During a 1930 recording date in the NBC studios in . Louis Armstrong discovered a vibraphone.
Flying Home" is a jazz and jump blues composition written by Benny Goodman and Lionel Hampton with lyrics by Sid Robin. It was reportedly developed around a tune Hampton whistled as he nervously waited for his first flight on an aircraft. It was first recorded by the Benny Goodman Sextet on November 6, 1939, featuring solos by Hampton and Charlie Christian. Several other groups recorded the tune.
Lionel Hampton: "Flying Home" by David Rickert, published on August 22, 2005 at All About Jazz. Find more Swing Set articles. Flying Home had its genesis while Hampton was in the Benny Goodman band. A gig in 1939 required them to fly from Los Angeles to Atlantic City, the first time Hampton had been on a plane. He began whistling a tune while waiting for the plane to taxi. Goodman asked him what it was, and Hampton said, "I don't know. We can call it 'Flying Home,' I guess. Hampton later confessed that the tune was a way for him to keep his mind off of the upcoming flight
Buzzin' Around With The Bee. 3. –Lionel Hampton. On The Sunny Side Of The Street.
Let's Free It, 08:16.
|In The Bag||3:25|
|Hamp's Boogie Woogie||3:16|
|The Major And The Minor||3:50|
|Punch And Judy||3:14|
|Blow Top Blues||3:20|
|Rockin' In Rhythm (Parts I & II)||5:49|
|Air Mail Special (Parts I & II)||6:00|
|JB019||Lionel Hampton||Flying Home (CD, Comp)||Ediciones Del Prado||JB019||Portugal||1996|
|JIT019||Lionel Hampton||Flying Home (CD, Comp)||Better Music||JIT019||Spain||2001|