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Sellie Truitt: All This Jazz

by Various Artists

A unique blend of Classic American Show Tunes, Jazz, Blues and Contemporary Music.
Genre: Blues: Rhythm & Blues
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  Song Share Time Download
1. We Love You Kansas City (Rap)
Sellie Truitt & T.C. Griddine
4:53 album only
2. Cain & Able
Gloria Edwards
3:40 album only
3. Song of Missouri
LaTonya Smith
5:43 album only
4. The Drug Bug Song
Charles Timmons
5:44 album only
5. I Turned My Life Around
Rosemary Robinson & LaTonya Smith
6:49 album only
6. Tribute to Buck O'neil
Sellie Truitt
4:06 album only
7. Buck O'neil Dance
Sellie Truitt
2:59 album only
8. Legend Satchel Paige (Part 1)
Raynola Smith
4:57 album only
9. Legend Satchel Paige (Part 2)
Raynola Smith
4:49 album only
10. Let's Just Say No
Rosemary Robinson
5:39 album only
11. This Wonderful Land of Ours
LaTonya Smith
4:38 album only
12. This Wonderful Land of Ours (Instrumental)
Jason Watts
5:02 album only
13. We Love Our Country
LaTonya Smith
3:31 album only
14. We Love You Kansas City
Sellie Truitt & LaTonya Smith
3:45 album only
15. 18th and Vine Jam
The Kings
5:23 album only


Album Notes
Sellie Truitt is one of the founders of the internationally known Jazz Band, The Kings Of Rhythm. This renown ensemble originally formed in in the summer of 1939, was influential in the creation of the Kansas City Big Band Sound. He played lead Alto Saxophone with the band for several years and was responsible for many of their original hit songs, such as "Hoppi'g with Hortense" and "This Wonderful Land Of Ours". During his illustrious career, Sellie Truitt has jammed with some greatest musicians of our time such as Fletcher Henderson, Duke Ellington, Count Basie and Charlie Parker.

Sellie Truitt's latest album, "ALL THIS JAZZ" is a stellar compilation of his finest work. At the age of 90, he is still a prolific lyricist, songwriter, composer and arranger who was most recently inducted into the Kansas City Jazz Hall of Fame.
When listening to his music, from his earliest songs to his most recent tracks such as "CAIN & ABLE". Sellie Truitt continued to be a masterful musician, listen and enjoy.



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