Jack Gilfoy quintet & Friends | Jazz State of Indiana-Vol.1

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Jazz State of Indiana-Vol.1

by Jack Gilfoy quintet & Friends

The wonderful relationship of jazz history and Indiana from the early 1900's, based on the classic book "Jazz State of Indiana" by Duncan Schiedt/1977.
Genre: Jazz: Ragtime
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1. Indiana, James Hanley
3:30 album only
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2. Dippermouth Blues, JoeKing Oliver
2:52 album only
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3. Stardust, Hoagy Carmichael, Mitchel Parish
3:30 album only
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4. Copenhagen, Charlie Davis
2:22 album only
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5. Let's Do It(Let's Fall In Love), Cole Porter
6:10 album only
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6. From This Moment On,(5K14) Cole Porter
5:18 album only
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7. Snowfall, Claude Thornhill
3:57 album only
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8. The Nearness of You, Hoagy Carmichael, Ned Washington
5:13 album only
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9. Naptown Blues, Wes Montgomery
4:27 album only
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10. Kentucky Oysters, David Baker
3:43 album only
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11. Lament, J.J.Johnson
4:31 album only
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12. Wes, Royce Campbell
4:23 album only
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13. Skydive, Freddie Hubbard
5:54 album only
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14. Why Indianapolis-Why Not Indianapolis? J.J.Johnson
4:58 album only
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15. Jack The Ripper, Al Cobine
4:00 album only
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16. Richmond Rag, May Aufderheide
5:25 album only

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Based on Duncan Schiedt's 1977 book The Jazz State of Indiana, this album documents the early beginnings of jazz by musicians from Indiana. From King Oliver's Dippermouth Blues (1923) and Wes Montgomery's Naptown Blues(1950's)to Hoagy Carmichle's The Nearness of You,(1937) this album authentically presents the work of those pioneers in a uniquely American art form - Jazz. All but one cut comes from a live performance of the Jack Gilfoy quintet & friends, recorded at the Jazz Kitchen in Indianapolis, Indiana

Album producer and author Jack gilfoy has performed with many noted Jazz artists including Teddy Wilson and Erroll Garner. His big band experience includes the Al Cobine, Nelson Riddle, Les and Larry Elgart and Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey orchestras. For 30 years Gilfoy traveled the world as featured drummer for Henry Mancini. Jack is currently the Director of Jazz Studies at IU School of Music in Indianapolis(IUPUI) Check his website: JackGilfoy.com for more information.

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