Earl Hines

Earl Hines

Earl Kenneth Hines, universally known as Earl "Fatha" Hines (December 28, 1903 – April 22, 1983), was an American jazz pianist. Hines was one of the most influential figures in the development of modern jazz piano and, according to one major source, is "one of a small number of pianists whose playing shaped the history of jazz".

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Chronological Classics Complete Discography - 500 - 599
511 Teddy Wilson 1935-36 512 Louis Armstrong 1936-37 513 Count Basie 514 ... Earl Hines 1932-34 515 Louis Armstrong 1937-38 516 Cab Calloway 1930-31 517 Chick ... Louis Armstrong 1931-32 537 Cab Calloway 538 ... Earl Hines 1937-39 539 Duke Ellington 1924-27 540 Henry "Red" Allen 1929-33 541 Benny Carter 542 ... Duke Ellington 1927-28 543 Don Redman 1931-33 544 ...
Wardell Gray - Biography - With The Earl Hines Orchestra
... Jeri knew Earl Hines, and when the Hines band came through Detroit in late 1943, she persuaded Earl to hire Wardell - on alto, since there was no tenor vacancy at the time ... This was a big break for the 21-year-old, as the Earl Hines Orchestra was not only nationally-known, but it had nurtured the careers of some of the emerging bebop musicians, including Dizzy Gillespie and Charlie Parker ... Although most of them had left by the time Gray joined, playing with the Hines band was still a marvellously lively and stimulating experience for the young tenor player ...
Earl Hines - Selected Discography
... (It would seem that Hines' first-ever recording was on October 3, 1923.) Records commercially available as new, as of March 2012 are shown in bold ... The 1930s, classic jazz and the swing era Louis Armstrong Earl Hines inc ... as The Smithsonian Collection MLP 2012 Jimmie Noone Earl Hines "At the Apex Club" Decca 1928 reissued Earl Hines Solo 14 of his own compositions QRS OKeh 1928/9 reissued many times (see below ...
Bebop - History
... generation's adventurous soloists, such as pianists Art Tatum and Earl Hines, tenor saxophonists Coleman Hawkins and Lester Young and trumpeter Roy ... Gillespie and Parker, both out of the Earl Hines Band in Chicago had traveled with some of the pre-bop masters, including Jack Teagarden, Earl Hines ...

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