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Pete Kelly's Blues - Small Band Jazz of the Roaring Twenties mp3 flac download

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Small Band Jazz of the Roaring Twenties
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This EP is part 1 of a 2 part set From the Warner Brother's film "Pete Kelly's Blues". Rights Society: Resco.

The Roaring Twenties refers to the decade of the 1920s in Western society and Western culture. It was a period of economic prosperity with a distinctive cultural edge in the United States and Western Europe, particularly in major cities such as Berlin, Chicago, London, Los Angeles, New York City, Paris, and Sydney. In France, the decade was known as the "années folles" ('crazy years'), emphasizing the era's social, artistic and cultural dynamism.

Pete Kelly's Blues" is a popular song featured in the movie of the same name. The music was written by Ray Heindorf, the lyrics by Sammy Cahn. The song was published in 1955. Pete Kelly's Blues Columbia released 10 Jazz of the Roaring '20s songs from the 1955 Warner Bros. movie, plus the orchestral title track and an orchestral version of "I Never Knew. Both orchestral tracks were issued as a 45 rpm single on Columbia 40533. Orchestral recordings: Ray Heindorf directing the Warner Bros.

In 1927 Kansas City Pete Kelly and his jazz band play nightly at a speakeasy. A local gangster starts to move in on them and when their drummer is killed Kelly gives in, even though this also means taking the thug's alcoholic girl as a singer. Kelly soon realises he has made a big mistake selling out in this way and that rich girl Ivy is now the only decent thing in his life.

Starring: Jack Webb, Herbert Ellis, Than Wyenn and others. In 1927 Kansas City Pete Kelly and his jazz band play nightly at a speakeasy. In 1919, returning soldier Pete Kelly wins a cornet in a crap game

Great Dixieland Jazz. PETE KELLY'S BLUES (1955) has finally made it to DVD and a fairly enjoyable issue it is too but mostly because of the music - which I'm sorry to say there isn't an over abundance of either. From a lean enough screenplay by Richard L. Breen it is nevertheless well directed by the picture's star Jack Webb. The light plot has cornetist Pete Kelly (Webb), leader of a Dixieland Jazz band in 20s Kansas, going up against racketeer Fran McCarg (Edmond O'Brien) who wants a "piece" of the band. All That Jazz Jack Webb takes up the trumpet and takes on local gangsters in this colorful if at times somewhat peculiar movie about jazz musicians in the Kansas City of the Roaring Twenties. The story is disappointingly shallow and by-the-numbers, but there's some great music and songs from, among others, Peggy Lee and Ella Fitzgerald, courtesy of Ray Heindorf and Sammy Cahn.

Tracklist

1 Pete Kelly's Blues
2 Breezin' Along With The Breeze
3 I Never Knew
4 Smiles
1 Bye, Bye Blackbird
2 Hard Hearted Hannah
3 Somebody Love Me
4 Sugar