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Mabels Dream - Don Ewell - Don Ewell Pianist (Vinyl)

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  1. Aug 10,  · Don Ewell, a jazz musician once described by Eubie Blake as ''the greatest piano player I ever heard,'' died of pneumonia today at North Broward Hospital in .

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  2. Don Ewell With Darnell Howard, Pops Foster & Minor Hall: Don Ewell With Darnell Howard, Pops Foster & Minor Hall - Man Here Plays Fine Piano! ‎ (LP, Album) Good .

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  3. Apr 29,  · DON EWELL, PIANIST 10" JAZZ VINYL 33 RPM (GOOD+) cover GOOD-. A3 Delmar Rag. Format: Vinyl, 10", 33 ⅓ RPM. A Good record will look very well played, dull, grayish and possibly abused. However a Good record should still askemolaluacassoadongvimembgreasam.co date: Apr 29,

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  4. Ewell, Don. Music to listen to Don Ewell by. Los Angeles, Calif.: Good Time Jazz, [] publisher catalog number L Print version: Ewell, Don. Music to listen to Don Ewell by. Los Angeles, Calif.: Good Time Jazz, [] Print version: Ewell, Don. Music to listen to Don Ewell by. Los Angeles, Calif.: Good Time Jazz, [] (OCoLC.

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  5. CD releases, 3 12” Vinyl LPs and articles by Paige Van Vorst, Trevor Richards and Charles Mabel’s Dream The Southern Stomps Riverside Blues See See Rider Jelly Bean Blues Don Ewell Piano Alphonse Steele Drums TRACK LISTING: Ballin' The Jack.

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  6. Don Ewell was not well served by the recording industry. Despite being hailed as the greatest pianist to emerge from the traditional jazz revival, Ewell's recording output is rather mixed. After the three fine LPs made for Good Time Jazz in (all now on CD), much of Ewell's recording career found him playing with mediocre dixieland bands/5(6).

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  8. Don Ewell was born in Maryland. He formed his own trios in Baltimore during the s. He played a role in the New Orleans jazz revival in the mids. He played with the Jack Teagarden band from until Don Ewell was a Scorpio and was born in the G.I. Generation.

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