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You Can depend on Me - Jack Teagarden, Louis Armstrong - Jack Teagarden 1945-1951 (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Get all the lyrics to songs on Louis Armstrong and Jack Teagarden and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.

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  2. May 01,  · Check out their singing and tradeoffs on “Jack Armstrong Blues.” “A Song Was Born” and “Please Stop Playing Those Blues.” The interplay between the two can be seen as well as heard on several songs in the movie The Strip. Teagarden had found the perfect musical home and he stayed for four years. Jack Teagarden, Bill Harris.

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  3. Jack Teagarden. Trombonist, singer. Musical Family. Turned Pro as a Teen “ You Couldn ’ t Keep Jack Out of Harlem ” Selected discography. Sources “ Jack Teagarden was one of those rare jazz musicians who seems to have emerged into the world whole, so completely adapted to his instrument that it sometimes appeared he and the trombone had been invented at the same time and had grown up.

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  5. Weldon Leo "Jack" Teagarden (August 20, – January 15, ), known as "Big T" and "The Swingin' Gate", was a jazz trombonist, bandleader, composer, and vocalist, regarded as the "Father of Jazz Trombone".Born in Vernon, Texas, his brothers Charlie and Clois "Cub" and his sister Norma also became noted professional musicians.

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  6. Jack Teagarden Weldon Leo (Jack) Teagarden, jazz musician, known also as Jackson T., Mr. T, and Big Gate, was born in Vernon, Texas, on August 20, , to Charles and Helen (Geinger) Teagarden. His father, an amateur cornet player, worked in the oilfields, and his mother was a local piano instructor and church organist.

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  7. Trombone – Jack Teagarden Trumpet, Vocals – Louis Armstrong Vocals – Velma Middleton.

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  8. We are busy collecting bits and pieces of recording information to bring you the most complete Jack Teagarden Discography possible. St. Louis Blues (A) (W.C. Handy) When The Saints Go Marching In (A) (trad.) which has survived only in its stereo LP master form. Unfortunately, the excessive reverb on some of Teagarden’s.

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