Jimmie Lunceford (1902-1947)

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Country : États-Unis
Gender : masculin
Birth : Fulton (Mississippi, États-Unis), 1902
Death : Seaside (Oregon, États-Unis), 1947
Note :
Chef d'orchestre, tromboniste, pianiste, guitariste et chanteur de jazz
Variants of the name : James Melvin Lunceford (1902-1947)
Jimmy Lunceford (1902-1947)
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0000 8099 1692

Activities of Jimmie Lunceford (1902-1947) (263)

Direction d'orchestre (232)

The virtuosos
Une anthologie
The perfect big band
Jimmie Lunceford Volume 7
Stomp it off
New York, Los Angeles
Jimmie Lunceford 78
Jimmie Lunceford 6
Jimmie Lunceford 5
Stomp it off
Jimmie Lunceford Volume 3
Jimmie Lunceford 4
For dancers only
Les chefs-d'oeuvre de Jimmie Lunceford
Jimmie Lunceford and his orchestra 1
Hollywood 1936
Jimmie Lunceford Volume 1
Jimmie Lunceford Volume 2
New York
Big bands swing time
Big bands swing time
1930's Big bands
1930's Big bands
The Greatest recordings of the big band era
The Cotton club
The greatest jazz recordings of all time
The Greatest recordings of the big band era
The Great recordings of the big band era
The Cotton club legend
The Cotton club legend
Cotton club stars
Cotton club stars
The greatest jazz recordings of all time 2
Here is Jimmie Lunceford at his rare of all rarest performances Vol. 1
The Great big bands
Tea for two
The Great big bands
The great Jimmie Lunceford orchestra
The complete Jimmie Lunceford
Harlem : l'âge d'or, 1926-1957
Jimmie Lunceford 7 : For Jimmie's Buffs, 1934-1945
Les Rois du jazz
Hidden Treasures of the big band era
Jimmie Lunceford and his band
Harlem jazz 1930-1951 : La Légende du Savoy : par 21 big bands
Jimmie Lunceford and his orchestra
50 ans de jazz
Original sessions 1942/1943
Here is Jimmy Lunceford at his rare of all rarest performances Vol. 1
Jimmie Lunceford Vol. 6
The kings of jazz big bands
Big band battle live Volume 1
Jimmie Lunceford Vol. 6
Jimmie Lunceford Vol. 5
De la prohibition à la contestation
Jimmie Lunceford 4 : Blues in the night : 1938-1942
Jimmie Lunceford 2
Jimmie Lunceford Vol. 6
Jimmie Lunceford 1 : Rhythm is our business : 1934-1935
Jimmie Lunceford Vol. 1
Jazz anthology : from King Oliver to Ornette Coleman
Lunceford special
The golden swing years
A Treasury of Golden swing
L'age d'or des grands orchestres de jazz
The Golden book of classic swing : 2
Avalon
T AINT WHAT YOU DO
History of jazz : Vol 2
PUT IT RIGHT THERE
Stratosphère (fox)
Lunceford Special
Sneaky pete
Scratch my back
Scratch my back
What'cha gonna do
sneaky Pete
Baby are you kiddin' - fox-trot
Yard dog mazurka
BACK DOOR STUFF (1ère et 2ème parties) (Fox-Trot)
BLUES IN THE NIGHT (My Mama done tol'me)
Call the police !
Them who has - gets
Cement mixer
The "Jimmies"
Margie
Sit back and ree-lax
The honeydripper
When the swallows come back to Capistrano
Back door stuff part 1. - part 2
I'm gonna see my baby
Knock me a kiss
It had to be you
Twenty-four robbers
For dancer's only
Blues in the night part 1. - part 2
I'm gonna move to the outskirts of town
I'm losing my mind
Hi spook
Gone
Peace and love for all
Battle axe
Flamingo
Bugs parade
I got it
What's your story mornin' glory
Red wagon
Swingin' uptown
Minnie the moocher is dead
Okay for baby
Watcha know Joe ?
I wanta hear swing songs
Dinah part I. - part II
You're just a dream
You let me down
Who did you meet last night ?
White heat
White heat
Belgium stomp
I love you
Rainin'
What is this thing called swing
I used to love you
Wham
Uptown blues
Uptown blues
Time's a-wastin'
Time's a-wastin
'Tain't what you do
The lonesome road
Easter parade
You set me on fire
Down by the old mill stream
Posin
My melancholy baby
Linger awhile
Posin'
Slumming on Park avenue
Pigeon walk
Hell's bells
Ragging the scale
Coquette
The merry-go-round broke down
Annie Laurif
Linger a while
Living from day to day
Me and the moon
I can't escape from you
Running a temperature
Organ grinder's swing
Rhapsody Jr.
The melody man
Babs
Swanee river
Four or five times
Charmaine
Sleepy time gal
Here goes
Swingin' uptown
Because you're you
Mood indigo
Black and tan fantasy
Sophiticated lady
Nana
White heat
Stratosphere
Rhythm is our business
Jazznocracy
'Taint what you do. - [16]
The Best of : kings of swing
The best things in life are free
Blue blazes
Body and soul. - [10]
By the river Sainte Marie. - [8]
Chillun get up
Down by the old mill stream
Dream of you
Easy street
For dancers only. - [11]
For dancers only. - [12]
For dancers only. - [12]
For dancers only. - [12]
For dances only. - [6]
Give, baby, give. - [2]
The Golden book of classic swing : vol. 2
I dream a lot about you
I'm in an awful mood
I'm laughing up my sleeve
I'm nuts about screwy music
In dat morning
Jimmie Lunceford Vol. 4
Jimmie Lunceford Vol. 3
Jimmie Lunceford Vol. 2
Jimmie Lunceford and his orchestra
Jimmie Lunceford and his orchestra
Jimmie Lunceford & his orchestra
Jimmie Lunceford orch
Jimmy Lunceford's jubilee
Jimmy Lunceford's second jubilee
The love nest
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Auteur ou responsable intellectuel (9)

Du rêve à la danse
My blue heaven
T AINT WHAT YOU DO
Stratosphère (fox)
LOTUS LAND
Lunceford Special
DOUBLE WHISKY
THE LAST OF THE RED HOT BURRITOS
TEDDY WILSON AND HIS ALL-STARS

Saxophone (8)

Les chefs-d'oeuvre de Jimmie Lunceford
Jazz anthology
Jimmie Lunceford 7 : For Jimmie's Buffs, 1934-1945
Jimmie Lunceford Vol. 5
Jimmie Lunceford 4 : Blues in the night : 1938-1942
Jimmie Lunceford 2
Jimmie Lunceford 1 : Rhythm is our business : 1934-1935
Jimmie Lunceford Vol. 1

Interprète (5)

Jimmie Lunceford
Jimmie Lunceford
The 1930's jazz big bands
Rhythm is our business. - [24]
Rhythm is our business. - [24]

Chant (3)

For dancers only
Tain't what you do. - [5]
Tain't what you do. - [5]

Trombone (2)

Tain't what you do. - [5]
Tain't what you do. - [5]

Piano (2)

The virtuosos
Les chefs d'oeuvre de Jimmie Lunceford. - [3]

Adaptateur (1)

Lunceford Special

Compositeur (1)

Rythm is our business

See also (8)