Tricky Sam Nanton (1904-1946)

Country : États-Unis
Gender : masculin
Birth : New-York, N.Y., 01-02-1904
Death : San Francisco, Calif., 20-07-1946
Note :
Tromboniste. - Jazz
Variants of the name : Joseph Nanton (1904-1946)
Joe "Tricky Sam" Nanton (1904-1946)
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0000 6309 6434

Activities of Tricky Sam Nanton (1904-1946) (141)

Trombone (129)

The indispensable Duke Ellington 3-4
The Indispensable Duke Ellington 7. - 8
Duke Ellington's masterpieces 1
On the air
The Duke Ellington Carnegie Hall concerts
From the southland cafe
New York
The 1930's
The 1930's
Duke Ellington 1927-1934
The 1930's
The Indispensable Duke Ellington volumes 5 and 6
The Indispensable Duke Ellington volumes 1 and 2
Cotton club days
Duke Ellington
Black and tan fantasy. - [6]
Black beauty. - [8]
Blue bubbles. - [7]
Blue feeling. - [16]
Blue light. - [20]
Blue reverie. - [10]
Blue reverie. - [14]
Blue reverie. - [14]
The blues I love to sing. - [2]
Breakfast dance. - [28]
Bundle of blues. - [15]
Chloe. - [23]
Clarinet lament. - [17]
Cotton Club stomp. - [21]
Cotton tail. - [8]
Creole love call. - [1]
Creole love call. - [2]
Crescendo in blue. - [18]
The dicty glide. - [17]
Diga diga do. - [9]
Diga diga doo. - [13]
Diga diga doo. - [13]
Diminuendo in blue. - [17]
Doin' the voom voom. - [15]
Down town uproar. - [8]
The Duke steps out. - [25]
East St Louis toodle-oo. - [3]
East St-Louis toodle-oo. - [6]
Echoes of Harlem. - [11]
Echoes of Harlem. - [12]
Echoes of Harlem. - [18]
Echoes of Harlem. - [45]
Echoes of Harlem. - [45]
Echoes of the jungle. - [14]
Fat stuff serenade. - [6]
Flaming youth. - [12]
Goin' nuts. - [1]
Got everything but you. - [4]
Got everything but you. - [10]
Harlem air shaft. - [14]
Harlemania. - [16]
Harlem river quiver. - [5]
Haunted nights. - [10]
Haunted nights. - [26]
Have a heart. - [11]
Have a heart. - [42]
Have a heart. - [42]
High life. - [14]
Hot feet. - [18]
I can't believe that you're in love with me. - [7]
I can't believe that you're in love with me. - [11]
I can't believe that you're in love with me. - [11]
I can't give you anything but love. - [3]
I don't mean a thing. - [1]
I must that man. - [5]
Jack the bear. - [1]
Jazz lips. - [12]
Jazz lips. - [29]
Jubilee stomp. - [9]
Jungle nights in Harlem. - [11]
Ko-ko. - [2]
Ko-ko. - [3]
Lazy duke. - [13]
Lazy rhapsody. - [3]
Mississippi dry. - [24]
Mississippi moan. - [8]
Misty mornin'. - [22]
The Mooche. - [6]
The mooche. - [11]
Move over. - [5]
The New black and tan fantasy. - [21]
The New East St Louis toodle-oo. - [19]
Old man blues. - [13]
A portrait of Bert Williams. - [12]
Prologue to a black and tan fantasy. - [20]
Rose of the Rio Grande. - [15]
Saddest tale. - [5]
Saddest tale. - [16]
San Juan hill. - [5]
Saturday night function. - [7]
Saturday night function. - [11]
Saturday night function. - [13]
Shout'em Aunt Tillie. - [12]
The sildewalks of New York. - [24]
Sloppy Joe. - [19]
Solitude. - [6]
Solitude. - [14]
Solitude. - [14]
Stevedore stomp. - [20]
Stompy Jones. - [10]
Stompy Jones. - [10]
Swanee shuffle. - [27]
Sweet chariot. - [14]
Take the "A" train. - [4]
Tea for two. - [5]
Tiger rag. - [15]
Tiger rag. - [15]
Washington wobble. - [4]
Black beauty. - [2]
Yellow dog blues. - [2]
Blue Serge. - [5]
Breakfast dance. - [4]
Brown berries. - [6]
Bugle call rag. - [8]
Ko-ko. - [4]
The mooche. - [1]
Solitude. - [5]
Whashington wobble. - [7]
Arabian lover. - [9]
Baby when you ain't there. - [15]
Battle of swing. - [19]
Black and tan fantasy. - [1]
Black and tan fantasy. - [1]
Black and tan fantasy. - [3]

Saxophone (6)

Blues with a feeling. - [5]
Harlem flat blues. - [7]
The Mooche. - [3]
No papa no. - [4]
Paducah. - [6]
Sloopy Joe. - [8]

Clarinette (6)

Blues with a feeling. - [5]
Harlem flat blues. - [7]
The Mooche. - [3]
No papa no. - [4]
Paducah. - [6]
Sloopy Joe. - [8]

See also (8)