Muggsy Spanier (1901-1967)

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Country : États-Unis
Gender : masculin
Birth : Chicago (Ill.), 09-11-1901
Death : Sausalito (Calif.), 12-02-1967
Note :
Trompettiste et cornettiste de jazz
Field : Musique
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0000 0128 8342

Activities of Muggsy Spanier (1901-1967) (207)

Cornet à pistons (139)

Dixieland
Pocket giant 1
Hines shines
Deep forest
Traditional jazz
Sidney Bechet
Les Rois du jazz : in the groove
Original sessions 1940
Great Jazz trumpets
Chicago jazz Volume 2
All-star session
In memoriam
Chicago jazz
Friar's point shuffle
Fidgety feet
Clarinet marmalade
Indiana
Lazy river
Four or five times
Lonesome road
Squeeze me
Dinah
Dipper mouth blues
At sundown
Relaxin' at the touro
Bull frog blues. - [2]
Darktown strutters ball. - [10]
The Darktown strutter's ball. - [14]
Buddy's habits. - [8]
Dinah. - [13]
Dinah. - [16]
Dipper mouth blues. - [9]
Bluin' the blues. - [14]
Dust off that old pianna. - [11]
Eccentric
Eccentric. - [5]
Eddie Condon and his all stars
Everybody loves my baby. - [13]
Farewell blues. - [21]
Feather brain. - [5]
Feather brain. - [6]
Black and blue. - [17]
Wabash blues. - [22]
Four or five times. - [1]
Four or five times. - [10]
Four or five times. - [18]
[Black and blue]. - [4]
Friars point shuffle. - [9]
Georgia on my mind. - [12]
A good man is hard to find part 1. - [3]
[Black and blue]. - [4]
Black and blue
Hot mittens. - [7]
I can't believe that you're in love with me. - [13]
If I could be with you. - [6]
If I could be with you. - [14]
I'm crazy 'bout my baby. - [4]
I'm sorry, Sally. - [3]
Big butter and egg man. - [3]
Baby won't you please come home. - [14]
I've found a new baby. - [8]
I've found a new baby. - [12]
I wish I could shimmy like my sister Kate. - [7]
I wish I could shimmy like my sister Kate. - [8]
I wish I could shimmy like my sister Kate. - [8]
Jazz me blues. - [6]
Lazy river
Baby won't you please come home. - [1]
Lazy river. - [3]
Lazy river. - [12]
Livery stable blues
Livery stable blues. - [10]
Why can't it be poor little me. - [12]
Lonesome road. - [15]
Mandy, make up your mind. - [18]
Memphis blues
[Memphis blues]. - [2]
[Memphis blues]. - [2]
Mobile blues. - [3]
Muggsy Spanier
Muggsy Spanier plays dixieland jazz
Muggsy, Tesch and the Chicagoans
My gal sal. - [4]
Nobody's sweetheart. - [8]
No lovers allowed. - [10]
One night stand with Count Basie and Miff Mole
Baby brown. - [9]
Peewee speaks. - [5]
At the Jazz Band Ball. - [7]
Really a pain. - [4]
Really a pain. - [5]
Relaxin' at the touro
Relaxin' at the touro. - [7]
Relaxin' at the Touro. - [7]
Relaxin' at the Touro. - [12]
Relaxin' at the touro. - [16]
Riverboat shuffle. - [11]
At sundown. - [13]
[Rosetta]. - [1]
[Rosetta]. - [1]
Royal Garden blues. - [9]
September in the rain. - [6]
Since we fell out of love. - [12]
Siste kate. - [7]
Someday, sweetheart
Someday, sweetheart
Someday sweetheart. - [4]
Someday, sweetheart. - [9]
You rascal you. - [15]
Squeeze me. - [9]
Squeeze me. - [16]
Steady roll blues. - [1]
Steady roll blues. - [2]
Sugar. - [9]
Sugar. - [15]
Sweet Lorraine. - [2]
Sweet Lorraine. - [5]
Sweet Lorraine. - [11]
Sweet Sue, just you. - [10]
Sweet Sue, just you. - [13]
Sweet Sue, just you. - [13]
Sweet Sue, just you. - [17]
That da da strain. - [6]
That's a-plenty. - [7]
That's a-plenty. - [8]
That's a plenty. - [12]
That's a plenty. - [12]
That's a plenty. - [14]
That's a plenty. - [15]
There'll be some changes made. - [11]
The "This is jazz" broadcast Volume 1
American jazz
Chicago blues. - [6]
Chicago. - [30]
China boy. - [4]
China boy. - [3]
China boy. - [5]
China boy. - [13]
China boy. - [19]

Trompette (36)

The legend of Bagger Vance
Jazz masters 42
Pocket giant 1
Great original performances 1931 and 1939
Earl Hines at the crescendo 2
Great original performances 1927-1934
Classic small groups Volume two
Jazz from California
Earl "Fatha" Hines and his all stars
The Chicago era
Muggsy Spanier
Spanier in Chicago
Great moments in jazz re-created at the Newport Jazz Festival
Great moments in jazz
The Golden book of classic swing : 2
Dixieland at jazz, Ltd.
Why can't it be poor little me
That's a plenty
Tin roof blues
Muskrat ramble
Feather brain blues
The wreck of the old
Little David, play your harp
American patrol
Eccentric
Royal garden blues. - [20]
Snag it
Black and blue. - [9]
Sugar
Sugar
Riverside blues
Black and blue. - [9]
Black and blue. - [9]
Whistin' the blues
At the jazz band ball
Swing concert

Direction d'orchestre (28)

The Greatest recordings of the big band era
Les Rois du jazz : in the groove
Dixieland jazz
The Golden book of classic swing : 2
WHAT'S NEW (fox)
PEE WEE SQUAWKS
YOU'RE DRIVING ME CRAZY
AM I BLUE
Tin roof blues
Muskrat ramble
That's a plenty
Feather brain blues
Someday, sweetheart
Squeeze me. - [14]
That da da strain. - [11]
That's a plenty. - [12]
You took advantage of me. - [5]
Bechet parades the blues
Black and blue
Cherry. - [17]
China boy. - [3]
Jazz me blues. - [5]
Livery stable blues
Lonesome road. - [10]
Muggsy Spanier favorites Vol. II
Pat's blues. - [10]
Peewee speaks. - [5]
Relaxin' at the touro

Auteur ou responsable intellectuel (3)

BLUIN' THE BLUES
The Golden book of classic swing : vol. 3
THE GREAT 16

Autre (1)

Royal Garden blues. - [11]

Documents about Muggsy Spanier (1901-1967) (1)

Livres (1)

Muggsy Spanier, the lonesome road

See also (8)