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8 thoughts on “ Riverina Dreams - Graeme Bell And His Australian Jazz Band - Jazz In Australia Vol.2 - Graemes Jazz (Vinyl, Album)

  1. Genre/Form: Internet audio: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Graeme Bell All Stars. Graeme Bell jazz. Atlanta: Jazzology, ℗ (OCoLC)
  2. Early in the 40s, Bell played piano in local jazz groups with his trumpet-playing brother, Roger Bell. In addition to playing jazz, he was one of the leading promoters of the music in Australia. He was greatly responsible for building a jazz following in the country and by the late 40s he took his band to the UK, where he delighted the local.
  3. VETERAN jazz pianist, bandleader and composer Graeme Bell, who became an Australian success story in Europe in the s and 50s, died yesterday in a Sydney hosptial at the age of
  4. & Graeme Bell's Dixieland Six. & George Trevare's Jazz Group. & Lazy Ade and his Backroom Jazz. & Les Welch and his 8 Beat Boys. & Frank Coughlan and his Lucky Seven. & Rex Stewart and his Sydney Six. & Frank Johnson and his Fabulous Dixielanders. & Wocka Dyer and his Bacchanalians. & Barrelhouse Jazz Band. & Graeme Bell and his Australian Jazz.
  5. 78_south_graeme-bell-and-his-australian-jazz-band-roger-bell-ade-monsborough-pixie-rob_gbiab Location USA Run time Scanner Internet Archive Python library Scanningcenter George Blood, L.P. Size Source 78 User_cleaned David Skovron User_metadataentered Liz Rosenberg User_transferred Liz Rosenberg.
  6. Details about Graeme Bell Rare OZ Promo 10” LP Jazz in Australia Vol.2 VG+ Parlophone Lazy Ade. Georgia bo bo/ Graeme Bell and His Australian Jazz Band Riverina dreams/ Graeme Bell and His Australian Jazz Band - Sorry to be leavin.
  7. Australian Jazz Bell Awards, also known as the Bell Awards or The Bells, are annual music awards for the jazz music genre in Australia. They were named in honour of Australian jazz pianist, composer and band leader, Graeme Bell (–), at their inception in at the Melbourne International Jazz Festival. The awards were announced by Bell and Victoria's Minister for the Arts, Mary.
  8. A pioneering Australian jazzman, Graeme Bell recorded an extensive series of hot jazz performances (particularly during ) that were quite influential in the Australian traditional jazz scene. Bell worked professionally from the late '30s but it was after he formed his Australian Jazz Band and toured in Europe for a full year () that his brand of freewheeling jazz (mixing.

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