Label: Totem Records - LP-1001 • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation, Mono • Country: Canada • Genre: Jazz • Style: Big Band
His father was an amateur brass band trumpeter and started him on baritone horn ; by age seven he had switched to trombone. His first public performances were in movie theaters, where he accompanied his mother, a pianist. Teagarden's trombone style was Beale Street Blues - Jack Teagarden - Frank Trumbauer* - Jack Teagarden - Frank Trumbauer self-taught, and he developed many unusual alternative positions and novel special effects on the instrument.
He is usually considered the most innovative jazz trombone stylist of the pre- bebop era — Pee Wee Russell once called him "the best trombone player in the world"  — and did much to expand the role of the instrument beyond the old tailgate style role of the early New Orleans brass bands.
Chief among his contributions to the language of jazz trombonists was his ability to interject the blues or merely a "blue feeling" into virtually any piece of music. ByTeagarden was playing professionally in San Antonio, including with the band of pianist Peck Kelley. Inhe went to New York City where he worked with several bands. By he played for the Ben Pollack band.
Within Beale Street Blues - Jack Teagarden - Frank Trumbauer* - Jack Teagarden - Frank Trumbauer year of the commencement of his recording career, he became a regular vocalist, first doing blues material " Beale Street Blues ", for exampleand later doing popular songs.
Qui Sedes Ad Dexteram Patris - David Willcocks, The Kings College Choir Of Cambridge, The London Sy is often mentioned as one of the best jazz vocalists of the era; [ citation needed Askariz - Renacer his singing style is like his trombone playing, in much the same way that Louis Armstrong sang like he played trumpet.
Teagarden's singing is best remembered for duets with Armstrong and Johnny Mercer. Miller and Teagarden collaborated to provide lyrics and a verse to Spencer Williams ' " Basin Street Blues ", which in that amended form became one of the numbers that Teagarden played until the end of his days.
In the early s, Teagarden was based in Chicago, for some time playing with the band of Wingy Manone. He played at the Century of Progress exposition in Chicago. Teagarden sought financial security during the Great Depression and signed an exclusive contract to play for the Paul Whiteman Orchestra from through Teagarden then started leading his own big band.
Glenn Miller wrote the song " I Swung the Election " for him and his band in In spite of Teagarden's best efforts, the band was not a commercial success, and he was brought to the brink of bankruptcy. Early inTeagarden cut Stop - Roger Waters - The Wall: Live In Berlin 1990 (VHS) a performance in New Orleans because of ill health.
He briefly visited a hospital, then was found dead in his room at the Prince Conti Motel in New Orleans on January The cause of death was bronchial pneumonia, which had followed a liver ailment. He was buried in Los Angeles. As a jazz artist he won the Esquire magazine Gold Award, was highly rated in the Metronome polls of andand was selected for the Playboy magazine All Star Band, Teagarden was the featured performer at the Newport Jazz Festival of From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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