Kansas City Riffs - Buster Smith - The Legendary Buster Smith (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. May 17,  · Kansas City Riffs From the Album The Legendary Buster Smith May 17, Start your day free trial of Unlimited to listen to this song plus tens of millions more songs.
  2. Vinyl LP. Atlantic Records SD Stereo, green & black label, deep groove pressing, includes original illustrated Atlantic inner sleeve. COVER: VG++ laminated .
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Legendary Buster Smith on Discogs. Label: London Atlantic - LTZ-K • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Mono • Country: UK • .
  4. Oran “Hot Lips” Page‘s Blue Devils asked Buster to play alto saxophone with them in , and fame followed. Smith played with Page, Lester Young, Count Basie, Jimmy Rushing, and Emir (Bucket) Coleman until , when Page was replaced by Bennie Moten. They toured the Kansas City area and the Midwest, playing jazz for a year.
  5. Nov 27,  · Although he did plenty of session work with famous musicians such as Duke Ellington, Ella Fitzgerald and Earl Hines, he only ever recorded one solo album, The Legendary Buster Smith in What a powerful album though! I remember the first time I heard Buster Smith. Jesse Miner used to DJ Kansas City Riffs (and still does) as a birthday jam.
  6. Henry Franklin Buster Smith (August 24, – August 10, ), also known as Professor Smith, was an American jazz alto saxophonist and mentor to Charlie Parker. Smith was instrumental in instituting the Texas Sax Sound with Count Basie and Lester Young in the s.
  7. Henry "Buster" Smith (August 24, – August 10, ), also known as Professor Smith, was an American jazz alto saxophonist. Smith was instrumental in instituting the Texas Sax Sound with Count Basie and Lester Young in the s and he was also a mentor to Charlie Parker.
  8. Buster Smith, Category: Artist, Albums: The Legendary Buster Smith, Top Tracks: E-Flat Boogie, Kansas City Riffs, Organ Grinder's Swing, Buster's Tune, King Alcohol, Biography: A talented alto saxophonist and an arranger/composer who probably wrote "One O'Clock Jump" (although Count Basie received the credit), Buster Smith's contributions to jazz are difficult to assess because he was under.
  9. Album Reviews Acker Bilk “Stranger On The Shore” (Columbia, ) Buster Smith “The Legendary Buster Smith” (Atlantic, ) On side two “Kansas City Riffs” has some of the best interplay on the disc, and everybody makes a modest solo, even the seldom .

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