(2-CD box set with 124-page hardcover book) Run by the underworld and patronized by New York's high society, the Cotton Club was the focal point of the Harlem Renaissance. Now, this important new Bear Family release takes you back there. During the night of April 20-21, 1931, a German commentator broadcast live from the Cotton Club, but the recordings lay dormant in the vaults, until they were discovered and identified by John Hammond's former assistant, Michael Brooks. The show is musically fascinating and ranks among the earliest surviving sound documents of German radio.
|Brand:||Various - History|
|Item Weight:||3.79 pounds|
|Item Size:||13 x 1.5 x 1.5 inches|
|Package Weight:||3.92 pounds|
|Package Size:||12.6 x 1.57 x 1.57 inches|
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His band in top form performing for a special event in 1973 sponsored by Wally Heider, with John Parker (alto sax & flute), Bob Winiker (flugel horn), Ramon Lopez (percussion), Willie Maiden (bass), Harvey Coonin (trombone), Richard Torres (tenor sax...