Series: Jazz And Hot Dance – Volume Nine.
Music of Martinique 1929-1950. Ensemble Swing Du Hot Club Cononial.
Notte And His Creole Band - I've Found A Wonderful Girl 08. Salnave And His Band - Brown Love 09. Jazz Sam Castandet - Sweet Georgia Brown 10. Haitian Orchestra - Sous Le Palmiers 11.
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Free download and listen Music of Martinique, 1929 - 1950. Ensemble Swing Du Hot Club Colonial. Jean Ferret Et Son Sixtette. L' Orchestra Antillais. Notte & His Creole Band. Orchestre Del's Jazz. Léardée. Sainave & His Band.
By the end of the 1940s, the nervous energy and tension of bebop was replaced with a tendency towards calm and smoothness, with the sounds of cool jazz, which favoured long, linear melodic lines. It emerged in New York City, as a result of the mixture of the styles of predominantly white swing jazz musicians and predominantly black bebop musicians, and it dominated jazz in the first half of the 1950s
|A1||–L'Orchestre Antillais||Serpent Maigre|
|A2||–L'Orchestre Antillais||Mussieu Dollar|
|A3||–Orchestre E. Léardée Du Celèbre Bal Colonial De La Rue Blomet||La Belle Amelie|
|A4||–Orchestre Créol's Band||Ninon|
|A5||–Orchestre Créol's Band||Taint No Sin|
|A6||–Notte And His Creol Band De La Coupole Montparnasse||En Bas Caille La|
|A7||–Notte And His Creol Band De La Coupole Montparnasse||I've Found A Wonderful Girl|
|A8||–Salnave And His Band||Brown Love|
|B1||–Jazz Sam Castandet*||Sweet Georgia Brown|
|B2||–Haitian Orchestra||Sous Les Palmiers|
|B3||–Fredy Jumbo Et Son Orchestre||Swing 42|
|B4||–Jean Ferret Et Son Orchestre||Swing Guitars|
|B5||–Harry Cooper Et Son Orchestre||Nuages|
|B6||–Ensemble Swing Du Hot Club||Georgina|
|B7||–Jam Session No.6||China Boy|
|B8||–Orchestre Del's Jazz Biguine||La Figuie|