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STAN GETZY SWINGS AT HOT CLUB DE FRANCE - (by Pete Bax)  Year: 2012
Pete Bax The Hot Club sound was a creation of many talented musicians when I had work I would hire Diz Disley to create this unique swing sound for me and the Hot Club de France sound is what he taught me. I have used Stan Getz to front the band. Original and you can only hear this here. Instrumental, Jazz, Swing Ensembles
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Jazz, Swing Ensembles  
550369 3:03 Very Fast 173   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: Stan Getzy Swings at Hot Club de France
Catalog ID: 550369  ISRC: US5UL1234446
Description: The Hot Club sound was a creation of many talented musicians when I had work I would hire Diz Disley to create this unique swing sound for me and the Hot Club de France sound is what he taught me. I have used Stan Getz to front the band. Original and you can only hear this here.

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Artist or Group: Pete Bax

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Keywords: accent beat count inflection intonation lilt measure meter modulation pulse rhythm swing tempo throb jive class style jazz hot club jitterbug feel soul phrase

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Extended Properties
  Duration: 3:03   Tempo: Very Fast   BPM: 173
   Arrangement: Jazz Ensemble
   Instruments: Guitar, Drum Kit, Double Bass, Tenor Saxophone
   Vocal Mix: Instrumental
   Language:
Moods: Atmospheric, Bright, Cheerful, Fast, Flowing, Groovy, Heartwarming, Intelligent, Joyful, Lively, Mellow, Nostalgic, Retro, Rhythmic, Stimulating, Street-Smart, Swinging, Uplifting, Vibrant, Wholesome

Styles: Dance / Jitterbug, European, Film Instrumental, Jazzy, Travel Channel, TV Instrumental, Video Games, Wedding Ceremony, World Harmony, Worldbeat

Regions: France, USA, UK

Extended Keywords: There are several versions of how the Hot club de France was formed. The most generally accepted version amongst modern jazz historians is that the group evolved from a series of backstage jams led by Django Reinhardt, with Stephane Grappelli. However, bassist Louis Vola said in an interview that he found the Reinhardt brothers playing on a beach at Toulon. He invited them to jam with his own band, which included Grappelli. I worked occasionally with Diz Disley who worked for Grappelli who created their famous swing rhythm for me and I have recreated this sound for you.
Disley formed his String Quintet in 1958 with a library based largely on that of the Quintet of the Hot Club of France; Diz's companion on many of the sessions was my friend guitarist Denny Wright. Diz passed away last year what a loss. This is to his memory we played at the Dorchester Hotel together under Peter fats Baxter.


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