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Cootie & Rex - The Big Challenge Album

Cootie & Rex - The Big Challenge Album

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Interprète: Cootie & Rex
Titre: The Big Challenge
Pays: US
Publié sur: 1957
Style: Swing
Category: Jazz
Classement: 4.3
Catalogue #: SJ-1253
Label: Concert Hall


1I Knew You When
2Do Nothing Till You Hear From Me
3I Got A Right To Sing The Blues
4I'm Beginning To See The Light
5When Your Lover Has Gone
6Walkin' My Baby Back Home
7Alphonse And Gaston


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
J1268Cootie & Rex Cootie & Rex - The Big Challenge ‎(LP, Album, Mono)Jazztone J1268US1957
JG-602Cootie & Rex Cootie & Rex - The Big Challenge ‎(LP, Album)Hall Of Fame JG-602USUnknown
SJS-1253Various The Big Challenge ‎(LP, Album)Guilde Internationale Du DisqueSJS-1253France1963
USD 2004Hank Jones, Billy Bauer, Milt Hinton, Gus Johnson Hank Jones, Billy Bauer, Milt Hinton, Gus Johnson - Jazz At Stereoville ‎(LP, Album)Urania Records USD 2004USA & Canada1964
J 1253Cootie Williams, Rex Stewart Cootie Williams, Rex Stewart - La Grande Sfida (The Big Challenge) ‎(LP)Jazztone J 1253ItalyUnknown


  • BassMilton Hinton
  • CornetRex Stewart
  • DrumsGus Johnson
  • EngineerErnie Oelrich
  • GuitarBilly Bauer
  • Photography ByKal Weyner
  • PianoHank Jones
  • Producer, Liner NotesGeorge T. Simon
  • Tenor SaxophoneBud Freeman, Coleman Hawkins
  • TromboneJ. C. Higginbotham, Lawrence Brown
  • TrumpetCootie Williams


Side A recorded April 30, 1957, side B recorded May 7, 1957, both at RCA's Webster Hall, NYC



Cootie and Rex in the Big Challenge - Cootie Williams. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Cootie Williams & Rex Stewart. Jazz 1957. I'm Beginning to See the Light. 6: Big Challenge is an album by trumpeter Cootie Williams and cornetist Rex Stewart that was recorded in 1957 and released on the Jazztone label. Six distinctive and very different veterans were teamed together. the unique matchups are very successful. Each of the musicians has an opportunity to be featured and the tradeoffs are quite memorable. A colorful gem. Cootie & Rex in The Big Challenge, Cootie Williams, trumpet, Rex Stewart, cornet, on JAZZTONE Records, 1957, Mono. Produced by George T. Six distinctive and very different veterans were teamed together: trumpeter Cootie Williams, cornetist Rex Stewart, trombonists Lawrence Brown and J. Higginbotham, and the tenors of Coleman Hawkins and Bud Freeman. With pianist Hank Jones, guitarist Billy Bauer, bassist Milt Hinton, and drummer Gus Johnson providing solid backup and Ernie Wilkins sketching out some arrangements, the unique matchups are very successful. Cootie, Coleman and Rex : Jazz Challenge - Cootie Williams, Coleman Hawkins and Rex Stewart, Coleman Hawkins, Cootie Williams, Rex Stewart. The Big Challenge is a swing music album recording by COOTIE WILLIAMS released in 1957 on CD, LPVinyl andor cassette. I'm Beginning to See the Light 6:11 2. Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me 4:12 3. Alphonse and Gaston 8:32 4. Walkin' My Baby Back Home 4:50 5. When Your Lover Has Gone 5:12 6. I Knew You When 4:48 7. I Gotta Right to Sing the Blues 4:10. Total Time 37:15. Disc IDs. Cover Art 4. Rex Stewart 1957-05-07 tracks B1B4. guitar: Billy Bauer US cool jazz guitarist 1957-04-30 tracks A1A3. Billy Bauer US cool jazz guitarist 1957-05-07 tracks B1B4. bass: Milt Hinton 1957-04-30 tracks A1A3. Milt Hinton 1957-05-07 tracks B1B4. Additional details. Type: Album. Status: Official. Language: English. Script: Latin. Cover information about the songs on the release The Big Challenge by Cootie & Rex: who covered the songs, who sang the originals. SecondHandSongs is building the most comprehensive source of cover song information. Cootie Williams & Rex Stewart Artist Format: Audio CD. This album opened jazz history to me, exposing the tonal personalities of the great swing artists and illustrating more effectively than any other recording the meaning of having a voice on your horn. Consider the competitive gimmick as precisely that, a motivator to distinguish different horns from one another and different players on the same horn from each other