Tree People - Jimmy Giuffre - The Train And The River (CD, Album)

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  1. The Jimmy Giuffre 3 (Atlantic ) was one of the best albums by the Jimmy Giuffre Trio with Jim Hall. Their collaboration stands by itself as a unique collection of intimate chamber music. Interviewed many years later, Jim Hall remembered his first encounter with Giuffre: “There were these jam sessions on Sunday afternoon at a club in L.A.
  2. At this point in his career, Giuffre predominantly played tenor and baritone saxophone. His first trio consisted of Giuffre, guitarist Jim Hall and double bassist Ralph Peña (later replaced by Jim Atlas). They had a minor hit in when Giuffre's "The Train and the River" was featured on the television special The Sound of Jazz.
  3. The Train And The River, an album by Jimmy Giuffre on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  4. Biography. Jimmy Giuffre was born in Dallas, Texas, the son of Joseph Francis Giuffre (an Italian immigrant from Termini Imerese Palermo Province, and of Sicilian Italian ancestry) [citation needed] and Everet McDaniel Giuffre. Giuffre was a graduate of Dallas Technical High School and North Texas State Teachers College (University of North Texas College of Music).
  5. May 10,  · The Jimmy Giuffre Trio - The Train and the River Choice Records CHCD 1 The Train and the River 2 Elephant 3 Tibetan Sun 4 The Listening 5 River .
  6. Jimmy Giuffre [James Peter Giuffre] (born April 26, , Dallas, TX; died April 24, , Tree People Elephant Tibetan Sun The Train And The River The Tide Is In River Chant Om The Listening Celebration ** also released on Choice (E) CHCD entitled "The Train And The River". ** part of DJM Records (E) DJD
  7. Featured peformers: Jimmy Giuffre (liner notes), Jim Hall (guitar), Ralph Peña (bass), John Kraus (recording engineer), Marvin Israel (cover design), William Claxton (photography), Nesuhi Ertegün (supervisor), Gary Kramer (liner notes).
  8. the swamp people show me the way to go home forty-second street california, here i come the train and the river. cd 2 pickin’ ‘em up and layin’‘em down the green country the lonely time trav’lin’ light forty-second street show me the way to go home the swamp people california, here.
  9. Jimmy Giuffre may not have gotten his due with American audiences outside very specific kinds of jazz circles, but he was loved and respected by other musicians and the audiences of Europe and Asia. His reputation among those groups of listeners and players is well deserved for the radical, if quiet and unassuming path he walked throughout his seven-decade career.

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