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|Bluesette, thème admirablement charpenté, a donné le grand élan à la notoriété de Toots Thielemans, bien assise aux Etats-Unis, puis dans le monde entier et en particulier au Japon.|
Vladimir Bogdanov, Chris Woodstra, Stephen Thomas Erlewine - 2002 - 1472 pages
|7, 1958 / Riverside/0|C ++*++ Although he plays guitar exclusively on two of the |
eight selections included on this CD reissue, it is Toots Thielemans' harmonica
playing that is most unique. He holds his own on .1 hard bop blowing dale with ...
|Charles Leighton, “but with the advent of Toots Thielemans, I have come to feel |
that the limitations are within the player. Because as far as I can see, Toots has
no limitations.” Richard Hayman has said this about Toots's powers: “The ultimate ...
|Jean "Toots" Thielemans with his 1956 Combo 400. George Shearing and Jean "|
Toots" Thielemans in 1958 with his ... Toots Thielemans was there to entertain
the group when three of the Beatles—all but George — dropped by on February
|What was somewhat surprising about ''The Magic of Toots: A Celebration of Toots |
Thielemans'' was the way the feeling suffused the concert, overcoming even its
all-star conceit. What could have felt tediously programmatic came across as a ...
|Toots (Jean Baptiste) Thielemans started music aged three, playing a homemade |
accordion, soon graduating to a proper one. He started playing the harmonica at
seventeen while studying maths at college. Hearing Django Keinhardt inspired ...
|Toots Thielemans The first great jazz harmonica player was Larry Adler, who |
emerged in the 1930s. Although Adler ... The second great harmonica player,
Toots Thielemans, has stuck to jazz throughout his productive career.
Thielemans, who ...