Film, Video JAZZ 625: THE TONY COE QUINTET

Format Film, Video
Contributors (Theme) Steve Race
Prod: Terry Henebery
Dates 1966
Location United Kingdom
Title
JAZZ 625: THE TONY COE QUINTET
Contributor Names
prod: Terry Henebery (director)
(theme) Steve Race (composer)
Created / Published
UK.
Notes
-  Information from: "Jazz on the Screen" by David Meeker. Used with permission. (Source)
-  Made-for-TV series.
-  Short film (under 30 minutes).
-  "Pickwick" by Tony Coe; "The Bean stalks again" by Coleman Hawkins; "Tenderly" by Jack Lawrence, Walter Gross; "So in love" by Cole Porter (DS); "Morning glory" by Mary Lou Williams (DS); "Avalon" by Buddy De Sylva, Al Jolson, Vincent Rose (DS); "Play your hands" by Dakota Staton (DS); "My funny Valentine" by Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart; "The jeep is jumping" by Will Hudson. (Songs)
-  Introduced by Humphrey Lyttelton:- The Tony Coe Quintet, with guest Dakota Staton, vocal. (Personnel on Camera)
-  Recorded on 21st November 1965 at The Marquee Jazz Club, London.
-  Jazz on the Screen is a reference work of filmographic information and does not point to digitized versions of the items described. The Library of Congress may or may not own a copy of a particular film or video. To request additional information Ask a Librarian (http://www.loc.gov/rr/askalib/ask-record.html).
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