9 thoughts on “ Bill Bailey Wont You Please Come Home - Zoot Sims, Zoot Sims Quartet - Down Home (CD, Album) ”

  1. "Won't You Come Home) Bill Bailey", originally titled "Bill Bailey, Won't You Please. Come Home?" is a popular song published in It is commonly referred to as simply "Bill Bailey".Its words and music were written by Hughie Cannon, an American songwriter and pianist, and published by Howley, Haviland and bleselusestabga.draditalcudlerasorelolensiri.co is still a standard with Dixieland and traditional jazz bands.
  2. May 26,  · Bill Bailey Won't You Please Come Home Written-By – Trad.* B2: Goodnight Sweetheart Zoot Sims Quartet - Recorded NYC, July States Mono on rear sleeve and stereo on labels. Playback is mono. Zoot Sims: Down Home ‎ (CD, Album, RE, RM) Bethlehem Records: US: /5(4).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Down Home on Discogs. Label: Bethlehem Records - TOCJ • Series: ベツレヘムCDコレクション - 59 • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: Japan • Genre: Jazz • Style: Post Bop, Swing.
  4. May 26,  · This "STEREO" was printed under BETHLEHEM Emblem (designs are a little different) in the Front Sleeve upper right in BETHLEHEM first state Monoral [m], and this was issued (from "ZOOT SIMS - DOWN HOME" Wikipedia). So Sleeve Cat,No is BCP, and Label Cat,No is BS 2 kinds of label which has and doesn't have DG exists/5(59).
  5. Bill Bailey Won't You Please Come Home Written-By – Trad.* B2: Zoot Sims Quartet - Recorded NYC, July States Mono on rear sleeve and stereo on labels. Playback is mono. バーコードとその他の識別子 Matrix / Runout (Side A runout etched): AFF 87A^ -BOPPIN/BOB- MPO Zoot Sims: Down Home ‎ (LP, Album, RE).
  6. Oct 21,  · Provided to YouTube by Time Records Bill Bailey Won't You Please Come Home · Bourbon Street Stompers We Like Dixieland ℗ Time Recordings Released on:
  7. Tenor saxophonist Zoot Sims recorded on a regular basis as a leader for most of 45 years, and virtually all of his many sessions are worth acquiring. Sims's Bethlehem date also gives one a look at the great pianist Dave McKenna in his early days, along with bassist George Tucker and drummer Dannie Richmond. Sims mostly explores standards from the swing era (including a rare version of "Bill.

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