Cab Kaye - The Key album
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Cab Kaye: English jazz singer and pianist of Ghanaian descent. He combined blues, stride piano, and scat with his Ghanaian heritage. Premier Bal, I'm Gonna Lock My Heart, Speakers' Corner и другие песни. Вся дискография, Радио, Концерты, рекомендации и похожие исполнители.
The Key from Cab Kaye (1984) (LP). The Key. LP. Keytone RecordsKYT 741. 1984, Netherlands.
Listen to music from Cab Kaye like Everything Is Go, Don't You Go Away & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Cab Kaye. Augustus Kwamla or Kwamlah Nii-lante Quaye, better known as Cab Kaye (September 3, 1921, London - March 13, 2000, Amsterdam) was an English jazz t. Kaye's father, Caleb Quaye (b. Ghana, 1895 - 1922), performed in London under the name Ernest Mope Desmond and led an ensemble called the Five Musical Dragons, in which Arthur Briggs, Sidney Bechet, and George "Bobo" Hines played.
Nii-lante Augustus Kwamlah Quaye (3 September 1921 – 13 March 2000), known professionally as Cab Kaye, was an English jazz singer and pianist of Ghanaian descent. Cab Kaye, also known as Cab Quay, Cab Quaye and Kwamlah Quaye, was born on St. Giles High Street in Camden, London to a musical family.
Cab Kaye Trio, 10 July 1981, Cab Kaye Live at the North Sea Jazz Festival 1981 (Philips). Cab Kaye live The Key, 20 August 1984 (Keytone). Cab Kaye, The Consul of Swing – Victoria Blues, 14 March 1986. Cab Kaye in Iceland, 18 June 1986 (Icelandic national radio). Cab Kaye in Iceland & Africa on Ice, October 1996 (Icelandic national radio). Billy Cotton and His Band, 27 August 1936 (Regal Zonophone). Billy Cotton & His Orchestra, A Nice Cup of Tea Volume 2, recorded 1936–1941 (Vocalion, 2001). Jazz at the Town Hall Ensemble, 30 March 1948 (Esquire).
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b. Augustus Kwamlah Nii-lante Quaye, 3 September 1921, London, England, d. 13 March 2000, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The son of an English music hall artist and Ga (Ghanaian) pianist Caleb Jonas Kwamlah Quaye (who, as ‘Mope Desmond’, played with Sidney Bechet in London in 1921), Kaye began his singing career with Billy Cotton
|A1||These Foolish Things||3:36|
|A2||Old Man Mose||3:37|
|A3||Only You Can Explain||4:18|
|A4||I'm Gonna Lock My Heart And Throw Away The Key||3:03|
|A5||I'm Through Feelin Blue Over You||3:52|
|A7||Knock Me A Kiss||2:47|
|B1||What A Wonderful World||4:15|
|B2||Where Were You On The Night Of June 3Rd||2:49|
|B3||Jeannette You Are My Love||4:00|
|B4||Akwili Waba – Red Pepper||3:02|
|B5||Since I Fell For You||4:12|
|B6||Teach Me Tonight||4:01|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Keytone Records
- Copyright (c) – Keytone Records
- Published By – Mangala Music
- Mastered At – CBS Studios, Holland
NotesLive recorded on 20 August 1984 in Keytone, Amsterdam
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