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Jamaica Jazz From Federal Records
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Jamaica Jazz From Federal Records: Various

Anbieter: Hugendubel.de
Stand: 13.06.2019
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Jamaica Jazz From Federal Records
31,49 € *
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Jamaica Jazz From Federal Records: Various

Anbieter: Hugendubel.de
Stand: 13.06.2019
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Jamaica Jazz From Federal Records VARIOUS auf V...
35,99 € *
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Jamaica Jazz From Federal Records VARIOUS auf Vinyl online

Anbieter: SATURN
Stand: 14.06.2019
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Jamaica Jazz From Federal Records VARIOUS auf CD
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Jamaica Jazz From Federal Records VARIOUS auf CD online

Anbieter: SATURN
Stand: 14.06.2019
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Sonny Thompson - Jam Sonny Jam (CD)
14,95 €
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(1996/SEQUEL) 20 tracks (55:22)(1949-56 ´Miracle/King´) last copies - Bandleader and pianist Sonny Thompson was among the most prolific R&B instrumentalists of the late ´40s and early ´50s. Thompson began recording for Sultan in 1946, then did several sessions for Miracle, King, Federal, and Deluxe, while also backing vocalist Lula Reed from 1951 to 1961. Thompson scored two number one R&B hits for Miracle in 1948: ´´Long Gone,´´ Pts. 1 & 2, and ´´Late Freight.´´ He landed another Top Ten and two more Top 20 singles for Miracle in 1949, and then had three Top Ten hits for King in 1952. The biggest was ´´I´ll Drown In My Tears,´´ which reached number five. (Ron Wynn)

Anbieter: Bear Family Recor...
Stand: 06.04.2019
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At The Jamaica Hilton - In The Jippi Jappa Loun...
16,95 € *
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(2015/Dub Store) 10 Tracks - Reissue of the original 1967 Federal album. Calypso-Jazz-Ska-Exotica mix!

Anbieter: RAKUTEN
Stand: 12.06.2019
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The Winston Turner Quintet - At The Jamaica Hil...
16,95 € *
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(2015/Dub Store) 10 Tracks - Reissue of the original 1967 Federal album. Calypso-Jazz-Ska-Exotica mix!

Anbieter: Bear Family Recor...
Stand: 25.04.2019
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The Heirs: A Novel , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 624min
9,95 € *
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Brilliantly wrought, incisive, and stirring, The Heirs tells the story of an upper-crust Manhattan family coming undone after the death of their patriarch. Six months after Rupert Falkes dies, leaving a grieving widow and five adult sons, an unknown woman sues his estate, claiming she had two sons by him. The Falkes brothers are pitched into turmoil, at once missing their father and feeling betrayed by him. In disconcerting contrast, their mother, Eleanor, is cool and calm, showing preternatural composure. Eleanor and Rupert had made an admirable life together - Eleanor with her sly wit and generosity, Rupert with his ambition and English charm - and they were proud of their handsome, talented sons: Harry, a brash law professor; Will, a savvy Hollywood agent; Sam, an astute doctor and scientific researcher; Jack, a jazz trumpet prodigy; Tom, a public-spirited federal prosecutor. The brothers see their identity and success as inextricably tied to family loyalty - a loyalty they always believed their father shared. Struggling to reclaim their identity, the brothers find Eleanor´s sympathy toward the woman and her sons confounding. Widowhood has let her cast off the rigid propriety of her stifling upbringing, and the brothers begin to question whether they knew either of their parents at all. A riveting portrait of a family, told with compassion, insight, and wit, The Heirs wrestles with the tangled nature of inheritance and legacy for one unforgettable patrician New York family. Moving seamlessly through a constellation of rich, arresting voices, The Heirs is a tale out of Edith Wharton for the 21st century. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Kimberly Farr. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/rand/005128/bk_rand_005128_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

Anbieter: Audible
Stand: 29.03.2019
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First-Person America , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 490min
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In the late 1930s, the Federal Writers´ Project set out to create a first-person portrait of America by sending young writers around the country to interview people from diverse ethnic groups, occupations, and backgrounds. When the Writers Project closed its doors, some 10,000 of these oral histories were left gathering dust in a remote storeroom at the Library of Congress. In First Person America, Ann Banks has collected dozens of these oral histories, including a North Carolina patent-medicine pitchman, a retired Oregon prospector, a Bahamian midwife from Florida, a Key West smuggler, a Pullman Porter, and Chicago jazz musicians. There are men and women who remember meeting Billy the Kid, survived the Chicago Fire, and fled the Czar to America. They hawked lucky charms and patent medicine. They knew Bix Beiderbecke personally and tried to copy his style in Chicago jazz clubs. They peddled cake flavoring, auctioned tobacco, and fished and smuggled rum, and sometimes aliens, from Cuba to Key West. They worked in coal and granite and cotton and iron. The women quilted and pressed laundry and took in boarders and delivered babies. And when their men ran out on them they swallowed their pride and threw rent parties. Lloyd Green, a Pullman Porter in Harlem, lamented his move north to the big city, telling Federal Writer Ralph Ellison, ´´I´m in New York, but New York ain´t in me.´´ First Person America is narrated by Tony Kahn, a public radio veteran writer, host, and producer. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Tony Kahn. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/042456/bk_acx0_042456_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

Anbieter: Audible
Stand: 29.03.2019
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