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Rhythm Is Our Business

Label: Storyville Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: Rhythm Is Our Business; Panhandle Pete; Be My Life's Companion; Ellington Mood; Svend's Riff; Someone To Watch Over Me; Darktown Strutters' Ball; Schöner Gigolo; Cotton Tail; Indian Summer; After You've Gone; When You're Smiling; Moonglow; Carry Me Back To Old Virginny; Fiddler In Rio/Umbrigado; Jeepers Creepers; Svend's Blues; Poor Butterfly; Georgia Camp Meeting; Hallelujah; Honeysuckle Rose; How About You?; Jazz Me Blues.

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Svend Asmussen: Rhythm Is Our Business

Read "Rhythm Is Our Business" reviewed by Chris Mosey


Once, as they were jamming, Duke Ellington's drummer Sam Woodyard called out to Danish violinist Svend Asmussen, “Man, you play your ass off," to which The Fiddling Viking replied, with that charmingly naïvely innocent wit so typical of his homeland, “From now on then my name is only Mussen." There is just one ...

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Rhythm Is our Business

Label: Fantasy Jazz
Released: 2000
Track listing: Swing Is here; Rhythm Is our Business; Yours and Mine; Swing Pan Alley; Stevedore Stomp; Murder He Says; Jammin' the Blues; That's My Home; Swingin' on the Famous Door; It's Been So Long; Heah Me Talkin' to Ya?; On the Sunny Side of the Street; My Buddy; I Hope Gabriel Likes My Music; Watch Out; I'll Always Be in Love with You

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Duke Heitger and His Swing Band: Rhythm Is our Business

Read "Rhythm Is our Business" reviewed by Dave Nathan


In the tradition of the small groups of the 1930's and 40's like those led by John Kirby, Charlie Shavers, Teddy Wilson and Louis Jordan, comes Duke Heitger, his trumpet and his swing band. Like its historical antecedents, this small group sounds bigger than it is because of refreshing arrangements and imaginative use of instrumentation. Heitger, ...


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