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Earl Hines

(December 28th 1903 - April 22nd 1983)

A pianist and bandleader from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania who is often cited as the 'Fatha' of modern jazz piano. He began his professional career at age seventeen performing and touring with Lois Deppe's "Symphonian Serenaders".


'Fatha' Hines Explains (29:06)

A Monday Date (3:12)

Beau Koo Jack (Unissued) (2:57)

Caution Blues (3:02)

Chicago Breakdown (3:56)

Chicago Rhythm (2:55)

Congaine (2:43)

Don't Jive Me (2:49)

Every Evening (I Miss You) (2:36)

Everybody Loves My Baby (3:18)

Fifty-Seven Varieties (3:15)

Glad Rag Doll (3:02)

Have You Ever Felt That Way? (3:09)

I Ain't Got Nobody (3:07)

I Know That You Know (3:06)

Knee Drops (3:28)

Love is Just Around the Corner (3:24)

Melancholy (3:21)

Save It Pretty Mama (3:26)

Sweet Ella May (2:39)

Sweet Lorraine (3:16)

You Can Depend On Me (2:13)

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