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  1. Piano – Don Kirkpatrick (4), Earl Hines, Fats Waller, Fletcher Henderson, Frank Signorelli, Horace Henderson, Nicholas Rodriguez, Todd Rhodes; Tenor Saxophone – Joe Garland, Robert Carroll; Tenor Saxophone, Vocals – George Thomas

    • 7
    • CD, Compilation, Reissue, Mono
    • UK
    • ASV-CD AJA 5110, Living Era-CD AJA 5110
  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Don_RedmanDon Redman - Wikipedia

    Career In 1923, Redman joined the Fletcher Henderson orchestra, mostly playing clarinet and saxophones. [3] He began writing arrangements, and Redman did much to formulate the sound that was to become swing. A trademark of Redman's arrangements was the band playing harmony under written solos.

  3. Doin' what I please Authors: Don Redman (Performer), Fletcher Henderson (Performer), Louis Armstrong (Performer), Fletcher Henderson's Orchestra (Performer), McKinney's Cotton Pickers (Performer), Don Redman Orchestra (Performer) Music CD, No Linguistic Content, ℗1993 Publisher: ASV, London, ℗1993 Show more information Location not available

  4. Fletcher Henderson originally did Whiteman Stomp, One of These Days, I'm Coming, Virginia, My Pretty Girl and other songs. Fletcher Henderson wrote Send Me to the Electric Chair, Jazzbo Brown from Memphis Town and Down South Camp Meetin'.

    • December 18, 1897
    • December 28, 1952
  5. Listen to Greatest Hits on Spotify. Fletcher Henderson · Compilation · 2009 · 39 songs.

  6. Discover Doin' What I Please by Don Redman & His Orchestra released in 1994. Find album reviews, track lists, credits, awards and more at AllMusic.

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