Complete your John Levy collection. The original issue is from the legendary BBC's Gold Label series, celebrated for the high quality of sound production and post-production. The finest at its peak. This recording session of Classical Chinese music is one of the John Levy's ethnomusicological treasure whose archive is now part of the University of Edinburgh Library.
Recorded By, Liner Notes, Photography By – John Levy (2). Notes. Includes insert with liner notes. Released between 1970-1974. Other Versions (5 of 8) View All. Cat. Zither – Tsar Teh-yun (tracks: A2), Tsar Teh-yun (tracks: A3), Wu Chao-han (tracks: B2), Yang Sze-chak (tracks: B3). Zither – Chan Hon-kwong (tracks: A4).
Music from the T'ang, Sung, Yuan and Ming Dynasties (600-1600). Century City, CA address on labels & sleeve.
Complete your John Levy collection. John Levy (2). Chinese Buddhist Music (LP, Album). Chinese Buddhist Music (Cass, Album).
Matrix, Runout (Side A): LLST-7222-A (-2) 28-4 SON 2-7244T1/17-12-9.
John Levy (April 11, 1912 – January 20, 2012) was an African-American jazz double-bassist and businessman. Levy was born in New Orleans, Louisiana. In 1944, he left his family home in Chicago, Illinois, and moved to New York City where he played bass for such renowned jazz musicians as Ben Webster, Erroll Garner, Milt Jackson, and Billie Holiday. In 1949, he became the bassist in the original George Shearing Quintet, where he also acted as Shearing's road manager.
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