Jools Holland's Rhythm and Blues Orchestra (also known as Jools Holland and his Rhythm and Blues Orchestra) is a rhythm and blues band led by boogie-woogie pianist Jools Holland. Holland formed the band in 1994. The current 20-piece band consists of piano, organ, drums, female vocals, electric guitar, bass guitar, alto saxophones, tenor saxophones, baritone saxophones, trumpets, and trombones. Jools Holland - piano, guitar, vocals. Ruby Turner - vocals. Louise Marshall - vocals.
Jools Holland - World Of His Own Scans booklet 8-. pg booklet 6-. pg booklet 4-. pg booklet 2-. pg back. 14. Town And Country Rhythm And Blues. 07. Nobody But Yo. p3. 10. Oranges And Lemons Again. 03. Will It Go Round In Circles. 22. What Would I Do Without Yo. 13. Back O' Town Blues. 06. The Hand That Changed IT's Mind.
Traveling Blues (3:20) 12. 13 Bar Boogie 'n' B Natural (2:20) 13. Jump For Joy (4:21).
Then he helped create the modern swing craze when Jools Holland and his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra released The Full Compliment album in 1991. Valley Entertainment is proud to present a compilation of his UK swing albums simply titled The Swing Album. The songs on this CD come from the . with Jools Holland TV show on BBC America. Jools was also seen in the .
Listen to music from Jools Holland & His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra like Get Away Jordan (with Ruby Turner), Blue Guitar & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Jools Holland & His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra. Julian Miles Holland, OBE (born 24 January 1958) is a British pianist, bandleader, television presenter, architectural eccentric and pop music enthusiast.
Jools Holland And His Rhythm And Blues Orchestra – The Seventh Sacrament. Jools Holland And His Rhythm And Blues Orchestra – Panic Attack.
Hanging Out Late Night Feeling Blue Reflection Pool Party. Jools Holland, Jools Holland & His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra. The Golden Age of Song. Outside of these cuts, this is pretty standard fare: Holland plays the boogie-woogie, his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra jumps, and the singers all acquit themselves nicely, sticking to the text, always performing with skill and sometimes spirit. Despite all this, The Golden Age of Song feels pretty similar to any other Jools Holland record you could name - and he's had a ton of them in the last decade - but he's a reliable entertainer, so if you've ever been pleased with him in the past you'll be satisfied with him once again.