The Jonah Jones Quartet – A Touch of Blue Vinyl LP - T-1405

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The Jonah Jones Quartet – A Touch of Blue Vinyl LP - T-1405

Label: Capitol Records – T 1405, Capitol Records – T-1405
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Mono
Country: US
Released: 1960
Genre: Jazz, Blues

Tracklist:

A1 So Blue 1:58
Written-By – DeSylva-Brown-Henderson*
A2 It's A Blue World 2:07
Written-By – Chet Forrest, Bob Wright*
A3 I Get The Blues When It Rains 1:46
Written-By – Harry Stoddard, Marcy Klauber
A4 Blues In My Heart 2:44
Written-By – King Carter*, Irving Mills
A5 Blue, Turning Grey Over You 1:54
Written-By – Andy Razaf, Thomas Waller
A6 A Touch Of Blue 2:10
Written-By – Jonah Jones, S. Watts*

B1 Blue (And Broken Hearted) 1:30
Written-By – Leslie*, Clarke*, Handman*
B2 Blue Champagne 2:46
Written-By – Frank Ryerson, Grady Watts
B3 Birth Of The Blues 2:36
Written-By – Henderson-DeSylva-Brown*
B4 Dust Bowl Blues 2:46
Written-By – Buster Harding, Jonah Jones
B5 Blue Danube Rock 1:56
Written-By – Buster Harding
B6 Blue Skies 2:36
Written-By – Irving Berlin

Jonah Jones (born Robert Elliott Jones; December 31, 1909 – April 29, 2000) was a jazz trumpeter who created concise versions of jazz and swing and jazz standards that appealed to a mass audience. In the jazz community, he is known for his work with Stuff Smith. He was sometimes referred to as "King Louis II", a reference to Louis Armstrong. Jones started playing alto saxophone at the age of 12 in the Booker T. Washington Community Center band in Louisville, Kentucky, before quickly transitioning to trumpet, where he excelled.
-Source: Wikipedia