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Graeme Bell & His Australian Jazz Band

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b. 7 Sept 1914, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Early within the 40s, Bell performed piano in regional jazz groups along with his trumpet-playing sibling, Roger Bell. Furthermore to playing jazz, he was among the leading promoters from the music in Australia. He was significantly responsible for creating a jazz pursuing in the united states and by the past due 40s he got his music group to the united kingdom, where he happy the local picture, thanks partly to his plan of encouraging teenagers to dance to his music. By the end from the 40s he shaped his personal recording business, Swaggie, and both after that and through the 50s toured internationally. Bell also brought American jazz celebrities to Australia, included in this Rex Stewart, with whom he broadcast (a 1949 display becoming captured on record). He continuing his tireless advertising of jazz by carrying out and by several other activities through the entire 70s and in to the early 80s. Direct and easy, the rings Bell led had been filled with enthusiastic and cheerful music artists, included in this Ade Monsbourgh, John Sangster and Dave Dallwitz. Bell’s musical plan was in a way that, in keeping with Britain’s Chris Barber, he was hardly ever content just to rehash materials from original resources. Rather, he stamped it along with his very own style, composing and organizing with skill and integrity inside the format of a normal band.

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Full Name Graeme Bell
Music Songs Big Chief Battle Axe, Czechoslovak Journey, At a Georgia Camp Meeting, Play It a Long Time Papa, Black and White Rag, Sobbin' Blues, Mississippi Mud, Irish Black Bottom, My Baby Just Cares for Me, Fidgety Feet, Mobile Bay, Wolverine Blues, Old Miss Rag, Big Bear Stomp, Jumbuck Jamboree, Willie The Weeper, I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate, Maple Leaf Rag, Dallas Blues, Riverside Blues, Panama Rag, Walking Wenceslaus Square, When The Saints ..., Blue Tongue Blues, Smokey Mokes, Sister Kate, Get It Fixed, This One's for Eric, Ballin' The Jack, Just Gone, Muskrat Ramble, 'Tain't Watcha Do
Albums The Historical Prague & Paris Recordings, 1947-48, In Concert, Inside Jazz Down Under


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Composer

Composer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Once Around the Sun 2012
Dot and Keeto 1986
Dot and the Koala 1985
Fluteman 1982
Off on a Comet 1979 TV Movie
Moby-Dick 1977 TV Movie
Ivanhoe 1975 TV Movie
A Touch of Reverence 1974 TV Series
The Black Arrow 1973 TV Movie
Kidnapped 1973 TV Movie
Avengers of the Reef 1973
Catch Kandy 1973 TV Series
Around the World in Eighty Days 1972 TV Series 1972
Treasure Island 1971 TV Movie
The Legend of Robin Hood 1971 TV Movie
The Funky Phantom 1971 TV Series 1971
Marinetti 1969
One Man's Road 1967 Short
The Tribulations of Mr. Dupont Nomore 1967 Short

Music Department

Music Department

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Gentlemen of Titipu 1973 TV Movie music arranger
The Tribulations of Mr. Dupont Nomore 1967 Short musical director

Actor

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Dave's Place 1965 TV Series Dave's Place Group

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Sweet and Low 1959 TV Series Himself - Musician
The Skiffle Gang with Graeme Bell 1957 TV Movie Himself - Washboard player

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