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Alix Combelle

Alix Combelle

born on 15/6/1912 in Paris, Île-de-France, France

died on 2/3/1978 in Mantes, Île-de-France, France

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Alix Combelle

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Alix Combelle (15 June 1912 – 26 February 1978[1]) was a French swing jazz tenor saxophonist, clarinetist and bandleader, born in and performing in Paris for most of his life.

He was well known on the Continental Jazz scene of Europe, active mostly in the 1930s and 1940s. He performed or featured in his bands such musicians as Arthur Briggs, Ray Ventura and Michel Warlop, among others. During the 1940s his popularity eased off somewhat, though he did perform with some American musicians at the time, such as Jonah Jones and Buck Clayton.[2]

Discography

Album Year Label
Alix Combelle 1935-1940 1935—1940 Classics
Alix Combelle 1940-1941 1940—1941 Classics
Alix Combelle 1942-1943 1942—1943 Classics
The Swinging Mister Alix: 1937-1942 1937—1942 Epm Musique
Django Reinhardt Album Year Label
Rare Django 1928—1938 Disques Swing
Freddy Johnson Album Year Label
Freddy Johnson 1933-1939 1933—1939 Classics
Coleman Hawkins Album Year Label
Coleman Hawkins 1934-1937 1934—1937 Classics
The Hawk in Europe 1934—1937 ASV/Living Era
Coleman Hawkins 1937-1939 1937—1939 Classics
Bill Coleman Album Year Label
Bill Coleman 1936-1938 1936—1938 Classics
Bill Coleman in Paris 1936—1938 Disques Swing
Benny Carter Album Year Label
Benny Carter 1937-1939 1937—1939 Classics
Buck Clayton Album Year Label
Buck Clayton in Paris 1949—1953 Vogue Records
Lionel Hampton Album Year Label
The Complete Paris Session (1953) 1953 Vogue Records
Lionel Hampton in Paris 1953 Everest Records
Stan Kenton Album Year Label
In Paris September 1953 1953 Royal Jazz
Adelaide Hall Album Year Label
Crooning Blackbird 1927—1939 EPM Musique
Jean Sablon Album Year Label
French Swinging Troubadour 1934—1939 EPM Musique
Michel Warlop Album Year Label
Modernistic 1933/1943 1933/1943 EPM Musique
Stephane Grappelli Album Year Label
Fit as a Fiddle 1933/1947 EPM Musique
Georges Ulmer Album Year Label
Pigalle 1998 EPM Musique
Charles Trénet Album Year Label
La Mer 1935—1950 ASV/Living Era
Oscar Alemán Album Year Label
Buenos Aires-Paris: 1928-1943 1928—1943 Fremeaux & Associes
Danny Polo Album Year Label
The Complete Sets 1935—1939 Retrieval Records

References

  1. ^ fr:Alix Combelle
  2. ^ Yanow, Scott. "Alix Combelle Biography". Allmusic.com. Retrieved 2007-06-25. 
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