Bud Freeman

Lawrence Freeman

Also known as B. Freeman, Ben Freman, Bud Freeman & His Famous Chicagoans, Freeman, J. Freeman, Lawrence "Bud" Freeman, Lawrence «Bud» Freeman, Lawrence Freeman
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bud_Freeman

Discography of Bud Freeman:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Bud Freeman 12 Audio 1976 AMIGA
2 Two Beautiful 12 Audio 1983 Circle Records (19)
3 Buck & Bud 11 Audio 1976 Flying Dutchman
4 Planet Jazz 14 Audio 1998 RCA Victor
5 Bud And His Buddies 9 Audio 1975 DSC Production
6 Dixieland Jazz 12 Audio 1957 Waldorf Record Corp.
7 Newport Jazz Festival All Stars 7 Audio 1960 London Records
8 Europa Jazz 12 Audio 1981 Europa Jazz
9 I Grandi Del Jazz 8 Audio 1982 Fabbri Editori
10 I Giganti Del Jazz Vol. 34 12 Audio Curcio
11 Superbud 12 Audio 1974 77 Records
12 Something Tender 12 Audio 1963 United Artists Jazz
13 Bud Freeman And His All Star Jazz 10 Audio 1957 Harmony (4)
14 I Giganti Del Jazz Vol. 29 10 Audio 1981 Curcio
15 Live At Louisiana Jazz Club Genova 9 Audio 1982 For Discriminate Collector
16 Milan, May 24th 10 Audio 1975 Carosello
17 Midnight Session 10 Audio 1960 DOT Records
18 Two Guitars And A Horn 12 Audio 1983
19 Bud Freeman Esq 12 Audio 1966 Fontana
20 Swing Classics 15 Audio 1969 Prestige
21 Bud Freeman 11 Audio 1955 Bethlehem Records
22 Chicago 8 Audio
23 The Test Of Time 11 Audio 1988 BCD
24 Chicagoans In New York 18 Audio Dawn Club
25 Dixieland Jubilee 22 Audio 1975 Wea International
26 The Bud Freeman Group 12 Audio Stere-O-Craft
27 The Test Of Time 11 Audio 1977 Bethlehem Records
28 Satin Doll 8 Audio 1980 All Life
29 Newport Jazz Festival All Stars 7 Audio 1960 Atlantic
30 Bud's Birthday 11 Audio 1975 Philips
31 Los Grandes Del Jazz 34 12 Audio 1981 Sarpe
32 Chicago 8 Audio Black Lion Records
33 Home Cooking 16 Audio Tax
34 In Concert: Vol. 2 At Carnegie Hall 12 Audio World Jazz Records
35 Bud Freeman With Bob Barnard's Jazz Band 11 Audio 1976 Swaggie Records
36 Saturday Night Fish Fry 6 Audio 1962
37 Bud Freeman Esq 12 Audio 1966 Fontana
38 Pops 9 Audio 1980 Phoenix 10
39 Saturday Night Fish Fry 6 Audio Fontana
40 Three's No Crowd 16 Audio 1979 Commodore
41 Jazz Vignettes 8 Audio Mercury
42 The Compleat Bud Freeman 12 Audio 1969 Parlophone
43 Jazz Giants 9 Audio Curcio
44 Song Of The Tenor 12 Audio 1975 Philips
45 Last Night When We Were Young 12 Audio 1978 Black Lion Records
46 Jack Hits The Road 45 Audio History


Lawrence "Bud" Freeman (April 13, 1906 in Chicago, Illinois - March 15, 1991 in Chicago) was a U.S. jazz musician, bandleader, and composer, known mainly for playing the tenor saxophone, but also played the clarinet. He was one of the most influential and important jazz tenor saxophonists of the Big Band era.


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