Title: George Kelly Band
Format: MP3 FLAC VOX VQF APE AA DXD AHX MMF
FLAC size: 1363 mb | MP3 size: 1310 mb | WMA size: 1154 mb
Streaming + Download. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. 1. George Kelly FT Andre Espeut - Let Me Prove (HP Vince Remix) 04:46. George Kelly - Uptempo Cruise (Vaudafunk Balearic Remix) 09:07. 5. George Kelly FT Andre Espeut & BnC - Bright Lights (Jayl Funk Remix) 02:53. 6. George Kelly FT Andre Espeut & BnC - Bright Lights (Diesler Remix) 04:41. 7. George Kelly FT Andre Espeut & BnC - Bright Lights (Diesler Instrumental) 04:38. el Owner George Kelly aka DJ Butcher. Expect to hear anything from jazz,funk,hip hop and disco all the way to house,electro and big beats.
George Kelly (4). Profile: American jazz saxophonist (tenor), arranger and bandleader.
With a deep passion about good music across many styles that outputs both in his DJ sets and record labels he has earned respect and managed to establish his labels and own productions on the bestselling charts of Juno and Beatport charts.
George Kelly (July 31, 1915 – May 24, 1998) was an American jazz tenor saxophonist and arranger born in Miami, Florida. Panama Francis was a sideman in Kelly's band in the 1930s; Kelly played in Francis's Savoy Sultans band in the 1970s, and had played in Al Cooper's band of the same name in the 1940s. Additionally, Kelly led his own bands and worked with other jazz artists such as Tiny Grimes, Rex Stewart and Cozy Cole.
George Alexander Kelly, originator of personal construct theory of personality, was born on farm near Perth Kansas. He was the only child of Elfleda Merriam Kelly and Theodore Vincent Kelly. Kelly's father trained for the Presbyterian ministry but gave that up and moved to the farm soon after wedding Kelly's mother. When Kelly was four, his family moved to Eastern Colorado to make a claim on land given to settlers for free by the U. S. government. Because no water could be located beneath the land, the family moved back to the Kansas farm
NotesProduced by Gordon Thomas New York City.
Recorded at Variety Sound NY
Engineer David Lescoe
Vocals - Ralph Sawyer and Julia Steele
There are too few records by George Kelly on the market,
so this one should receive a warm welcome.