Jazz Journal awarded his LPs of the year first and second in its overall poll and first, second and third in its piano category.
In the film, Hines said, "The way I like to play is that I'm an explorer, if I might use that expression, I'm looking for something all the time The Earl Hines Orchestra of had been infiltrated by the jazz revolutionaries.
He has a beautiful powerful rhythmic approach to the keyboard and his rhythms are more eccentric than those of Art Tatum or Fats Waller.
Finding places to eat or stay overnight entailed a constant struggle. It was a subtle use of syncopationplaying on the in-between beats or what I might call and beats: By the third chorus, he will have slid into a steady but implied beat and raised his volume.
Sometimes he will play chords that would have been written and played by five saxophones in harmony. She had a good voice and played the violin. Sometimes the Police used to come in They were the first piano recitals Hines had ever given; they caused a sensation.
Each section had its cell of insurgents. Ellington later said that "the seeds of bop were in Earl Hines's piano style".
Inhe signed with Brunswick and recorded with them through mid when he signed with Decca. Armstrong said of the difficulties, mainly over billing, "Hines and his ego, ego, ego His father, Joseph Hines, [nb 3] played cornet and was the leader of the Eureka Brass Band in Pittsburgh,  and his stepmother was a church organist.
Armstrong was by then on his way to becoming an American icon, leaving Hines to feel he was being used only as a sideman in comparison to his old friend. Earl Hines, his piano and his orchestra: Down Beat also elected him the world's "No. I had been divorced and she became my common-law wife.
His first piano solos were recorded late that year: The Hines band became the most broadcast band in America. Al [Capone] came in there one night and called the whole band and show together and said, "Now we want to let you know our position.
They had two daughters, Janear born and Tosca. Dizzy Gillespie said of the music the band evolved: Chicago years[ edit ] On December 28, his 25th birthday and six weeks before the Saint Valentine's Day Massacrethe always-immaculate Hines opened at Chicago's Grand Terrace Cafe leading his own big band, the pinnacle of jazz ambition at the time.
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