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Album: The Talent Of John Ouwerx
Released: 1978
Style: Swing
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Ouwerx grew up in Belguim at the turn of the 20th century, moving to New York City in the hot summer of 1925. Listeners in this era might have heard him playing organ at the Strand Palace, a regular gig despite green-card issues. He made history upon his return to Belguim four months later, performing the country's premiere of George Gershwin 's "Rhapsody in Blue. Through the late '20s, he performed in an ensemble entitled Bistrouille . and also lectured on the subject of jazz. In 1928, he toured the Netherlands, Switzerland, Italy, and even got as far as Egypt.

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John Ouwerx (8 March 1903 – 13 January 1983) was a Belgian jazz pianist and composer who in 1927 played the first European performance of George Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue. Retrieved 2018-04-01. Sylvie Godefroid, "Ouwerx", Nouvelle Biographie Nationale 11 (Brussels, 2012), pp. 303-304.

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Tracklist

A1 Dance Medley N°1
A2 Berceuse Pour Michel
A3 Dance Medley N°2
A4 Dance Medley N°3
A5 Tea For Two
B1 Dance Medley N°4
B2 Lover Come Bck To Me
B3 Dance Medley N°5
B4 Dance Medley N°6
B5 Dance Medley N°7

Credits

  • Bass – Roger Van Haverbeke
  • Drums – Robert Pernet
  • Piano – John Ouwerx

Notes

Initially released on SPHINX BF 1017 LP "At full liberty ... En Toute Liberte"
Recording : 15 November 1973