Edmond Hall



Edmond Hall

Rating
Active
1920 to 1967
Born
May 15, 1901 in St. John the Baptist Parish
Died
February 11, 1967
Location
New Orleans, Louisiana, United States
Genres
Blues
Biography
Edmond Hall (May 15, 1901 – February 11, 1967) was an American jazz clarinetist and bandleader. Over his long career Hall worked extensively with many top performers as both a sideman and bandleader and is perhaps best known for the 1941 chamber jazz song "Profoundly Blue," which is regarded as a pre-World War II jazz classic.

Top Songs by Edmond Hall


Rose Room

by Edmond Hall & Jørn Jensen Trio

Albums, Releases & Mixtapes


Profoundly Blue

Profoundly Blue

Edmond Hall September 4, 2016

19 Tracks

Joe The Bomber

Joe The Bomber

Edmond Hall August 12, 2016

19 Tracks

The Best

The Best

Edmond Hall February 19, 2016

19 Tracks

One of the best Musicians ever

One of the best Musicians ever

Edmond Hall February 5, 2016

19 Tracks

Famous Jazz Instrumentalists

Famous Jazz Instrumentalists

Edmond Hall September 5, 2014

20 Tracks

Top 40 Classics - The Very Best of Edmond Hall

Top 40 Classics - The Very Best of Edmond Hall

Edmond Hall August 15, 2014

40 Tracks

The One and Only: Edmond Hall (Remastered)

The One and Only: Edmond Hall (Remastered)

Edmond Hall April 17, 2014

20 Tracks

One Of The Greatest Musicians Of All Times

One Of The Greatest Musicians Of All Times

Edmond Hall February 18, 2014

19 Tracks

Canal Street Blues

Canal Street Blues

Edmond Hall December 20, 2013

22 Tracks

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