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Thomas Joseph "Tommy" Gumina (May 20, 1931 in Milwaukee – October 28, 2013) was an American jazz accordionist and musical instrument builder. Gumina began playing accordion at age eleven, and took lessons on the instrument in Chicago throughout the second half of the 1940s. He began working with Harry James on television in 1952 as an accompanist for popular tunes, and in 1955 Gumina began working on his own, both solo and with an ensemble.
is a exotica music album recording by TOMMY GUMINA released in 1957 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. No release results found : showing artist results instead. The Virtuoso Accordion Decca.
HI-FI ACCORDION (DECCA DL-) After a couple of singles on Columbia with Harry James and a handful of singles for 2 of his own labels (Century and Continental), Tommy Gumina was signed to Decca Records and made his first long-player as a leader. The LP had a generous 14 tracks compared to the usual 12 which was industry standard at the time.
Tommy Gumina - Hi-Fi Accordion. Tommy Dorsey Record Collection Album Covers Catalog.
Jazz accordionist Tommy Gumina is such an artist. When it comes to the accordion, Gumina's modifications and amplification development are on a par with Les Paul's guitar inventions and his polytonal voicings and advanced harmonics, though distinctly different, match in instrumental significance those of pianist Bill Evans. Gumina came from the hotbed of second-generation American accordionists who grew up in ethnic '40s Middle America where the accordion was a staple. Selected Discography. Tommy Gumina, Hi-Fi Accordion (Decca, 1957). Buddy DeFranco, Pacific Standard (Swingin') Time! (Decca, 1960).
In Person/The Hi-Fi Sounds of Harry James. Honey West (Original Television Soundtrack). Volume II. Sue Raney. Main Personnel, Accordion. Mercury Records Jazz Story.
A limited number of items are shown. Performed by Tommy Gumina, accordion ; with rhythm accompaniment. Title from disc label. Popular music arranged for accordion with rhythm accompaniment. Program notes on container. Forms part of: Wisconsin Music Archives.