Nii-lante Augustus Kwamlah Quaye
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Cab Kaye
Informations générales
Surnom Cab Kaye
Naissance
Camden
Décès (à 78 ans)
Amsterdam
Années actives 1936–1996

Nii-lante Augustus Kwamlah Quaye, plus connu sous le nom de Cab Kaye, né le à Camden et mort le à Amsterdam, est un chanteur et musicien de jazz, de blues et de bebop anglais et néerlandais d'origine ghanéenne.

Il est le père de Caleb Quaye, Terri Quaye (en) et Finley Quaye.

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  • Billy Cotton and his band- - CAR-4150-1 / Regal Zonophone MR2189
    • "Shoe-Shine boy" - Cab Quay (chants)
  • Billy Cotton (en) et son orchestre - A Nice Cup of Tea; Volume 2 - enregistrement 1936-1941 (1CD0198188 BD5 VOCALION - nouvelle sortie - Vocalion CDEA 6053)
    • "A Little Bit Later On" - Cab Quay (voix)
  • Keith Bird & The Esquire Six - (Eng. Esquire m-7-96 - Esquire I0-046---5s. 9d.) - Keith Bird (cl), Tommy Pollard (vib), Ralph Sharon (en) (p), Dave Goldberg (g), Charlie Short (b) et Carlo Krahmer (d)
  • Cab Kaye and his Band - (Astraschall AW4001 & AWAW4005, Germany) - Dave Wilkins (tp), Sam Walker, George Tyndale (ts), Cyril Johnson (p), Owen Stephens (b) and Aubrey Henry (d).


  • Cab Kaye acc. by the Norman Burns Quintet - (Esquire 5-079) - Johnnie Ashcombe (vib), Basil Tait (p), Len Williams (g), Bert Daniels (b) and Norman Burns (d).
  • Cab Kaye with the Ken Moule Seven - (Esquire 10-406 (UK) 6S. sid.) - Cab Kaye (voix, conga), Dave Usden (trompette), Keith Barr (saxophone ténor), Roy Sidwell (saxophone tenor ), Don Cooper (saxophone bariton), Ken Moule (en) (piano), Arthur Watts (basse) and Lennie Breslow (batterie).
    • "Jelly Jelly Blues"
    • "When I Hear That Conga Drum"
  • Kwamlah Quaye Sextetto Africana - 1962 Melodisc - Cab Kaye (voix & guitare), Laurie Deniz (guitare), Chris O'Brien (basse), Frank Holder (bongo), Chris Ajilo (claves).
    • "Son of Africa" (DA 2159)
    • "Don't You Go Away" (DA 2158)
  • Kwamlah Quaye Sextetto Africana - 1962 Melodisc - Cab Kaye (voix & conga), Laurie Deniz (bas), Chris O'Brien (bas), Frank Holder (bongo's), Chris Ajilo (claves).
    • "Don’t You Go Away"
    • "Everything Is Go"
  • Lou van Rees presenteert: The album of the year' - 1982 - (Philips 6624 061) - Live recording
    • "Harlem Cabaret" (potpourri - "Lulu's Back in Town", "Your Wig Is Gone", "Poppity poppity pop")
  • Cab Kaye 'live'- The Key - (Keytone, Amsterdam) - Live recorded in Cab Kaye's Jazz Pianobar in Amsterdam
  • Cab Kaye - The Consul of Swing - Victoria Blues - - (The Studio production, 140386 ) - Cab Kaye (voix/Piano)
  • Cab Kaye in Iceland - - (Icelandic national radio) - Cab Kaye (voix/piano), Gunnar Hrafnsson (basse), Gudmundur Steingrimsson (batterie)
    • "I've Got Someone"
    • "Laughing at Life"
    • "Obrigado"
    • "Lady Bird"
    • "Empty Bed Blues"
    • "Cab's Blues"
    • "That jam in Love"
    • "52nd Street (I remember Eroll)"
    • "Farewell"
  • Cab Kaye in Iceland & Africa on Ice - - (Icelandic national radio)
    • "Son of Africa"
    • "Ah kwili wa ba"
    • "Mete U.T.C."
    • "Mim smo bo"
    • "Iceblue"
  • Billy Cotton & His Band - Things I Love About the 40's - - Additional Releases 2000
    • "Shoe Shine Boy" - Cab Quay (voix)
  • Ginger Johnson & Friends - London Is The Place For Me, volume 4 – 2006 (new compilation of 1950s) - Honest Jon's Records - HJRLP 25 36728
    • "Don't You Go Away"
    • "Everything Is Go"
  • Billy Cotton & His Band - Wakey Wakey! - (Living Era)
    • "Shoe Shine Boy" - Cab Quay (voix)