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Various - Big Band Memories / 1945-1969 FLAC album


Performer: Various
Genre: Jazz / Pop music / Stage and Screen
Title: Big Band Memories / 1945-1969
Country: US
Released: 1991
Style: Barbershop, Big Band
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1-1 So Rare
Band – Jimmy Dorsey And His Orchestra
1-2 On a Slow Boat to China
Band – Freddy MartinVocals – Glen Hughes, The Martin Men
1-3 The Hucklebuck
Band – Tommy DorseyTrumpet, Vocals – Charlie Shavers
1-4 There Must Be a Way
Band – Charlie SpivakVocals – Jimmy Saunders
1-5 Shoo Fly Pie and Apple Pan Dowdy
Band – Stan Kenton And His OrchestraVocals – June Christy
1-6 It Isn't Fair
Band – Sammy Kaye And His OrchestraVocals – Don Cornell
1-7 Hot Toddy
Band – Ralph Flanagan And His Orchestra
1-8 You Came a Long Way from St. Louis
Band – Ray McKinley And His OrchestraVocals – Ray McKinley
1-9 Someday (You'll Want Me to Want You)
Band – Vaughn Monroe And His OrchestraVocals – Vaughn Monroe And The Moon Men
1-10 I'm Looking Over a Four-Leaf Clover
Band – Russ Morgan And His OrchestraVocals – The Ames Brothers
1-11 Tea for Two Cha Cha
Band – Tommy Dorsey Orchestra*Trombone – Warren Covington
1-12 Night Train
Band – Buddy Morrow And His Orchestra
1-13 Gotta Be This or That
Band – Sammy Kaye And His OrchestraVocals – Nancy Norman, The Kaye Choir
1-14 The Lady from 29 Palms
Band – Freddy Martin And His OrchestraVocals – The Martin Men
1-15 Down by the Station
Band – Tommy Dorsey And His OrchestraVocals – Denny Dennis, Lucy Ann Polk, The Sentimentalists
1-16 How High the Moon
Band – Stan Kenton And His OrchestraVocals – June Christy
1-17 Cruising Down the River
Band – Russ Morgan And His OrchestraVocals – The Skylarks
1-18 Kokomo, Indiana
Band – Vaughn Monroe And His OrchestraVocals – The Moon Maids
1-19 Hong Kong Blues
Band – Tommy Dorsey And His OrchestraVocals – Skeets Herfurt
1-20 Civilization (Bongo, Bongo, Bongo)
Band – Louis Prima And His OrchestraVocals – Louis Prima and Ensemble
2-1 Sabre Dance Boogie
Band – Freddy Martin And His OrchestraPiano – Barclay Allen
2-2 Jealous Heart
Band – Jan Garber And His OrchestraVocals – Don Grabeau
2-3 I Wonder, I Wonder, I Wonder
Band – Guy Lombardo And His Royal CanadiansVocals – Don Rodney and Chorus
2-4 Nevertheless (I'm in Love with You)
Band – Ralph Flanagan And His OrchestraVocals – Harry Prime
2-5 Laura
Band – Stan Kenton And His OrchestraVocals – Stan Kenton Ensemble
2-6 Hoop-Dee-Doo
Band – Russ Morgan And His OrchestraVocals – Russ Morgan And The Morganaires
2-7 Bonaparte's Retreat
Band – Gene Krupa & His Chicago JazzVocals – Bobby Morgan and The Morganaires
2-8 Dragnet
Band – Ray Anthony & His Orchestra
2-9 Roses
Band – Sammy Kaye And His OrchestraVocals – Three Kaydets
2-10 June Night
Band – Jimmy Dorsey, His Orchestra & Chorus
2-11 Peter Gunn Theme
Band – Ray Anthony & His Orchestra
2-12 All My Love
Band – Guy Lombardo And His Royal CanadiansVocals – Billy Flanagan
2-13 Harbor Lights
Band – Guy Lombardo And His Royal CanadiansVocals – Kenny Gardner
2-14 Main Title from The Man with the Golden Arm
Band – Billy May And His Orchestra
2-15 Caravan
Band – Ralph Marterie And His Orchestra
2-16 Near You
Band – Alvino Rey And His OrchestraVocals – Jimmy Joyce
2-17 You Belong to My Heart
Band – Charlie Spivak And His OrchestraVocals – Jimmy Saunders
2-18 Anniversary Song
Band – Guy Lombardo And His Royal CanadiansVocals – Kenny Gardner
2-19 That's My Weakness Now
Band – Russ Morgan And His Orchestra
2-20 That's My Desire
Band – Sammy Kaye And His OrchestraVocals – Don Cornell, The Kaydets
2-21 Thinking of You
Band – Kay Kyser And His OrchestraVocals – Harry Babbitt
3-1 I Wish I Didn't Love You So
Band – Vaughn Monroe And His OrchestraVocals – The Moon Maids
3-2 Room Full of Roses
Band – Sammy Kaye And His OrchestraVocals – Don Cornell, Three Kaydets
3-3 The More I See You
Band – Tex Beneke And His OrchestraSaxophone – Tex Beneke
3-4 People
Band – Paul Weston And His OrchestraVocals – Jo Stafford
3-5 Count Every Star
Band – Ray Anthony & His OrchestraVocals – Dick Noel
3-6 I Left My Heart in San Francisco
Band – Glen Gray & The Casa Loma Orchestra
3-7 Baby, It's Cold Outside
Band – Sammy Kaye And His OrchestraVocals – Don Cornell, Laura Leslie
3-8 Little Green Apples
Band – Charlie Barnet And His Orchestra
3-9 Misty
Band – Duke Ellington And His Orchestra
3-10 Gigi
Band – Harry James And His Orchestra
3-11 For Once In My Life
Band – Freddy Martin And His Orchestra
3-12 Walk Right In
Band – Tex Beneke And His Orchestra
3-13 Windy
Band – Benny Goodman And His Orchestra
3-14 I Want to Hold Your Hand
Band – Les Brown And His Orchestra
3-15 Red Roses for a Blue Lady
Band – Vaughn Monroe And His Orchestra
3-16 A Lover's Concerto
Band – Freddy Martin And His Orchestra
3-17 Those Were the Days
Band – Shep Fields
3-18 Spinning Wheel
Band – Benny Goodman And His Orchestra
3-19 A Taste of Honey
Band – Duke Ellington And His Orchestra
4-1 Secret Love
Band – Ray Anthony & His OrchestraVocals – Tommy Mercer
4-2 Watch What Happens
Band – Benny Goodman And His Orchestra
4-3 Strangers In The Night
Band – Count Basie
4-4 The Aba Daba Honeymoon
Band – Freddy Martin And His OrchestraVocals – The Merv Griffin Ensemble
4-5 The Third Man Theme
Band – Alvino Rey And His Orchestra
4-6 Georgy Girl
Band – Bob Crosby And The Bob Cats
4-7 Alfie
Band – Duke Ellington And His Orchestra
4-8 Call Me Irresponsible
Band – Harry James And His OrchestraVocals – Helen Forrest
4-9 The Windmills of Your Mind
Band – Freddy Martin And His Orchestra
4-10 The Pink Panther Theme
Band – Les Brown And His Band Of Renown
4-11 Three Coins in the Fountain
Band – Harry James And His Orchestra
4-12 Hello, Dolly!
Band – Guy Lombardo And His Royal CanadiansVocals – Kenny Gardner , Lombardo Trio
4-13 I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face
Band – Tex Beneke And His OrchestraVocals – Ray Eberle
4-14 Baubles, Bangles and Beads
Band – Glen Gray & The Casa Loma OrchestraTrumpet – Jonah Jones
4-15 If Ever I Would Leave You
Band – Harry James And His OrchestraVocals – Gene Merlino
4-16 September Song
Band – Stan Kenton And His Orchestra
4-17 Tonight
Band – Tex Beneke And His Orchestra
4-18 The Stripper
Band – Billy May And His Orchestra
4-19 The Bunny Hop
Band – Ray Anthony & His OrchestraVocals – Marcie Miller, Tommy Mercer
4-20 Alley Cat
Band – Glen Gray & The Casa Loma Orchestra
4-21 Woody Woodpecker
Band – Kay Kyser And His OrchestraVocals – Gloria Wood, Harry Babbitt
4-22 The Varsity Drag
Band – Benny Goodman And His Orchestra
4-23 His Feet Too Big For De Bed
Band – Stan Kenton With June Christy
4-24 Powder Your Face with Sunshine (Smile! Smile! Smile!)
Band – Sammy Kaye And His OrchestraVocals – Three Kaydets

Notes

Four-CD set. Full title on cover: Big Band Memories/1945–1969

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Label Code: 233C

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
KRB-233/A1, KRB-233/A2, KRB-233/A3, KRB-233/A4 Various Big Band Memories ‎(4xCass, Album, Comp) The Reader's Digest Association, Inc., The Reader's Digest Association, Inc., The Reader's Digest Association, Inc., The Reader's Digest Association, Inc. KRB-233/A1, KRB-233/A2, KRB-233/A3, KRB-233/A4 US 1991