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Various - Dr. Jazz Collection - Rythme - Place De Brouckère - Swing Und Hot Aus Belgien Und Holland (1939 Bis 1945) FLAC album


Performer: Various
Genre: Jazz
Title: Dr. Jazz Collection - Rythme - Place De Brouckère - Swing Und Hot Aus Belgien Und Holland (1939 Bis 1945)
Released: 2001
Style: Gypsy Jazz, Swing
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Ensemble – Albert De Cock Und Sein Orchester Leader – Albert De Cock. Tracks 15 and 21: Fud Candrix used the name of his former singer Tony Young to make his recordings for Rythme as he was still under contract with Telefunken. Label Code: LC 02582. Other (ISBN): 3-89795-993-3.

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Place de Brouckere - Django Reinhardt Grand Orchestra. 2. Tout atout - Stan Brenders Orchestra. 3. Vol sans escale - Albert de Cock Orchestra. College Swing - Klaas van Beeck Dance Orchestra. 15. Promenade II (arr. F. Candrix) - Tony Young Dance Orchestra.

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1 Django Reinhardt + Fud Candrix Place De Brouckère
Alto Saxophone – Bobby Naret, Lou LogistBass – Emmanuel SoudieuxDrums – André JourdanEnsemble [1] – Django Reinhardt Et Son Grand Orchestre*Ensemble [2] – Fud Candrix Et Son OrchestreGuitar – Eugène VéesGuitar, Soloist – Django ReinhardtPiano – Ivon De BieTenor Saxophone – Benny Pauwels, Fud Candrix, Victor "Vic" Ingeveldt*Trombone – Lou Melon*, Nick Frerar*Trumpet – Janot Morales, Luc Devroye*, Maurice Giegas
2:49
2 Stan Brenders Tout Atout
Alto Saxophone – Jo Magis, Louis BillenBaritone Saxophone – Arthur SaguetBass – Arthur PeetersClarinet – Arthur Saguet, Jo Magis, Louis BillenDrums – Josse AertsEnsemble – Stan Brenders Und Sein Orchester*Guitar – Jim VanderjeughtLeader – Stan BrendersPiano – John OuwerxTenor Saxophone – Arthur Saguet, Jack Demany, Jeff van HeerswingelsTrombone – Jean Damm, Sus Van CampTrumpet – George Clais*, Paul D'Hondt, Raymond Chantrain
2:53
3 Albert De Cock Vol Sans Escale
Ensemble – Albert De Cock Und Sein Orchester*Leader – Albert De Cock
2:40
4 Theo Uden Masman Liza Likes Nobody
Ensemble – Het Remblers Dansorkest*Leader – Theo Uden MasmanVocals – Marcel Thielemans
3:18
5 Jean Omer Sing High, Sing Low, Sing It Like You Want
Clarinet – Jean OmerDrums – Leopold Serluppens*Ensemble – Jean Omer Et Son Orchestre Jazz*Guitar – Mike EngelenHarmonica [Mouth] – Max GeldrayLeader – Jean OmerPiano – Rudy BruderViolin – Unknown ArtistVocals – Anny Xhoffleer
2:56
6 Ernst Van T'Hoff* Not A Star In Sight
Ensemble – Ernst Van T'Hoff Und Sein Orchester*
2:56
7 Fud Candrix Midnight Boogie
Alto Saxophone – Harry Frekin*, Jacques KriekelsBass – Jean DelakantClarinet – Harry Frekin*, Jacques KriekelsDrums – Josse AertsEnsemble – Fud Candrix And His Orchestra*Guitar – Frank EngelenPiano – Raoul SpitaelsTenor Saxophone – Fud Candrix, Harry Frekin*, Jacques KriekelsTrumpet – Georges Clais*
2:53
8 Hubert Rostaing Mohican
Alto Saxophone – Jo Magis, Louis BillenBaritone Saxophone – Arthur SaguetBass – Arthur PeetersClarinet – Hubert RostaingDrums – Josse AertsEnsemble – Stan Brenders Et Son Orchestre De Dance*Guitar – Jim VanderjeughtLeader – Stan BrendersPiano – John OuwerxTenor Saxophone – Arthur Saguet, Jack Demany, Jeff Van HeerswingelsTrombone – Jean Damm, Sus Van CampTrumpet – Georges Clais, Paul D'Hondt, Raymond ChantrainViolin – Emile Deltour, Jean Douillez, Walter Féron
3:01
9 Eddie Tower* Who Stole The Tiger's Rug?
Bass – Arthur PeetersCello – René HoceletClarinet – Arthur Saguet, Jo Magis, Louis BillenDrums – Léo SerluppensEnsemble – Eddie Tower and his Dixieland-Formation*Guitar – Chas DolneLeader – Eddie Tower*Piano – Armand CourtoisTrombone – Jean Damm, Louis MelonTrumpet – Louis Melon, Raymond Chantrain, Robert De KersViolin – Eddie Tower*, Freddy Deprez, Jean Douillez, Oury Van AchterVocals – Gladys WarlandXylophone – Léo Serluppens
3:04
10 Theo Uden Masman Rien N'a Pu Me Échaper
Ensemble – Het Remblers Dansorkest*Leader – Theo Uden MasmanVocals – Marcel Thielemans
2:20
11 Jeff De Boeck Opus 1
Alto Saxophone – Victor "Vic" Bayens*Bass – Roger PeignyClarinet – Victor "Vic" Bayens*, Victor "Vic" Ingeveldt*Drums – Jeff De BoeckEnsemble – International's Dance OrchesterGuitar – Jean DouchampsLeader – Jeff De BoeckPiano – Gus DeloofTenor Saxophone – Victor "Vic" Ingeveldt*Trombone – Albert BrynkhuisenTrumpet – Janot MoralesVocals – Martha Love
2:30
12 Django Reinhardt Blues En Mineur
Piano – Ivon De BieViolin, Soloist – Django Reinhardt
2:49
13 Fud Candrix Anticipate That Rhythm
Alto Saxophone – Bobby Naret, Jo MagisBass – Gene KempfClarinet – Lou LogistDrums – Jeff De BoeckEnsemble – Fud Candrix Und Sein Großes Tanzorchester*Guitar – André Mersch*Piano – Coco Colignon*Tenor Saxophone – Fud Candrix, Lou LogistTrombone – Louis Melon, Nick FrérarTrumpet – Gus Deloof, Lucien Devroye, Roger DoneuxViolin – Fud CandrixVocals – Jane Miller
2:41
14 Klaas Van Beeck College Swing
Ensemble – Klaas Van Beeck Und Sein Orchester*
2:32
15 Tony Young Promenade II
Alto Saxophone – Benny Pauwels, Bobby NaretBass – Gene KempfClarinet – Benny Pauwels, Bobby Naret, Victor "Vic" Ingeveldt*Drums – Jeff De BoeckEnsemble – Tony Young et son Grand Orchestre de Danse*Guitar – André Mersch*Piano – Ivon De BieTenor Saxophone – Fud Candrix, Victor "Vic" Ingeveldt*Trombone – Louis Melon, Nick FrérarTrumpet – Janot Morales, Lucien Devroye, Maurice Giegas
2:46
16 Jean Omer Schicksal
Alto Saxophone – Henri Melderez, Henri Van Coile, Henri Van Melderen, Jean OmerArranged By – Frank Engelen, Jean Omer, Peter PackayBaritone Saxophone – Henri Melderez, Henri Van MelderenBass – Jean DelahautClarinet – Henri Melderez, Henri Van Coile, Henri Van Melderen, Jean OmerDrums – Gaston BogaertEnsemble – Jean Omer Und Sein OrchesterGuitar – Frank EngelenPiano – Rudy BruderTenor Saxophone – Jean Robert, Joseph ClarkxTrombone – Henri Vandenbossche*, Josse Beeckmans, Roger SquinquelTrumpet – Eugène Vanderborght*, Fernand Debray, Georges Clais, Louis Dehaes*
17 Ernst Van T'Hoff* Rumba F.T.
Ensemble – Ernst Van T'Hoff Und Sein Orchester*
18 Fud Candrix Back Room
Accordion – Lou LogistAlto Saxophone – Jacques Kriekels, Pol BevernageBaritone Saxophone – Jacques Kriekels, Pol BevernageBass – Jean DelahautClarinet – Lou LogistDrums – Josse AertsEnsemble – Fud Candrix Und Sein Orchester*Guitar – Frank EngelenPiano – Raoul SpitaelsTenor Saxophone – Fud Candrix, Lou LogistTrumpet – Georges Clais
3:07
19 Gus Deloof Crazy Rhythm
Ensemble – Gus Deloof Und Sein Orchester
2:42
20 Eddie Tower* You Took Advantage Of Me
Bass – Arthur PeetersCello – René HoceletClarinet – Arthur Saguet, Jo Magis, Louis BillenDrums – Léo SerluppensEnsemble – Eddie Tower and his Dixieland-Formation*Guitar – Chas DolneLeader – Eddie Tower*Piano – Armand CourtoisTrombone – Jean Damm, Louis MelonTrumpet – Louis Melon, Raymond Chantrain, Robert De KersViolin – Eddie Tower*, Freddy Deprez, Jean Douillez, Oury Van AchterVocals – Gladys WarlandXylophone – Léo Serluppens
3:18
21 Tony Young Radoteuse
Alto Saxophone – Benny Pauwels, Bobby NaretBass – Gene KempfClarinet – Benny Pauwels, Bobby Naret, Victor "Vic" Ingeveldt*Drums – Jeff De BoeckEnsemble – Tony Young et son Grand Orchestre de Danse*Guitar – André Mersch*Piano – Ivon De BieTenor Saxophone – Fud Candrix, Victor "Vic" Ingeveldt*Trombone – Louis Melon, Nick FrérarTrumpet – Janot Morales, Lucien Devroye, Maurice Giegas
2:22
22 Django Reinhardt Bei Dir War Es Immer So Schön
Alto Saxophone – Bobby Naret, Lou LogistBass – Emmanuel SoudieuxDrums – André JourdanEnsemble [1] – Django Reinhardt Et Son Grand Orchestre*Ensemble [2] – Fud Candrix Et Son OrchestreGuitar – Eugène VéesGuitar, Soloist – Django ReinhardtPiano – Ivon De BieTenor Saxophone – Benny Pauwels, Fud Candrix, Victor "Vic" Ingeveldt*Trombone – Lou Melon*, Nic Frerar*Trumpet – Janot Morales, Lu Devroye*, Maurice Giegas
3:03

Notes

Recording locations and dates:
1: Brussels, April 16, 1942
2: Brussels, June 1943 Or 04.10.1943
3: Brussels, March 1942
4: Den Haag, 1939
5: Brussel, 1940
6: Den Haag, Juni 1941
7: Brussels, April 24, 1947
8: Brussels, May 8, 1942
9: Brussels, May 1, 1941
10: -
11: Brussels, June 5, 1945
12: Brussels, April 16, 1942
13: Brussels, Novembre 21, 1940
14: -
15: Brussels, February 5, 1943
16: Brussels, May 1942
17: Den Haag, Juni 1941
18: Brussels, November 12, 1946
19: Holland, (Den Haag?), 1940
20: Brussels, Mai 1, 1941
21: Brussels, February 5, 1943
22: Brussels, April 16, 1942

Tracks 15 and 21: Fud Candrix used the name of his former singer Tony Young to make his recordings for Rythme as he was still under contract with Telefunken.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Label Code: LC 02582
  • Other (ISBN): 3-89795-993-3