Duke Ellington And His Famous Orchestra / Benny Goodman And His Orchestra - The Golden Big Band Era FLAC album
Title: The Golden Big Band Era
Style: Big Band
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The Benny Goodman Orchestra's 1940 version includes an influential guitar solo by Charlie Christian. Charlie Parker recorded the tune several times, first in 1940 as part of the Jay McShann Orchestra. Parker's interpretation was influenced by Lester Young, and the saxophonist even included quotations from Young in his later recordings . Leo Reisman and His Orchestra was the first to take the song to the pop charts in 1929, followed by several artists including Bill Robinson, Gene Austin and Louis Armstrong. At the intermission of Hot Chocolates at the Hudson Theatre, Armstrong made his Broadway debut playing a trumpet solo on the song . Tin Pan Alley: An Encyclopedia of the Golden Age of American Song. Taylor & Francis.
Benny Goodman Sextet. Bill Bailey Won't You Please Come Home. Vocals – Maria MarshallWritten-By – Cannon. A4. –Benny Goodman And His Orchestra. Written-By – Caesar, Youmans. A5. –The Benny Goodman Quintet. A6. Written-By – M. Powell. A7. A8. B1. Benny Goodman And His Orchestra. 1960-1967 ERA (LP, Comp, RE). Musidisc, Musidisc.
1 The Benny Goodman Orchestra. Additional performers. If such a concert were to take place, then Goodman would be the first jazz bandleader to perform at Carnegie Hall. He gave up several dates and insisted on holding rehearsals inside Carnegie Hall to familiarize the band with the lively acoustics.
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This mid-priced triple-CD box (originally five separate LPs) contains 64 tracks recorded by Ellington and his band for radio broadcast between March 28, 1946 and June 10, 1947. This was a period in which the Ellington band was, if anything, underrecorded; he'd ended his longtime stay on RCA-Victor and was moving to Musicraft and then on to Columbia, and the move between labels left Ellington less well represented in the studio than he might otherwise have been with a long-term contract. Lawrence Brown, Duke Ellington.
Duke Ellington And His Orchestra –The Uwis Suite Loco Madi. Duke Ellington & His Famous Orchestra –Rockin' in Rhythm. Duke Ellington & His Famous Orchestra –Rock Skippin' at the Blue Note. Duke Ellington & His Orchestra –The Twitch. Duke Ellington & His Famous Orchestra –Echoes of Harlem.
Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra – The C Jam Blues. Duke Ellington – Carnegie Blues. Adelaine Hall, Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra – I Must Have That Man. 3:58. Duke Ellington & His Orchestra – Creole Love Call.
|A1||–Duke Ellington And His Famous Orchestra*||Prelude To A Kiss||2:59|
|A2||–Duke Ellington And His Famous Orchestra*||Satin Doll||2:54|
|A3||–Duke Ellington And His Famous Orchestra*||Caravan||4:23|
|A4||–Duke Ellington And His Famous Orchestra*||Flamingo||3:39|
|A5||–Duke Ellington And His Famous Orchestra*||In A Sentimental Mood||2:26|
|A6||–Duke Ellington And His Famous Orchestra*||Black And Tan Fantasy||5:07|
|B1||–Benny Goodman And His Orchestra||Let's Dance||2:12|
|B2||–Benny Goodman And His Orchestra||Jumpin' At The Woodside||3:28|
|B3||–Benny Goodman And His Orchestra||Stompin' At The Savoy||3:17|
|B4||–Benny Goodman And His Orchestra||Somebody Stole My Gal||3:25|
|B5||–Benny Goodman And His Orchestra||Air Mail Special||3:36|
|B6||–Benny Goodman And His Orchestra||Jersey Bounce||3:07|