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Various - Odeon Swing Music Series Vol. 6 album

Various - Odeon Swing Music Series Vol. 6 album Performer: Various
Title: Odeon Swing Music Series Vol. 6
Style: Swing
Size MP3: 1655 mb
Size FLAC: 1554 mb
Rating: 4.2
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ries – Vol. 6. 형식: Vinyl, LP, Compilation. A1 recorded Los Angeles, December 23, 1930 A2 recorded Los Angeles, October 16, 1930 A3 recorded Los Angeles, December 23, 1930 A4 recorded New York, December 10, 1930 A5 recorded New York, November 12, 1930 A5 recorded Chicago, December 9, 1928 B1 recorded New York, November 7, 1930 B2 recorded New York, December 3, 1930. B3 recorded New York, December 6, 1930 B4 recorded New York, Mai 1, 1930 B5 recorded Los Angeles, August 19, 1930 B6 recorded New York, January 24, 1930.

The term Various Artists is used in the record industry when numerous singers and musicians collaborate on a song or collection of songs. fm, compilation album tracks appear under the name of Various Artists erroneously because the individual artist is not listed in the album's ID3 information.

Odeon Swing Music Series Vol. Label: Odeon. Cat No: 054-06 307. Various Jazz. Plays the big band greats'. The paper labels are in excellent condition. The original picture sleeve is in very good condition.

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Album · 2014 · 10 Songs. Orientation Vo. Various Artists. Listen on Apple Music.

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A1 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra The Peanut Vendor
Alto Saxophone – Marvin JohnsonAlto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Leader – Les HiteBanjo, Guitar – Bill Perkins Bass – Joe BaileyDrums – Lionel HamptonPiano – Jimmie Prince*Tenor Saxophone – Charlie Jones Trombone – Luther "Sonny" CravenTrumpet – George Orendorf*, Harold ScottTrumpet, Vocals – Louis Armstrong
3:29
A2 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra You're Lucky To Me
Alto Saxophone – Marvin JohnsonAlto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Leader – Les HiteBanjo, Guitar – Bill Perkins Bass – Joe BaileyDrums – Lionel HamptonPiano – Jimmie Prince*Tenor Saxophone – Charlie Jones Trombone – Luther "Sonny" CravenTrumpet – George Orendorf*, Harold ScottTrumpet, Vocals – Louis Armstrong
3:26
A3 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra You're Driving Me Crazy
Alto Saxophone – Marvin JohnsonAlto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Leader – Les HiteBanjo, Guitar – Bill Perkins Bass – Joe BaileyDrums – Lionel HamptonPiano – Jimmie Prince*Tenor Saxophone – Charlie Jones Trombone – Luther "Sonny" CravenTrumpet – George Orendorf*, Harold ScottTrumpet, Vocals – Louis Armstrong
3:06
A4 The Harlem Footwarmers Mood Indigo
Arranged By – Duke EllingtonBanjo – Fred GuyBass – Wellman BraudClarinet – Barney BigardDrums – Sonny GreerPiano, Leader – Duke EllingtonTrombone – Joe "Tricky Sam" Nanton*Trumpet – Arthur Whetsol
3:08
A5 Joe Venuti's Blue Four Sweet Sue - Just You
Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Jimmy DorseyGuitar – Eddie LangPiano – Frank SignorelliViolin, Leader – Joe Venuti
2:49
A6 Earl Hines Caution Blues
Piano – Earl Hines
2:54
B1 The Dorsey Brothers New Dynamiks* But I Can't Make A Man
Alto Saxophone – Arnold BrilhartClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Jimmy DorseyDrums – Stan KingGuitar – Eddie LangLeader – Tommy DorseyPiano – Arthur SchuttTenor Saxophone – Bud FreemanTrombone – Glenn Miller, Tommy DorseyTrumpet – Bill More*, Charlie Margulis, Louis "King" GarciaTuba – Henry P. "Hank" Stern*Vocals – Harold "Scrappy" Lambert, Wesley Vaughan*
2:55
B2 The Chocolate Dandies Goodby Blues
Bass, Tuba – John KirbyClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Vocals – Benny CarterGuitar – Benny JacksonPiano – Horace HendersonTenor Saxophone – Coleman HawkinsTrombone, Vocals – Jimmy Harrison
3:20
B3 O.K. Rhythm Kings Casa Loma Stomp
Alto Saxophone, Leader – Glen GrayArranged By – Gene Gifford*Banjo, Guitar – Gene Gifford*Bass – Stanley DennisDrums – Tony BrigliaPiano – Joe "Horse" Hall*Trombone – Russell "Billy" Rauch*Trombone, Vocals – Walter "Pee Wee" Hunt*Trumpet – Bobby Lee Jones, Frank Martinez, Joe HostetterTuba – Stanley DennisViolin – Mel Jenssen
3:18
B4 Jack Purvis And His Orchestra When You Are Feeling Blue
Arranged By – Jack PurvisBass Saxophone – Adrian RolliniDrums – Charlie KegleyGuitar – Will Johnson Piano – Frank FroebaTenor Saxophone – Greely WaltonTrombone – Jay C. Higginbotham*Trumpet, Leader – Jack Purvis
3:12
B5 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Confessing
Alto Saxophone – Marshall RoyalAlto Saxophone, Leader – Fletcher "Skeets" Herford*Banjo, Guitar – Ceele BurkeDrums – Lionel HamptonPiano – Harvey O. Brooks*Tenor Saxophone – William FranzTrombone – Country Allen, Lawrence BrownTrumpet – Andrew Blakeney, George Orendorf*Trumpet, Vocals – Louis ArmstrongTuba – Reginald Jones
3:22
B6 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra Song Of The Islands
Alto Saxophone – Charlie HolmesBass – Pops FosterClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Albert NicholasDrums – Paul BarbarinGuitar – Will Johnson Piano, Leader – Luis RussellTenor Saxophone – Teddy HillTrombone – Jay C. Higginbotham*Trumpet – Henry Allen*, Otis JohnsonTrumpet, Vocals – Louis Armstrong
3:30

Notes

A1 recorded Los Angeles, December 23, 1930
A2 recorded Los Angeles, October 16, 1930
A3 recorded Los Angeles, December 23, 1930
A4 recorded New York, December 10, 1930
A5 recorded New York, November 12, 1930
A5 recorded Chicago, December 9, 1928
B1 recorded New York, November 7, 1930
B2 recorded New York, December 3, 1930
B3 recorded New York, December 6, 1930
B4 recorded New York, Mai 1, 1930
B5 recorded Los Angeles, August 19, 1930
B6 recorded New York, January 24, 1930