Track listing: A1 With A Song In My Heart Vocals – Doris Day A2 These Foolish Things (Remind Me Of You) A3 When The Sun Comes Out A4 Embraceable You A5 Too Marvelous For Words [More]
“Warm Valley” (Duke Ellington). Duke Ellington and His Orchestra Johnny Hodges – alto saxophone ______________________ Recorded on October 17, 1940
For the First Time is a 1974 studio album by Count Basie, with bassist Ray Brown and drummer Louie Bellson. Throughout hіѕ саrееr, Count Basie was modest аbоut his оwn аbіlіtіеѕ as a ріаnіѕt, and [More]
“ … fine introduction to Williams’ iconic pianism” (Thom Jurek, AllMusic). Track listing: 00:00 A1 Titoros (Wild Bill Davis) 03:03 A2 They Can’t Take That Away From Me (George Gershwin) 06:04 A3 ‘Round About Midnight [More]
The Glenn Miller Carnegie Hall Concert is a live album by Glenn Miller and his Orchestra. It documents a live concert recorded in Carnegie Hall in 1939. The album was released by RCA Victor in [More]
Track listing: 1.) Medley 0:00 My Melancholy Baby Moon Love Stompin’ At The Savoy Blue Moon 2.) Medley 4:06 Long, Long Ago The Music Stopped The Dipsey Doodle Wabash Blues 3.) Medley 11:45 I Dream [More]
Scott Yanow, writing for Allmusic, notes that “Trumpeter Harry James is in good form … but every song on this set would have benefited from being twice as long”. Track listing: A1 The Sheik Of Araby [More]
“Why Don’t You Do Right?” (Joseph “Kansas Joe” McCoy). “Why Don’t You Do Right?” (originally recorded as “Weed Smoker’s Dream”) is an American blues- and jazz-influenced pop song written by Joseph “Kansas Joe” McCoy in [More]
Track listing: A1 Don’t Be That Way (Benny Goodman / Mitchell Parish / Edgar Sampson) 0:00 A2 What A Shuffle 2:34 A3 Blue Lou (rving Mills / Edgar Sampson) 5:27 A4 Go Harlem (James P. [More]
“Begin the Beguine” (Cole Porter). A Beguine was originally a Christian lay woman of the 13th or 14th century living in a religious community without formal vows, but in the creole of the Caribbean, especially [More]