Album ” The Count Basie Story ” Disc 2 Count Basie and His Orchestra: EdLewis, Shad Collins, Buck Clayton, Harry Edison (tp); Dicky Wells, Benny Morton, Dan Minor (tb); Earl Warren (as); Lester Young, Chu [More]
1947 – Empire Musicwerks – Grieg / Reinhardt
Duke Ellington – Satin Doll (1962) In the early 1960’s the Goodyear Tire Company commisioned 5 short jazz films. The programs were originally filmed in 35 mm negative. The sound was recorded in professional stereo. Presenting [More]
Duke Ellington and his Orchestra – Take The A Train (1962) In the early 1960’s the Goodyear Tire Company commisioned 5 short jazz films. The programs were originally filmed in 35 mm negative. The sound [More]
“Perdido” is a jazz standard composed by Juan Tizol and was first recorded on December 3, 1941 by Duke Ellington. “Perdido” is Spanish and simply means lost, but also sloppy or indecent. The song refers to [More]
Benny Goodman and his Orchestra – And the Angels Sing One of the greatest recordings of the Big Band era, “And the Angels Sing”, was recorded by Benny Goodman and his Orchestra on February 1, 1939. [More]
“Tangerine” ~ Jimmy Dorsey & his Orchestra w/ Bob Eberly & Helen O’Connell (1941) Decca #4123 – The flip side of, “Everything I Love” – Recorded on December 10, 1941 in New York City, New [More]
Woody Herman and His Orchestra – Four Brothers (1947) “Four Brothers” (1947) is a jazz standard composed by Jimmy Giuffre and performed by the Woody Herman Orchestra. The song features four saxes (three tenors and [More]
Louis Armstrong – trumpet, vocal Mack The Knife (Live 1956)
Benny Goodman Orchestra “Sing, Sing, Sing” Gene Krupa – Drums from “Hollywood Hotel” film (1937)