Track listing: A1 St. Louis Blues A2 Fine Idea A3 Drumboogie B1 Perdido B2 Stardust B3 Please Don’t Talk About Me When I’m Gone Personnel: Gene Krupa – drums Teddy Napoleon – piano Charlie Ventura [More]
“Gene Krupa – Krupa Rocks This original mono LP record was released on Verve Records as MG V-8276 in 1958.The record has the Verve Deep Groove black label with silver print and the Trumpeter logo [More]
“Body and Soul” is a popular song and jazz standard written in 1930 with music by Johnny Green and lyrics by Edward Heyman, Robert Sour and Frank Eyton. Personnel: Teddy Wilson – piano Gene Krupa [More]
Irving Mills was a music publisher and owner of Mills Music with his brother Jack. He also was a singer, songwriter, A&R man and manager of several bands that included Cab Calloway, Benny Carter, Fletcher [More]
00:00 – Gene Krupa & Anita O’Day – Let Me Off Uptown 03:04 – Glenn Miller – Chattanooga Choo Choo 06:29 – Woody Herman – The Good Earth 09:04 – Count Basie – One O’Clock [More]
Presenting Gene Krupa, his drums and his orchestra featuring the great Irene Daye on vocals. 1. Ta-Ra-Ra-Room-Der-E 0:57 2. Bluebirds In The Moonlight 3:31 3. This Changing World 6:13 4. Foo For Two 10:47 5. [More]
Track listing: Don´t Be That Way 0:00 How High the Moon 3:33 Sing, Sing, Sing 8:18 Love For Sale 18:25 Booted 21:14 This Can´t Be Love 26:18 Harmonica-Shu Boogie 29:29 September Song 32:30 Personnel: Eddie [More]
Track listing: A1 Makin’ Whoopee 0:00 A2 All Of Me 6:40 A3 Sleepy Lagoon 13:40 B1 Little White Lies 19:06 B2 Strike Up Band 26:01 B3 Bach’s Blues 32:08 tracks A1, A2, B2, B3 recorded [More]
In 1961, shortly after filming the television special Chicago and All That Jazz (hosted by Gary Moore and featuring brief appearances by many of the alumni of the 1920s Chicago jazz scene), Eddie Condon had [More]
Gerry Mulligan was only 19 in 1946 when he joined Gene Krupa’s band, playing a bit of alto and tenor sax, but primarily serving as an arranger. But the Verve LP Gene Krupa Plays Gerry [More]