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Jimmie Lunceford And His Band - What Is This Thing Called Swing? 1939 - to '42 download mp3 album

Jimmie Lunceford And His Band - What Is This Thing Called Swing? 1939 - to '42 download mp3 album
Performer:
Jimmie Lunceford And His Band
Album:
What Is This Thing Called Swing? 1939 - to '42
Style:
Big Band
Released:
1977
FLAC vers. size:
1327 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1428 mb
WMA vers. size:
1259 mb
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Lunceford was born in Fulton, Mississippi. Little is known about his parents, though his father was a choirmaster in Warren, Ohio, before the family moved to Denver. Lunceford went to high school in Denver and studied music under Wilberforce J. Whiteman, father of Paul Whiteman, whose band was soon to acquire a national reputation. As a child in Denver, he learned several instruments.

Big Band Sweet Bands Swing. January 3, 1939 - September 14, 1939. Boisterous Cheerful Elegant Exuberant Joyous Refined Sophisticated. Jimmie Lunceford & His Orchestra. Baby, Won't You Please Come Home," "What Is This Thing Called Swing," a classic rendition of "Ain't She Sweet," "Well, All Right Then" and "Belgium Stomp" are among the more memorable selections on this CD which also has a few typically inferior Dan Grissom ballad vocals. Swing fans will want all of these CDs even if they do not include Lunceford's alternate takes.

18. What Is This Thing Called Swing? (alternate take). Put It Away 41. I'm Alone With You 42. Rock It For Me 43. I'm In An Awful Mood 44.

Artist: Jimmie Lunceford & His Orchestra. Album: We Love to Dance. Jimmie Lunceford & His Orchestra, Jimmie Lunceford Orchestra - Organ Grinder& Swing Jimmie Lunceford Greatest Hits, 2011 02:37. Artist: Jimmie Lunceford & His Orchestra.

Artist: Jimmie Lunceford. Album: Legends of the Big Band Era, 2014. The Past Perfect Channel expertly remasters music from the 1920s, 30s, 40s and 50s. French Music, Retro Music, Saxophone Music, Italian Music, Jazz Music, Swing Band Music, Morning Music, Piano and Guitar Music, Music while Cooking, Christmas Music, Background Music, Holiday Music, Big Bands, Dance Bands, Love Songs, Tea Dances, Vintage Parties, Murder Mystery Events, Ballroom Dancing, War Re-enactment Events, Nostalgic Songs.

Жанр: Big Band, Swing Годы издания: 1990-1996 Годы записей: 1930-1945 Аудиокодек: MP3 Тип рипа: tracks Битрейт аудио: 160/320 kbps Продолжительность: 9:08:44 Источник: lossless & web Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи: да. Jimmie Lunceford And His Orchestra - 1930-1934 {The Chronological Classics, 501} . Easter Parade (2:42) 12. Ain't She Sweet? (2:29) 13.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 The Lonesome Road
Vocals – Trummy Young
A2 What Is This Thing Called Swing
Vocals – Joe Thomas
A3 Mandy
A4 Easter Parade
Vocals – Trummy Young
A5 White Heat
A6 Sassin' The Boss
Vocals – Willie Smith
A7 I Used To Love You
Vocals – Joe Thomas
A8 Think Of Me
Vocals – Trummy Young
B1 Liza
B2 Pretty Eyes
Vocals – Dan Grissom
B3 It's Time To Jump And Shout
B4 Chopin's Prelude #7
B5 Whatcha Know, Joe?
Vocals – Trummy Young
B6 Blue Prelude
Vocals – Dan Grissom
B7 When The Swallows Come Back To Capistrano
Vocals – Dan Grissom

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sunbeam Records, Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Sunbeam Records, Inc.

Credits

  • Alto Saxophone – Dan Grissom, Ted Buckner*, Willie Smith
  • Baritone Saxophone – Earl Carruthers
  • Bass – Moses Allen
  • Drums – James Crawford*
  • Guitar – Al Norris
  • Piano – Ed Wilcox*
  • Tenor Saxophone – Joe Thomas
  • Trombone – Elmer Crumbley, Russell Bowles, Trummy Young
  • Trumpet – Eddie Tompkins, Paul Webster, Sy Oliver