Big Band Sweet Bands Swing. In The Mood With: Best Of The Big Band Era 1941.
SWING ERA 1939-1940 CD005. The big band era. Moonlight Big Band. 20 Best of Big Bands. BBC Big Band Orchestra. 16 Most Requested Songs: The 1940s, Vol. 1. Various Artists. Classic Sinatra: His Great Performances 1953-1960.
Best of the Big Bands. Big Band Magic: The Sound of the Fabulous Forties Audio CD. Take The "A" Train - Duke Ellington & His Famous Orchestra - Victor 27380 - 11 August 1941; 2. Chattanooga Choo Choo - Glenn Miller & His Orchestra with vocals by Tex Beneke & The Modernaires with Paula Kelly - Bluebird 11230 - 1 for 9 weeks fall of 1941; 3. Tangerine - Jimmy Dorsey & His Orch with vocals by Bob Eberly & Helen O'Connell - Decca 4123 - 1 for 6 weeks May.
Listen free to Various Artists – The Big Band Era (Vol 3) (Begin the Beguin, One O'Clock Jump and more). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. 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.
Исполнитель: Various Artists Название альбома: Great Vocalists Of The Big Band Era Год выпуска: 1978, 1979 Формат файлов: Mp3, 320 Размер архива: LP1-69 Mb, LP2-71 Mb, LP3-68 Mb, LP4-70 Mb, LP5-71 Mb, LP6-70 Mb Скачать с: rusfolder, depositfiles. 1000! Есть тысячный релиз (мой, естественно) на jazz-jazz. Rose Of The Rio Grande - Ivis Anderson, Duke Ellington 07. Lazy Bones - Mildred Bailey, The Dorsey Brothers 08. Booglie Wooglie Piggly, Doris Day, Les Brown 09.
Swing-era repertoire included the Great American Songbook of Tin Pan Alley standards, band originals, traditional jazz tunes such as the King Porter Stomp, with which the Goodman orchestra had a smash hit, and blues. Hot swing music is strongly associated with the jitterbug dancing that became a national craze accompanying the swing craze. Swing dancing originated in the late 1920s as the "Lindy Hop," and would later incorporate other styles including The Suzie Q, Truckin', Peckin' Jive, The Big Apple, and The Shag in various combinations of moves. The doo-wop vocal group The Marcels had a big hit with their lively version of the swing-era ballad Blue Moon. 1960s–2000: Big Band nostalgia and swing revival. In 2001 Robbie Williams's album Swing When You're Winning consisted mainly of popular swing covers. The album sold more than 7 million copies worldwide.
In the Roaring 20s, the burgeoning record industry attracted musicians to big American cities, and new bands such as McKinney’s Cotton Pickers could have strings of bestselling hits . But as America came out of the Depression, the public wanted musical entertainment; the big band era was about to begin. This coincided with a feeling, in jazz circles, that bigger was better.
|A1||–Freddy Martin And His Orchestra||Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No. 1|
|A2||–Glenn Miller And His Orchestra||Chattanooga Choo Choo|
|A3||–Wayne King And His Orchestra||Maria Elena|
|A4||–Artie Shaw And His Orchestra||Star Dust|
|B1||–Charlie Barnet And His Orchestra||I Hear A Rhapsody|
|B2||–Sammy Kaye And His Orchestra||Daddy|
|B3||–Xavier Cugat And His Waldorf-Astoria Orchestra||Perfidia|
|B4||–Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra||Look At Me Now|