Bill Harris And His Orchestra Featuring Chubby Jackson Orchestra Conducted By Ralph Burns - Bill Harris Herd download mp3 album
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Bill Harris, Ralph Burns, Woody Herman, Woody Herman & His Orchestra - Bijou 03:23. Album: This Is Jazz Bill Harris, Chubby Jackson, Flip Phillips, Margie Hyams, Neal Hefti, Ralph Burns, Woody Herman: best 2 tracks. Chuck Sagle, Neal Hefti - Playboy's Theme Chuck Sagle and Neal Hefti Orchestras. Splendor in the Brass, Jazz Pops, 2013 04:04. Dean Elliot, Neal Hefti - Main Title (College Confidential) College Confidential. Original Jazz Compositions by Dean Elliot, Synanon. Music Composed, Arranged and Conducted by Neal Hefti, 2013 03:24
Bass – Chubby Jackson Conductor – Ralph Burns Photography By – Herman Leonard Supervised By – Norman Granz Trombone – Bill Harris. Yellow label with black print, trumpet player logo. Bill Harris And His Orchestra Featuring Chubby Jackson Orchestra Verve Conducted By Ralph Burns - Records Bill Harris Herd (LP, Album, Mono, RE). Category Country Year POJJ-1583 Japan 1994.
Burns worked with numerous other musicians. Stan Getz was featured as a tenor saxophone soloist on "Early Autumn", a huge hit for the band and the launching platform for Getz's solo career. Burns also worked in a small band with soloists including Bill Harris and Charlie Ventura. The success of the Herman band provided Burns the ability to record under his own name in the 1950s. In the 1950s Burns played nightly from 5pm -9pm in The Baroque Room at Oscar's Delmonico restaurant in Downtown Manhattan. Burns was responsible for the arrangement and introduction of a string orchestra on two of Ray Charles's biggest hits, "Come Rain or Come Shine" and "Georgia on My Mind". In the 1990s, Burns arranged music for Mel Tormé, John Pizzarelli, Michael Feinstein and Tony Bennett.
The album included the following session artists: Bass. Photography By. Herman Leonard. Supervised By. Norman Granz. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Tracklist of Bill Harris And His Orchestra, Chubby Jackson, Ralph Burns on this page
Chubby Jackson And His Orchestra. Howard McGhee, trumpet; Bill Harris, trombone; Flip Phillips, tenor sax; Ralph Burns, piano; Billy Bauer, guitar; Chubby Jackson, bass; Dave Tough, drums. NYC, January 10, 1945. Willie Smith And His Orchestra. Billy May, trumpet, arranger; Murray McEachern, trombone; Willie Smith, alto sax; Arnold Ross, piano; Les Paul, guitar; Ed Mihelich, bass; Nick Fatool, drums. Los Angeles, CA, May 2, 1945.
CJ: His cymbals to a C. He had a special cymbal for tenor when Flip would play, he had another cymbal on that same cymbal with Bill Harris, he had an ensemble cymbal, you know the one with the nuts and bolts in it. He'd taken it all out but one. And he'd make like he was cutting a piece of pie, and it didn't have that, but it had First note, one-two - four. I said you know I've been playing all these Ralph Burns things, Neil Hefti. I said look at this bass part. He came on, this little guy, and went, "von-two-three-four. He let every one of us play what we felt. I mean like Bill Harris. You like playing it that way? Go ahead.
|A1||Bill Not Phil|
|B4||Jive At Five|
|B6||Sue Loves Mabel|
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|MG N-1062||Bill Harris And His Orchestra Featuring Chubby Jackson , Orchestra Conducted By Ralph Burns||Bill Harris And His Orchestra Featuring Chubby Jackson , Orchestra Conducted By Ralph Burns - Bill Harris Herd (LP, Mono)||Norgran Records||MG N-1062||US||1956|