Cab Calloway, Ernie Fields , Jimmy Hamilton - Tulsa To Harlem download mp3 album
Cab Calloway's Orchestra is heard in 1950 shortly before their breakup on four titles dominated by the leader's vocals (although the tenors of Sam "The Man" Taylor and Ike Quebec have brief spots). Duke t Jimmy Hamilton switches to tenor and heads a big band on two okay numbers (including "Tattooed Bride") from 1953. On the flip side the obscure Ernie Fields big band performs seven songs that are R&B-oriented; in the personnel are future Ellington members trombonist Booty Wood and altoist Geezil Minerve.
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Hamilton was born in Dillon, South Carolina, and grew up in Philadelphia. Having originally learnt to play piano and brass instruments, in the 1930s he started playing the latter in local bands, before switching to clarinet and saxophone. In 1939 he played with Lucky Millinder, Jimmy Mundy, and Bill Doggett, going on to join the Teddy Wilson sextet in 1940. After two years with Wilson, he played with Eddie Heywood and Yank Porter. In 1943 he replaced Barney Bigard in the Duke Ellington orchestra, and stayed with Ellington until 1968. 1 day. In A Sentimental Mood Jimmy Hamilton UK vinyl LP album record T189 WRC 1963.
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Cabell "Cab" Calloway III (December 25, 1907 – November 18, 1994) was an American jazz singer, dancer, and bandleader. He was associated with the Cotton Club in Harlem, New York City, where he was a regular performer. Calloway was a master of energetic scat singing and led one of the United States' most popular big bands from the start of the 1930s to the late 1940s
Cab Calloway and his Cotton Club Orchestra - The man from Harlem (1932). Harlem Camp Meeting (Remastered). Cab Calloway - Harlem Camp Meeting ( 1933 ). Harlem Camp Meeting. 1932 Cab Calloway - Harlem Holiday. Cab Calloway - Harlem Hospitality (1933 ). Next. You Dog - Cab Calloway And His Orchestra - Imperial 2743. Cab Calloway - Shot Gun Boogie (1949). Come On with the "Come On".
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|–Cab Calloway Orchestra*||Frosty Morning||2:36|
|–Jimmy Hamilton Orchestra*||Love Comes But Once||3:08|
|–Cab Calloway Orchestra*||Que Pasa Chica||2:32|
|–Cab Calloway Orchestra*||One More For The Road||3:21|
|–Cab Calloway Orchestra*||Shotgun Boogie||2:47|
|–Jimmy Hamilton Orchestra*||Tattooed Bride||3:51|
|–Ernie Fields Orchestra||Baritone Shuffle||2:39|
|–Ernie Fields Orchestra||"88"||2:55|
|–Ernie Fields Orchestra||T-Town Blues||2:35|
|–Ernie Fields Orchestra||Big Lou||2:26|
|–Ernie Fields Orchestra||Ride Mr. Trombone||2:29|
|–Ernie Fields Orchestra||Baby - Who's Baby Are You||2:47|
|–Ernie Fields Orchestra||T-Town Blues||2:34|
|DL-439||Cab Calloway, Ernie Fields , Jimmy Hamilton||Cab Calloway, Ernie Fields , Jimmy Hamilton - Tulsa To Harlem (LP, Comp, Mono)||Delmark Records||DL-439||US||1988|
|DC-439||Cab Calloway, Jimmy Hamilton, Ernie Fields||Cab Calloway, Jimmy Hamilton, Ernie Fields - Big Band Jazz: Tulsa To Harlem (Cass, Album)||Delmark Records||DC-439||US||Unknown|