Various - The Definitive American Songbook - When Swing Was King album download
|1||–Louis Armstrong And Duke Ellington||It Don't Mean A Thing If It Ain't Got Swing|
|2||–Benny Goodman And His Orchestra||Bugle Call Rag|
|3||–The Nat King Cole Trio||Straighten Up And Fly Right|
|4||–Count Basie Orchestra||One O'Clock Jump|
|5||–Harry James And His Orchestra With Helen Forrest||I've Heard That Song Before|
|6||–Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra||I'm Getting Sentimental Over You|
|7||–Glenn Miller And His Orchestra||In The Mood|
|8||–The Moonrakers||Pennsylvania 6-5000|
|9||–Benny Goodman And His Orchestra With Peggy Lee||Why Don't You Do Right|
|10||–Duke Ellington And His Orchestra||Rockin' In Rhythm|
|11||–Louis Prima||Sing Sing Sing (With A Swing)|
|12||–Billy Butterfield And His Orchestra||Oh, Lady Be Good!|
|13||–Harry James And His Orchestra With Helen Forrest||I Cried For You (Now It's Your Turn To Cry Over Me)|
|14||–Stan Kenton And His Orchestra||Eager Beaver|
|15||–Artie Shaw And His Orchestra||Begin The Beguine|
|16||–Freddie Slack And His Orchestra With Ella Mae Morse, Johnny Mercer||Mister Five By Five|
|17||–Benny Goodman And His Orchestra||Stompin' At The Savoy|
|18||–Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington||Mood Indigo|
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1 –Louis Armstrong And Duke Ellington. 2 –Benny Goodman And His Orchestra 3 –The Nat King Cole Trio 4 –Count Basie Orchestra 5 –Harry James And His Orchestra With Helen Forrest 6 –Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra 7 –Glenn Miller And His Orchestra 8 –The Moonrakers 9 –Benny Goodman And His Orchestra With Peggy.
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 was sometimes regarded as light entertainment, more of an industry to sell records to the masses than a form of art, among fans of both jazz and "serious" music. Some jazz critics such as Hugues Panassié held the polyphonic improvisation of New Orleans jazz to be the pure form of jazz, with swing a form corrupted by regimentation and commercialism. 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.
Various - The Definitive American Songbook - When Swing Was King MP3 format RAR archive. 3. –The Nat King Cole Trio. Straighten Up And Fly Right. Whooliganz - Proposed Album. Acen - Trip II The Moon (Kaleidoscopiklimax). Nitro Deluxe - Let's Get Brutal.
traditional pop standards from the 1920s, '30s, '40s, and '50s, mostly written for Broadway musicals or Hollywood movies, and subsequently sung in nightclubs and on records .
The Great American Songbook, also known as "American Standards", is the canon of the most important and influential American popular songs and jazz standards from the early 20th century.
Almost Like Being In Love. The Best Of The Definitive American Songbook - Volume 1 (A-I) (CD, Comp, Club).
Great American Songbook: Ladies Of Song. The Best of the Definitive American Songbook, Vol. 1: A-I. Various Artists. This album set I found to be pretty decent for those who want to try some Classic American songs.
The Great American Songbook. This refers to the years approximately 1930-1960. Don't Stand a Ghost of a Chance with You", "Stella by Starlight", "Love Letters", "My Foolish Heart", "When I Fall in Love", "Around the World"). Intereses relacionados.
Recorded swing was mostly restricted to "race" markets, however, the pioneers of swing gained broader exposure through radio broadcasts and occasional tours. The Earl Hines Orchestra and the Duke Ellington Orchestra were broadcast nationally from the Grand Terrace Cafe in Chicago and the Cotton Club in New York. Swing-era repertoire included the Great American Songbook of Tin Pan Alley standards, band originals, traditional jazz tunes such as the Jelly Roll Morton composition King Porter Stomp, and blues. are making commercial use of Negro music in its various phases. That's why they introduced "swing" which is not a musical form. The Dixieland revival started in the late 1930s as a self-conscious re-creation of New Orleans jazz in reaction against the orchestrated style of big band swing. Some swing bandleaders saw opportunities in the Dixieland revival.