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Lionel Hampton / Sonny Dunham / Ray McKinley / Seger Ellis / George Paxton / Ted Straeter - The Greatest Recordings Of The Big Band Era album download

Performer:

Lionel Hampton

Title:

The Greatest Recordings Of The Big Band Era

Genre:

Jazz

MP3 album size:

1363 mb

Other music formats:

MOD ASF VOC AA AUD AU MPC

Rating:

4.5 ✱

Style:

Big Band

Date of release:

1983

Lionel Hampton / Sonny Dunham / Ray McKinley / Seger Ellis / George Paxton / Ted Straeter - The Greatest Recordings Of The Big Band Era album download

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A1 Lionel Hampton And His Orchestra Nola
A2 Lionel Hampton And His Orchestra Flying Home
A3 Lionel Hampton And His Orchestra Loose Wig
A4 Lionel Hampton And His Orchestra Hamp's Boogie Woogie
A5 Lionel Hampton And His Orchestra Hey-Ba-Ba-Re-Bop
Vocals – Curly Hammer*, Lionel Hampton
B1 Lionel Hampton And His Orchestra Air Mail Special
B2 Lionel Hampton And His Orchestra Reminiscing Mood
B3 Lionel Hampton And His Orchestra Midnight Sun
B4 Sonny Dunham And His Orchestra Memories Of You
B5 Sonny Dunham And His Orchestra Deliver Me To Tennessee
C1 Ray McKinley And His Orchestra Howdy, Friends
Vocals – Ray McKinley
C2 Ray McKinley And His Orchestra Hangover Square
C3 Ray McKinley And His Orchestra Down The Road A Piece
Vocals – Ray McKinley
C4 Ray McKinley And His Orchestra The Seventh Veil
C5 Ray McKinley And His Orchestra Hard-Hearted Hannah
Vocals – Ray McKinley
C6 Ray McKinley And His Orchestra Carioca
D1 Seger Ellis And His Orchestra A Room With A View
Vocals – Seger Ellis
D2 Seger Ellis And His Orchestra When It's Sleepy Time Down South
Vocals – Irene Taylor
D3 George Paxton & His Orchestra Clear Out Of This World
Vocals – Alan Dale
D4 George Paxton & His Orchestra I'm Coming, Virginia
D5 Ted Straeter And His Orchestra I Could Write A Book
Vocals – Ted Straeter
D6 Ted Straeter And His Orchestra Now

Sonny Dunham And His Orchestra. Memories Of You. B5. –Sonny Dunham And His Orchestra. Deliver Me To Tennessee. C1. –Ray McKinley And His Orchestra. Vocals – Ray McKinley. C2. C3. Down The Road A Piece. C4. C5. Vocals – Ted Straeter. D6. –Ted Straeter And His Orchestra. Now. Recommendations.

Lionel Leo Hampton (April 20, 1908 – August 31, 2002) was an American jazz vibraphonist, pianist, percussionist, and bandleader. Hampton worked with jazz musicians from Teddy Wilson, Benny Goodman, and Buddy Rich to Charlie Parker, Charles Mingus, and Quincy Jones. In 1992, he was inducted into the Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame, and was awarded the National Medal of Arts in 1996.

Sonny Dunham And His Orchestra. Ted Straeter And His Orchestra. I Could Write A Book. Related music: Lionel Hampton And His Orchestra - The Lamplighter, Tempo's Boogie. Album's title: The Greatest Recordings Of The Big Band Era. Genre: Jazz.

Lionel Hampton, Sonny Dunham, Ray McKinley, Seger Ellis, George Paxton, Ted Str?ter. Personnel : Lionel Hampton & his orchestra, Sonny Dunham & his orchestra, Ray McKinley & his orchestra. Page 2: Lionel Hampton & his orchestra, Sonny Dunham & his orchestra. The other issues of this collection you can find under "THE GREAT RECORDINGS OF THE BIG BAND ERA". Genre: JazzArtist: The BandDuration: LP. 2LP CLAUDE THORNHILL/T. Pastor - The Great Recordings Of The Big Band Era 41/42. Claude Thornhill - vol. 1, Tony pastor, Mitchell Ayres. Personnel : Claude Thornhill & his orchestra -Vol. 1, Tony Pastor & his orchestra, Mitchell Ayres & his orchestra.

The Franklin Mint Record Society The Greatest Recordings Of The Big Band Era Archive Collection Each set comes with a description booklet with info and pictures too! This is a true collectors i. .Each of the following boxed record sets contain 2 records in perfect condition. 1) 5/6 Vaughn Monroe, Boyd Raeburn, Larry Clinton, Gus Arnheim 2) 7/8 Duke Ellington - VOL. 1 ('20s and '30s), Frankie Carle, Bob Chester 3) 55/56 Duke Ellington- VOL. 2, Jack Teagarden/ George hall/ Irving Aaronson 4) 99/100 Duke ellington- VOL. 3, Bob Wills/ George Olsen/ Al Donahue 5) 27/28 Artie Shaw VOL. 1, Dizzy Gillespie/ Roger.

George Kawaguchi Big Two. Submit Corrections. With Respect: Remembering Aretha Franklin. Biography by Scott Yanow. Lionel Hampton In Concert with an All-Star Band.

Lionel Hampton began his career playing drums for the Chicago Defender Newsboys' Band (led by Major N. Clark Smith) while still a teenager in Chicago. He moved to California in 1927 or 1928, playing drums for the Dixieland Blues-Blowers. He made his recording debut with The Quality Serenaders led by Paul Howard, then left for Culver City and drummed for the Les Hite band at Sebastian's Cotton Club. NOTE: there is also a 5CD box of the complete Verve recordings of Hampton's quartets and quintets with Peterson, as well as a number of other compilations.

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