Paul Whiteman's Bouncing Brass - Rose Room / I've Found A New Baby album download
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Written-By – Art Hickman, Harry Williams
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Written-By – Jack Palmer , Spencer Williams
|A 82209||Paul Whiteman's Bouncing Brass||I've Found A New Baby / Rose Room (Shellac, 10")||Brunswick||A 82209||Germany||Unknown|
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Initial Songs: 1. Original. I've Found A New Baby. 1926 ). 44. Jimmy Johnson & Clarence Williams. 1939 ). Paul Whiteman's Bouncing Brass.
I've Found a New Baby", also known as "I Found a New Baby", is a popular song written by Jack Palmer and Spencer Williams. It was introduced by Clarence Williams' Blue Five in 1926 and has since been recorded by many artists, making it a popular jazz standard. Popular versions in 1926 were by Ted Lewis and by Ethel Waters. Bing Crosby recorded the song on September 5, 1945 with Eddie Heywood and Bobby Darin included the song in his album Winners (1960).
18 scores found for "I've found a new baby". 1 scores found for "I've found a new baby". ALL INSTRUMENTATIONS Piano, Vocal and Guitar (33) Lyrics and Chords (15) Melody line, Lyrics and Cho. 10) C Instruments (9) Clarinet (5) Piano solo (5) Voice, Guitar (4) Guitar (4) Bass Clef Instruments (3) Guitar notes and tablatures (3) High voice (2) Bb Instruments (2) Eb Instruments (2) Fake Book (2) Flute (2) Alto Saxophone (1) Low voice (1) Melody line, Piano (1) Paroles Et Accords (1) Ukulele (1).
I’ve Found a New Baby is included in the repertoire of almost every traditional jazz band. The lyrics speak of a happy fellow who has fallen hard for a pretty girl. Henry Martin Enjoying Jazz Schirmer Books Paperback: 302 pages
English examples for "Whiteman's band" - Her mother was a s, and her father was a drummer in Paul Whiteman's band. Her family moved to Scranton, Pennsylvania, where she sang on radio with Paul Whiteman's band. Whiteman discovered him playing tenor banjo and he became part of the rhythm section for Paul Whiteman's band.