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Artie Shaw

Author: Artie ShawBuddy RichCliff LeemanGeorgie AuldLes RobinsonAll authors
Publisher: [Chicago, Ill.] : Time-Life Music : Manufactured by BMG Music, [1991]
Series: Big bands.
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Sound recordings
Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
Music Type: Jazz; Popular music
All Authors / Contributors: Artie Shaw; Buddy Rich; Cliff Leeman; Georgie Auld; Les Robinson; Dick Clark, saxophonist.; Tony Pastor; Billy Butterfield; Johnny Best; Bernie Privin; Manny Klein; Les Burness; Bob Kitsis; Helen Forrest; Pauline Byrne; George Arus; Les Jenkins, trombonist.; Jack Jenney; Jack Cave
OCLC Number: 26093687
Notes: Big band jazz, in part with vocals.
Originally released on Bluebird and Victor Records.
Compact disc.
Program notes by Richard M. Sudhalter with discographical information (1 folded sheet)--inserted in container.
Performer(s): Artie Shaw, clarinet ; featuring: Buddy Rich, Cliff Leeman, drums ; Georgie Auld, Les Robinson, Dick Clark, saxophone ; Tony Pastor, vocal, saxophone ; Billy Butterfield, Johnny Best, Bernie Privin, Manny Klein, trumpet ; Les Burness, Bob Kitsis, piano ; Helen Forrest, Pauline Byrne, vocal ; George Arus, Les Jenkins, Jack Jenney, trombone ; Jack Cave, horn ; additional assisting musicians.
Event notes: Recorded July 24, 1938-Jan. 23, 1941, New York, N.Y. and Hollywood, Calif.
Description: 1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: Nightmare --
Traffic jam --
Moon glow --
Softly, as in a morning sunrise --
Carioca --
Begin the beguine --
Back Bay shuffle --
Non-stop flight --
Any old time (Helen Forrest, vocal) --
Octoroon --
Indian love call (Tony Pastor, vocal) --
Zigeuner --
At sundown --
Gloomy Sunday (Pauline Byrne, vocal) --
The man from Mars --
Frenesi --
Star dust --
Adios, Mariquita Linda --
Vilia --
El rancho grande (Tony Pastor, vocal) --
Yesterdays.
Series Title: Big bands.

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