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Songs and music
|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Al Dexter; Duke Ellington Orchestra.; Artie Shaw Orchestra.; Glenn Miller Orchestra.; Gene Krupa Orchestra.; Count Basie Orchestra.; Coleman Hawkins' All-Star Octet.; Troopers (Musical group); Charlie Barnet Orchestra.; Benny Goodman Sextet.; Tommy Dorsey Orchestra.; Harry James Orchestra.; Erskine Hawkins Orchestra.; Jimmie Lunceford Orchestra.; Benny Goodman Orchestra.
|Notes:||Issued as a companion to the Ken Burns television film, The war.
|Event notes:||Recorded 1937-1942.|
|Description:||1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Contents:||C jam blues (Duke Ellington & his famous orchestra) --
Frenesi (Artie Shaw & his orchestra) --
In the mood (Glenn Miller & his orchestra) --
Let me off uptown (Gene Krupa & his orchestra) --
Taxi war dance (Count Basie & his orchestra) --
The sheik of Araby (Coleman Hawkins' All Star Octet) --
Pistol packin' mama (Al Dexter & his Troopers, with vocal by Al Dexter) --
American patrol (Glenn Miller & his orchestra) --
For the good of your country (Count Basie & his orchestra) --
Cherokee (Charlie Barnet & his orchestra) --
Rose room (Benny Goodman Sextet) --
Opus #1 (Tommy Dorsey & his orchestra) --
I'm beginning to see the light (Harry James & his orchestra) --
Tuxedo Junction (Erskine Hawkins & his orchestra) --
One o'clock jump (Count Basie & his orchestra) --
I'm confessin' (Artie Shaw & his orchestra) --
(I've got a gal in) Kalamazoo (Glenn Miller & his orchestra) --
Boogie woogie (Tommy Dorsey & his orchestra) --
'Tain't what you do (it's the way that you do it) (Jimmie Lunceford & his orchestra) --
Sing, sing, sing (Benny Goodman & his orchestra).
|Other Titles:||Dance hits from the Second World War
War (Television program : 2007)