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  1. Sagar Reply

    Now, as he approaches his 90th birthday, Frankie Laine's remarkable early career is profiled in an exclusive 6-CD boxed set plus picture disc that includes all of his Bel-Tone, Atlas and Mercury recordings from to early Included are his original hit recordings of That Lucky Old Sun, That's My Desire, Cry Of The Wild Goose, Mule Train, Black And Blue and Shine.

  2. Araran Reply

    Oran Hot Lips Page - Moten Swing; Dinah Washington - Mad About The Boy; Louis Jordan - G. I Jive - Mercer; Sarah Vaughan - Lover Music; Artie Shaw & His Gramercy Five - My Funny Valentine; Muggsy Spanier - Someday Sweetheart; Miles Davis - Moon Dreams; Stan Getz - I've Got You Under My Skin;

  3. Nikora Reply

    Thereafter we’re treated to fourteen recordings made by Muggsy as bandleader, mainly in the early to mids, plus three tracks from his stereo LP “Hot Horn”, finishing for good measure with a live recording by the Hines-Spanier All Stars/5(7).

  4. Malashura Reply

    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of on Discogs.4/5(2).

  5. Fenritaxe Reply

    MUGGSY SPANIER'S RAGTIME BAND - The Great Original UK 'silver spot' RCA label track mono LP of Dixieland recordings dating back to late Housed in a picture sleeve. The flimsy picture sleeve is front laminated with scalloped flipbacks & and has some damage on the ri. The vinyl is in excellent condition with only light signs of.

  6. Samusida Reply

    Not only does this superior double-LP set contain all of cornetist Bix Beiderbecke's recordings with the Wolverines in (much of which is classic), but it features him with the Sioux City Six and his Rhythm Jugglers (highlighted by the original version of "Davenport Blues"), the two titles cut by the Wolverines after Beiderbecke departed (with Jimmy McPartland in his spot), and seven Price: $

  7. Gudal Reply

    Bob Mielke created his own exciting jazz trombone style fusing elements from Kid Ory’s New Orleans tailgate tradition, the Harlem swing of J.C. Higginbotham, and Ellington’s “Tricky Sam” Nanton. His trombone exemplar for playing New Orleans parts was George Brunis, heard in the Muggsy Spanier Ragtime Band.

  8. Miran Reply

    The introduction of the compact disc had a definite benefit in allowing the reissue of vintage jazz and blues material, includi ng much that had never been reissued on vinyl LPs. Back in June , Jazz & Blues Report, issue , ran my review of several reissues of material from the legendary Commodore label. Amazon does show some of these as still available.

  9. Gugar Reply

    Buy Bix Beiderbecke & The Chicago Cornets (CD) by Bix Beiderbecke (CD $). Amoeba Music. Ships Free in the U.S.

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