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Earl Hines And His Orchestra - The Original Sounds Of The Swing Era Vol. 2 mp3 album

  • Performer: Earl Hines And His Orchestra
  • Title: The Original Sounds Of The Swing Era Vol. 2
  • Genre: Jazz
  • Formats: WMA MPC ASF DTS AUD VQF MP1
  • Released: 1976
  • Style: Swing
  • MP3 album: 1515 mb
  • FLAC album: 1719 mb
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Earl Hines And His Orchestra - The Original Sounds Of The Swing Era Vol. 2 mp3 album

Complete sua coleção de Benny Goodman And His Orchestra. English Deutsch Español Français Italiano 日本語 Português (Brasil) Русский. Benny Goodman And His Orchestra ‎– The Original Sounds Of The Swing Era Vol. 1. Genre: Jazz.

James Melvin Jimmie Lunceford (June 6, 1902 – July 12, 1947) was an American jazz alto saxophonist and bandleader in the swing era. Lunceford was born in Fulton, Mississippi. James Melvin Jimmie Lunceford (June 6, 1902 – July 12, 1947) was an American jazz alto saxophonist and bandleader in the swing era.

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There was a time, from 1933–1947, when teenagers and young adults danced to jazz-orientated bands. When jazz orchestras dominated pop charts and when influential clarinettists were household names. This was the swing era. Scott Yanow, The swing era (also frequently referred to as the "big band era") was the period of time (1933–1947) when big band swing music was the most popular music in the United States.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Indiana
Arranged By – Horace HendersonWritten-By – J. Ballard McDonald*, James F. Hanley
2:00
A2 G.T.Stomp
Written-By – Gerald Marks, Walter Hirsch
2:38
A3 Ridin' And Jivin'
Arranged By – Elbert Skippy Williams*Written-By – Elbert Skippy Williams*
2:37
A4 Grand Terrace Shuffle
Arranged By – Budd JohnsonWritten-By – Earl Hines
2:36
A5 Father Steps In
Arranged By – Budd JohnsonWritten-By – Earl Hines, George Dixon, Lou Fox, Willie Randall
3:05
A6 Piano Man
Arranged By – Budd JohnsonWritten-By – Earl Hines
2:34
A7 Riff Medley
Arranged By – Budd JohnsonWritten By – Albert Johnson
2:47
A8 Gator Swing
Arranged By – Earl Hines, Quinn WilsonWritten-By – Gerald Marks, Walter Hirsch
2:50
B1 After All I've Been To You
Arranged By – Jimmy MundyWritten-By – J. Redmond*, L. David*
2:55
B2 Lightly and Politely
Arranged By – Jimmy MundyWritten By – Bring-Leaf-Snider
2:27
B3 Boogie Woogie On St. Louis Blues
Arranged By – Earl HinesWritten-By – W. C. Handy
2:50
B4 Deep Forest
Arranged By – Rob Crowder*Written-By – Andy Razaf, Earl Hines, Reginald Foresythe
2:29
B5 Number 19
Arranged By – Budd JohnsonWritten-By – Earl Hines
2:48
B6 Call Me Happy
Arranged By – Buster HardingWritten-By – Buster Harding, Sunny Skylar
2:36
B7 You Can Depend On Me
Arranged By – Jimmy MundyWritten-By – Charles Carpenter, Earl Hines, Louis Dunlap
2:27
B8 Tantalizing A Cuban
Arranged By – Budd JohnsonWritten-By – Earl Hines
2:52
C1 Easy Rhythm
Written-By – Jimmy Mundy
2:51
C2 In Swamplands
Arranged By – Bingie MadisonWritten-By – Bingie Madison, Harry Fredericks
2:26
C3 Comin' In Home
Arranged By – Franz JacksonWritten-By – Franz Jackson
2:42
C4 Jelly, Jelly
Written-By – Billy Eckstine, Earl Hines
3:23
C5 Up Jumped The Devil
Arranged By – Jimmy MundyWritten-By – Jimmy Mundy
2:45
C6 Jersey Bounce
Arranged By – Jimmy MundyWritten-By – B. Plater*, B. Johnson*, J. Wright*, T. Bradshaw*
3:02
C7 Windy City Jive
Arranged By – Buster HardingWritten-By – Buster Harding
2:45
C8 Swingin' On C
Arranged By – Eddie DurhamWritten-By – Eddie Durham
3:05
D1 Yellow Fire
Arranged By – Franz JacksonWritten-By – Edgar Battle, Franz Jackson
3:00
D2 The Father Jumps
Written-By – Earl Hines
2:34
D3 The Jitney Man
Arranged By – Gerald Valentine Written-By – Earl Hines, Gerald Valentine
2:49
D4 The Earl
Arranged By – Mel PowellWritten-By – Mel Powell
2:42
D5 Second Balconey Jump
Arranged By – Gerald Valentine Written-By – Gerald Valentine
3:00
D6 Stormy Monday Blues
Written-By – Billy Eckstine, Earl HinesWritten-By, Arranged By – Rob Crowder*
3:07
D7 Scoops-Carry's-Merry
Arranged By – Rene HallWritten-By – Earl Hines
2:56
D8 Furlough Blues
Arranged By – Rene HallWritten-By – Earl Hines
2:46

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – RCA Records
  • Made By – RCA Schallplatten GmbH

Credits

  • Alto Saxophone – Budd Johnson (tracks: A1 to B2), Lloyd Smith (tracks: D7, D8), George "Scoops" Carry* (tracks: C1 to D8)
  • Alto Saxophone, Clarinet – Leroy Harris (tracks: A1 to D6), Omer Simeon (tracks: A1 to B8)
  • Arranged By – Budd Johnson (tracks: A1 to B2), Gerald Valentine (tracks: D3 to D6), Bob Crowder*
  • Baritone Saxophone – John Williams (tracks: D7, D8)
  • Bass – Gene Thomas (tracks: D7, D8), Quinn Wilson (tracks: A1 to B8), Truck Parham (tracks: C1 to D6)
  • Cover – Roland Schmidt
  • Drums – Alvin Burroughs (tracks: A1 to B8), David "Chick" Booth*, Rudy Taylor (tracks: C1 to D6)
  • Guitar – Claude Roberts (tracks: A1 to B8), Hurley Ramey (tracks: C1 to D4), Rene Hall (tracks: D7, D8), Clifton "Skeeter" Best* (tracks: D5, D6)
  • Piano – Earl Hines
  • Tenor Saxophone – Budd Johnson (tracks: A1 to B2, C1 to D6), Franz Jackson (tracks: C1 to D6), Jimmy Mundy (tracks: B3 to B8), Kermit Scott (tracks: D7, D8), Bob Crowder* (tracks: D3 to D6), Wardell Gray (tracks: D7, D8), Willie Randall (tracks: C1 to D6)
  • Tenor Saxophone, Alto Saxophone – Bob Crowder*
  • Trombone – Druie Bess (tracks: D7, D8), Ed Burke (tracks: A1 to B8), Ed Fant* (tracks: C1 to C6), George Hunt (tracks: C7 to D6), Gerald Valentine (tracks: D3 to D6), Gus Chappell (tracks: D7, D8), Joe McLewis (tracks: A1 to D6), John Ewing (tracks: A1 to D1), Nat Atkinson (tracks: D2), Rene Hall (tracks: D7, D8), Walter Harris (tracks: D7, D8)
  • Trumpet – Arthur Walker (tracks: D7, D8), Billy Douglas (tracks: D7, D8), Ed Simms* (tracks: A1 to B8), Freddie Webster (tracks: C7, C8, D1), Harry "Pee Wee" Jackson (tracks: C1 to D2), Jesse Miller (tracks: D2 to D6), Leroy "Snake" White (tracks: C1 to C6), Milton Fletcher (tracks: A1 to B5), Palmer Davis (tracks: D7, D8), Rostelle Reese (tracks: C1 to C6), Shirley Clay (tracks: B6, B7, B8), Shorty McConnell (tracks: D5, D6), Tommy Enoch (tracks: C7 to D4), Walter Fuller (tracks: A1 to B8), Willie Cook (tracks: D7, D8)
  • Trumpet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – George Dixon (tracks: A1 to B8, C7 to D6)

Notes

A1 New York, July 12, 1939
A2 New York, July 12, 1939
A3 New York, July 12, 1939
A4 New York, July 12, 1939
A5 New York, July 12, 1939
A6 New York, July 12, 1939
A7 Chicago, Oktober 6, 1939
A8 Chicago, Oktober 6, 1939

B1 Chicago, Oktober 6, 1939
B2 Chicago, Oktober 6, 1939
B3 New York, February 13, 1940
B4 New York, February 13, 1940
B5 New York, February 13, 1940
B6 New York, June 19, 1940
B7 New York, June 19, 1940
B8 New York, June 19, 1940

C1 Hollywood, December 2, 1940
C2 Hollywood, December 2, 1940
C3 Hollywood, December 2, 1940
C4 Hollywood, December 2, 1940
C5 New York, April 3, 1941
C6 New York, April 3, 1941
C7 Hollywood, August 20, 1941
C8 Hollywood, August 20, 1941

D1 Hollywood, August 20, 1941
D2 Chicago, October 28, 1941
D3 New York, November 17, 1941
D4 New York, March 19, 1942
D5 New York, March 19, 1942
D6 New York, March 19, 1942
D7 New York, January 12, 1945
D8 New York, January 12, 1945

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