Warren Covington And His Orchestra - Interstate / Watusi Jo mp3 album
Warren Covington (August 7, 1921 – August 24, 1999) was an American big band trombonist. He was active as a session musician, arranger, and bandleader throughout his career. Covington, who was born in Philadelphia, played early on with Isham Jones (1939), then with Les Brown in 1945-46 and Gene Krupa later in 1946. Following this he became a staff musician for CBS radio. With Ralph Flanagan in 1949 and again in 1955-56. He played briefly with Tommy Dorsey in 1950
A Interstate 2:10 B Watusi Jo 2:25. Soloist, Written-By – Warren Covington. Warren Covington And His Interstate, Watusi Jo (7", Orchestra. Label Category Country Year. Decca 31814 US. 1965. Related Music albums to Interstate, Watusi Jo by Warren Covington And His Orchestra
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Warren Covington stepped into one of the most intimidating pair of shoes in show business when he took over the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra in the late 1950s, following Tommy's death. Although the heyday of the big bands was already passed, Dorsey was widely considered a peerless master of the trombone.
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|31814||Warren Covington And His Orchestra||Interstate / Watusi Jo (7", Single)||Decca||31814||US||1965|
|31814||Warren Covington And His Orchestra||Interstate / Watusi Jo (7", Single, Promo)||Decca||31814||US||1965|