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Various - This Is The Big Band Era

Musician: Various
Album title: This Is The Big Band Era
Style: Big Band
Released: 1971
Country: US
Size MP3 version: 1187 mb
Size APE version: 1629 mb
Size WMA version: 1255 mb
Rating ✫: 4.7
Votes: 140
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Genre: Jazz

Various - This Is The Big Band Era mp3 album

Various - This Is The Big Band Era mp3 album

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A1 Bennie Moten's Kansas City Orchestra South
Banjo – Leroy BerryBass – Walter PageDrums – Willie McWashingtonSaxophone [Sax] – Harlan Leonard, Jack Washington, Laforet Dent*, Woodie Walder*Trombone – Thomas Hayes*Trumpet – Booker Washington, Ed LewisWritten-By – Bennie Moten, Thamon Hayes
2:32
A2 Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra Song Of India
Arranged By – Tommy DorseyBass – Gene TraxlerDrums – Dave ToughGuitar – Carmen MastrenPiano – Dick Jones Saxophone [Sax] – Bud Freeman, Clyde Rounds, Fred Stulce, Joe DixonTrombone – Les Jenkins, Red Bone , Tommy DorseyTrumpet – Bunny Berigan, Jimmy Welch , Joe Bauer , Bob Cusumano*Written-By – Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov
3:06
A3 Benny Goodman And His Orchestra Sing, Sing, Sing (Introducing "Christopher Columbus")
Bass – Harry GoodmanClarinet – Benny GoodmanDrums – Gene KrupaGuitar – Allan ReussPiano – Jess StacySaxophone [Sax] – Arthur Rollini, George Koenig, Herman Schertzer*, Vido MussoTrombone – Murray McEachern, Sterling Ballard*Trumpet – Gordon Griffin*, Harry James , Ziggy ElmanWritten-By – Louis Prima
8:42
A4 Bunny Berigan And His Orchestra* I Can't Get Started
Bass – Hank WaylandDrums – George WettlingGuitar – Tom Morgan Piano – Joe LipmanSaxophone [Sax] – Clyde Rounds, George Auld*, Joe Dixon, Mike DotyTrombone – Al George , Sonny LeeTrumpet – Bunny Berigan, Irving Goodman, Stephen Lipkins*Vocals – Bunny BeriganWritten-By – Ira Gershwin, Vernon Duke
4:45
A5 Benny Goodman And His Orchestra Don't Be That Way
Arranged By – Edgar SampsonBass – Harry GoodmanClarinet – Benny GoodmanDrums – Gene KrupaGuitar – Allan ReussPiano – Jess StacySaxophone [Sax] – Arthur Rollini, Babe Rusin*, George Koenig, Herman Schertzer*Trombone – Red Ballard, Vernon BrownTrumpet – Charles Griffin, Harry James , Ziggy ElmanWritten-By – Benny Goodman, Edgar Sampson, Mitchell Parish
3:23
B1 Artie Shaw And His Orchestra Begin The Beguine
Bass – Sid WeissClarinet – Artie ShawDrums – Cliff LeemanGuitar – Al AvolaPiano – Lester Burness*Saxophone [Sax] – Hank Freeman, Les Robinson, Ronny Perry*, Tony PastorTrombone – George Arus, Harry Rodgers, Ted VeselyTrumpet – Chuck Peterson, Claude Bowen, John BestWritten-By – Cole Porter
3:15
B2 Ziggy Elman And His Orchestra* And The Angels Sing
Drums – Nick FatoolGuitar – Ben HellerPiano – Jack Guarnieri*Saxophone [Sax] – Art Rollini*, Jerry Jerome, Noni Bernardi, Toots MondelloTrumpet – Ziggy ElmanWritten-By – Johnny Mercer, Ziggy Elman
3:16
B3 Lionel Hampton And His Orchestra 12th Street Rag
Bass – Bill Taylor*Drums – Sonny GreerPiano – Clyde HartSaxophone [Sax] – Harry CarneyTrombone – Lawrence BrownTrumpet – Rex StewartVibraphone [Vibraharp] – Lionel HamptonWritten-By – Euday L. Bowman
3:06
B4 Charlie Barnet And His Orchestra Cherokee
Bass – Phil StephensDrums – Ray MichaelsGuitar – Bus EtriPiano – Bill Miller Saxophone [Sax] – Charlie Barnet, Donald McCook*, Gene Kinsey, James Lamare, Kurt BloomTrombone – Ben Hall , Bill Robertson, Don RuppersbergTrumpet – Bill May*, Robert Burnet*, John OwensWritten-By – Ray Noble
3:21
B5 Glenn Miller And His Orchestra In The Mood
Bass – Rowland Bundock*Drums – Maurice PurtillGuitar – Richard FisherPiano – C. McGregor*Saxophone [Sax] – Al Klink, Hal McIntyre, Harold Tennyson, Gordon Beneke*, Wilbur SchwartzTrombone – Al Mastren, Glenn Miller, Paul TannerTrumpet – Clyde Hurley, Lee Knowles*, R. McMickle*Written-By – Andy Razaf, Joe Garland
3:31
C1 Earl "Fatha" Hines And His Orchestra* Boogie Woogie On St. Louis Blues
Arranged By – Earl HinesBass – Quinn WilsonDrums – Alvin BurroughsGuitar – Claude RobertsPiano – Earl HinesSaxophone [Sax] – James Mundy*, Leroy Harris, Omer Simeon, Robert Crowder Trombone – Edward Burke*, Joe McLewis, John EwingTrumpet – Edward Simms*, George Dixon, Milton Fletcher , Walter FullerWritten-By – William Christopher Handy*
2:47
C2 Artie Shaw And His Orchestra Frenesi
Bass – Jud DeNaut*Bass Clarinet – Joe Krechter*Cello – Irving Lipschultz, Julius TannenbaumClarinet – Artie ShawDrums – Carl MausFlute – Morton Ruderman*Guitar – Bobby SherwoodHorn – Jack Cane*Oboe – Phil NemoliPiano – Sonny Wrightsman*Saxophone [Sax] – Blake Reynolds, Bud Carleton, Dick Clark, Jack StaceyTrombone – Babe Bowman, William Rank*, Randall MillerTrumpet – Charlie Margolies*, George Thow, Manny KleinViola – Dave Sterkin*, Jack Ray, Stanley SpiegelmanViolin – Alex Law, Dave Cracov, Harry Bluestone, Jerry Joyce , Mark Levant, Peter Eisenberg , Robert Burene*, Sid BrokawWritten-By – Alberto Domínguez*
3:04
C3 Erskine Hawkins And His Orchestra After Hours
Bass – LeMire Stanfield*Drums – James Morrison Guitar – William McLemore*Piano – Avery ParrishSaxophone [Sax] – Haywood Henry, Jimmy Mitchelle, Julian Dash, Paul Bascomb, William JohnsonTrombone – Edward Sims, Robert RangeTrumpet – Erskine Hawkins, James Harris*, Marcellus Green, Same Lowe*Written-By – Avery Parrish
3:20
C4 Charlie Barnet And His Orchestra Pompton Turnpike
Bass – Phil StephensDrums – Cliff LeemanGuitar – Bus EtriPiano – Bill Miller Saxophone [Sax] – Charlie Barnet, Gene Kinsey, James Lamare, Kurt Bloom, Leo WhiteTrombone – Bill Robertson, Don Ruppersberg, Spud MurphyTrumpet – Bill May*, Robert Burnet*, John Owens, Lyman Funk*Written-By – Dick Rogers, Will Osborne
3:00
C5 Duke Ellington And His Orchestra Take The "A" Train
Bass – Jimmy BlantonDrums – Sonny GreerGuitar – Fred GuyPiano – Duke EllingtonSaxophone [Sax] – Barney Bigard, Ben Webster, Harry Carney, Johnny Hodges, Otto HardwickTrombone – Joseph Nanton*, Juan Tizol, Lawrence BrownTrumpet – Ray Nance, Rex Stewart, Wallace JonesWritten-By – Billy Strayhorn
2:54
D1 Glenn Miller And His Orchestra A String Of Pearls
Bass – Edward Goldberg*Drums – Maurice PurtillGuitar – Robert Hackett*Piano – J. C. McGregor*Saxophone [Sax] – Al Klink, Babe Rusin*, Ernie Caceres, Gordon Beneke*, Wilbur SchwartzTrombone – Frank D'Annolfo, Glenn Miller, Jim Priddy*, Paul TannerTrumpet – Alec Fila, Bill May*, John Best, R.D. McMickleWritten-By – Jerry Gray
3:12
D2 Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra Opus One
Bass – Sidney Block*Drums – Buddy RichGuitar – Robert Bain*Piano – Milton Golden*Saxophone [Sax] – Albert Klink*, Bruce Branson, Boniface "Buddy" deFranco*, Gail Curtis*, Sid CooperTrombone – Colin Satterwhite, Nelson Riddle, Jr.*, Tommy Dorsey, Walter BensonTrumpet – Dale Pierce, George Seaberg, Roger Ellick, Vito ManganoTuba – Joseph ParkViola – David Uchitel*, Milton ThomasViolin – Alex Beller, Bernard Tinterow, Joseph Goodman*, Leon Atkins*, Manny Fiddler*, Peter Dimitriades, Ruth GoodmanWritten-By – Sy Oliver
2:54
D3 Erskine Hawkins And His Orchestra Tippin' In
Bass – Lee StanfieldDrums – Kelly MartinGuitar – Leroy KirklandPiano – Asa Harris*Saxophone [Sax] – Aaron Maxwell, Robert Smith*, Frank Henry*, Jimmy Mitchelle, Julian DashTrombone – David James , Donald Cole, Edward Sims, Norman GreeneTrumpet – Willie Moore, Jr.*, Robert Johnson, Jr.*, Charles Jones*, Erskine Hawkins, Samuel Lowe*Written-By – Bobby Lewis
3:00
D4 Count Basie And His Orchestra* Mister Roberts' Roost
Bass – W. Page*Drums – J. Jones*Guitar – F. Green*Piano – Count BasieSaxophone [Sax] – G. Tate*, C. Price*, R. Washington*, P. Gonsalves*, P. Love*Trombone – W. Johnson*, W. Wells*, G. Simon*, T. Donnelly*Trumpet – E. Lewis*, E. Berry*, E. Young*, H. Edison*Written-By – Buster Harding, Count Basie, Milton Ebbins
2:30
D5 Larry Clinton And His Orchestra Study In Brown
Bass – Eddie SafranskiDrums – Jimmy CrawfordGuitar – Al CaiolaSaxophone [Sax] – Abraham Richman*, Henry Ross*, Phil Olivella, Sidney Cooper*, Sol SchlingerTrombone – Jack Sutterfield, Lou McGarity, Marvin GoldTrumpet – Bernard Privin*, Gordon "Chris" Griffin*, Carl "Doc" Severinsen*, James Nottingham*Written-By – Larry Clinton
3:13

Companies, etc.

  • Made By – RCA Limited
  • Licensed From – RCA Records
  • Mastered At – RCA Studios, Toronto

Credits

  • Liner Notes – John Lissner
  • Remastered By – Don Miller

Notes

Made in Canada By RCA Limited From Master Recordings Owned or Controlled By RCA Records

Inside the gatefold cover is a detailed tracklist which includes recording dates, full bandnames, durations, and musicians per track.
[A1]: September 7, 1928
[A2]: January 29, 1937
[A3]: July 6, 1937
[A4]: August 7, 1937
[A5]: February 16, 1938
[B1]: July 24, 1938
[B2]: December 28, 1938
[B3]: June 13, 1939
[B4]: July 17, 1939
[B5]: August 1, 1939
[C1]: February 13, 1940
[C2]: March 3, 1940
[C3]: June 10, 1940
[C4]: July 19, 1940
[C5]: February 15, 1941
[D1]: November 3, 1941
[D2]: November 14, 1944
[D3]: January 10, 1945
[D4]: October 19, 1947
[D5]: June 1, 1956

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A side etched, Record 1): APRM 5268-2 TG
  • Matrix / Runout (D side etched, Record 1): APRM-5269 KT
  • Matrix / Runout (B side etched, Record 2): APRM-5270 KT
  • Matrix / Runout (C side etched, Record 2): APRM-5271 KT

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
VPM-6043 Various This Is The Big Band Era ‎(2xLP, Comp, Mono) RCA Victor VPM-6043 US 1971
VPM-6043, 6/VPM6043, 6 VPM-6043 Various This Is The Big Band Era ‎(2xLP, Comp, Mono, Gat) RCA Victor, RCA Victor, RCA Victor VPM-6043, 6/VPM6043, 6 VPM-6043 US 1971
P8S-5099 Various This Is The Big Band Era ‎(8-Trk, Comp) RCA, RCA Victor P8S-5099 US 1971
PK-5099 Various This Is The Big Band Era ‎(Cass, Comp) RCA Victor, RCA PK-5099 Canada Unknown
VPS-6043/1-2 Various This Is The Big Band Era ‎(2xLP, Comp) RCA Victor VPS-6043/1-2 US 1971