Artie Shaw And His Orchestra featuring Roy Eldridge and Hot Lips Page - Blues In The Night album download
Artie Shaw Blues In The Night Vocal, Hot Lips Page. Hot Lips Page and His Orchestra These Foolish Things (1944 Version).
Artie Shaw & His Orchestra - Blues In The Night 03:13. Artie Shaw & His Orchestra - What Is This Thing Called Love? 03:19. Roy Eldridge - The Sad Sack 03:07. Artie Shaw and His Orchestra - Serenade to a Savage 02:35. Artie Shaw & His Orchestra - What Is Thing Called Love 03:16.
Blues In The Night (My Mama Done Tol’ Me) (Mercer-Arlen) by Artie Shaw & his Orchestra, vocal refrain and trumpet by Hot Lips Page. Johnny Mercer and Harold Arlen’s title song from the movie Blues In The Night appeared on Billboard’s weekly top-10 singles sales chart via five different recordings.
Artie Shaw And His Gramercy Five - I Can't Get Started. Harry James And His Orchestra - The Hits Of Harry James. Harry James Orchestra Lp Jazz. New Orleans Rhythm Kings 1934-1935 Feat. Joe "Wingy" Manone SWAGGIE 826 Jazz Winyle. Vinyl Records, New Orleans, Jazz, Blues.
Artie Shaw died on 30th December 2004 at the age of 94 after having turned his back on music 50 years earlier. However, the passing years have done little to diminish interest in the recordings and eventful life of this often controversial figure. Artie Shaw Orchestra featuring Roy Eldridge. Artie Shaw Orchestra with Mel Tormé and the Mel-Tones. What is this thing called Love? Jazz and Velvet Mel Tormé. Artie Shaw and His Orchestra. Complete Thesaurus Transcriptions 1949. Hep Records HEP CD 89/90. Artie Shaw Re-Creates His Great ’38 Band. Sign off and Begin the Beguine.
His last prewar band, organized in September 1941, included Oran "Hot Lips" Page, Max Kaminsky, Georgie Auld, and Guarnieri. Throughout his career, Shaw had a habit of forming bands, developing them according to his immediate aspirations, making a quick series of records, and then disbanding. He generally did not stick around long enough to reap his bands' successes through live performances of their recorded hits. He portrayed himself in the Fred Astaire film, Second Chorus (1940), which featured Shaw and his orchestra playing Concerto for Clarinet, and his 1940–41 Hollywood period Star Dust band can be heard throughout the soundtrack. The film garnered him two Oscar nominations for Best Score and Best Song ("Love of My Life"). He collaborated on the love song "If It's You", sung by Tony Martin in the Marx Brothers' film The Big Store (1941).
America's Greatest Hits 1941, Vol. 2. Добавить в плейлист. Чтобы добавлять треки в плейлисты, нужно авторизоваться.
|featuring "Hot Lips" Page|
|1||Blues In The Night|
|3||Just Kiddin' Around|
|4||Take Your Shoes Off, Baby|
|5||St. James Infirmary, Part 1|
|6||St. James Infirmary, Part 2 (take 2)|
|7||St. James Infirmary, Part 2 (take 1)|
|8||Suite Nº 8|
|10||Two In One Blues|
|featuring Roy Eldridge|
|14||A Foggy Day|
|15||The Man I Love|
|18||No One But You|
|20||They Didn't Believe Me|
|21||Just Floatin' Along|
NotesRecordings from the early 1940's
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|ND82432||Artie Shaw And His Orchestra Featuring Roy Eldridge And "Hot Lips" Page*||Artie Shaw And His Orchestra Featuring Roy Eldridge And "Hot Lips" Page* - Blues In The Night (CD, Comp, RM)||Bluebird , BMG, RCA||ND82432||UK & Europe||1990|
|NL82432||Artie Shaw And His Orchestra Featuring Roy Eldridge And Hot Lips Page||Artie Shaw And His Orchestra Featuring Roy Eldridge And Hot Lips Page - Blues In The Night (LP, Comp)||Bluebird||NL82432||Germany||1990|
|5185320||Artie Shaw And His Orchestra, Roy Eldridge, Hot Lips Page||Artie Shaw And His Orchestra, Roy Eldridge, Hot Lips Page - Blues In The Night (CD, Comp, Club)||BMG Music||5185320||US||1990|