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Harry James  - One Night Stand With Harry James And His Swingin' '46 Band album flac Performer: Harry James
Title: One Night Stand With Harry James And His Swingin' '46 Band
Style: Big Band, Swing
Released: 1984
MP3 album: 1519 mb
FLAC album: 1814 mb
Rating: 4.5
Other formats: WMA TTA MMF DTS APE MP4 AC3
Genre: Jazz

CL 522. Harry James And His Orchestra. One Night Stand ‎(LP). B 07012 L. One Night Stand ‎(12", Mono, Min).

by Harry James & His Orchestra;Dick Haymes;Helen Forrest;Dalton Rizzotto & Orchestra. The Devil Sat Down And Cried (Album Version) by Harry James & His Orchestra;Dick Haymes;Helen Forrest;Dalton Rizzotto & Orchestra. Includes Harry James and Inkspots imitations. Impressionistic Shaw piece is one of his greatest. Called an orchestra on the album cover, this six-man unit was Scott's "Quintette. Late career Duchin still shows his unique style of pianistic phrasing and attack. SIDE TWO Juke Box Saturday Night - The Modernaires (2/8/46) My Devotion - Charlie Spivak & orch. 7/1/42) Boogie Blues - Gene Krupa & orch. w/Anita O'Day, vocal ((8/21/45) Early Autumn - Woody Herman & orch. 12/24/47) Celery Stalks At Midnight - Will Bradley & orch. w/Ray McKinley, vocal (1/17/40) Nightmare - Artie Shaw & orch.

Harry James And His Orchestra 1948-49 is a double album by American trumpeter Harry James with The Harry James Orchestra. The album consists of live radio transcripts recorded during 1948 and 1949 and was released in 1969 by Big Band Landmarks (Volumes X-XI). As bop surpassed swing by the late 1940s, James was surprisingly open to its influence.

Harry Haag James (March 15, 1916 – July 5, 1983) was an American musician who is best known as a trumpet-playing band leader who led a big band from 1939 to 1946. He broke up his band for a short period in 1947 but shortly after he reorganized and was active again with his band from then until his death in 1983. He was especially known among musicians for his technical proficiency as well as his tone, and was influential on new trumpet players from the late 1930s into the 1940s.

Bongos – Harry James (2)Written By – M. Rogers. Written-By – W. C. Handy. A5. Flight Of The Bumble Bee. Accordion – Thomas Gumina Arranged By – James Written-By – Rimsky-Korsakov.

Get off the Stand - Harry James and His New Swingin' Band. Walkin' - Harry James and His New Swingin' Band. M-Squad Theme - Harry James and His New Swingin' Band. Shiny Stockings - Harry James and His New Swingin' Band. Slats - Harry James and His New Swingin' Band. Cotton Tail - Harry James & His New Swingin' Band. Too Close for Comfort - Harry James and His New Swingin' Band. How Deep Is The Ocean - Harry James & His New Swingin' Band.

Tracklist Hide Credits

July 5, 1946
A1 Keebla
Arranged By – Juan Tizol
A2 I've Got The Sun In The Morning
Vocals – Marion Morgan
A3 Untitled Juan Tizol Arrangement
A4 Back Home In Indiana
Arranged By – Johnny Thompson
A5 Friar Rock
Chicago, August 2, 1946
A6 All Of Me
A7 Surrender
Vocals – Marion Morgan
B1 I Don't Know Why
Arranged By – Leroy Holmes
B2 Blue Lou
September 13, 1946
B3 Together
B4 Out Of Nowhere
Vocals – Buddy DeVito*
B5 Moten Swing
B6 And Then It's Heaven
Vocals – Buddy DeVito*
B7 Opus No. 1

Credits

  • Band [Uncredited] – Harry James And His Orchestra
  • Baritone Saxophone – George Davis
  • Bass – Ed Mihelich
  • Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Willie Smith
  • Drums – Bill Exner*
  • Flute, Alto Saxophone – Ed Rosa
  • Guitar – Hayden Causey
  • Piano – Arnold Ross
  • Strings [16 Strings] – Unknown Artist
  • Tenor Saxophone – Corky Corcoran
  • Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Stewart Bruner
  • Trombone – Chuck Preble*, Dalton Rizzotto, Dick Noel
  • Trumpet – Charlie Teagarden, Red Berken*, James Grimes , Jimmy Campbell
  • Trumpet, Leader – Harry James
  • Valve Trombone – Juan Tizol

Notes

A1 - "Keb-lah" is misspelled on the cover and label
A3 - Untitled Juan Tizol Arrangement is listed as "Zanzibar" in The Jazz Discography

July 5, 1946 tracks recorded at Asbury Park, New Jersey
August 2, 1946 tracks are from a Chicago radio broadcast
September 13, 1946 tracks are from AFRS Spotlight Bands 899, recorded in Hollywood, CA