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Woody Herman And His Orchestra - Woody Herman And His Orchestra 1936-1943 album flac Performer: Woody Herman And His Orchestra
Title: Woody Herman And His Orchestra 1936-1943
Style: Big Band, Swing
MP3 album: 1402 mb
FLAC album: 1841 mb
Rating: 4.8
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Genre: Jazz

Woodrow Charles Herman (May 16, 1913 – October 29, 1987) was an American jazz clarinetist, saxophonist, singer, and big band leader. Leading various groups called "The Herd", Herman came to prominence in the late 1930s and was active until his death in 1987. His bands often played music that was cutting edge and experimental for its time; they received numerous Grammy nominations and awards.

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Recording dates: New York, November 10, 1936 New York, April 12, 1939 New York, April 14, 1939 New York, July 18, 1939 New York, August 2, 1939 New York, January 5, 1949 New York, April 10, 1940 New York, April 18, 1940. Los Angeles, February 22, 1943.

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Listen to music from Woody Herman & His Orchestra like Woodchopper's Ball, Blues In The Night & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Woody Herman & His Orchestra. Herman was born Woodrow Charles Thomas Herman in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on May 16, 1913. His parents were Otto and Myrtle Herrman. His father had a deep love for show business and this influenced Woody Herman at an early age. As a child he worked as a singer in vaudeville, then became a professional saxophone player at age 15. In 1931, he met Charlotte Neste, an aspiring actress. They later married, September 27, 1936.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Old-Fashioned Swing
Vocals – Woody Herman
A2 Twin City Blues
A3 The Big Wig In The Wigwam
Vocals – Mary Ann McCall
A4 East Side Kick
A5 Midnight Echoes
A6 Big Morning
Vocals – Woody Herman
A7 Rosetta
Vocals – Steady Nelson
B1 Pick-A-Rib
Vocals – Woody Herman And His Orchestra
B2 Cousin To Chris
B3 Whistle Stop
B4 Herman And The Sherman
B5 Bessie's Blues
Vocals – Steady Nelson, Woody Herman
B6 Jukin'
B7 Dancing In The Dawn
Vocals – Carolyn Grey, Woody Herman

Credits

  • Orchestra – Woody Herman And His Orchestra

Notes

Recording dates:
New York, November 10, 1936 [A1]
New York, April 12, 1939 [A3]
New York, April 14, 1939 [A2]
New York, July 18, 1939 [A4-A6]
New York, August 2, 1939 [A7]
New York, January 5, 1949 [B1/B2]
New York, April 10, 1940 [B3-B5]
New York, April 18, 1940 [B6]
Los Angeles, February 22, 1943 [B7]