The Norman Petty Trio - Mood Indigo / Petty's Little Polka album flac
Title: Mood Indigo / Petty's Little Polka
Style: Easy Listening
MP3 album: 1893 mb
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Genre: Jazz / Pop
2. –The Norman Petty Trio. Petty's Little Polka. 3. If You See Me Cryin'. 4. When It's ) Darkness On The Delta. 5. 6. 7. 8. I Wonder Why. 9.
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Norman Petty (May 25, 1927 – August 15, 1984) was an American musician and record producer who is mostly known for his association with Buddy Holly and the Crickets, who recorded in his studio. 2. Jambalaya (On the Bayou). If You See Me Crying. I'll String Along With You. 3:31. Oh, You Pretty Woman. Gimmie a Little Kiss, Will Ya Huh? 2:27. 10. It's Been a Long, Long Time.
The Norman Petty Trio had small hits with Duke Ellington's "Mood Indigo" and "Almost Paradise" in 1957. Their recorded repertoire included some Norman Petty compositions, but also covers of popular standards, polkas, and country tunes, usually arranged in a smooth style that would be suitable for weddings and genteel parties and receptions. But there are little, if any, specific ideas that Norman Petty would employ on his own group's recordings that he also applied to his rock productions, although his fondness for cheesy electric keyboards does crop up in Jimmy Gilmer's work. The Norman Petty Trio continued recording throughout the '50s, though by the late '50s Petty was focusing on his Clovis, NM studio and production and management work with Buddy Holly and the Crickets.
NORMAN PETTY TRIO Mood Indigo/ PETTY's Little Polka 1954 NM! EP X 82 Buddy Holly. Artist The Norman Petty Trio. Duration EP. Release Year 1954.
Little Girl Blue (also known as Jazz As Played in an Exclusive Side Street Club) is the debut album by jazz singer, pianist, and songwriter Nina Simone. It was released by Bethlehem Records on 16 September, 1958. At this time, Simone was in her mid-20s and still aspiring to be a classical concert pianist. This deal eventually cost her royalty profits of more than a million dollars
The Norman Petty Trio made some instrumental pop records in the '50s and had a little success with Mood Indigo, and Petty was becoming known within the industry for his songwriting, particularly with Almost Paradise (covered by Roger Williams). In 1955, Petty founded his own studio in Clovis to record musicians in the area, which despite its isolation from recording industry centers had a lot of country and rock talent. It was at Petty's studio that Roy Orbison did his first recordings, even predating Orbison's Sun Records sessions. Petty landed major early rockabilly hits with.
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Written-By – Bigard*, Ellington*, Mills*
|B||Petty's Little Polka
Written-By – Norman Petty
- Record Company – Radio Corporation Of America
NotesThe master for this recording was acquired from Nor-Va-Jak by "X" in June 1954. The sides were flipped and it was issued as "X" 0040, reaching #14 on the Billboard pop chart.
RCA Victor Master Serial Number Code:
E = 1950
4 = Year, ergo 1954
L = "X" Label
B = 10" - 78 RPM - Standard
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (A label): E4LB-4759
- Barcode (B label): E4LB-4760
|RP-1313||The Norman Petty Trio||Petty's Little Polka / Mood Indigo (Shellac, 10")||Nor-Va-Jak||RP-1313||US||1954|
|45-1313||The Norman Petty Trio||Petty's Little Polka / Mood Indigo (7", Single)||Nor-Va-Jak||45-1313||US||1954|
|4X-0040||The Norman Petty Trio||Mood Indigo / Petty's Little Polka (7", Single, Promo)||"X"||4X-0040||US||1954|
|4X-0040||The Norman Petty Trio||Mood Indigo / Petty's Little Polka (7", Single, RE)||"X"||4X-0040||US||1954|