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Helen Forrest - The Voice Of The Big Bands mp3

Helen Forrest - The Voice Of The Big Bands mp3 Performer: Helen Forrest
Title: The Voice Of The Big Bands
Style: Big Band, Swing
Category: Jazz
Date of release: 1997
Country: UK
Label: Jasmine Records
Catalog number: JASMCD 2545
Size MP3: 1574 mb
Size FLAC: 1345 mb
Rating: 4.8

Tracklist

1Artie Shaw And His OrchestraDeep In A Dream3:21
2Harry James And His OrchestraClose To You2:32
3Artie Shaw And His OrchestraDeep Purple3:14
4Benny Goodman And His OrchestraShake Down The Stars2:52
5Benny Goodman And His OrchestraI'm Nobody's Baby2:45
6Benny Goodman And His OrchestraI Found A Million Dollar Baby3:12
7Harry James And His OrchestraI Had The Craziest Dream3:25
8Harry James And His OrchestraHe's My Guy3:21
9Harry James And His OrchestraThe Devil Sat Down And Cried2:45
10Harry James And His OrchestraI've Heard That Song Before3:00
11Benny Goodman And His OrchestraYes, My Darling Daughter2:53
12Artie Shaw And His OrchestraMoonray3:05
13Dick HaymesLong Ago And Far Away
Conductor – Toots Camarata
3:28
14Artie Shaw And His OrchestraComes Love3:17
15Benny Goodman And His OrchestraTaking A Chance On Love3:11
16Artie Shaw And His OrchestraHow High The Moon2:59
17Artie Shaw And His OrchestraAll The Things You Are3:15
18Harry James And His OrchestraSkylark3:26
19Artie Shaw And His OrchestraDay In, Day Out3:37
20Benny Goodman And His OrchestraIt Never Entered My Mind3:01
21Benny Goodman And His OrchestraBewitched3:29
22Benny Goodman And His OrchestraWhen The Sun Comes Out2:55
23Harry James And His OrchestraI Don't Want To Walk Without You2:53
24Dick HaymesIt Had To Be You
Conductor – Victor Young
3:12

Credits

  • Acoustic GuitarAl Avola (tracks: 1 to 5), Arnold Covey (tracks: 7 to 9), Ben Heller (tracks: 16 to 22), Charlie Christian (tracks: 10, 15), Dave Barbour (tracks: 6), Mike Bryan (tracks: 11 to 14)
  • Alto SaxophoneBob Snyder (tracks: 11, 12), Buff Estes (tracks: 7 to 9), Claude Lakey (tracks: 16 to 22), Gene Kinsey (tracks: 15), Gus Bivona (tracks: 11, 12), Hank Freeman (tracks: 1 to 6), Jimmy Horvath (tracks: 14), Les Robinson (tracks: 1 to 6, 10, 13 to 15), Sam Marowitz (tracks: 16 to 22), Skip Martin (tracks: 11, 12), Toots Mondello (tracks: 7 to 10)
  • Arranged ByEddie Sauter (tracks: 7 to 9, 13 to 15), Fletcher Henderson (tracks: 10 to 12)
  • Baritone SaxophoneClint Davis (tracks: 16 to 21), Skip Martin (tracks: 13, 15)
  • CelloElias Friede (tracks: 16 to 22)
  • ClarinetArtie Shaw (tracks: 1 to 6), Benny Goodman (tracks: 7 to 15)
  • Double BassArtie Bernstein (tracks: 7 to 14), Sid Weiss (tracks: 1 to 6, 13), Thurman Teague (tracks: 16 to 22), Walter Loos (tracks: 15)
  • DrumsBuddy Rich (tracks: 2 to 6), Cliff Leeman (tracks: 1), Dave Tough (tracks: 13), Harry Jaeger (tracks: 11, 12), J.C. Heard (tracks: 15), Jo Jones (tracks: 14), Mickey Scrima (tracks: 16 to 22), Nick Fatool (tracks: 7 to 10)
  • French HornFred Waldron (tracks: 22), Phil Palmer (tracks: 22), Williard Culley (tracks: 19 to 21)
  • PianoAl Lerner (tracks: 16 to 22), Bernie Leighton (tracks: 11, 12), Bob Kitsis (tracks: 2 to 6), Johnny Guarnieri (tracks: 7 to 10), Les Burness (tracks: 1), Teddy Wilson (tracks: 13, 15)
  • ReedsJohnny McAfee (tracks: 22), Sam Sachelle (tracks: 22)
  • Tenor SaxophoneBus Bassey (tracks: 7 to 10), Corky Corcoran (tracks: 18 to 22), Dave Matthews (tracks: 16, 17), George Auld (tracks: 2 to 6, 11 to 15), Jack Henderson (tracks: 11 to 13), Jerry Jerome (tracks: 7 to 10), Pete Mondello (tracks: 14, 15), Ronnie Perry (tracks: 1), Tony Pastor (tracks: 1 to 6)
  • TromboneCutty Cutshall (tracks: 11 to 15), Dalton Rizzotto (tracks: 16 to 21), George Arus (tracks: 1 to 6), Harry Rogers (tracks: 1 to 6, 16 to 22), Hoyt Bohannon (tracks: 16 to 21), Ray Heath (tracks: 22), Les Jenkins (tracks: 2 to 6), Lou McGarity (tracks: 11 to 15), Red Ballard (tracks: 7 to 10), Russell Brown (tracks: 1), Si Zentner (tracks: 22), Ted Vesely (tracks: 7 to 10), Vernon Brown (tracks: 7 to 10)
  • TrumpetAlec Fila (tracks: 11 to 13), Alex Cuozzo (tracks: 18 to 22), Bernie Privin (tracks: 2 to 6), Billy Butterfield (tracks: 14, 15), Chris Griffin (tracks: 15), Chuck Peterson (tracks: 1 to 6), Claude Bowen (tracks: 1, 16 to 22), Cootie Williams (tracks: 11 to 15), Harry Geller (tracks: 4 to 6), Harry James (tracks: 16 to 22), Irving Goodman (tracks: 7 to 14), Jimmy Campbell (tracks: 22), Jimmy Maxwell (tracks: 7 to 14), John Best (tracks: 1 to 3), Nick Buono (tracks: 16 to 22), Vinnie Badele (tracks: 22), Ziggy Elman (tracks: 7 to 10)
  • ViolaBill Spears (tracks: 16 to 21), Herschel Gilbert (tracks: 22), Victor Stern (tracks: 22)
  • ViolinAbraham Hochstein (tracks: 20, 21), Alex Pevsner (tracks: 16 to 21), Alex Nieman (tracks: 22), Bill Spears (tracks: 22), Manny Moss (tracks: 22), Gene Lamas (tracks: 22), Hal Korn (tracks: 22), Jack Gootkin (tracks: 22), John De Voogdt (tracks: 18, 19, 22), Leo Zorn (tracks: 16 to 22), Sam Caplan (tracks: 18 to 22), Sindel Kopp (tracks: 16, 17)
  • VocalsBenny Goodman (tracks: 12), Cootie Williams (tracks: 12), Dalton Rizzotto (tracks: 16), Dick Haymes (tracks: 16, 23, 24), Harry James (tracks: 16)

Notes

23: personnel unknown, conductor Toots Camarata.
24: personnel unknown, conductor Victor Young.
Dates:
1 New York, 17 November 1938
2 New York, 12 March 1939.
3 Hollywood, 12 June 1939.
4 New York, 19 August 1939.
5 New York, 26 October 1939.
6 New York, 11 November 1939.
7 New York, 7 February 1940.
8,9 Chicago, 1 March 1940.
10 New York, 10 April 1940.
11 New York, 29 November 1940.
12 New York, 20 December 1940.
13 New York, 28 January 1941.
14 New York, 5 May 1941.
15 New York, 4 June 1941.
16 New York, 29 October 1941.
17 New York, 11 December 1941.
18 New York, 29 January 1942.
19 Hollywood, 5 June 1942.
20 Hollywood, 22 July 1942.
21 Hollywood, 31 July 1942.
22 Hollywood, ? November 1943.
23 Hollywood, ? February 1944.
24 Hollywood, ? August 1944.
Compiled by Joop Visser.