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Over fifty years ago there was a song popularised by
Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians entitled..
Back in those days, most featured performers in the
band business had a tag, a slogan, and Anita O..
The Rhythm Makers Transcriptions: There are 50
tracks in the NBC series of transcriptions that hav..
Billy May was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in
1916. At school he learned to play the brass ba..
There wasn't much time for Bing to relax after completing work on 'Road To Utopia' in March 1944 (co..
Throughout his prime years, Bob Scobey was one of the more popular trumpeters in Dixieland. This fan..
Count Basie was among the most important bandleaders of his era. With the exception of a brief perio..
From the gentleness of 'Just Out Of Reach' to
the up-tempo honky tonk influence in 'If You Ain’t L..
"Frank Newton had a special sound… he always believed in giving the people something different," the..
If Jeri Southern had been born say twenty
years later, in the post-war years after 1945 which have..
This compilation is a companion to the earlier
Johnny Bond CD on JASMCD 3512, "The Heart And Soul ..
This is a re-issued collection of former Stan Kenton
vocalist June Christy singing with the Jerry ..
This is the third in a series of songs sung by June
Christy with piano accompaniment from Johnny G..
These two CD’s contain Kay’s earliest
recordings, mainly from 1944 to 1946, but beginning with two..
This danceable CD is a re-issue from Jasmine
Records from 1962. Originally released as two separat..
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