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Marvelous Melodies of Peter Mendoza
mpn: 435148030624, ean: 0435148030624,
4.5 out of 5 stars with 108 reviews
Bowlly sings w. the orchestras of Peter Mendoza, Roy Fox, Ray Noble & others on 20 tracks from the 1930s.
mpn: AManPro-0036377, ean: 0603366105022,
4.4 out of 5 stars with 74 reviews
23 more sides from 1938! Includes Garden of the Moon; Have You Forgotten So Soon?; Love Is Where You Find It; You're a Sweet Little Headache; St. Louis Blues; Daydreaming; Savin' Myself for You; Jump Jumps Here; I Have Eyes , and more..
Say It Ain't So
4.7 out of 5 stars with 219 reviews
1976 second solo album from the man who played Judas Iscariot in the original British production of ''Jesus Christ Superstar''..
The Girl Next Door 1927-1932
4.2 out of 5 stars with 298 reviews
One of the few still listenable singers from the 20's, Hanshaw has a highly appealing and swinging style which put her in the same category as Ethel Waters in that decade. Some excellent jazz singing with excellent jazz musicians backing her (The Dorsey Brothers, Manny Klein, Joe Venuti and Bunny Berigan). Annette had an extremely plaintive voice but she was certainly not a sugary sweet singer. This CD also has a few songs in which she does an uncanny Helen Kane impersonation..
Rare Live Recordings, 1934-1959
mpn: WA-12633982, ean: 0825481040396,
4.3 out of 5 stars with 134 reviews
These rare treasures take you all across Billie's career-from '35, the year she debuted at the Apollo and first charted, to '59, the year she died. The stunning early performances include a 20-year-old Billie with Ellington in '35 and a 1937 radio broadcast from the Savoy Hotel in NY with the Basie Orchestra; you'll also hear rare rehearsal tapes, her Monterey '58 performance, songs on The Eddie Condon Show, The Tonight Show, The Steve Allen Show , an impromptu recording of Billie and friends
Anything Goes (1988 Studio Cast) - Cole Porter
4.1 out of 5 stars with 83 reviews
Along with Kiss Me, Kate, 1934's Anything Goes is usually thought to be Cole Porter's finest show. Even without a young belter named Ethel Merman as the lead, the show's parade of hits (''I Get a Kick Out of You,'' ''All Through the Night,'' ''You're the Top,'' and ''Blow, Gabriel, Blow'') would have secured it a place in Broadway's pantheon. This recording is the first one to use the original 1934 arrangements, painstakingly reconstructed with the help of one of the original arrangers, Hans
Teddy & Girls 1
4.4 out of 5 stars with 156 reviews
Bing Crosby Meets Al Jolson
4.0 out of 5 stars with 297 reviews
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I've Got A Feeling I'm Falling
4.8 out of 5 stars with 14 reviews
She was America's Queen of Song during the 1920s and 30s and even today commands a wide following throughout the world. She recorded with many of the top names of the Jazz world including Tommy Dorsey, Joe Venuti, Adrian Rollini, Eddie Lang, Rube Bloom, Muggsy Spanier, Ben Selvin, Benny Goodman and many others too numerous to mention, but many of whom appear on this disc. Your chance to hear one of the truly great divas of popular song..
Hooked on Swing
4.4 out of 5 stars with 101 reviews
Jule Styne in Hollywood
mpn: 3E, ean: 0881692963824,
4.3 out of 5 stars with 102 reviews
Jule Styne is best remembered as the composer of such Broadway classics as Gypsy and Funny Girl, but before that, he was one of Hollywood’s most successful songwriters, with an amazing string of hits that garnered ten Academy Award nominations. Jule Styne in Hollywood brings together some of the best artists from Broadway, cabaret and jazz in all-new recordings of Styne's greatest film songs. Jule Styne in Hollywood gathers 20 different vocalists to perform 21 songs that Styne wrote for the
The Twenties Sweetheart [ORIGINAL RECORDINGS REMASTERED]
mpn: CDJAS2542, ean: 5013727254224,
4.9 out of 5 stars with 44 reviews
Annette Hanshaw, along with Ruth Etting was one of the major female singers of the 1920s. This particular disc has a great selection of songs, beginning with a few from 1926 including the very popular ''Black Bottom'', running through selections from 1927, rounding off with a few from 1928. Taken the date of these tracks, the sound quality of these recordings are brilliant. So if you want to hear Annette Hanshaw, backed by some fine musicians, and ending most of the songs with her catchphrase
September Songs: Music Of Wilder, Weill And Warren
mpn: HN_7114, ean: 0632375711429,
4.7 out of 5 stars with 57 reviews
Any record by Wesla Whitfield is cause for rejoicing. This time out, however, is a special treat indeed, for this is without a doubt Wesla's most ambitious undertaking to date. Under the musical direction of Mike Greensill, Wesla is joined by the great Tommy Flanagan, reedman Gary Foster, their old friend Michael Moor on bass and the inventive and immensely popular Kronos Quartet for a program of music and songs by Harry Warren, Alec Wilder and the most classically-oriented of songsmiths, Kurt
Bing - His Legendary Years 1931-57 [4 CD Box Set]
4.3 out of 5 stars with 234 reviews
Bing Crosby was a laidback swinger, and this four-CD box spends a fair amount of its time reminding us of an era when the emphasis was as much on the swing as on the lazy-lidded attitude. Never as angst-ridden as Sinatra could be, and consequently not as multilayered, Crosby is nonetheless not a singer to be missed. The quarter century surveyed here includes cultural touchstones (''White Christmas,'' ''Don't Fence Me In'') and obscurities. All deserve to be heard by fans of the American song
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