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The jazzin' Bing Crosby 1927-1938

1970

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Catawiki number: 184175
Category: Vinyl records and CDs
Title: The jazzin' Bing Crosby 1927-1938
Main artist / band: Crosby, Bing
Medium: LP - 1LP vinyl 12"Icon-information
Label: Historia
Release number: H 622
Collection / set: Top Classic Historia
Number in collection:  
Series:  
Country: West Germany
Year: 1970
Additional features:  
Genre: Jazz
Details:
Side 1: Paul Whiteman Orchestra, Recorded: New York 29, 4, 1927 with Red Nichols, Bix Beiderbecke, Frankie Trumbauer, Joe Venuti, Dorsey Brothers, Eddie Lang: I’m coming Virginia 3:04
Bing Crosby and The Mills Brothers, Recorded: New York1931, 1932, 1933 Frank Guarente - trumpet, Will Bradley - trombone: Dinah 2:50, Shine 3:07, My honey’s lovin’ arms
Lenny Hayton’s Orchestra, Recorded: Chicago 26.5.1932 Frankie Trumbauer - C-Melody Sax, Eddie Lang - Guitar
Some of these days 2:31
The Dorsey Brothers Orchestra: Recorded: New York 14.3.1933 Bunny Berigan - trumpet, Tommy Dorsey - trombone, Jimmy Dorsey - clarinet and sax: Someone stole Gabriel’s horn 2:57, Side 2: Stay on the right side of the road 2:43
Georgie Stoll Orchestra Recorded: Los Angeles 8.8. 1934, 13.11.1935 Joe Sullivan - piano, Bobby Sherwood - Guitar: Someday sweetheart 3:11 Moonburn 3:10.
The Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra: Recorded: 17.6.1936 George Thow - trumpet, Jimmy Dorsey - clarinet I’m an old cowhand from the Rio Grande 2:33
Connie Bosswell and John Trotter and his Orchestra Recorded: Los Angeles 25.9.1937 Andy Secrest - cornet, Abe Lincol - trombone Basin street blues 2:55
Bob Crosby Orchestra Recorded: Chicago 4.10.1938 Eddie Miller - tenor sax You must have been a beautiful baby 2:49
Submission date: 06-01-2009 10:27:33
Submitted by: PeteMolenaar
Last updated on: 09-12-2014 00:48:42
Last updated by: MatthijsS
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Tracks voor dit album

A

Track
A 01: I’m coming Virginia (3:04)
(Guest) Artist
Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra
Genre
Jazz
Track
A 02: Dinah (2:50)
(Guest) Artist
Mills Brothers, The
Genre
Jazz
Track
A 03: Shine (3:07)
(Guest) Artist
Mills Brothers, The
Genre
Jazz
Track
A 04: My honey’s lovin’ arms
(Guest) Artist
Lenny Hayton's Orchestra
Genre
Jazz
Track
A 05: Some of these days (2:31)
(Guest) Artist
Mills Brothers, The
Genre
Jazz
Track
A 06: Someone stole Gabriel’s horn (2:57)
(Guest) Artist
Dorsey Brothers
Genre
Jazz

B

Track
B 01: Stay on the right side of the road (2:43)
(Guest) Artist
Dorsey Brothers
Genre
Jazz
Track
B 02: Someday sweetheart (3:11)
Genre
Jazz
Track
B 03: Moonburn (3:10)
Genre
Jazz
Track
B 04: I’m an old cowhand from the Rio Grande (2:33)
(Guest) Artist
Dorsey, Jimmy
Genre
Jazz
Track
B 05: Basin Street blues (2:55)
(Guest) Artist
Boswell, Connie
Genre
Jazz
Track
B 06: You must have been a beautiful baby (2:49)
(Guest) Artist
Bob Crosby and His Orchestra
Genre
Jazz
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Celebrities / Persons / Individuals: Crosby, Bing
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