Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra, Vaughn Monroe And His Orchestra, Larry Clinton And His Orchestra - The Greatest Recordings Of The Big Band Era (2xLP, Comp, Red). The Franklin Mint Record Society. Bob Crosby And His Orchestra, Fred Waring & The Pennsylvanians, Noble Sissle And His Orchestra, Buddy Rich And His Orchestra. Bob Crosby And His Orchestra, Fred Waring & The Pennsylvanians, Noble Sissle And His Orchestra, Buddy Rich And His Orchestra - The Greatest Recordings Of The Big Band Era 33/34 (2xLP, Comp, Mono, Red).
A lot of the Franklin Mint big-band albums paired jazz and non-jazz "sweet" bands, and though the jazz generally holds up better it's nice to hear some of the softer sounds of the era as well. RECORD 1 - SIDE A: GLENN MILLER & orch. Moonlight Serenade - (4/4/39) In the Mood - (8/1/39) Tuxedo Junction - (2/8/40) I Dreamt I Dwelt in Harlem - (12/21/40) Chattanooga Choo Choo - (Spring 1941) Star Dust - (11/6/41). RECORD 1 - SIDE B: GLENN MILLER & orch. A String of Pearls - (11/8/41) Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree - (2/18/42) Serenade in Blue - (5/20/40) At Last - (5/20/42) Little Brown Jug - (6/2/42) Juke Box Saturday Night (9/24/42).
The Greatest Recordings of the Big Band Era. Advertisement. 9 Chant of the Weed Don Redman & His Orchestra 3:18. 10 Shakin' the African Don Redman & His Orchestra 2:39. 11 Tea for Two Don Redman & His Orchestra 3:12.
Greatest Hits of the Big Band Era, Vol. 1. 2003. Greatest Hits of the Big Band Era, Vol. (CD - Echo Bridge Home Entertainment. BBC Big Band Orchestra. 3. Moonlight Serenade. 6. Sophisticated Lady. 7. Swinging the Blues. 8. At the Woodchoppers' Ball. 9. I Get a Kick out of You.
A cover album named the worst ever album by Q magazine in March 2006. We put it on in the office to remind ourselves how bad it was. Sometimes these things are redeemed by some sort of kitsch or novelty value, but it didn't even have that. John Calvert of Drowned in Sound awarded the record an unprecedented 0/10 and described it as "the un-music"; Neil Kulkarni in The Quietus agreed that the album is not "actually music", and is akin to "shite, in the noonday sun, attracting flies" . "Elvis' Greatest Shit, Dog Vomit Records SUXOO5". Retrieved 13 September 2012.
Various Artists, ‘The Crow: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack’. The soundtrack to The Crow was 1994's most effective gateway drug: Taken to Number One by Stone Temple Pilots' ubiquitous modern rock staple "Big Empty," the soundtrack ripped the flannel off millions of alterna-teens, sealed them in black vinyl and minted a new generation of goths. The album's non-metal legacy stretched a lot farther than the band, whose popularity petered out after releasing the more metal-focused follow-up Wiseblood in 1996. With American Recordings, producer Rick Rubin established a production technique that he would later use with artists like Metallica, Kanye West and Black Sabbath: He stripped the Man in Black's sound down to its bare essentials.
Genre: JazzStyle: Big Band/SwingDuration: Album. The Big Band Beat "Various Inc. Jack Parnell" Tape Cassette - Never Been Played. Jack Parnell & His Orchestra (JP). This is a set of 20 archive-quality cassette tapes issued by the Franklin Mint in the series, The Greatest Recordings of the Big Band Era. They all have the Franklin Mint introductory letter sealed with the box. £5. Vintage The Big Band Era Casette Tapes 1978 Volume 1-8 New. Tapes are in perfect condition.
|A1||–Sammy Kaye And His Orchestra||Kaye's Melody||2:41|
|A2||–Sammy Kaye And His Orchestra||Taking a Chance on Love||2:55|
|A3||–Sammy Kaye And His Orchestra||Daddy||2:52|
|A4||–Sammy Kaye And His Orchestra||My Buddy||3:04|
|A5||–Sammy Kaye And His Orchestra||There Will Never Be Another You||3:08|
|A6||–Sammy Kaye And His Orchestra||The Old Lamplighter||2:57|
|B1||–Sammy Kaye And His Orchestra||Down Among the Sheltering Palms||2:07|
|B2||–Sammy Kaye And His Orchestra||Baby Face||2:23|
|B3||–Sammy Kaye And His Orchestra||It Isn't Fair||3:10|
|B4||–Sammy Kaye And His Orchestra||Harbor Lights||3:22|
|B5||–Sammy Kaye And His Orchestra||Until Tomorrow||2:43|
|B6||–Sammy Kaye And His Orchestra||Midnight Ride||3:06|
|C1||–Hal McIntyre||The Commando Serenade||3:12|
|C2||–Hal McIntyre||South Bayou Shuffle||3:26|
|C3||–Hal McIntyre||Friday Afternoon||3:03|
|C4||–Hal McIntyre||Daisy Mae||3:07|
|C5||–Hal McIntyre||When You're a Long, Long Way From Home||3:02|
|D2||–Frankie Masters||I'll Wait for You||2:41|
|D3||–Henry King And His Orchestra||A Blues Serenade||2:40|
|D4||–Henry King And His Orchestra||I'll Be Seeing You||2:30|
|D5||–Muggsy Spanier||Can't We Be Friends||2:44|
|D6||–Muggsy Spanier||American Patrol||3:09|