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Ethel Waters - Her Best Recordings 1921 - 1940 flac album

Ethel Waters - Her Best Recordings 1921 - 1940 flac album
  • Performer Ethel Waters
  • Title Her Best Recordings 1921 - 1940
  • Date of release 1994
  • Style Dixieland, Ragtime, Swing
  • Other formats MPC DXD ADX RA AC3 VQF AHX
  • Genre Jazz / Blues
  • Size MP3 1525 mb
  • Size FLAC 1325 mb
  • Rating: 4.4
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August, 1921 - November 7, 1940. An Introduction to Ethel Waters: Her Best Recordings 1921-1940.

Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey on track 19. Made in France. Standard jewel-case, 12-page booklet and liner notes in English only. Штрих-код и другие идентификаторы. Matrix, Runout: MELODIE 4013 01 @@. Rights Society: STEMRA.

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Ethel Waters (October 31, 1896 – September 1, 1977) was an American singer and actress. Waters frequently performed jazz, swing, and pop music on the Broadway stage and in concerts, but she began her career in the 1920s singing blues. Waters notable recordings include "Dinah", "Stormy Weather", "Taking a Chance on Love", "Heat Wave", "Supper Time", "Am I Blue?", "Cabin in the Sky", "I'm Coming Virginia", and her version of "His Eye Is on the Sparrow"

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Tracklist Hide Credits

1 There'll Be Some Changes Made
Clarinet – Garvin BushellEnsemble – Ethel Waters And Her Jazz Master*Piano – Fletcher HendersonTrombone – Unknown ArtistTrumpet – Unknown ArtistViolin – Charlie Jackson Written-By – Higgins*, Overstreet*
3:17
2 Ethel Sings 'Em
Piano – J.C. JohnsonWritten-By – Waters*
3:16
3 Sweet Georgia Brown
Clarinet, Soprano Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Don RedmanCornet – Joe Smith Ensemble – Ethel Waters And Her Ebony FourPiano – Pearl WrightWritten-By – Bernie*, Casey*, Pinkard*
3:08
4 Dinah
Banjo – Maceo JeffersonClarinet, Soprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone – Unknown ArtistClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Unknown ArtistConductor – Harry TateCornet – Horace HolmesDrums – Jesse BaltimoreOrchestra – Ethel Waters And Her Plantation OrchestraPiano – Lester ArmsteadTrombone – Joe King Tuba – Bill BenfordWritten-By – Akst*, Young*, Lewis*
3:15
5 Shake That Thing
Piano – Pearl WrightWritten By – Unknown Artist
3:16
6 I'm Coming Virginia
Orchestra – Will Marion Cooks's Singing OrchestraPiano – J.C. JohnsonWritten-By – Heywood*
3:02
7 My Handy Man
Piano – James P. Johnson*Written-By – Razaf*
2:55
8 West End Blues
Piano – Clarence WilliamsWritten-By – Williams*, Oliver*
3:23
9 Am I Blue ?
Bass – Joe TartoClarinet – Jimmy DorseyPiano – Frank SignorelliTrombone – Tommy DorseyTrumpet – Manny KleinWritten-By – Clarke*, Akst*
3:15
10 Memories Of You
Bass – Unknown ArtistOrchestra – Unknown ArtistPiano – Unknown ArtistViolin – Unknown Artist, Unknown ArtistWritten-By – Razaf*, Blake*
3:13
11 You Can't Stop Me From Loving You
Clarinet – Benny GoodmanGuitar – Dick McDonoughPiano – Rube BloomTrombone – Tommy DorseyTrumpet – Manny KleinWritten-By – Nichols*, Holiner*
3:20
12 I Can't Give You Anything But Love
Bass – Wellman BraudClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Harry CarneyDrums – Sonny GreerGuitar – Fred GuyOrchestra – Duke Ellington And His OrchestraPiano, Directed By – Duke EllingtonSoprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone – Johnny HodgesTrombone – Lawrence Brown, Joe "Tricky Sam" Nanton*Trumpet – Arthur Whetsol, Cootie Williams, Freddy JenkinsVocals [Male] – Unknown ArtistWritten-By – Fields - McHugh*
3:03
13 Porgy
Bass – Wellman BraudClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Harry CarneyDrums – Sonny GreerGuitar – Fred GuyOrchestra – Duke Ellington And His OrchestraPiano, Directed By – Duke EllingtonSoprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone – Johnny HodgesTrombone – Lawrence Brown, Joe "Tricky Sam" Nanton*Trumpet – Arthur Whetsol, Cootie Williams, Freddy JenkinsWritten-By – Berlin*
3:10
14 Stormy Weather (Keeps Rainin' All The Time)
Bass – Artie BernsteinClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Jimmy DorseyClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Larry BinyonDrums – Stan King*Guitar – Dick McDonoughPiano – Fulton McGrathTrombone – Tommy DorseyTrumpet – Bunny Berigan, Sterling BoseViolin – Harry Hoffman, Joe Venuti, Lou Kosloff, Walter EdelsteinWritten-By – Arlen*, Koehler*
3:08
15 Don't Blame Me
Drums – Unknown ArtistGuitar – Unknown ArtistPiano – Unknown ArtistTrombone – Tommy DorseyTrumpet – Unknown Artist, Unknown ArtistViolin – Unknown ArtistWritten-By – Fields - McHugh*
3:11
16 Heat Wave
Clarinet – Benny GoodmanPiano – Unknown ArtistTenor Saxophone – Unknown ArtistTrumpet – Bunny Berigan, Unknown ArtistViolin – Unknown Artist, Unknown ArtistWritten-By – Berlin*
2:58
17 Harlem On My Mind
Clarinet – Benny GoodmanPiano – Unknown ArtistTenor Saxophone – Unknown ArtistTrumpet – Bunny Berigan, Unknown ArtistViolin – Unknown Artist, Unknown ArtistWritten-By – Berlin*
3:24
18 Come Up And See Me Sometime
Alto Saxophone – Unknown ArtistBass – Artie BernsteinClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Jimmy DorseyDirected By – Victor YoungDrums – Stan King*Guitar – Dick McDonoughPiano – Fulton McGrathTenor Saxophone – Unknown ArtistTrombone – Tommy DorseyTrumpet – Bunny Berigan, Sterling BoseViolin – Harry Hoffman, Joe VenutiWritten-By – Swanstrom*, Alter*
3:01
19 Miss Otis Regrets (She's Unable To Lunch Today)
Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Jimmy DorseyOrchestra [Studio Orchestra] – Unknown ArtistTrombone – Tommy DorseyWritten-By – Porter*
3:02
20 Y' Had It Comin' To You
Alto Saxophone – William SteinerBass – Charlie Turner*Clarinet – Castor McCordGuitar – Danny BarkerOrchestra – Eddie Mallory And His OrchestraPiano, Organ – Reg Beane*Trombone, Vibraphone – Tyree GlennTrumpet – Eddy Mallory, Shirley ClayWritten-By – Oakland*, Lemer*
2:15
21 Bread And Gravy
Alto Saxophone – Benny CarterBass – Milt HintonClarinet – Castor McCordGuitar – Danny BarkerOrchestra – Eddie Mallory And His OrchestraPiano, Organ – Reg Beane*Trombone, Vibraphone – Tyree GlennTrumpet – Eddy MalloryWritten-By – Carmichael*
2:53
22 Cabin In The Sky
Orchestra – Max Meth And His Orchestra*Written-By – Latouche*, Duke*
3:58

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  • Copyright (c) – Best Of Jazz
  • Distributed By – Mélodie Distribution

Credits

  • Compiled By [Titles Selected By] – Duncan Schiedt, Jerry Valburn, Johnny Simmen, Kurt Mohr, Preston Love
  • Liner Notes – Graham Colombé
  • Reissue Producer – Gilles Pétard
  • Vocals – Ethel Waters

Notes

Recorded in New York except track 2, Long Island City.
Recording dates, label cat. Nr and matrix Nr of initial issue:
Track 1: circa August 1921, Black Swan 2021, P-147-1
Track 2: circa June 1923, Black Swan 14154, ??
Track 3: May 13, 1925, Columbia 379-D, 140597-1
Track 4: October 20, 1925, Columbia 487-D, 141164-2
Track 5: December 23, 1925, Columbia 14116-D, 141429-1
Track 6: September 18, 1926, Columbia 14170-D, 142649-2
Track 7: August 21, 1928, Columbia 14353-D, 146873-1
Track 8: August 23, 1928, Columbia 14365-D, 146881-2
Track 9: May 14, 1929, Columbia 1837-D, 148532-2
Track 10: August 29, 1930, Columbia 2288-D, 150748-2
Track 11: June 16, 1931, Columbia 2481-D, 151613-3
Track 12: December 22, 1932, Brunswick 6517, B-12783-A
Track 13: December 22, 1932, Brunswick 6521, B-12784-A
Track 14: May 3, 1933, Brunswick 6564, B-13292-A
Track 15: July 18, 1933, Brunswick 6617, B-13565-A
Track 16: October 10, 1933, Columbia 2826-D, 152521-1
Track 17: October 10, 1933, Columbia 2826-D, 152522-2
Track 18: March 30, 1934, Brunswick 6885, B-14956-C
Track 19: August 20, 1934, Decca 140, 38349-A
Track 20: March 27, 1939, Bluebird B-10207, 035358-1
Track 21: August 15, 1939, Bluebird B-10415, 041552-1
Track 22: November 7, 1940, Liberty Music Shop L-311, P-29033-1

Unsure credits, according to booklet tracklist:
. Charlie Jackson on track 1
. Joe Smith and Don Redman on track 3
. May be Fletcher Henderson instead of Pearl Wright on track 3
. Manny Klein on track 9
. All musicians on track 14, and may be Chauncey Morehouse instead of Stan King
. Additional unknown alto and tenor saxes, Bunny Berigan and / or Sterling Bose, Joe Venuti and / or Harry Hoffman, Fulton McGrath or Joe Meresco on track 18
. Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey on track 19

Made in France. © 1994 Best Of Jazz Records.
Standard jewel-case, 12-page booklet and liner notes in English only.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 3 307518 401327
  • Matrix / Runout: MELODIE 4013 01 @@
  • Rights Society: STEMRA
  • Price Code: DK 003
  • SPARS Code: AAD