The recordings of Gene Kardos' orchestra are certainly exceptions, for the group is surprisingly heated throughout most of the performances on this CD (all but two of which date from 1932). None of the soloists are too well-known (trombonist Pete Salemi comes the closest), but the band is quite strong, with exciting ensembles and purposeful solos.
Gene Kardos and Joel Shaw Volume 1 - Студийный альбом от Gene Kardos and Joel Shaw. В альбом вошло 23 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 01:11:02. Gene Kardos and Joel Shaw. Now's the Time to Fall in Love.
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Eugene (Gene) Kardos (June 12, 1899 – July 27, 1980) was leader of a jazz and dance orchestra in the 1930s. He first recorded for Victor in 1931-32 and thereafter recorded for ARC's labels (Perfect, Melotone, Banner, Oriole, Romeo, Vocalion et. through 1938. Born in Yorkville, New York City, of Hungarian heritage, Gene learned to play the violin and saxophone and worked in vaudeville pit orchestras until organizing his first band around 1930. There were a sizable group of Kardos recordings issued on Crown under Shaw's name and various ARC recordings under names such as Gene's Merrymakers, Art Kahn, and Bob Causer. Many of his early 1930s records are prized by 'hot' dance band collectors. From the mid-1930s, Kardos' style changed more to a hotel dance band style. Dick Robertson was the vocalist on many of his recordings.
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Album: We Call It Jazz!, Vol. 16. Release year: 2013. Download Dick Robertson, Dick Robertson, Gene Kardos & His Orchestra, Gene Kardos & His Orchestra - Don't Let Your Love Go Wrong. We Call It Jazz!, Vol. 16: Best 2 songs. Dick Robertson, Joel Shaw & His Orchestra - Tiger Rag Joel Shaw & His Orchestra Volume l, 2010 03:08. Al Hoffman, Dick Robertson, Frank Weldon, Jaroslav Moravec, Orchestr Ladislava Habarta, Rudolf Cortés - Dobrou noc (Goodnight Wherever You Are) Na tu si počkám (a další nahrávky z let 1942-54), 2009 03:23. Artist: Dick Robertson Gene Kardos & His Orchestra Dick Robertson, Gene Kardos & His Orchestra.
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Conductor bandleader jazz musician. Eugene Kardos was leader of a jazz and dance orchestra in the 1930s. He first recorded for Victor in 1931-32 and thereafter recorded for ARC's labels (Perfect, Melotone, Banner, Oriole, Romeo, Vocalion etc) through 1938. Disbanding in 1939, Kardos married and took employment with the postal service in New York City by day, while leading a small café-style band evenings at Zimmerman's Hungaria, a popular restaurant in Yorkville.