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Various Artists - Jazz in the Charts, Vol. 92: Old Piano Roll Blues 1949-1950 flac album

Performer: Various Artists
Title: Jazz in the Charts, Vol. 92: Old Piano Roll Blues 1949-1950
Duration: 01:10:26
Relesed: February 5, 2007
Recording date: January 3, 1949 - March 11, 1950
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 572
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Songs: 24. Artists: Benny Goodman & His Orchestra. Claude Thornhill & His Orchestra. Gene Krupa’s Chicago Jazzband.

This article includes an overview of the major events and trends in popular music in the 1950s. Various genre in the First World, rock and roll, doo-wop, pop, swing, rhythm and blues, blues, Country music, rockabilly, and jazz music dominated and defined the decade's music. Rock and roll dominated popular music in the mid 1950s and late 1950s, and quickly spread to much of the rest of the world.

Jazz in the Charts 77: 1944, Vol. 2. Release Date. Cootie Williams & His Orchestra.

Artists: Benny Goodman & His Orchestra. Tracks count: 13. Views: 11. Ray Anthony & His Orchestra - A Dreamer’s Holiday 03:11. Ray Anthony & His Orchestra - Sitting By The Window 02:49. King Cole Trio - I Almost Lost My Mind 03:02.

Vote up the greatest jazz musicians who play piano. Imagine dancing to the sound of smooth, vibrant jazz music with a pianist pounding on the keys with all his might accompanied by a cello, trumpet, and trombone. The sound is unique and your feet start to move. When jazz music grew to popularity, there hadn't been anything like it before – it became the iconic sound of an era and is still popular today

Wilbur Sweatman, a pre-jazz bandleader who grew into real jazz, does nice jazz things on bass clarinet. Fuller's again impressive on the underrated Helen Gross's "Undertaker's Blues," the historical footnote. The arrangement was presumably by its trumpeter, Bubber Miley, an African-American parallel to Bix Beiderbecke. The same arrangement reappeared a couple of years later with additions from Duke Ellington when the Ellington band (including Miley) recorded "Black and Tan Fantasy. But Mal Hallett was white; his "Wang Wang Blues" romps with at least a bounce in the bass, and it swings. Record company executives around 1930 preferred sentimental dance tunes to jazz: Jean Goldkette's legendary (white) band's jazz arrangements and performance impressed everybody else, but the Victor company gave them mostly dance-band scores to sight read.

Jazz in The Charts 77 1944 Vol. 2 by Various Artists. Big Band/Swing, Trio. Queen - Platinum Collection, Vol. 1-3. (82). Rory Gallagher - Blues Sent Sameday.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 That Lucky Old Sun Haven Gillespie / Beasley Smith Louis Armstrong 3:06
2 Saturday Night Fish Fry, Pts. 1-2 Louis Jordan & His Tympany 5 5:24
3 A Dreamer's Holiday Gannon Ray Anthony & His Orchestra 3:11
4 Who'll Be the Next One (To Cry Over You) The Mills Brothers 2:38
5 Fool's Paradise Billy Eckstine 2:41
6 Johnson Rag Jimmy Dorsey & His Original Dorseyland Jazz Band 2:45
7 Sitting by the Window Ray Anthony & His Orchestra 2:49
8 Sitting by the Window Billy Eckstine 3:06
9 Rag Mop Lionel Hampton & His Orchestra 2:51
10 Johnson Rag Claude Thornhill & His Orchestra 2:43
11 Daddy's Little Girl Johnny Burke / Gerlach The Mills Brothers 2:56
12 Rag Mop Jimmy Dorsey & His Original Dorseyland Jazz Band 2:50
13 My Foolish Heart Billy Eckstine 3:22
14 I Almost Lost My Mind Nat King Cole Trio 3:02
15 Sentimental Me Ray Anthony & His Orchestra 2:51
16 It Isn't Fair Benny Goodman & His Orchestra 3:03
17 It Isn't Fair Les Brown & His Orchestra 3:08
18 The Old Piano Roll Blues Hoagy Carmichael 2:32
19 Count Every Star Ray Anthony & His Orchestra 3:03
20 I'm Crazy to Love You Sarah Vaughan 3:01
21 Mona Lisa Ray Evans / Jay Livingston Nat King Cole 3:15
22 Bonaparte's Retreat Gene Krupa's Chicago Jazzband 3:15
23 I Wanna Be Loved Dinah Washington 2:54

Credits

Gene Allan - Clarinet, Sax (Baritone)
John Andrews - Clarinet, Sax (Tenor)
Leo Anthony - Saxophone
Ray Anthony - Soloist, Trumpet
Ray Anthony & His Orchestra - Primary Artist
Al Antonucci - French Horn
Louis Armstrong - Primary Artist, Vocals
Irving Ashby - Guitar
Benny Bailey - Trumpet
Buddy Baker - Leader
Ellis Bartee - Drums
Ray Bauduc - Drums
Les Baxter Orchestra - Accompaniment
Frank Beach - Trumpet
Franny Beecher - Guitar
Earl Bergman - Saxophone
Eddie Bert - Trombone
Ray Biondi - Guitar
Johnny Blowers - Drums
Johnny Board - Sax (Tenor)
Hoyt Bohannon - Trombone
Will Bradley - Trombone
Les Brown - Clarinet
Les Brown & His Orchestra - Primary Artist
Ray Brown - Bass Fiddle
Stumpy Brown - Trombone
Johnny Burke - Composer
Billy Butterfield - Trumpet
Al Caiola - Guitar
Frank Carlson - Drums
Hoagy Carmichael - Piano, Primary Artist, Vocals
Fern Caron - Trumpet
Dick Cary - Piano
Russ Case & His Orchestra - Featured Artist
Angelo Cicalese - Sax (Alto)
Steven Clark - Translation
Jeff Clarkson - Piano
Cozy Cole - Drums
Nat King Cole - Piano, Primary Artist, Vocals
Nat King Cole Trio - Primary Artist
Steve Cole - Saxophone
Joe Comfort - Bass Fiddle
Cutty Cutshall - Trombone
Cass Daly - Clarinet
Danny Gregus - Guitar
Wild Bill Davison - Cornet
Ronnie Deauville - Vocals
Joe Derise - Arranger, Vocals
Al DeRisi - Trumpet
Bill Doggett - Piano
Jimmy Dorsey - Clarinet, Leader
Jimmy Dorsey & His Original Dorseyland Jazz Band - Primary Artist
Art Drelinger - Sax (Tenor)
Doug Duke - Organ, Piano
Dick Eckles - Flute
Billy Eckstine - Primary Artist, Vocals
Ray Evans - Composer
Billy Exiner - Drums
Woody Fausler - Trumpet
Four Hits & A Miss - Vocals
Bob Fowler - Trumpet
Dick Friedauer - Drums
Morton Friedman - Clarinet
Gannon - Composer
Duke Garrette - Trumpet
Gerlach - Composer
Bobby Gibbons - Guitar
Haven Gillespie - Composer
Mitch Goldberg - Sax (Alto)
Benny Goodman - Clarinet
Benny Goodman & His Orchestra - Primary Artist
Wardell Gray - Sax (Tenor)
Buddy Greco - Piano, Vocals
Freddy Green - Guitar
Al Grey - Trombone
William K. "Billy" Hadnott - Bass Fiddle
Al Hall - Vocals
Lionel Hampton - Vibraphone
Lionel Hampton & His Orchestra - Primary Artist
Hamptones - Vocals
Al Hendrickson - Guitar
Wes Hensel - Trumpet
Paul "Lee" Higaki - Trombone
Bob Higgins - Trumpet
William Hinshaw - French Horn
Claire Hogan - Vocals
Luella Howard - Flute
Peanuts Hucko - Clarinet
Sonny Igoe - Drums
Aaron Izenhall - Trumpet
James "Ham" Jackson - Guitar
Josh Jackson - Sax (Tenor)
George Jenkins - Leader
Gordon Jenkins Orchestra - Featured Artist
Roy Johnson - Bass Fiddle
Jimmy Jones - Piano
Louis Jordan - Sax (Alto)
Louis Jordan & His Tympany 5 - Primary Artist
Taft Jordan - Trumpet
Keith Butterfield - Trombone, Trumpet
George Kelly - Sax (Tenor)
Ray Klein - Trombone
Gerhard Klußmeier - Liner Notes
Carl Kress - Guitar
Gene Krupa - Drums
Gene Krupa's Chicago Jazzband - Primary Artist
Ronny Lang - Flute, Sax (Alto)
Allan Langstaff - Trombone
Yank Lawson - Trumpet
Ray Leatherwood - Bass Fiddle
Bernie Leighton - Piano
Jack Lesberg - Bass Fiddle
Mel Lewis - Drums
Norbert Liderbauch - Trumpet
Joe Lippman Orchestra - Featured Artist
Jay Livingston - Composer
Bill Lolatte - Bass Fiddle
Clyde Lombardi - Bass Fiddle
Curtis Lowe - Sax (Tenor)
Jeff Massingill - Clarinet, Sax (Tenor)
Obie Massingill - Trombone
Matty Matlock - Clarinet
Wendell Mayhew - Trombone
Frank Maynes - Sax (Tenor)
Hal McKusick - Clarinet, Sax (Alto)
Chuck Mederis - Trumpet
George Meinzer - Saxophone
Doug Mettome - Trumpet
The Mills Brothers - Primary Artist, Vocals
Bob Mitchell - Trumpet
Harold Mitchell - Trumpet
Larry Molinelli - Sax (Baritone)
Nuncio "Toots" Mondello - Sax (Alto)
George Monte - Trombone
Wes Montgomery - Guitar
Tippy Morgan - Clarinet, Sax (Alto)
Joe Morris - Drums
Abe Most - Clarinet, Sax (Alto)
Ed Mullens - Trumpet
Dick Noel - Vocals
Tom Oblak - Trombone
Sonny Parker - Vocals
Tom Parshley - Sax (Tenor)
Tommy Patton - Trumpet
Cecil Payne - Sax (Baritone)
Dave Pell - Sax (Tenor)
Danny Perry - Guitar
Ralph Pfeffner - Trombone
Bobby Plater - Sax (Alto)
Carl Poole - Trumpet
Benny Powell - Trombone
Bob Quatsoe - Trombone
Milt Raskin - Piano
Howard Reich - Trumpet
Dick Reynolds - Trombone
Sonny Rich - Trumpet
Jerome Richardson - Sax (Alto)
Nelson Riddle - Arranger
Les Robinson - Clarinet
Eddie Ryan - Piano
Lou Sador - Saxophone
Eddie Safranski - Bass Fiddle
Russ Saunders - Bass Fiddle
Ed Scherr - Sax (Baritone), Sax (Soprano), Sax (Tenor)
Hymie Schertzer - Sax (Alto)
Gene Schroeder - Piano
Bobby Scoots - Vocals
Dick Shanahan - Drums
Lonnie Shaw - Sax (Baritone)
Leo Shepherd - Trumpet
Kenny Shrudder - Saxophone, Trombone
Al Simi - Bass Fiddle
Ray Sims - Trombone
Louis Singer - Drums
The Singers - Vocals
The Skyliners - Vocals
Beasley Smith - Composer
Snowflakes - Vocals
Chuck Speight - Trumpet
The Starlighters - Vocals
Phil Stephens - Bass Fiddle
Al Stewart - Trumpet
Teddy Stewart - Drums
Teddy Stewart Orchestra - Featured Artist
Butch Stone - Sax (Baritone)
Charlie Teagarden - Trumpet
Claude Thornhill - Piano
Claude Thornhill & His Orchestra - Primary Artist
Nick Travis - Trumpet
Kenny Trimble - Trombone
Bob Trock - Saxophone
Bobby Tucker - Piano
Billy Usselton - Saxophone
Sarah Vaughan - Primary Artist, Vocals
Dinah Washington - Primary Artist, Vocals
Eddie Wasserman - Sax (Tenor)
Stan Webb - Sax (Baritone)
Marty White - Trumpet
Ernie Wilkins - Sax (Alto)
Billy Williams - Sax (Tenor)
Walter Williams - Trumpet
Jimmy Wormick - Trombone
Milt Yaner - Sax (Alto)
Si Zentner - Trombone
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