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Paul Whiteman - Shaking the Blues Away flac album

Performer: Paul Whiteman
Title: Shaking the Blues Away
Style: Early Jazz,Sweet Bands
Duration: 58:34
Relesed: July 22, 2003
Recording date: August 9, 1920 & August 22, 1927
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 916
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Song artist 13 - Paul Whiteman. This page lists the song chart entries of Paul Whiteman. The songs are listed with the most widely successful first. The artist with (by far) the most hit songs in these charts he was the dominant artist of the 1920s-1930s and these days very few people have heard of him. Artist. The Birth of the Blues. US Billboard 1 - Nov 1926 (12 weeks), US invalid BB 10 of 1926, POP 10 of 1926, Brazil 16 of 1927, nuTsie 72 of 1920s, RYM 87 of 1926. US Billboard 14 - 1927 (2 weeks).

Shaking the Blues Away. From: Doris Day. Year: 2014. Show time/day in hollywood. Que Sera Sera - 100 Classic Hits.

In 1926 the song in the charts was The Birth of the Blues by Paul Whiteman. The Birth of the Blues by Paul Whiteman. 5. ▼ Select Rank Below 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49.

A. Shaking The Written-By –. Blues Away Berlin. B. Ooh! Maybe Written-By –. It's You Berlin.

PAUL WHITEMAN is a exotica big band music artist. Others reject these notions, and regard Whiteman's music as an interesting development in jazz history. Thanks to snobb for the updates.

Free download and listen Shaking The Blues Away. Joan Viskant, John Altman Orchestra. Tracks count: 13. Views: 0. Joan Viskant, John Altman Orchestra - Got The Sun In The Morning 04:45. Joan Viskant, John Altman Orchestra - I Didn't Know What Time It Was 05:52.

This is a complete collection of all Paul Whiteman recordings from 1920-1935. Whiteman's recordings were immensely successful, and press notices often referred to him as the "King of Jazz. Using a large ensemble and exploring many styles of music, Whiteman is perhaps best known for his blending of symphonic music and jazz. His popularity faded in the swing music era of the 1930s, and by the 1940s Whiteman was semi-retired from music. This collection contains the following: Tail Spin (Frankie Trumbauer, Jimmy Dorsey). Why Do You Roll Those Eyes (introducing "Blowin' the Blues Away" from Americana) (Ryskind, Gershwin, Charig).

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Wang-Wang Blues Henry Busse / Buster Johnson / Gus Mueller / Leo Wood Paul Whiteman feat: Paul Whiteman Orchestra 3:17
2 On the Gin'gin'ginny Shore Walter Donaldson Paul Whiteman feat: Paul Whiteman Orchestra 3:07
3 Stumbling Zez Confrey Paul Whiteman feat: Paul Whiteman Orchestra 2:56
4 Hot Lips Henry Busse / Benny Davis / Henry Lange Paul Whiteman feat: Paul Whiteman Orchestra 3:15
5 I'll Build a Stairway to Paradise George Gershwin Paul Whiteman feat: Paul Whiteman Orchestra 3:17
6 Everything Is K.O. in K.Y. Richard A. Whiting Paul Whiteman feat: Paul Whiteman Orchestra 2:37
7 If I Can't Have the Sweetie I Want Paul Whiteman feat: Paul Whiteman Orchestra 3:07
8 Shake Your Feet David Stamper Paul Whiteman feat: Paul Whiteman Orchestra 2:50
9 Steppin' Out Con Conrad / George Howard Paul Whiteman feat: Paul Whiteman Orchestra 2:45
10 Lazy Irving Berlin Paul Whiteman feat: Paul Whiteman Orchestra 2:36
11 Charleston Cecil Mack Paul Whiteman feat: Paul Whiteman Orchestra 2:45
12 Ukulele Lady Gus Kahn / Richard A. Whiting Paul Whiteman feat: Paul Whiteman Orchestra 2:55
13 Steppin' in Society Harry Akst Paul Whiteman feat: Paul Whiteman Orchestra 2:49
14 Footloose Paul Whiteman feat: Paul Whiteman Orchestra 3:25
15 Got No Time Gus Kahn / Richard A. Whiting Paul Whiteman feat: Paul Whiteman Orchestra 2:51
16 Manhattan Lorenz Hart / Richard Rodgers Paul Whiteman feat: Paul Whiteman Orchestra 2:39
17 Sweet and Lowdown George Gershwin Paul Whiteman feat: Paul Whiteman Orchestra 2:30
18 No Foolin' Paul Whiteman feat: Paul Whiteman Orchestra 2:43
19 Birth of the Blues Lew Brown / Buddy DeSylva / Ray Henderson Paul Whiteman feat: Paul Whiteman Orchestra 3:17
20 Shaking the Blues Away Irving Berlin Paul Whiteman feat: Paul Whiteman Orchestra 2:53

Credits

Harry Akst - Composer
Al Armer - Brass Band, String Bass
Jack Barsby - Brass Band
Teddy Bartell - Trumpet
Franklyn Baur - Vocals
John Bennett - Graphic Design
John R. Bennett - Graphic Design
Irving Berlin - Composer
Lew Brown - Composer
Henry Busse - Composer, Trumpet
Hale Byers - Clarinet, Sax (Alto), Sax (Bass)
Jim Cassidy - Trombone
Don Clark - Clarinet, Sax (Alto), Sax (Soprano)
Zez Confrey - Composer
Con Conrad - Composer
Fred Cook - Violin
Benny Davis - Composer
Buddy DeSylva - Composer
Vic d'Ippolito - Trumpet
Walter Donaldson - Composer
Jimmy Dorsey - Clarinet, Sax (Alto)
Tommy Dorsey - Trombone
Max Farley - Clarinet, Flute, Sax (Tenor)
Jack Fulton - Trombone, Vocals
Charles Gaylord - Violin, Vocals
George Gershwin - Composer
Ross Gorman - Clarinet, Clarinet (Bass), Sax (Alto)
Tommy Gott - Trumpet
Frank Greene - Coordination
Ferde Grofé - Arranger, Piano
Wilbur Hall - Guitar, Trombone
Lorenz Hart - Composer
Chester Hazlett - Clarinet, Sax (Alto)
Sammy Heiss - Brass Band
Ray Henderson - Composer
Stephen Hill - Graphic Design
George Howard - Composer
Lewis James - Vocals
Buster Johnson - Composer, Trombone
Gus Kahn - Composer
Henry Lange - Composer
Sam M. Lewis - Trombone
Cecil Mack - Composer
Matty Malneck - Violin
George Marsh - Drums
Roy Maxon - Trombone
Harold McDonald - Drums
Hal McLean - Clarinet, Sax (Alto)
Gus Mueller - Clarinet, Composer
Billy Murray - Vocals
Harry Perrella - Celeste, Piano
Mario Perry - Piano-Accordian, Violin
Mike Pingatore - Banjo
Willard Robison - Piano
Richard Rodgers - Composer
Mischa Russell - Violin
Brian Rust - Liner Notes, Source Material
E. Lyle Sharpe - Clarinet, Sax (Tenor)
Elliott Shaw - Vocals
Frank Siegrist - Trumpet
Southern Falls Coloured Quartet - Vocals
John Sperzel - Brass Band
David Stamper - Composer
Ed Stannard - Clarinet, Sax (Alto)
Charles Strickfaden - Sax (Alto), Sax (Baritone)
George Tjordy - Violin
Raymond Turner - Piano
Carl Wagner - Brass Band
Paul Whiteman - Director, Primary Artist, Violin
Paul Whiteman Orchestra - Primary Artist
Richard A. Whiting - Composer
Leo Wood - Composer
Austin Young - Violin, Vocals
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