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Jazz spectacular [sound recording]

Title
Jazz spectacular [sound recording] / Frankie Laine and Buck Clayton and his orchestra, featuring J. J. Johnson and Kai Winding.
Author
Laine, Frankie, 1913-2007,
Publication
[New York] : Columbia, [1956]

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Description
1 audio disc : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono; 12 in.
Alternative Title
  • Baby, baby all the time.
  • If you were mine.
  • My old flame.
  • Roses of Picardy.
  • S'posin'.
  • Stars fell on Alabama.
  • Taking a chance on love.
  • That old feeling.
  • Until the real thing comes along.
  • You can depend on me.
Subjects
Note
  • For jazz ensemble with vocalists.
  • Title from disc label.
  • Program notes by Irving Townsend on container.
Contents
S'posin' / Razaf-Denniker -- Stars fell on Alabama / Parish-Perkins -- Until the real thing comes along / Holiner-Nichols-Cahn-S. Chaplin-Freeman -- My old flame / Coslow-A. Johnson -- You can depend on me / Dunlap-Hines-Carpenter -- That old feeling / Lew Brown-Fain -- Taking a chance on love / Latouche-Fetter-Duke -- If you were mine / Mercer-Malneck -- Baby, baby all the time / Troup -- Roses of Picardy / Weatherly-Wood.
Call Number
*LRXP 178
LCCN
93702730
Author
Laine, Frankie, 1913-2007, performer.
Title
Jazz spectacular [sound recording] / Frankie Laine and Buck Clayton and his orchestra, featuring J. J. Johnson and Kai Winding.
Imprint
[New York] : Columbia, [1956]
Type of Content
performed music
Type of Medium
audio
Type of Carrier
audio disc
Local Note
Stamp on record jacket of Jan 1956.
Performer
Frankie Laine, vocals ; Buck Clayton, trumpet and conductor ; J. J. Johnson and Kai Winding, trombones ; with Hilton Jefferson, alto saxophone ; Al Sears, Budd Johnson and Nick Nicholas, tenor saxophones ; Dave McRae, baritone saxophone ; Ray Copeland, trumpet ; Dickie Wells, Lawrence Brown and Urbie Green, trombones ; Clifton Best, guitar ; Milt Hinton, double bass ; Bobby Donaldson and Jo Jones, drums ; Sir Charles Thompson, piano.
Event
Recorded New York at Columbia's 30th Street Studio.
Chronological Term
1951 - 1960
Added Author
Townsend, Irving, 1920-1981.
Clayton, Buck, 1911-1991, conductor.
Johnson, J. J., 1924-2001, performer.
Winding, Kai, performer.
Clayton, Buck, 1911-1991, performer.
Jefferson, Hilton, 1903-1968, performer.
Sears, Al, 1910-1990, performer.
Johnson, Budd, performer.
Nicholas, Big Nick, 1922-1997, performer.
McRae, Dave (Saxophonist), performer.
Copeland, Ray, performer.
Wells, Dicky, 1907-1985, performer.
Brown, Lawrence, 1907-1988, performer.
Green, Urbie, performer.
Best, Skeeter, 1914-1985, performer.
Hinton, Milt, performer.
Donaldson, Bobby, 1922-1971, performer.
Jones, Jo, 1911-1985, performer.
Thompson, Sir Charles, 1918- performer.
Added Title
S'posin'.
Stars fell on Alabama.
Until the real thing comes along.
My old flame.
You can depend on me.
That old feeling.
Taking a chance on love.
If you were mine.
Baby, baby all the time.
Roses of Picardy.
Publisher No.
CL 808 Columbia
Research Call Number
*LRXP 178
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