Earle Spencer And His New Band Sensation Of The Year 1946 - The Complete Black & White Recordings 1946-1949 Plus Live Performances At Casino Gardens album downloadPerformer: Earle Spencer And His New Band Sensation Of The Year 1946
Title: The Complete Black & White Recordings 1946-1949 Plus Live Performances At Casino Gardens
Style: Bop, Cool Jazz
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Earle Spencer And His New Band Sensation Of The Year 1946 - The Complete Black & White Recordings 1946-1949 Plus Live Performances At Casino Gardens album download
Black & White Studio Recordings, 1946-1949. 1-1. Bolero In Boogie. Live At The Casino Gardens Ballroom, Ocean Park, November 1946.
99 USD. Vinyl LP Details. Originally Released: 1946. Label: First Heard Records.
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Label: First Heard Records – 16, First Heard Records – FHR-1974-16. Side 1, Tracks 1-4 Selected from dance sessions recorded one Sunday morning, between the hours of 1. 0 & . 0 . in either late-October or late-November,1946, at Casino Gardens Ballroom, Ocean Park. Side 1, track 5 Recorded at a . Services Hospital in California (FIRST MOVEMENT); Possibly Casino Gardens for SECOND MOVEMENT,October, 1946. Side 2, Tracks 1 & 2: Possibly Casino Gardens, Ocean Park, California,1946. Matrix, Runout (Runout Side 1 etched): F H R 16 A 3. Matrix, Runout (Runout Side 2 etched): F H R 16 B 3.
Disc One: The Black and White Studio Recordings, 1946-1949. Earle Spencer & His Orchestra : Jimmy Salko, Paul Lopez, Bob Fowler, Dick Bins, Clair Jones (tp) Earle Spencer, Ray Heath J. Durward Morsch, Eugene Manson, Marchall Cram (tp) Les Robinson, Galen McReynolds (cl, as) Ralph Lee, Joe Koch (cl, ts) Hy Mandell (bs), Jack Marshall (g) Tommy Todd (p) Red Callender (b) Jackie Mills (d) Paul Polena , Bill Gillette ,Morty Corb , Frank Erickson (arr), Hollywood, August 16 1946. Concerto for Guitar /Bolero in Boogie /Production On Melody /Soft and Warm /Earle Meets Stan .
In 1946, Spencer formed his band in Los Angeles after being discharged from the . Its compositions were progressively styled in the spirit of Stan Kenton, Johnny Richards, and Boyd Raeburn. Sensation Of The Year 1946: Earl Spencer And His New Band - the following are probable personnel: Al Killian, Paul R. Lopez (born 1923), Bob Fowler, Clair Jones, Richard (Dick) Binns (1920–1993) (tp) Ray Sims, Ollie Wilson, Durward Morsch, Eugen Manson (tb) Ronnie Lang (born Ronald Langinger; 24 July 1929 Chicago), William Huspeth (as) Ralph Lee, Francis Polifroni (ts) Steve Perlow (bar) Bob.
Most of these recordings are listed by the year they were recorded rather than year released. Reissues are listed for most of the recordings released before the 1950s, as the original 78s are rare. During this period, records sold by song title, not by artist, although there are exceptions. Live at the Hollywood Bowl. Duke Ellington Vol. 4: April 30, 1947. The Chronological Duke Ellington & His Orchestra 1946–47 (Classics). The Chronological Duke Ellington & His Orchestra 1947 (2 volumes) (Classics). Duke Ellington at Ciro's (Dems).
Complete Black and White Recordings 1946 - 1949. Complete Black and White Recordings 1946 - 1949. Name of your friend . E-mail address of your friend . Required fields. Author Earle Spencer. Supplier Fresh Sound Records. Discs number 2. Warning: Last items in stock! Availability date
His Best Recordings: 1946-1949 is part of the Best in Jazz series that highlights jazz musicians' finest material as chosen by a panel of jazz experts. Goin' to Minton's" features an excellent solo that absolutely brims with energy, while "Nostalgia" shows a reserved Navarro displaying his keen ear for melody.
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|Black & White Studio Recordings, 1946-1949|
|1-1||Bolero In Boogie||2:53|
|1-2||Concerto For Guitar||2:48|
|1-3||Production On Melody||2:36|
|1-4||Soft And Warm||2:43|
|1-5||Earle Meets Stan||2:49|
|1-6||E.S. Boogie, Part I||2:38|
|1-7||E.S. Boogie, Part II||3:04|
|1-8||Rhapsody In Boogie, Part I||2:48|
|1-9||Rhapsody In Boogie, Part II||2:57|
|1-11||Spencerian Theory, Part I||2:47|
|1-12||Spencerian Theory, Part II||2:39|
|1-13||Five Guitars In Flight||2:38|
|1-16||Oh! You Beautiful Doll||2:07|
|1-18||Box Lunch (At The Factory)||2:06|
|Live At The Casino Gardens Ballroom, Ocean Park, November 1946|
|2-3||I May Be Wrong||3:03|
|2-4||Hey! Mr. Postman||3:04|
|2-5||In The Hall Of The Mountain King||2:56|
|2-6||The Flying Saucer||4:13|
|2-8||Bolero In Boogie||3:06|
|2-9||Progressions In Boogie (E.S. Boogie Part II)||3:03|
|Recorded At U.S. Services Hospital In California, November 1946|
|2-11||E.S. Boogie Part II|
|Possibly Recorded At Casino Gardens, November 1946|
|2-12||E.S. Boogie Part II|
- Producer – Jordi Pujol
- Trombone, Leader – Earle Spencer
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