Thursday, 10 February 2011

TOMMY Dorsey, JIMMY Dorsey AND EDDIE Lang, 1928-29 | PMC 7133


TOMMY Dorsey, JIMMY Dorsey AND EDDIE Lang, 1928-29 - Complete Recordings 1935-1939

SIDE ONE


1. BUGLE CALL RAG (JackPettis-IrvingMills-ElmerSchoebel) (401958-C) (f) L. Wright-Britico
2. FREEZE AN' MELT (DorothyFields-JimmyMcHugh) (401959-B) (f) L. Wright-MCPS-MWsMuse
3. HOT HEELS (IrvingMllls-JackPettls-AlGoering) (40J60-C) (f) MCPS-Gotham Music
4. IT'S RIGHT HERE FOR YOU (PerryBradford) (401308-C) (d) Feldman-MCPS-Britico-NCB
5. TIGER RAG (Original Dixieland Jazz Band) (401309-C) (d) Fe!dman-MCPS-Britico-Publ. F. Day-NCB
6. BEEBE Qimmy Dorsey) (401877-B) (g)  Robbins Music-MCPS-Britico-F. Day-France Melodie-NCB 1m PR A YIN' THE BLUES (JimmyDorsey) (401878-C) (g)
8. DADDY, CHANGE YOUR MIND (Wllson-Ouarente) (401821-B) (e) Feldman-MCPS-Publ.F.Day-NCB
9. YOU CAN'T CHEAT A CHEATER (Napoleon-TommyDorsey-FrankSignorelli) (401822-C) (e) Southern Music-NCB

SIDE TWO

1. WHAT KIND O' MAN IS YOU? (Hoagy Carmiohael) (403031-A) (h) Mills Music-MCPS
2. WALKIN'  THE DOG  (SheltonBrooks) (403032-C) (h) FrancisDay-MCPS-NCB
3. MARCH OF THE HOODLUMS (Hoagy Carmichael) (403033-B) (h) L. Wright-MCPS-MillsMusic
4. I WISH I COULD SHIMMY LIKE MY SISTER KATE   (AJ.Piron) (400168-A) (a) Lawrence Wright
5. MOBILE BLUES   (Fred Rose-AlbertE. Short) (400169-B) (a) H. Darewski-E.H. Morris
6. STACK O'LEE BLUES rrrad.) (400647-B) (b)
1* CHINESE BLUES   (Moore-Gardner) (400653-B) (c) H. Darewski-E.H. Morris
8. SOMEBODY'S WRONG   (Marshall-Egan-Whiting) (400654-B) (c) FrancisDay-MCPS-Britico-NCB

Compiled from the E.M.I Archives by CHRIS ELLIS.

PERSONNEL:

(a) BOYD SENTER AND HIS SENTERPEDES: Mickey Bloom (trumpet). Tommy Dorsey (trombone), Boyd Senter (clarinet). Jimmy Dorsey (alto saxophone), Jack Russell (piano), Eddie Lang (guitar). Recorded: New York, March 23rd. 1928.
(b) As for (a), but Charlie Butterfield (trombone) replaces Dorsey. Recorded: New York, May 3rd. 1928.
(c) As for (a), but Vie Berton (drums) added. Recorded: New York, May 8th. 1928.
(d) TOMMY DORSEY: Trumpet Solos, ace. by Arthur Schutt (harmonium), Eddie Lang (guitar). Jimmy Williams (brass and string bass), Stan King (drums). Recorded: New York, November 10.1928.
(e) TOMMY DORSEY AND HIS NOVELTY ORCHESTRA: Tommy Dorsey (trumpet). Frank Signorelli (piano), Eddie Lang (guitar), Stan King (drums). Recorded: New York, April 23rd. 1929.
(f) EDDIE LANG AND HIS ORCHESTRA: Leo McConville (trumpet). Tommy Dorsey (trumpet and trombone). Jimmy Dorsey (clarinet and alto saxophone), Arthur Schutt (piano). Eddie Lang (guitar), Joe Tarto (string bass), Stan King (drums). Recorded: New York, May 22nd, 1929.
(g) JIMMY DORSEY: Alto saxophone (BEEBE) or clarinet (PRAYIN1 THE BLUES) solos, ace. by Leo McConville and Manny Klein (trumpets). Tommy Dorsey (trombone), Alfie Evans (alto saxophone), Paul Mason (tenor saxophone), Arthur Schutt (piano), Eddie Lang (guitar), Joe Tarto (string bass), Stan King (drums). Recorded: New York, June 13th, 1929. (h) EDDIE LANG AND HIS ORCHESTRA: Andy Secrest and Charlie Margulis (trumpets). Bill Rank (trombone), Bernard Daly and Charles Strickfaden (alto saxophones), Izzy Friedman (clarinet and tenor saxophone), Henry Whiteman (violin), Hoagy Carmichael (piano and celeste), Eddie Lang (guitar), Mike Trafficante (string bass), George Marsh (drums), Mildred Bailey (vocal on WHAT KIND 0' MAN IS YOU?). Recorded: New York, October 5th, 1929.

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