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RHYTHMTOWN-JIVE
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ON THE MAIN STEM
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a1998
blues, funk, New Orleans, rhythm & blues, swing, rockabilly: Big Sale! This 3rd RJ album brings the band's diverse American roots into a solid blues focus with the addition of Johnnie Johnson on seven cuts, who writes three of them, including the sublime mood of "Johnnie's Idea" and the classic stroll of "Slow Drag" It also features a cameo by east coast R & B diva, Rahni Raines, and at times, the full three-man New Orleans-style horn section that the band features at their Mardi Gras Mambofest performances: Rob Sudduth (tenor sax - Huey Lewis, Amos Garrett), Ed Early (trombone - Albert King), and Michael Peloquin (bari sax). With six other originals mostly by lead vocalist/bassist Tim Eschliman (Commander Cody, Etta James), an Irma Thomas classic, a New Orleans brass band romp and a Pinetop Smith Boogie Woogie, a full pallette of top shelf rhythm & blues is delivered on this recording - topped off by drummer Jimmy Sanchez's crazed full- bore second line deviation, "Mighty Fine Day." Also appearing are Caroline Dahl, Stevie Gurr, Anthony Paule and Steve Freund. Total Running Time: 56 minutes.

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SELDOM HEARD HOT DANCE TUNES (1923-1929)
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VINTAGE MUSIC
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2012
BIG BAND, SWING, TRAD JAZZ : A collection of hot dance tunes starts off with a rare un-issued Edison 'Shufflin' Mose' by Lopez & Hamilton. Features 3 tunes by Ray Miller, including previously unreleased 'Mercy Percy' and one by Barney Trimble Oklahomans.

BILLY MAXTED AND HIS MANHATTAN JAZZ
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BILLY MAXTED AND HIS MANHATTAN JAZZ
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2011
BIG BAND, SWING, TRAD JAZZ : [1955-1966] Billy Maxted is a name one seldom hears when super musicians are mentioned. Yet, he began his playing and arranging with the likes of none other than Red Nichols from 1937 to 1940. He also played and arranged for Ben Pollack, Teddy Powell and Will Bradley. After serving in the Navy, he provided arrangements for Benny Goodman and Claude Thornhill. In 1947 and 1948 he co-led a band with Ray Eberle. In 1961 his swing version of 'Satin Doll' was in the top of the Billboard charts. (Collective Personnel: Chuck Forsythe, Lee Gifford, Sal Pace, Charlie Treager, Sonny Igoe, Dan Tracy, Jack Lesberg, more)

EAST BAY CITY JAZZ BAND
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EAST BAY CITY JAZZ BAND WITH JANE CAMPEDELLI
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2011
BIG BAND, SWING, TRAD JAZZ : [1974-1975] The East Bay City Jazz Band was formed in 1970 by Robin Verdier, pianist, and Walter Schwab, at a time when the New England area was realizing a significant growing interest in Trad Jazz. The leadoff tune, 'London Blues' is a seldom heard tune, in spite of the fact that documents show 59 recordings since it was written in 1923. The second and third tunes showcase the excellent vocal style of Jane Campedelli. From the hard driving arrangement of 'Black Bottom Stomp' to the superb rendition of the blues 'Skit Dat De Dat' this is traditional jazz at its best. (Personnel: George Ryan, Andy Kilgour, Bruce Burrell, Fred Walsh, Robin Verdier, Cal Owen, Chuck Stewart, Art Burns, Jane Campedelli)

BROADWAY BELL-HOPS WITH RED NICHOLS, BIX BEIDERBECKE, MIFF MOLE
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1926-1928
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2010
BIG BAND, SWING, TRAD JAZZ : [1926-1928] The Broadway Bellhops featured some of the most seminal artists of the period, including Red Nichols (trumpet) and Miff Mole (trombone). The Bell Hops came together to produce records for Columbia's budget label, Harmony. Under the leadership of Sam Lanin the Bell Hops formed a unique gathering of some of the most popular and hottest musicians of the time. The Bell Hops came together between recordings with other groups (including Jean Goldkette) and under the leadership of others, such as Ben Selvin and Frankie Trumbauer. (Collective Personnel: Bix Beiderbecke, Red Nichols, Miff Mole, Hymie Farberman, Bill Rank, Don Murray, Frank Trumbauer, Bobby Davis, Joe Venuti, Frank Signorelli, John Cali, Joe Tarto, Vic Burton) (Vocals: a- Billy Jones; b- Harmony Brothers; c- Arthur Fields; d- Irving Kaufman; e- Unknown)

JOE CANDULLO AND HIS ORCHESTRA
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(1926-1928)
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2010
BIG BAND, SWING, TRAD JAZZ : [1926-1928] Despite a music career that spanned more than 50 years, surprisingly little is known about bandleader, Joe Candullo. He was a regular on network radio, and he made more than 100 issued recordings. While the majority of his discs were released, from 1926 to 1929, Candullo was still in the studio, as late as 1954 (and possibly later). He was leading a popular orchestra at the Everglades, a restaurant on 46th Street and Broadway, in New York City. It was with this band that Candullo made his first recordings, on February 23, 1926. By April 1927, Joe Candullo and His Everglades Orchestra were making their first radio broadcasts over WMCA, in New York. (Collective Personnel: Red Nichols, Jimmy Dorsey, Jimmy McPartland, Glenn Miller, Mike Mosiello, Nick Farrara, Ray Bauduc, Sylvester Ahola, Irving Kaufman, Fud Livingston, more)

MAX KAMINSKY JAZZ BAND & ORCHESTRA
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CLASSIC JAZZ HOT HORN 1942 - 1960
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2010
BIG BAND, SWING, TRAD JAZZ : Max Kaminsky led a long and varied life in jazz, playing at one time or another with the greatest musicians in jazz history. This collection includes Brad Gowans, Pee Wee Russell, Joe Sullivan, Eddie Condon, Al Morgan and George Wettling and more.

BERNIE CUMMINS + HIS ORCHESTRA
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ORIGINAL 20S-30S HOT DANCE MUSIC
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2010
BIG BAND, SWING, TRAD JAZZ : [1927-1930] Though widely known for his good looks and athleticism, Bernie Cummins was even more highly regarded for his talent as a bandleader. His many recordings (beginning with Gennett in 1924) and his frequent radio broadcasts made him one of the most recognized bandleaders in the country. His ability to perform popular sweet numbers as effectively as his hot dance tunes made him a favorite among wide audiences, from the 1920s to the 1940s. This collection of recordings has been selected from the best of his Brunswick and Victor sessions, which were released under the name of Bernie Cummins and His Orchestra, Bernie Cummins and His Rose Room Orchestra and Bernie Cummins and His New York Biltmore Orchestra. Together, they echo the same energy and excitement as the radios, running boards and DC-3's that have come to symbolize the era.(Personnel: Paul Roberts, Karl Radlach, Walter Cummins, Paul Blakely)

JOE SULLIVAN
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PIANIST EXTRAORDINAIRE
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2009
BIG BAND, SWING, TRAD JAZZ : [1940-1955/1963] By October 1939, Joe Sullivan was leading his own band, at Cafe Society, in New York. Sometime after April 1940, he played at Nick's and began a residency at the Famous Door, which lasted until June 1941. Soon afterward, he returned to Cafe Society with a trio and remained there, until 1942. During this same period, he made numerous recordings with his own bands. He also participated in Eddie Condon's "Town Hall" broadcasts and played on several of Condon's Commodore sessions. In the spring of 1943, Sullivan was back in Los Angeles, where he led a band at the Swanee Inn. In 1945, he was featured in a duo with Meade Lux Lewis, at Chicago's Sherman Hotel. In 1951, Joe Sullivan performed on a "Voices of America" broadcast and began touring with Louis Armstrong and His All Stars. In 1952, he participated in several "Doctor Jazz" broadcasts over WMGM. Then, in August 1952, he played his first engagement at Club Hangover, in San Francisco where he settled permanently. (Collective Personnel: Eddie Anderson, Benny Morton, Edmond Hall, Danny Polo, Freddy Green, Henry Turner, Johnny Wells, Billy Taylor Sr., Yank Porter, Pee Wee Russell, Sutty Singleton, Max Kaminsky, Miff Mole, Jack Lesberg, Cutty Cutshall, Jeff Morgan)

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BAND THEME SONGS RARE AND FAMOUS
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2008
BIG BAND, SWING, TRAD JAZZ : [1929-1947] Although it is necessary in any collection of theme songs to include those tunes that immediately come to mind such as Benny Goodman, Glenn Miller, etc. we have attempted to include many bands that the casual listener may not recall. Of course the serious collectors of this type of music will know most of these bands. Although, even the serious collector might find the Johnny McGee theme with his excellent trumpet work new to them. Regarding Johnny McGee & His Orchestra, he made thirty two recordings for the Varsity label between February and June of 1940 yet, the Rust discography of American Dance Bands does not mention the band. Lords Discography does show two tune which are probably considered the bands' jazz sides. There is no question this was a quality band. While the Larry Clinton theme Dipsy Doodle, is well known, it is interesting to know that he never recorded the tune, and the broadcast version included here with vocal by Bea Wain, is the only time she ever sang this tune. Ben Pollack's theme, Song of the Islands, heard here, with the superb clarinet solo by Irving Fazola, is actually the recording that first brought the name of Fazola to prominence. Prior to that he was known almost exclusively in the New Orleans area. If you give a close listen the superb style of Fazola, it is easy to hear why he was the major influence on the musician Pete Fountain. One can almost hear Fazola on some of Fountain's popular recordings. Much has been said and written about how Benny Goodman as a leader in breaking down racial barriers in the music business and all of these are legitimate, but we should not forget other white band leaders who even before Goodman were also making giant strides to break the racial barriers. For example, give a listen to the Leo Reichman band theme. This white band chose a superb black trumpet player by the name of Bubber Miley who was feature soloist on many of the bands best recordings. Willie Bryant was not a musician although as a boy attempted to learn the trumpet. He was however, an accomplished dancer and vocalist in addition to being intelligent, witty and debonair. Although not a musician, he formed a band in 1934 for an engagement at the Savoy Ballroom in Harlem. On his theme heard here, listen for the Teddy Wilson piano and Cozy Cole choke that cymbal.(Artists: a- Van Alexander; b- Don Bestor; c- Will Bradley; d- Willie Bryant' e- Billy Butterfield; f- Bob Chester; g- Larry Clinton; h- Jack Denny; i- Benny Goodman; j- Jerry Gray; k- Mal Hallett; l- Woody Herman; m- Ina Ray Hutton Melodears; n- Isham Jonesl o- Dick Jurgens; p- Hal Kemp; q- Andy Kirk; r- Bert Lown; s- Johnny McGee; t- Glenn Miller; u- Russ Morgan; v- Ben Pollack; w- Joe Reichman; x- Leo Reichman; y- Artie Shaw; z- Chick Webb)

MOONLIGHTERS
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THE MISSING MOONLIGHTERS - LIVE / STUDIO CLOSET TAPES
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GLOBE RECORDS
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2008
rock, pop, rockabilly, rhythm & western, western swing, roots, americana: 2-CD set ($17.98 list). All previously unreleased tracks from the band that was led by Bill Kirchen and "moonlighted" from Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen... later to become his backing group. This release presents for the first time many popular mainstays of the live shows as well as some seldom heard, experimental studio recordings. These songs represent the early "Rhythm & Western" sound of the group as well as the later four-man, skinny-tie, rock/pop outfit. These recordings have a live-ness and songwriting that's missing from the two previous releases. Featuring Bill Kirchen, Tony Johnson, Richard Casanova (George Strait), Steve Mackay (Iggy Pop), Steve Fishell (Emmy Lou Harris), Don Kennedy, Rick Higginbotham, Tim Eschliman (Rhythmtown-Jive), Austin de Lone (Eggs Over Easy) with special guests Mark Karan (Ratdog) and James Henry. The live CD includes essential tunes that were staples of the band's live shows but didn't appear on the 2 previously existing releases, like Carl Perkins' "Boppin' the Blues," a few Rockpile numbers and the bands traditional rave-up set-closer, Warren Smith's "Ubangi Stomp." 3 songs from the early "Rhythm & Western" days of the band are included: the Cajun fiddling of "Mississippi Sawyer," "Big Mamou" which featured the 3-man section of fiddle, tenor sax & pedal steel and the sassy "Sittin' On Top Of The World," which adds to that section Bill Kirchen's wild trombone. Live recordings are also from Keystone Palo Alto, The Saddlerack (KFAT Fat-Fry), Keystone Berkeley, and Rohan's Rockpile. The studio CD, on the other hand, brings to light a more experimental side of the band. Three of the tracks were recorded live to 4-track in an afternoon as a pre-production session at Different Fur Studios in San Francisco and when heard by Austin's friend Nick Lowe, led to the arrangements for the recording of the Moonlighter's "Rush Hour" album, which Nick produced in London. Many of the other tracks are song demos of originals by drummer Tony Johnson or bassist Tim Eschliman, and several of those were recorded at Tim and Austin de Lone's at-the-time home studio, the earliest iteration of Globe Studios. Although not all of these recordings were Moonlighter projects per se, they happened to have been recorded by the band members and in some cases led to additions to the band's set lists. Studio recordings are also from Sonoma Recorders and Prairie Sun. Mastered by Fred Catero, Tim Eschliman and Tony Johnson. Packaged in all-recyclable mini-double jacket format.

SYLVESTER AHOLA
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RARE AND PERSONAL
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VINTAGE MUSIC
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2007
BIG BAND, SWING, TRAD JAZZ : [1924-1931] Sylvester Ahola- Trumpet, Mellophone, Drums. Material from Sylvester Ahola's personal collection. Several sides never issued. Though discographies show only three tunes wiht the Frank E. Ward Orch. there were actually five tunes and all are included here. Much of the material here is from sides recorded in the U.S. while most of the previously released material by Ahola was recorded in England. (Groups: a- Frank E. Ward & His Orch.; b- Paul Specht & His Orch.; c- California Ramblers,; d- Van & His Hotel Half Moon Orch.; e- Bert Firman Orch.; f- Henry Hudson's Melody Men; g- Ambrose & His Orch.; h- Philip Lewis & His Dance Orch.; i- Sylvester Ahola; j- Spike Hughes & His Decca-Dents; k- Peter Van Steeden & His Orch.) (Collective Personnel: Charlie Spivak, Eddie Brown, Phil Wall, Al Philburn, Chelsea Quealey, Adrian Rollini, Jimmy Smithy, Dennis Radcliffe, Johnny Heifer, Bert Firman, George Melanchrino, Sid Phillips, Bill Busby, Annunzio Mantovani, Danny Polo, Ted Heath, Rudy Starita, Spike Hughes, Joe Crossman, more)

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HOT FLASHES - RARE HIGH QUALITY SHORT LIVED BANDS
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VINTAGE MUSIC
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2006
BIG BAND, SWING, TRAD JAZZ : [1926-1931] This collection covers very rare short lived bands. In many instances these bands only made one record (two tunes). This collection includes eight different bands and the complete recorded output of each. (Artists: a- Musical Stevedores; b- Trombone Red & His Blue Six; c- Charlie Skeete & His Orchestra; d- Lew Weimer's Black & Gold Aces; e- Jelly James & His Fewsicians; f- Le Roy Tibbs & His Connies Inn Orchestra; g- Hunter's Serenaders; h- KXYZ Novelty Band; i- Mason-Dixon Orchestra).

BOBBY HACKETT
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LIVE AT NICK'S & BOSTON
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VINTAGE MUSIC
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2006
BIG BAND, SWING, TRAD JAZZ : [1938-1975] Material recorded live from Nick's in New York City on October 1949, the Baldwin Studios in October 1938, the Scotch & Serloin Restaurant, Boston in 1975, Thesaurus Transcriptions 1947 and Armed Forces Radio Transcrptions 1957. The material from Nicks and Scotch & Serloin as well as the Thesaurus Transcriptions have never been on LP or CD. (Personnel: Hank Duncan, Cliff Leeman, George Barnes, Jack Lesberg, Billy Maxted, Phil Olivella, Zutty Singleton, Joe Marsala, Eddie Condon, Pee Wee Russell, more)

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THE MISSOURIANS (1925 TO 1930)
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VINTAGE MUSIC
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2006
BIG BAND, SWING, TRAD JAZZ : [1925-1930] This CD traces the group formed by Wilson Robinson in St. Louis from the time they arrived in New York and began playing the Cotton Club in 1925 under the leadership of Andy Preer. After Preer's sudden death in 1927 the Cotton Club owner, Owney Madden, fired the group (and brought in Duke Ellington). The group left New York to accompany Ethel Waters under the leadership of George Scott. They returned to New York sometime in 1928 with the name The Missourians and vocalist Lockwood Lewis and became the house band at the Savoy. These recordings span from 1925 until a month before the Missourians hired a new vocalist, Cab Calloway who renamed the group, "Cab Calloway And His Orchestra" and became the house band at the Cotton Club when Ellington left for Hollywood. (Personnel: Louis Metcalf, DePriest Wheeler, Dave Jones, Charlie Stamps, Earres Prince, Andrew Brown, Eli Logan, Sidney DeParis, George Scott, Williams Thornton Blue, more)

FRED RICH & HIS ORCHESTRA
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(1926 - 1938)
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VINTAGE MUSIC
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2005
BIG BAND, SWING, TRAD JAZZ : Classic early recordings, including four recently discovered tunes and rareperformances from Vitaphone and Paramount shorts. Features Bunny Berigan, Jack Teagarden, Joe Venuti, Eddie Lang, Miff Mole, Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey, Adrian Rollini, Tony Parenti and many others. The music, on this compact disc, has been digitally restored using Dynamic Spectrum Sound. Dynamic Spectrum Sound is an exclusive and proprietary restoration technique that removes unwanted noise, while preserving the authentic sound of the original recordings, as intended by the artist. (Collective Personnel: Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey, Adrian Rollini, Jack Teagarden, Tony Parenti, Joe Venuti, Elmer Feldkamp, Eddie Lang, Bunny Berigan, Jerry Colonna, Babe Russin, Andy Sannella, Arthur Schutt, more)

THE JOHNNY NOCTURNE BAND
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GOOD TO THE DAMN BONE
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BLUE BUCKET RECORDS
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2005
swing, jazz, blues, rhythm & blues: This Johnny Nocturne CD is unique in that it features all three vocalist that have worked with the band over the years. All the tracks are previously unreleased. Brenda Boykin performs a beautiful rendition of "When Did You Leave Heaven," Kim Nalley is her usual sassy self with "That Cat's Evil," and Ms. Dee comes on with a bluesy take on "You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You." Firmin and the band continue with the unique mix of jump blues, small band swing, soul and jazz. "Good to the Damn Bone," is the first tenor sax, B-3 instrumental feature by the band. Firmin and Henry Salvia swing through this classic Willis Jackson blues head. This CD is a good introduction to this band if you haven't heard them yet. And a must addition to any previous Nocturne CDs. The Johnny Nocturne Band on these recordings is John Firmin / Johnny Nocturne: tenor sax and leaser; Henry Salvia: piano and organ; Alex Baum: bass; Anthony Paule: guitar; Keny Bryson and Terry Baker: drums; Marty Wehner and Derek James: trombone; Rob Sudduth, Marlo Green and Danny Bittker: baritone sax; Pete Sembler and Bill Ortiz: trumpet; band and Kurt Pasch: background shouts. Produced by John Firmin with Alex Baum and David Luke. Graphics by Mitsuko Baum.

NAT SHILKRET AND THE ALL STAR ORCHESTRA
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MORE THAN SATISFIED (1926-1928)
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VINTAGE MUSIC
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2005
BIG BAND, SWING, TRAD JAZZ : [1926-1928] The complete recordings of Nat Shilkret's All Star Orchestra. Featuring Benny Goodman, Tommy Dorsey, Glenn Miller and Jimmy McPartland. With Miff Mole, Joe Venuti, Carl Kress, Johnny Marvin and Chauncey Morehouse. In all, the All Star Orchestra made 18 recordings, from December 1927 to November 1929. Of these, 16 were released. While jazz enthusiasts will find much that is significant in these recordings, there are two which stand out above the others. These are the recordings of 'I'm More Than Satisfied' and 'Oh, Baby!' Both were recorded on March 21, 1928. The session was Benny Goodman's first, in New York. It was also the very first time that Benny Goodman recorded with Tommy Dorsey. At first glance, the band's name might appear to be just another case of over-used hyperbole. Except among those who were most acquainted with the band's members, this might have seemed the case, even in 1928 and 1929. But looking back, today, we know that Nat Shilkret kept the band true to its name. For it was, in fact, an All Star Orchestra. (Personnel: Benny Goodman, Tommy Dorsey, Glenn Miller, Jimmy McPartland, Miff Mole, Joe Venuti, Carl Kress, Johnny Marvin, Chauncey Morehouse).

TOOTS MONDELLO
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COMPLETE ORCHESTRA & BEST SIDEMAN RECORDINGS
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VINTAGE MUSIC
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2003
BIG BAND, SWING, TRAD JAZZ : {1936-1940] 25 track collection contains the complete recordings of clarinet/saxophonist Toots Mondello and His Orchestra, including nine of his best recordings with Benny Goodman and others. Also feautures the bands of Claude Thornhill, Ziggy Elman and Dick McDonough. Many of the selections on this CD are alternate takes which spotlight Mondello's solos in place of solos featured on the issued takes. (Personnel: Dick McDonough, Claude Thornhill, Ziggy Elman, Metronome All Stars, Benny Goodman).

PAUL SPECHT AND HIS ORCHESTRA
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RETRO-SPECHT
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2003
BIG BAND, SWING, TRAD JAZZ : [1925-1931] Heavily influenced by the new sound of jazz, Paul Specht became one of the most popular and innovative bandleaders of the 1920s. In addition to successfully pioneering the "band within a band" concept, he was the first to lead a dance band on broadcast radio. Features Artie Shaw, Larry Alpeter, Johnny Morris, Bob Chester, Sylvester Ahola, Roy Smeck, Arthur Schutt, Charlie Butterfield, Al Philburn, more. Tracks are from 1925-'31. (Collective Personnel: Artie Shaw, Larry Alpeter, Johnny Morris, Bob Chester, Sylvester Ahola, Roy Smeck, Arthur Schutt, Charlie Butterfield, Al Philburn, more).


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