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Harry James And His Orchestra ,with Kitty Kallen ,and Buddy DeVito - On The Radio 1944-45 album flac

  • Performer: Harry James And His Orchestra
  • Album: On The Radio 1944-45
  • FLAC: 1883 mb | MP3: 1346 mb
  • Released: 2008
  • Country: US
  • Style: Brass Band
  • Rating: 4.2/5
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Harry James And His Orchestra ,with Kitty Kallen ,and Buddy DeVito - On The Radio 1944-45 album flac

Tracklist

1 Programme Introduction
2 Too Much In Love
3 It Could Happen To You
4 On The Alamo
5 I'll Remember April
6 I'll Walk Alone
7 You Send Me
8 Take It Easy
9 Back Beat Boogie
10 In Times Like These
11 Cherry
12 Every Day Of My Life
13 It's Been So Long
14 King Porter Stomp
15 Just You, Just Me
16 I'm Confessin'
17 I Cover The Waterfront
18 Opus Number One

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LP12-112 Harry James And His Orchestra June 6 - 1944 The D-Day Broadcasts ‎(LP, Album) Fanfare Records LP12-112 US 1977
JH-1023 Harry James And His Orchestra June 6, 1944 The D-Day Broadcast With Announcement That The Allied Invasion Had Begun ‎(CD) Jazz Hour Compact Classics JH-1023 US 1992

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Song by Harry James and Kitty Kallen. A recording by Harry James with vocals by Kitty Kallen reached No. 1 Billboard Hot 100 chart on November 24, 1945. A version by Bing Crosby (recorded on July 12, 1945) accompanied by the Les Paul Trio was also working its way up the charts Crosby's version lasted a week at No. 1, then was ousted by Sammy Kaye's "Chickery Chick Les Paul recalled in an interview for Mojo magazine, "Bing was a sucker for guitar and that particular song was a case of you don't have to play a lot of notes, you just have to play the right notes.

Trumpet, Leader – Harry James (2). Notes. Tracks 1 to 14 recorded on June 6, 1944. Tracks 15 to 17 recorded on December 3, 1944 at Casino Gardens. Track 18 recorded on December 1945. June 6 - 1944 The D-Day Broadcasts ‎(LP, Album). Fanfare Records (3). LP12-112.

Today on the radio: FM hits. Harry James & His Orchestra, Kitty Kallen. I'm Beginning to See the Light. Harry James & His Orchestra. Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea. Harry James & His Orchestra, Helen ForrestBuddy MorenoRay HeathJohn DeVoogdt). I've Heard That Song Before.

1 Programme Introduction 2 Too Much In Love 3 It Could Happen To You 4 On The Alamo 5 I'll Remember April 6 I'll Walk Alone 7 You Send Me 8 Take It Easy 9 Back Beat Boogie 10 In Times Like These 11 Cherry 12 Every Day Of My Life 13 It's Been So Long 14 King Porter Stomp.

With a string section worthy of Artie Shaw and vocals by spunky Kitty Kallen and crooner Buddy DeVito, the Harry James Orchestra were well received by a population stressed out from rationing, wartime production, and global conflict. The relatively small number of instrumentals heard here are perfect period pieces  . feat: Harry James & His Orchestra.

The Harry James Orchestra v/Kitty Kallen It’s Been a Long Time. Kitty Kallen with Harry James I’m Beginning To See The Light. Harry James and His Orchestra with Kitty Kallen Waitin' For The Train To Come In. (play).

teamtramman Pretty Kitty Kallen certainly lived up to her nickname. My father told me he and his officers grew to hate this particular track as it was played more or less continuously by US troops en route to Korea. On the other hand his crew were all in love with Kitty! Имя. Комментарий. Добавить комментарий. Kitty Kallen - The wonder of you. The Harry James Orchestra ft. Kitty Kallen. Kitty Kallen - I'll Walk Alone (1944)