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When Its Sleepy Time Down South - Benny Goodman - The Famous Benny Goodman Orchestra 1937-1938 (Vinyl, LP)

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Download When Its Sleepy Time Down South - Benny Goodman - The Famous Benny Goodman Orchestra 1937-1938 (Vinyl, LP)
1974
Label: World Record Club - S-5721,World Record Club - S-5722 • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Compilation, Club Edition • Country: Australia • Genre: Jazz • Style: Big Band


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9 thought on “ When Its Sleepy Time Down South - Benny Goodman - The Famous Benny Goodman Orchestra 1937-1938 (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Bazilkree says:
    TIME Let's Dance. Benny Goodman and His Orchestra. 1. PREVIEW Don't Be That Way (Live) 2. Memories of You. 5. PREVIEW Somebody Stole My Gal. 6. PREVIEW Clarinet a la King. Benny Goodman and His Orchestra. 7. PREVIEW Jersey Bounce. Benny Goodman and His Orchestra. 8. PREVIEW Why Don't You Do Right? 9.
  2. Zolom says:
    May 05,  · Benny Goodman and His Orchestra "When It's Sleepy Time Down South" on Victor , recorded on July 7, The arranger is Fletcher Henderson. The record label is interesting- .
  3. Meztile says:
    The Benny Goodman & His Orchestra are still considered one of the top big bands ever. With a trumpet section featuring Harry James, Ziggy Elman, and Chris Griffin; pianist Jess Stacy and drummer Gene Krupa in the rhythm section; the leader's clarinet; and his trio and quartet with Teddy Wilson and Lionel Hampton, it is no wonder that Benny Goodman was so popular during this era.
  4. Dujas says:
    Artist: Song Title: Year: Chart Entries: 1: Benny Goodman: Sing, Sing, Sing (With A Swing) Grammy Hall of Fame in (), ASCAP song of , US invalid BB 3 of , Peel list 3 of , POP 3 of , nuTsie 4 of s, US Billboard 7 - (6 weeks), Music Imprint 16 of s, Brazil 54 of , RIAA , Acclaimed (), WXPN
  5. JoJohn says:
    May 30,  · "Benny Goodman at Carnegie Hall in takes a stand that jazz, however folk-rooted, can be high art and can make it just as a listening concern," jazz historian Phil Schaap says.
  6. Micage says:
    After a bad tour, The Goodman Band was given a break in August, , when Benny and his band performed at the Carnegie Hall On January 16, , Benny and his band performed at the most prestigious music building of the time -.
  7. Gokinos says:
    This song was inspired by the famous bandleader Benny Goodman, whose story captivated Saint Motel lead singer A/J Jackson. When Jackson researched Goodman, he learned that the bandleader toured across America with his orchestra, but almost ran out of money by the time they hit California.
  8. Nikolar says:
    June 14, OBITUARY BENNY GOODMAN, KING OF SWING, IS DEAD By JOHN S. WILSON. Benny Goodman, the King of Swing whose clarinet led a generation of music fans into the Big Band era in the 's, died yesterday afternoon at his Manhattan apartment, apparently of a heart attack.
  9. Zulkikus says:
    By , clarinetist Benny Goodman was already known as "The King of Swing" — the leader of the most popular dance band in America at a time when swing jazz was America's most popular music. But nobody knew how it would be received in Carnegie Hall, America's temple to classical music. "That January 16 th back in was a Sunday, and a cold one," Goodman recalled in a commentary .

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