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Glen Gray And The Casa Loma Orchestra - Mostly 1939

Glen Gray And The Casa Loma Orchestra - Mostly 1939
  • Performer Glen Gray And The Casa Loma Orchestra
  • Title Mostly 1939
  • Date of release 1992
  • Country US
  • Style Big Band, Swing
  • Label Circle
  • Catalog number CCD-36
  • Other formats CD, Album, Reissue, Remastered, Mono
  • Genre Jazz
  • Size MP3 1211 mb
  • Size FLAC 1777 mb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 968

Tracklist

1Tumblng Tumbleweeds
Vocals – Kenny SargentWritten-By – Bob Nolan
3:06
2Through (How Can You Say We're Through?)
Vocals – Kenny SargentWritten-By – J.V. Monaco, J. McCarthy
2:46
3For You
Vocals – Kenny SargentWritten-By – Al Dubin, Joseph A. Burke
2:48
4Sing Something Simple
Vocals – Pee Wee HuntWritten-By – Herman Hupfeld
3:29
5Melancholy Mood
Vocals – Kenny SargentWritten-By – Vic Knight, Walter Schumann
3:07
6A Lover's Lullaby (Twilight Reverie)
Written-By – Frankie Carle
3:01
7Sassin' The Boss
Written-By – Chick Adams, George MacKinnon, Larry Wagner
2:59
8Breeze (Blow My Baby Back To Me)
Written-By – MacDonald, Hanley, Goodwin
2:35
9It's Funny To Everyone But Me
Written-By – Jack Lawrence
2:49
10Under A Blanket Of Blue
Vocals – Kenny SargentWritten-By – Al I. Neiburg, Jerry Levinson, Marty Symes
2:52
11Sometimes I'm Happy
Written-By – Clifford Eney, Irving Caesar, Vincent Youmans
2:31
12If I Had My Way
Vocals – Kenny SargentWritten-By – James Kendis, Lou Klein
2:33
13Day In - Day Out
Vocals – Kenny SargentWritten-By – Johnny Mercer, Rube Bloom
3:02
14Memories Of You
Trumpet – Sonny DunhamWritten-By – Andy Razaf, Eubie Blake
2:48
15The Hour Of Parting
Written-By – Gus Kahn, Mischa Spoliansky
2:37
16Clementine (From New Orleans)
Vocals – Pee Wee HuntWritten By – JohnsonWritten-By – Warren, Creamer
2:31
17Love Grows On The White-Oak Tree
Vocals – Pee Wee HuntWritten-By – Clarence Todd
2:53
18Prelude In C-Sharp Minor
Written-By – S. Rachmaninoff
2:38

Credits

  • Alto SaxophoneArt Ralston, Clarence Hutchenreider, Danny D'Andrea, Glen Gray, Kenny Sargent, Murray McEachern
  • BassStanley Dennis
  • BassoonArt Ralston
  • ClarinetClarence Hutchenreider, Glen Gray, Pat David
  • Coordinator [Production]Wendell Echols
  • DrumsTony Briglia
  • FluteClarence Hutchenreider, Glen Gray, Kenny Sargent, Pat David
  • GuitarJack Burdette
  • LeaderGlen Gray
  • Liner NotesJay McGahee
  • Music ConsultantRichard Herbiek
  • OboeArt Ralston
  • Photography By [Cover]Walt Jones
  • PianoJoe Hall
  • ProducerGeorge H. Buck, Jr.
  • Remastered By [Tape]Jack Towers
  • Tenor SaxophonePat David
  • Transferred By [Digital], Mastered ByDon Jarvis
  • TromboneBilly Rauch, Murray McEachern, Pee Wee Hunt
  • TrumpetFrank Ryerson, Grady Watts, Sonny Dunham

Notes

Cover Photography taken on the Earle Theatre, Philadelphia, Penn., April 15, 1938

Companies

  • Copyright (c) – Circle Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Circle Records

Album

Glen Gray & The Casa Loma Orchestra, 1939-40 - Glen Gray, The Casa Loma Orchestra. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Album 1990 18 Songs. Until the rapid multiplication in the number of swing bands from 1935 on, the Casa Loma Orchestra was one of the top North American dance bands. With the decline of the big band business following the end of World War II, it disbanded in 1947. However, from 1957 to 1963, it re-emerged as a recording session band in Hollywood, made up of top-flight studio musicians under the direction of its most notable leader of the past. CD , Album, Reissue, Remastered, free to Glen Gray Mostly 1939 For You feat. Kenny Sargent, Sassin' the boss and more. 18 tracks 52:21. Glen Gray Knoblauch, better known as Glen Gray, 7 June 1900 23 August 1963 was a well-known jazz saxophonist and leader of the Casa Loma Orchestra. When he was 13 years old, Gray organized a group known as Spike's Jazz Band. A graduate of Roanoke High School, he later attended Illinois Wesleyan University but left to work as a bill clerk for the Santa Fe Railroad. In the late 1920s Gray was playing saxophone in the Orange Blossoms Band. The first of two Circle LPs featuring the Casa Loma Orchestra on radio transcriptions has six ballad vocals by Kenny Sargent, three more light-hearted ones from Pee Wee Hunt and just three instrumentals, none of which are all that exciting. Although the musicianship of the group is obviously high, the lack of any jazz-oriented material makes this release of lesser interest. This 1942 short from Glen Gray and the Casa Loma Orchestra features lindy hoppers Dean Collins and Jewel McGowan. Note that the shots where they dance the rapid multiplication in the number of swing bands from 1935 on, the Casa Loma Orchestra was one of the top North American dance bands. However, from 1957 to 1963, it re-emerged as a recording session band in Hollywood, made up of top-flight studio musicians under the direction of its most notable leader of the past, Glen Gray. The reconstituted band made a limited number appearances live and on television and recorded fifteen LP albums for Capitol Records before Gray died in 1963. Glen Gray & The Casa Loma Orchestra Glen Grey And The Casa Loma Orchestra. All songs by Glen Gray & His Casa Loma Orchestra. The Andrews Sisters, Vic Schoen & His Orchestra. Billboard Pop Hits Of 1940. Swing Jazz-Pop Vocal. Carter Burwell, Glen Gray & His Casa Loma Orchestra. Mildred Pierce - OST, Милдред Пирс - Саундтрек. Classical Music Instrumental OST. Glen Gray & His Casa Loma Orchestra. Live From The Meadowbrook Ballroom, cedar Grove, NJ. Solo Spotlight. Directed by Jean Negulesco. With Glen Gray, Casa Loma Orchestra, Dean Collins, Jewel McGowan. The popular dance band plays four songs. For the complete list, check the Soundtrack listing