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  • C.W.U. MUSIC LIBRARY JAZZ DISCOGRAPHY SIXTH EDITION UPGRADED 04/ [Listeners should also consult the GENERAL COLLECTIONS, BLUES COLLECTIONS, and the.
  • Charlie Barnet And His Orchestra A: Pompton Turnpike B: Leapin' At The Lincoln: RCA Victor Gold Standard USA: 7" 0: Charlie Barnet And His Orchestra A1: Comanche War Dance A2: Iroquois B1: From The Land Of The Sky Blue Waters B2: Indian Summer: RCA Victor USA: EP: 0: Charlie Barnet And His Orchestra Hop On The.
  • Citing this page: (MLA Style) Abrams, Steve and Settlemier, Tyrone. "BLUEBIRD 78rpm numerical listing discography: - " The Online Discographical Project.
  • Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Charlie Barnet And His Orchestra - Dance Bash at Discogs. Complete your Charlie Barnet And His Orchestra collection.
  • Aug 05,  · 78_tappin-at-the-tappa_charlie-barnet-and-his-orchestra-charlie-barnet_gbiab Location USA Run time Scanner Internet Archive Python library Scanningcenter George Blood, L.P. Size Source 78 User_cleaned Perry Longo User_metadataentered Perry Longo User_transferred Perry Longo.
  • motion picture | Made-for-TV series. Short film (under 30 minutes). "Skyliner" by Charlie Barnet; "Harlem nocturne" by Earle Hagen; "Cherokee" by Ray Noble; "It's delovely", "Begin the beguine" by Cole Porter; "Blues in the night" by Johnny Mercer, Harold Arlen; "Heart of my heart" by Andrew Mack; "So rare" by Jerry Herst, Jack Sharpe; "Song of India" by Nicholas Rimsky-Korsakov. (Songs). Les.
  • CHARLIE BARNET ORCHESTRA. Role: Orchestra Album Title: Catalogue No: Work Category: CLASSICS IN JAZZ - The Modern Idiom (, ) Naxos Jazz Archives JZ: Jazz JAZZ LEGENDS - Duke Ellington, Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday, Glenn Miller: Naxos Jazz Legends
  • charlie barnet and his orchestra, be-bop spoken here / gloomy sunday– capitol On 4/25/49 in New York City, Maynard entered the studio with Charlie Barnet to lay down these two tracks. To my knowledge, this is the earliest extant studio recording by Maynard, and this is the original media on which it was issued in