Paul Whiteman And His Orchestra / All Star Trio And Their Orchestra - You're The Sweetest Girl / Vamping Rose album flac
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During the late '20s, Bing Crosby was a member of Paul Whiteman's Orchestra, as part of the sideline act the Rhythm Boys but also as an occasional featured vocalist. Though the biggest Whiteman/Crosby hits of the era aren't included on this collection, there is some very obscure material on this Chansons Records disc, including "At Twilight," "Bundle of Old Love Letters," -O-P-L-E," "I'm on the Crest of a Wave," "Out O' Town Gal," "I'm Bringing . feat: Paul Whiteman Orchestra. 15. I'm a Dreamer, Aren't We All? Lew Brown, Buddy DeSylva, Ray Henderson.
Discover all Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. You're the Top (1935) by Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra, Peggy Healy and John Hauser. is a cover of. You're the Top by Cole Porter (1934). I'll See You in My Dreams (1925). I'll See You in My Dreams by Isham Jones and Ray Miller and His Orchestra (1925).
orchestra, active in the mid 1970s, whose repertoire were arrangements from "The Roaring 20s". Variations: Viewing All The New Paul Whiteman Orchestra. New Paul Whiteman Orchestra.
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Performer: All Star Trio and Their Orchestra Writer: Charles Koehler; Earl Burtnett. Digitized at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer this record. They are . mm truncated eliptical, . mm truncated conical, . mm truncated eliptical. have been copied to have the more friendly filenames. Matrix number: 18834B Catalog number: 18834-B. Sheet music courtesy of digitalcommons.
Paul Whiteman and his orchestra in 1921. In 1919, Paul Whiteman hired Grofé to use similar techniques for his band. Whiteman was educated in classical music, and he called his new band's music symphonic jazz. The methods of dance bands marked a step away from New Orleans jazz. Gloria Parker had a radio program on which she conducted the largest all-girl orchestra led by a female. She led her Swingphony while playing marimba. Phil Spitalny, a native of Ukraine, led a 22-piece female orchestra known as Phil Spitalny and His Hour of Charm Orchestra, named for his radio show, The Hour of Charm, during the 1930s and 1940s Movies.
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|–||You're The Sweetest Girl - Medley
Written-By – Marion Stanford
|A1a||–Paul Whiteman And His Orchestra||You're The Sweetest Girl|
|A1b||–Paul Whiteman And His Orchestra||What Could Be Sweeter|
|B||–All Star Trio And Their Orchestra||Vamping Rose
Written-By – Schuster*, Violinsky
- Record Company – Victor Talking Machine Co.
- Cornet [Uncredited] – Earl Oliver (tracks: B)
- Piano [Uncredited] – Victor Arden (tracks: B)
- Saxophone [Uncredited] – Wheeler Wadsworth (tracks: B)
- Trombone [Uncredited] – Tom Brown (tracks: B)
- Tuba [Uncredited] – Gus Helleberg (tracks: B)
- Violin [Uncredited] – Ed Violinsky (tracks: B)
- Xylophone [Uncredited] – George Hamilton Green (tracks: B)
Side A (Mx. B-25309-11) was recorded June 16, 1921, Camden, NJ.
Side B (Mx. B-25433-4) was recorded June 9, 1921, New York, NY.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, Runout): Q 18787A 11 11
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, Runout): X 18787B 2 4