Rocky "Cole" Coluccio Appears on
||Hollywood Hop CD (2000) |
Rocky "Cole" Coluccio CD discography Recorded between 1940 and 1948.
Contains 26 tracks.
Personnel: Sam Donahue (tenor saxophone, trumpet, valve trombone); Ken Meisel (vocals, trombone); Shirley Lloyd (vocals); Al Horesh (guitar); Charlie Wade, Ralph LaPolla (saxophone); Tom Morgan, Jr. ...
||Take Five: 1945-1948 CD (2002) |
Rocky "Cole" Coluccio discography Cotains 25 tracks.
Personnel: Sam Donahue (vocals, tenor saxophone); Mynell Allen, Billie Lockwood, Shirley Lloyd (vocals); Benny Heller, Al Horesh, Hy White (guitar); Lennie Peterson, Max Kriseman, Joe Lenza, Joe Reisman, Manny Albam ...
||By Request CD (1993)
Rocky "Cole" Coluccio albums Recording information: 1941/1964.
Editor: John Jungklaus.
Arrangers: Deane Kincaide; Billy May.
Personnel: Alvino Rey (guitar, Spanish guitar); Yvonne King (vocals); Herbie Steward (reeds, tenor saxophone); Hal McKusick, Bud Estes, Deane Kincaide, Al Cohn, Zoot Sims ...
||By Arrangement CDs (2004) |
Rocky "Cole" Coluccio songs Track Listing of songs: DISC 1: Cherokee; Wrong Idea, The; Rockin' in Rhythm; Pompton Turnpike; Leapin' at the Lincoln; Afternoon of a Moax; Phylisse; Wings Over Manhattan, Pts. 1 & 2; Lights Out, Hold ...
||Studio Recordings 1951-1953 CDs (2003) |
Rocky "Cole" Coluccio music CDs Since the Billy May approach to arranging was often capable of blowing all but the strongest vocalists out of the room, a collection of his studio orchestra's unaccompanied recordings is welcome indeed. ...
||It's D'Lovely 1947-1950 CD (2004) |
Rocky "Cole" Coluccio CD discography Although the swing era was over by 1947, Tommy Dorsey put together a new orchestra and continued playing swing as if the era of the big bands was still in its prime ...
||All of Me CD (2003) |
Rocky "Cole" Coluccio albums The last survivor of the club of great arrangers who wrote regularly for Frank Sinatra, Billy May has had several varied careers in and out of jazz. His first notable gig was ...
||Music Goes Round & Round CD (2003)
Rocky "Cole" Coluccio discography There's something uplifting and reassuring about Tommy Dorsey's small ensembles, particularly when the tempo is up and the horns get a chance to turn on the heat. On The Music Goes Round ...
||Tribute To Billy May CD (2004) |
Rocky "Cole" Coluccio CD discography In early 2004, the music world lost one of its most distinguished talents. American composer, arranger, bandleader and trumpeter Billy May (born 1916) died on Jan. 22nd, prompting this exuberant tribute from ...
||Big Band Bash CD (1999) |
Rocky "Cole" Coluccio music CDs A 23-track collection of Dorsey classics, beginning with 1935's very Dixieland-ish "Weary Blues" and finishing up with the 1947 recording of his theme, "I'm Getting Sentimental Over You." Featured in the various ...
||King Of The Guitar: A Tribute CD (2005) |
Rocky "Cole" Coluccio songs To mark the passing in 2004 of "The King Of The Guitar," Alvino Rey, here is Living Era's unique tribute to a brilliant artist. This generous 26 track program of music from ...
||Post-War Era CD (1993) |
Rocky "Cole" Coluccio albums The funny part about this CD is that there is relatively little Dorsey on it. His trombone is mostly heard in a cameo role with the exception of "Trombonology." The real stars ...
||In The Land Of Hi-Fi CD (1956) |
Rocky "Cole" Coluccio music CDs Back in the '50s it wasn't that much of a stretch for a strictly pop singer like Doris Day or ...