||Harry James with Dick Haymes 1940 CD (1995) |
Truett Jones songs the finest of Harry James' rare 1940 Varsity titles, w. newcomer vocalist, Dick Haymes
Contains 19 tracks.
Personnel: Harry James (trumpet); Dick Haymes (vocals); Bryan "Red" Kent (guitar); Claude Lakey (alto saxophone); Vido Musso (tenor saxophone); ...
||Bandstand Memories: 1938 to 1948 CDs (1994) |
Truett Jones music CDs Track Listing of songs: DISC 1: Ciribiribin; Sheik of Araby, The; Begin the Beguine; Limehouse Blues; Some of These Days; I Surrender, Dear; King Porter Stomp; Don't Worry 'Bout Me; Stardust; Fannie May; Wishing (Will Make It ...
||New York World's Fair - 1940/The Blue Room, Hotel Lincoln 1941 CD (2009) |
Truett Jones CD discography Recording information: Blue Room, Hotel Lincoln, NYC (05/12/1941); Dancing Campus At The World's Fair, Flushing Meadow, NY (05/12/1941); Blue Room, Hotel Lincoln, NYC (05/1941); Dancing Campus At The World's Fair, Flushing Meadow, NY (05/1941); Blue ...
||I've Heard That Song Before: The Hits of Harry James CDs (2001) |
Truett Jones discography A good, old-fashioned hits collection. Includes I'm Beginning to See the Light; It's Been a Long, Long Time; Sleepy Lagoon; I Don't Want to Walk Without You; All or Nothing at All; Strictly Instrumental; I'll ...
||All or Nothing at All CD (1995) |
Truett Jones albums This 17-track, 53-and-a-half-minute disc of air checks chronicles the first year of the Harry James band, when a 23-year-old Frank Sinatra was its featured male vocalist. Sinatra is heard on nine tracks, eight of which ...
||Music Makers CD (2002) |
Truett Jones CD discography At 23 tracks spanning 1939 to 1951, this import offers a pretty fair portrait of the all-time great trumpeter and bandleader! Includes I Found a New Baby; Easter Parade; Jealousy; Prince Charming; Ultra; September Song; ...
||Complete Recordings (1939) CD (1995) |
Truett Jones music CDs Harry James & His Orchestra Featuring Frank Sinatra: Harry James (trumpet); Frank Sinatra (vocals); Dave Matthews (alto saxophone); Claude Lakey (alto & tenor saxophones, trumpet); Bill Luther, Drew Page (tenor & baritone saxophones); Claude Bowen, ...
||1939-1940 CD (1998) |
Truett Jones songs This third installment in the Classics Harry James chronology opens with nine solid sides recorded in Los Angeles during November of 1939. Seven of these are fine examples of big-band swing created expressly for dancing ...
||Radio Years 1940-41 CD (1997) |
Truett Jones albums The two well-recorded broadcasts included on this 1997 Danish CD feature the Harry James Orchestra just prior to its rise to the top of the big band world. James is the dominant soloist, although tenor ...
||1940-1941 CD (1999) |
Truett Jones discography Harry James cut 29 titles for the Varsity label during his one-year "banishment" from Columbia. The fourth installment in the Classics Harry James chronology documents 16 of these, recorded in May, July, and August of ...
||Telemann, Bach: Trio Sonatas / Julius Baker, Bradley Garner CDs (1990) |
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||Razzle Dazzle CD (1994) |
Truett Jones albums Recorded between 1938 and 1942.
Personnel: Harry James (trumpet); Harry James; Helen Forrest, Helen Humes (vocals); Benny Heller, Bryan "Red" Kent (guitar); John DeVoogdt, Ray Martinez, Alex Pevsner, Sam Rosenblum, Samuel Caplan, Cyril Towbin, Abraham Hochstein, ...
||Yes, Indeed! CD (1993) |
Truett Jones music CDs These reissued recordings from 1936-1942 reveal a window of the trumpeter Harry James and his big band in peak form, and contains some prime material. Considering the time frame and recording techniques, the digitally reproduced ...
||Young & Swinging CD (1995) |
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