||Hot Pie CD (2003) |
George Scott Wood albums This is a musical portrait of one of the most influential British musicians of his generation. Most notably, George Scott-Wood founded one of the hottest small British jazz groups of the '30s, The Six Swingers, featuring jazz greats Freddy Gardner and Te
Recording information: London, England (02/1933-01/1941).
Personnel includes: George Scott Wood (vocals, leader, arranger, piano); Esther Coleman, Al Bowlly, Sam Browne, Cavan O'Connor, Sam Costa (vocals).
Personnel: Al Bowlly, Sam Browne, Brian Lawrence, Cavan O'Connor (vocals); Joe Young (guitar, banjo); Harry Berly (viola, clarinet); E.O. Pogson (clarinet, oboe); Freddy Gardner (clarinet, alto saxophone, baritone saxophone); Reg Pink (clarinet, tenor saxophone); Max Goldberg (trumpet); Jock Fleming, Lew Davis, Ted Heath (trombone); Arthur Young (piano); Jock Jacobson (xylophone, drums); Dick Ball, Dick Escott, George Gibbs (double bass); Max Abrams , Max ...
||Retrospective George Scott-Wood (2013) |
George Scott Wood songs Track Listing of songs: Can't We Meet Again; Chicken Reel; Coffee In The Morning And Kisses In The Night; Evergreens Of Jazz; Hot Pie; Hot Pie Second Helping; Hot Pie Third Helping; Hot Pie Fourth Helping; In A Little Gypsy Tearoom; On A Local Train Journey; Piano Pie; Rhythm Is Our Business; Shadows On The Pavement; Shy Serenade; Somewhere In The Blue Ridge Mountains; South Sea Island Magic; Stars Over Devon; Stop Beatin' 'Round The Mulberry Bush; Stormy Weather; Continental; Darktown Strutters' Ball; Nearness Of You; Shadow Waltz; This Is Romance; Tina; When A Lady Meets A Gentleman Down South; You Can't Stop Me From Dreaming;
||Keep Tempo CD (2000) |
George Scott Wood CD discography Personnel includes: George Scott Wood (vocals); Sam Browne, Sam Costa, Marjorie Stedeford, Harry Bentley, Frank Kerslake.
||Volume 2 - Swing For Sale CD |
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||Orchestral Jewels CD (2006) |
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||Oh, What a Night for Romancing CD (2003) |
George Scott Wood discography British singer Sam Browne was, along with Al Bowlly, the voice of the '30s. He was the vocalist chosen by many of the top bandleaders and he made well over 1,000 recordings. This compilation shines the spotlight on Browne's vocal artistry while fronting
Liner Note Author: Peter Dempsey.
Recording information: London, England (02/08/1930-01/01/1949).
Unknown Contributor Roles: Arthur Lally; Peter Rush.
Arranger: Lew Stone.
Personnel: Sonny Farrar, Joe Brannelly (guitar, banjo); Danny Perri, Bert Thomas, Harry Thorne, Bill Tringham, Eddie Pullen, Harry Sherman, Arche Slavin, Billy Herbert, Ronald Ogilvie, George Elliot, Jack Cooper, Bert Weedon (guitar); Les Cripwell, George Melachrino (violin, clarinet, tenor saxophone); Jan Castelli (violin, alto saxophone); Dick Willows, Eric Siday, Reginald Leopold, Reginald Pursglove, Ernie Lewis, Dave Fish, Joe Maisac, Eddie Hooper, Syd Lipton, Maurice Loban, Annunzio P. Mantovani (violin); Harry Berly (viola, ...
||Sweet 'N Hot CD (2002) |
George Scott Wood CD discography Born on Dec. 23rd 1910, the "golden tone saxophone" of Freddy Gardner was heard for only a very short time before his untimely death in 1950 at the tragically early age of 39. His unique talent can be heard on this re-mastered CD release covering 15 of t
Recording information: London, England.
Directors: Petty Officer George Crow; Mario Lorenzi; George Scott-Wood.
Personnel: Freddy Gardner (vocals, clarinet, alto ...
||More Tea Vicar CD |
George Scott Wood music CDs Track Listing of songs: Everything Stops For Tea; Tea for Two; Put Another Chair at the Table; Rockin' Chair; If I Knew You Were Coming I'd've Baked a Cake; Shortnin' Bread; Home Cookin'; When I Take My Sugar to Tea; Five O'Clock Whistle; Teddy Bears' Picnic; Picnic For Two; Tater Pie; Nice Cup of Tea; You're the Cream in My Coffee; Coffee in the Morning and ...