||This Is Hep CDs (2008) |
Earl Hardy music CDs Track Listing of songs: DISC 1: Gotta Darn Good Reason Now; St. Louis Blues; Is That Religion?; Some of These Days; Nobody's Sweetheart; St. James Infirmary; Minnie the Moocher; ...
||Strictly Lunceford CDs (2007) |
Earl Hardy albums 2007 four CD box set from Proper. The Jimmie Lunceford band was one of the outstanding black big bands of the '30s and '40s. The relative lack ...
||75th Birthday Celebration CDs (1993) |
Earl Hardy songs Recorded between 1935 and 1955. Includes liner notes by Milt Gabler and Dan Morgenstern.
This attractive two-CD set, released to celebrate Fitzgerald's 75th birthday, is a perfect greatest-hits ...
||Legendary, Vol. 5 CD (2002) |
Earl Hardy music CDs The final disc in a five-volume series from the obscure British label Acrobat, The Legendary, Vol. 5 concentrates on the series of early-'40s sides recorded by Ella ...
||1940-1941 CD (1996) |
Earl Hardy CD discography The sixth in Classics' six-CD series that completely reissues all of Ella Fitzgerald's early recordings has her final 23 performances as the head of what was formerly ...
||It's the Way That You Swing It: The Hits of Jimmie CDs (2002) |
Earl Hardy discography It's the Way That You Swing It: The Hits of Jimmie captures 48 gems by the big band leader and saxophonist recorded in the heyday of the ...
||Quintessence: New York (1936-1948) CDs |
Earl Hardy albums (2-CD set) "Ella Fitzgerald is unrivaled". Duke Ellington - Track Listing of songs: MY MELANCHOLY BABY ALL MY LIFE DID YOU MEAN IT ? 'TAINT' WHAT ...
||Fabulous Mr. Calloway CD (2001) |
Earl Hardy CD discography Recorded between 1933 and 1950. Includes liner notes by Scott Yanow.
All tracks have been digitally remastered.
Personnel: Arville Harris (alto, clarinet, tenor saxophone); Eddie Barefield, Jerry Blake (alto, ...
||Rhythm & Romance CD (1997) |
Earl Hardy music CDs Titled Rhythm & Romance for a good reason, this decade (minus the 1942 recording ban) of mono sides for Ella Fitzgerald is an interesting cross-section of her ...
||52nd Street: The Street Of Jazz CDs (1998) |
Earl Hardy songs Track Listing of songs: DISC 1: SWING STREET: Tea for Two; Let's Have a Jubilee; Honeysuckle Rose; Liza (All the Clouds'll Roll Away); I'm Coming Virginia; Music Goes 'Round ...
||Early Years, PT. 2 CDs (1993) |
Earl Hardy albums THE EARLY YEARS, PART II covers the period in Ella Fitzgerald's career from her last recordings with Chick Webb's Orchestra in 1939 to her recordings with Her ...
||1942-1947 CD (1998) |
Earl Hardy discography The final CD of the Classic label's complete reissuance of Cab Calloway's 1930-47 recordings also includes the last recordings of Cab with his regularly working big band. ...
||Radio Years 1939-46 CD (2003) |
Earl Hardy CD discography Recorded between 1939 & 1946.
Personnel: Benny Carter (clarinet, alto saxophone, trumpet); Mercedes Carter, Lucy Elliot, Savannah Churchill (vocals); James Cannady, John "BJ John" Smith, Arnold Adams (guitar); ...
||Strong Tenor of Mr. Quebec 1943/1946 CD (2000) |
Earl Hardy discography THE STRONG TENOR OF MR. QUEBEC 1943/1946 features Ike Quebec playing in various combos of the Swing era.
Recorded between 1943 & 1946. Includes liner notes by Jacques ...
||1945-1947 CD (2000) |
Earl Hardy songs Recorded between 1945 and 1947. Includes liner notes by Anatol Schenker.
After a lengthy run of carefully laid-out chronological Lunceford, the folks at Classics gathered up material that ...
||1941-1945 CD (1996) |
Earl Hardy CD discography Jimmie Lunceford's Orchestra was starting to decline during the period covered by this 1996 CD from the European Classics label. There are nine numbers (including a two-part ...
||Jumpin' Jive 1938-1946 CD (1994) |
Earl Hardy albums An excellent collection of prime late-30s and 40s material. ~ Ron Wynn
Unknown Contributor Role: Bill "Bojangles" Robinson .
Personnel: Cab Calloway (vocals); Danny Barker , John Smith (guitar); ...