Peanuts Holland Appears on
||Leapin' at the Lincoln CD (2003)
Peanuts Holland music CDs In the pantheon of Big Band leaders of the genres 30's and 40's heyday, saxophonist Charlie Barnet is perhaps unfairly linked with second division bands. ...
||Swiss Radio Days, Vol. 11: Live from Geneva 1946 CD (1999) |
Peanuts Holland CD discography Don Redman/Don Redman Orchestra: Don Redman; Inez Cavanaugh (vocals); Peter Clark (alto saxophone); Bob William (trumpet); Jackie Carman (trombone); Ted Sturgis (bass guitar); Buford Oliver ...
||Showcase CD (2004) |
Peanuts Holland discography Charlie Barnet & His Orchestra: Dodo Marmarosa, Lena Horne, Peanuts Holland, Shorty Rogers, Barney Kessel.
This CD of music from 1941-47 features Dodo Marmarosa, Peanuts Holland, ...
||For Europeans Only CD |
Peanuts Holland albums The music on this CD reissue is taken from the first visit by an American band to Denmark after World War II. Arranger/singer/altoist Don Redman, ...
||Club Session CD (2002) |
Peanuts Holland songs -JAZZ IN PARIS- COLLECTION // W; BUCK CLAYTON
Recording information: Paris, France (??/??/1953-09/22/1955); Schola Cantorum, Paris, France (??/??/1953-09/22/1955).
Personnel: Buck Clayton (trumpet); Jean-Pierre Sasson (guitar); Michel de ...
||Those Swingin' Years CD (1996) |
Peanuts Holland music CDs With Kay Starr
Personnel: Charlie Barnet (soprano saxophone, alto saxophone).
Liner Note Author: Gordon "Whitey" Mitchell.
||Drop Me Off In Harlem CD |
Peanuts Holland CD discography Charlie Barnet's Orchestra was sometimes labeled the blackest white band on earth. Charlie Barnet's greatest legacy was probably that, more than any other '30s and ...
||Wheel Of Fortune CD (2003) |
Peanuts Holland albums Wheel of Fortune features 28 songs by pop vocalist Kay Starr originally recorded for Capitol between 1944 and 1952. While this compilation isn't a complete ...
||Hot Jazz Violin: 1930-1940 CD (2004) |
Peanuts Holland discography Violinist Hezekiah Leroy Gordon Leo "Stuff" Smith led one of the great hot swing bands of the 1930s. In 2004, the Legends of Jazz label ...
||Parisian Throughfares CD (2003) |
Peanuts Holland CD discography PARISIAN THOROUGHFARES features 7 sessions recorded between 1957 and 1961, three at the club Saint-Germain, three at Blue Note, and one from a Paris TV ...
||Skyliner (2009) |
Peanuts Holland music CDs Track Listing of songs: Skyliner; Gulf Coast Blues; Moose; Things Ain't What They Used To Be; Oh! Miss Jaxson; Pow-Wow; Drop Me Off In Harlem; Shady Lady; Great Lie; Strollin'; Xango; Smiles;
||Swingsation CD (1999) |
Peanuts Holland songs Track Listing of songs: Skyliner; Things Ain't What They Used to Be; Into Each Life Some Rain Must Fall; Smiles; Oh, Miss Jaxson; Great Lie, The; You ...
||1946 CD (1998) |
Peanuts Holland albums This fourth volume in the complete recordings of tenor saxophonist Don Byas opens with 13 sides recorded for the Savoy label in May of 1946. ...
||For Real CDs (2003) |
This 44 track 2 CD set focuses on Kay Starr, one of the most versatile vocalists of her generation who sang and recorded jazz, blues, ...
||His Best Recordings 1921-1941 CD (1996) |
Recorded between June 1921 and April 1941. Includes liner notes by Graham Colombe.
Personnel: Fletcher Henderson (banjo, tuba, piano); John Kirby (bass baritone, baritone saxophone, tuba); ...
||1940-1941 CD (1992) |
Horace Henderson spent most of his career in the shadow of his brother Fletcher, even though he was actually a superior pianist and a comparable ...
||Parisian Thoroughfares CD (2003) |
PARISIAN THOROUGHFARES features 7 sessions recorded between 1957 and 1961, three at the club Saint-Germain, three at Blue Note, and one from a Paris TV ...
||1944-1946 CD (2000) |
Violinist Stuff Smith's third Classics CD (which wraps up his dates as a leader prior to the mid-'50s) starts off with 16 numbers from 1944-1946, ...