||Early Years 1: 1930-34 CDs (2001) |
Leroy Maxey CD discography This excellent collection presents Cab Calloway at the very beginning of his career. All the hallmarks of Calloway's style are here: ...
||This Is Hep CDs (2008) |
Leroy Maxey discography Track Listing of songs: DISC 1: Gotta Darn Good Reason Now; St. Louis Blues; Is That Religion?; Some of These Days; Nobody's Sweetheart; ...
||Alternative Takes: 1930-44 CD (2003) |
Leroy Maxey albums Track Listing of songs: Gotta Darn Good Reason Now; Sweet Jennie Lee; Is That Religion?; Strictly Cullud Affair; Minnie the Moocher; Scat Song, ...
||Cruisin' with Cab 1930-1943 CD (1995) |
Leroy Maxey songs Recorded between 1930 and 1943. Includes liner notes by Tony Watts.
Personnel includes: Cab Calloway (vocals); Andrew Brown (alto, tenor & baritone ...
||Who's the Swinginest Man in Town? CD (2002) |
Leroy Maxey music CDs Cab was the unchallenged wearer of that crown back in 1930s New York City! Here are 23 of Cab's coolest cuts: ...
||Jazz In The Charts Vol. 28 - Jazz In The Charts - 1936 CD (2006) |
Leroy Maxey CD discography Translator: Steven Clark.
Arrangers: Fletcher Henderson; Jimmy Mundy; Sy Oliver.
Personnel: George "Tautu" Archer & The Pagans, Harry Baty (vocals, guitar); Andy Iona ...
||Jiveformation Please: 1938-1941 CD |
Leroy Maxey discography The Jazztory label's two-volume history covering the more obscure side of Cab Calloway's Orchestra during the 1930s and early '40s concludes ...
||Jumpin' Jive 1938-1946 CD (1994)
Leroy Maxey CD discography An excellent collection of prime late-30s and 40s material. ~ Ron Wynn
Unknown Contributor Role: Bill "Bojangles" Robinson .
Personnel: Cab Calloway (vocals); ...
||1938-1939 CDs (1991) |
Leroy Maxey albums The seventh of the Classics label's 12 Cab Calloway CDs traces his progress during an 11-month period through 24 recordings. The ...
||1931-1932 CD (1990) |
Leroy Maxey music CDs The second of 12 Classics CDs that reissue all of Cab Calloway's recordings from 1930-42 has 23 performances that trace the ...
||Cab Calloway & Company CDs (1994) |
Leroy Maxey songs This is a very appealing double album from French RCA's Jazz Tribune series. The first 22 of the 34 selections (including ...
||1930-1931 CD (1990) |
Leroy Maxey albums Cab Calloway is long overdue for a reappraisal. Long put down by some writers as a mere entertainer, he was actually ...
||Fabulous Mr. Calloway CD (2001) |
Leroy Maxey discography Recorded between 1933 and 1950. Includes liner notes by Scott Yanow.
All tracks have been digitally remastered.
Personnel: Arville Harris (alto, clarinet, tenor ...
||Hi-de-Ho Man: 1930-1933 CD (2003) |
Leroy Maxey CD discography First, the mandatory disclaimer: This Cab Calloway review is not in any way, shape or form promoting or encouraging the use ...
||Keep That Hi-De-Hi In Your Soul: 1933-1937 CD |
Leroy Maxey music CDs A decent compilation of songs from Cab Calloway's earlier period (1933-1937). There are certainly some forgettable songs present. For that matter, ...
||Jazz In The Charts Vol. 18 - Jazz In The Charts - 1934 CD (2006) |
Leroy Maxey songs Translator: Steven Clark.
Arrangers: Claude Hopkins; Fletcher Henderson; Deane Kincaide.
Personnel: Fats Waller (vocals, piano); Kenny Sargent, Pee Wee Hunt, Anna Lisa Graham, ...
||1932 CD (1990) |
Leroy Maxey albums The third of 12 Cab Calloway CDs put out by Classics (which on a whole reissues the master takes of all ...
||1937/1944 CD (2001) |
Recorded between August 1937 and January 1944. Includes liner notes by Jacques Morgantini.
Personnel: Cab Calloway (vocals); Chu Berry (tenor saxophone); Andrew ...
||Cab Calloway Featuring Chu Berry CD (1993)
Although Cab Calloway was always front and center with his swift scatting, energetic dancing, and street raconteur persona, the beloved bandleader/vocalist ...
||1932-1934 CDs (1990) |
The Depression may have been at its height during ...