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||Listen to My Music, Vol. 2 CD (1998) |
Jackie Armstrong songs There are numerous Ted Heath albums parading around wearing the title Listen to My Music. Several of these are part of a series released during the late '90s by the Hep record label, surveying in detail the early recordings ...
||Listen to My Music, Vol. 3: 1947 - 48 CD (1999) |
Jackie Armstrong music CDs One of at least seven Ted Heath compilations sharing the title Listen to My Music, this third volume in the Hep label's intensive Ted Heath reissue series contains British big-band swing recordings made between April 21, 1947 and December ...
||Avengers CDs (2011) |
Jackie Armstrong CD discography Editor: Christopher Blake .
Personnel: Judd Proctor, Vic Flick (guitar); Keith Bird, Eddie Mordue, Derek Grossmith, Roy Willocks, Bob Efford (woodwinds); Stan Roderick, Tony Fisher , Kenny Baker , Eddie Blair, Derek Watkins (trumpet); Jackie Armstrong, Cliff Hardie, George Chisholm, ...
||Great Scott: The Birth of a Legend CDs (2006) |
Jackie Armstrong discography Ronnie Scott will always be best remembered as the owner of England's most famous jazz club, Ronnie Scott's. However he was also quite significant as one of England's top musicians of the bebop era and the 1950s. The tenor ...
||Turn on the Heath! CD (1999) |
Jackie Armstrong albums 24 tracks, feat. the songs "See Me Dance The Polka," "Dickory Dock," "Piccadilly" & "Harlem Nocturne"
Arrangers: Eric Jupp; Eddie Finckel; Norman Stenfalt; Kenny Baker ; Robert Farnon ; Sy Oliver; Jobriath.
Personnel: Jack Parnell (vocals, drums); Dave Goldberg , ...
||Euphoria! CD (2000) |
Jackie Armstrong CD discography Ted Heath was one of the very best British big band leaders of the 1940s and '50s. In 2000, Jasmine Records unleashed a 24-track Ted Heath retrospective that should be counted among the very finest in his entire discography. ...
||Play It Again Ted CD (1999) |
Jackie Armstrong music CDs 24 tracks, feat. the songs "Any Old Iron," "A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square," "Route 66" & "The Best Years Of Our Lives"
Recording information: 12/17/1945-10/24/1947.
Arrangers: Dave Rose; George Shearing; Norman Stenfalt; Kenny Baker .
Personnel: Jack Parnell (vocals, drums); ...
||Listen to My Music, Vol. 4: 1948 - 1950 CD (2001) |
Jackie Armstrong songs Recorded between 1948 and 1950.
Personnel: Dave Goldberg (guitar); Les Gilbert , Roy Willox (alto saxophone); Henry MacKenzie, Tommy Whittle (tenor saxophone); Dave Shand, George Hunter (bass saxophone); Dave Wilkins, Stanley Roderick, Duncan Campbell , Bobby Pratt (trumpet); Jackie Armstrong, ...
||Recording Balance: Joe Meek CDs (2009) |
Jackie Armstrong albums 2009 two CD set containing the first three albums from the British composer, all engineer by the legendary Joe Meek between 1957 and 1960: Operation Orchestra, Songs Of Three Seasons and A Brass Band Swinging. Laurie Johnson is responsible ...
||Decca Singles and Rarities CD (2005) |
Jackie Armstrong discography British bandleader Ted Heath and his orchestra recorded for Decca Records for some 20 years beginning in the late '40s, applying a modernized big band swing approach to anything and everything that the ever-shifting pop music culture could toss ...
||You've Gone to My Head CD (2001) |
Jackie Armstrong CD discography Beyond dispute Britain's premier band leader, Heath not only dominated the British scene for several decades after WWII, but he also gained recognition in that most demanding market, the U.S.A. This second Ted Heath compilation from Jasmine presents anot
||Our Kind Of Jazz/Spotlight On Side Men CD (2002) |
Jackie Armstrong albums In 2002, Dutton Vocalion released Our Kind of Jazz/Spotlight on Sidemen, which contained two albums -- Our Kind of Jazz (1957) and Spotlight on Sidemen (1958), both originally issued on Decca -- by Ted Heath on one compact disc. ...
||Big Ben Bounce CDs (2002)
Jackie Armstrong music CDs The city of Los Angeles was probably the main center of the Rhythm & Blues explosion during the mid 1940's and one of it's pioneers was Joe ...