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||Early Years 1: 1930-34 CDs (2001) |
De Priest Wheeler albums This excellent collection presents Cab Calloway at the very beginning of his career. All the hallmarks of Calloway's style ...
||This Is Hep CDs (2008) |
De Priest Wheeler songs Track Listing of songs: DISC 1: Gotta Darn Good Reason Now; St. Louis Blues; Is That Religion?; Some of These Days; ...
||Alternative Takes: 1930-44 CD (2003) |
De Priest Wheeler music CDs Track Listing of songs: Gotta Darn Good Reason Now; Sweet Jennie Lee; Is That Religion?; Strictly Cullud Affair; Minnie the Moocher; ...
||Chu & Dizzy Years CDs (2004) |
De Priest Wheeler CD discography Liner Note Author: Frank Driggs.
Recording information: Chicago, IL (08/30/1939-03/05/1941); New York, NY (08/30/1939-03/05/1941).
Director: Cab Calloway.
Arrangers: Dizzy Gillespie; Edgar Battle; ...
||Who's the Swinginest Man in Town? CD (2002) |
De Priest Wheeler discography Cab was the unchallenged wearer of that crown back in 1930s New York City! Here are 23 of Cab's ...
||1925-1927 CD (2007) |
De Priest Wheeler albums They started as The Syncopators in the early 1920s, and then became the house band for Harlem's legendary Cotton ...
||Jazz In The Charts Vol. 28 - Jazz In The Charts - 1936 CD (2006) |
De Priest Wheeler songs Translator: Steven Clark.
Arrangers: Fletcher Henderson; Jimmy Mundy; Sy Oliver.
Personnel: George "Tautu" Archer & The Pagans, Harry Baty (vocals, guitar); ...
||1930-1931 CD (1990) |
De Priest Wheeler music CDs Cab Calloway is long overdue for a reappraisal. Long put down by some writers as a mere entertainer, he ...
||Cab Calloway Featuring Chu Berry CD (1993)
De Priest Wheeler CD discography Although Cab Calloway was always front and center with his swift scatting, energetic dancing, and street raconteur persona, the ...
||Cab Calloway & Company CDs (1994) |
De Priest Wheeler albums This is a very appealing double album from French RCA's Jazz Tribune series. The first 22 of the 34 ...
||1931-1932 CD (1990) |
De Priest Wheeler discography The second of 12 Classics CDs that reissue all of Cab Calloway's recordings from 1930-42 has 23 performances that ...
||1932-1934 CDs (1990) |
De Priest Wheeler CD discography The Depression may have been at its height during the two years covered by this Classics CD (the fourth ...
||Hi-de-Ho Man: 1930-1933 CD (2003) |
De Priest Wheeler music CDs First, the mandatory disclaimer: This Cab Calloway review is not in any way, shape or form promoting or encouraging ...
||Jumpin' Jive 1938-1946 CD (1994)
De Priest Wheeler songs An excellent collection of prime late-30s and 40s material. ~ Ron Wynn
Unknown Contributor Role: Bill "Bojangles" Robinson .
Personnel: Cab ...
||1932 CD (1990) |
De Priest Wheeler albums The third of 12 Cab Calloway CDs put out by Classics (which on a whole reissues the master takes ...
||1938-1939 CDs (1991) |
De Priest Wheeler discography The seventh of the Classics label's 12 Cab Calloway CDs traces his progress during an 11-month period through 24 ...
||1937/1944 CD (2001) |
De Priest Wheeler CD discography Recorded between August 1937 and January 1944. Includes liner notes by Jacques Morgantini.
Personnel: Cab Calloway (vocals); Chu Berry (tenor ...
||Jiveformation Please: 1938-1941 CD |
The Jazztory label's two-volume history covering the more obscure side of Cab Calloway's Orchestra during the 1930s and early ...
||Keep That Hi-De-Hi In Your Soul: 1933-1937 CD |
A decent compilation of songs from Cab Calloway's earlier period (1933-1937). There are certainly some forgettable songs present. For ...
||1939-1940 CD (1991) |
Cab Calloway had one of his strongest orchestras during the period covered by this CD, the eighth of 12 ...
||Jazz In The Charts Vol. 18 - Jazz In The Charts - 1934 CD (2006) |
Translator: Steven Clark.
Arrangers: Claude Hopkins; Fletcher Henderson; Deane Kincaide.
Personnel: Fats Waller (vocals, piano); Kenny Sargent, Pee Wee Hunt, Anna ...