Conn Humphreys Appears on
||Anthology CD (2005)
Conn Humphreys songs Recording information: Hollywood, CA (01/23/1941-??/??/1963).
Arrangers: Ned Freeman; Marty Paich; Shorty Rogers; Bob Florence.
Personnel: Lena Horne (vocals); Perry Botkin and His Orchestra, Bus Etri (guitar); Mischa Russell (violin); Jack Mayhew, Morton B. "Morty" Friedman (saxophone); Leo White, ...
||Orchestra: 1941 CD (1984) |
Conn Humphreys music CDs Charlie Barnet's orchestra was called "the blackest white band of them all," by both Metronome and Down Beat Magazines. Heavily influenced by Count Basie, Duke Ellington, and to a lesser extent Jimmie Lunceford, Barnet's music was ...
||Wail of the Winds CD (1998) |
Conn Humphreys CD discography Red Nichols & His Orchestra recorded ten obscure titles for Varsity in 1937 and then extensively for Bluebird in 1939, with four songs for Okeh in 1940. The Bluebird and Okeh dates have been reissued in ...
||Buster's Last Stand CD (2001) |
Conn Humphreys discography This CD wraps up Hep's three-CD reissue of all of the recordings of the 1940-1942 Claude Thornhill Orchestra. The disc begins with eight selections from radio transcription sessions recorded in March and April of 1941 and ...
||Leapin' at the Lincoln CD (2003)
Conn Humphreys albums 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. However his achievements in the areas of popularity, originality and ability ...
||Transcription Performances 1941 CD (1997) |
Conn Humphreys CD discography The Charlie Barnet Orchestra was busy on Jan. 27, 1941, waxing no less than 25 titles as radio transcriptions. There is one vocal apiece for Lena Horne ("It's a Haunted Town") and Bob Carroll, but otherwise ...
||Best Of CD (1997) |
Conn Humphreys music CDs Recording information: Hollywood, CA (01/21/1935-08/03/1944); Los Angeles, CA (01/21/1935-08/03/1944); New Orleans, LA (01/21/1935-08/03/1944); New York, NY (01/21/1935-08/03/1944).
Director: Charlie Barnet.
Arranger: Benny Carter .
Track Listing of songs: Nagasaki / In A Mizz / Echoes Of Harlem / Miss Annabelle ...
||Vol. 1 - Rebirth Of Cool CD (2000) |
Conn Humphreys songs All tracks have been digitally remastered.
Personnel: Bob Jenney (vocals, trombone); Snowflakes, Buddy Hughes, Fran Warren, Gene Williams, Terry Allen , Lillian Lane, Buddy Stewart (vocals); Barry Galbraith (guitar); Vic Harris (flute, piccolo); Wally Bettman (clarinet, bass ...
||Real Birth Of The Cool V CD (2000) |
Conn Humphreys albums The complete recordings of the legendary newyorker trumpetist featuring two very rare dates with Stan Getz on tenor saxophone in 1955. Includes the only recorded session made by the altoist Chick Maures in 1948.
All tracks have ...
||Skyliner Vol. 2 CD (1996) |
Conn Humphreys discography Recording information: Los Angeles, CA (06/19/1940-12/06/1945); New York, NY (06/19/1940-12/06/1945); World studios, New York, NY (06/19/1940-12/06/1945).
Translator: Don Waterhouse.
Arrangers: Billy Moore ; Horace Henderson; Howard McGhee; Andy Gibson ; Ralph Burns; Ralph Flanagan; Billy May; Charlie Barnet.
||Stormy Weather: The Legendary Lena CD (1990) |
Conn Humphreys CD discography Recorded between 1941 & 1958. Includes liner notes by Michael Bourne.
Perhaps more renowned as a performer in films and nightclubs than as a recording artist, singer Lena Horne nonetheless participated in many studio sessions during the ...
||Snowfall CD (2004) |
Conn Humphreys albums Any chance to appreciate the imaginative arrangements of Claude Thornhill is worth savoring, as his meticulous determination and playful disposition flutter out with each ...