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||Father of Jazz Trombone CDs (2004) |
Tony Antonelli discography Track Listing of songs: Makin' Friends; I'm Gonna Stomp Mr. Henry Lee; That's a Serious Thing; Never Had a Reason to Believe in You; Tailspin Blues; After You've Gone; Farewell Blues; Beale Street Blues; Someday Sweetheart; I've ...
||Space Age Blues CD (2010) |
Tony Antonelli albums Space Age Blues is the first Honeytribe recording since 2006; it is also, according to leader Devon Allman, a loosely scripted concept album where "Darth Vader meets B.B. King." Allman is not only a blues ...
||Big Band Jazz CD (2010) |
Tony Antonelli songs Track Listing of songs: Octoroon; Blues; Mr. Jessie Blues; Swinging On A Teagarden Gate; Mole; Somewhere A Voice Is Calling; I Can't Get Away From The Blues; Yankee Doodle; Aunt Hagar's Blues; I Swung The Election; Harlem Jump;
||Jazz Singer 1931-1941 CD (2008) |
Tony Antonelli music CDs Before Bing Crosby became a movie and TV icon, he was a singer, one of the most popular America has ever known. A goodly portion of Bing's song output was jazz, recorded with some of ...
||Torch CD (2006)
Tony Antonelli CD discography Devon Allman's Honeytribe hails from St. Louis, MO. Torch is the band's American debut, though a live European offering is available from the band's website. Yep, his dad's Gregg Allman, but Honeytribe has its own ...
||1941-1943 CD (1996) |
Tony Antonelli albums The fifth Classics CD to reissue all of trombonist/vocalist Jack Teagarden's early recordings as a leader has more than its share of gems. A dozen selections feature his 1941 big band, and unlike earlier sessions, ...
||Masters Of Jazz Vol. 10 CD (1988) |
Tony Antonelli discography The third of Storyville's three LPs reissuing Jack Teagarden's Standard Transcriptions (noncommercial recordings which were made purely for radio airplay) features his big bands of 1941 and 1944. With the exception of a couple of ...
||Irish American Trombone CD (1996) |
Tony Antonelli CD discography Recording information: New York, NY (1935-1941).
Arranger: Sy Oliver.
Personnel: Tommy Dorsey (vocals, trombone); Edythe Wright, Frank Sinatra, Jack Leonard (vocals); Clark Yocum, William Schaffer, Carmen Mastren (guitar, baritone guitar); Heine Beau, Sid Block, Mike Doty, Bob ...
||1937 Vol. 2 CD (1998) |
Tony Antonelli music CDs This sixth installment in the Tommy Dorsey chronology opens with Paul Weston's snappy big-band orchestration of "Humoresque" by Antonin DvorŠk, including a quote from Stephen Foster's "Old Folks at Home," better known as "Swanee River." ...
||100 Years From Today CD (1963) |
Tony Antonelli songs This 1963 Monterey Jazz Festival concert features two of the most respected men in Dixieland jazz, namely trombone great Jack Teagarden and clarinet luminary Pee Wee Russell. A fascinating double set of music is presented ...
||Big T. CD (1994) |
Tony Antonelli CD discography Recorded between 1928 & 1941.
Personnel: Jack Teagarden (vocals, trombone); Eddie Condon (vocals, banjo); Fats Waller, Ramona Davies (vocals, piano); Josh Billings (vocals, drums); Gene Austin, Johnny Mercer, Paul Whiteman, Red McKenzie, The Four Modernaires, Bing ...
||Time For Tea, Vol.1 CD (1991) |
Tony Antonelli albums This is the first volume in a definitive and complete series of The Jack Teagarden Orchestra's for-radio-only transcriptions.
This is the first of two CDs put out by Jass that reissue all of the Standard Transcriptions ...
||1939-1940 CD (1994) |
Tony Antonelli music CDs The third in Classics' Complete Jack Teagarden series traces the trombonist's big-band recordings during his Columbia period. There were no great soloists among Teagarden's sidemen and some of these tunes (particularly the nine with Kitty ...
||1936-1938 CD (1996) |
Tony Antonelli discography Dorsey and his orchestra began hitting their stride with these recordings, assembled from the mid-1930s. ~ Jason Ankeny
Personnel: Tommy Dorsey (trombone); Edythe Wright (vocals); William Schaffer, Carmen Mastren (guitar); John Mintz, Mike Doty, Joe Dixon ...