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Title Big band jazz [sound recording] : the Jubilee sessions, 1943-1946.

Imprint Burbank, CA : Hindsight Records, p1996.

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 Talbott OVERSIZE Media  CD 9757v  v.1    Available  Ask at Circulation Desk  Gift of Mendel Music Library, Princeton University
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Description 3 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Note Hindsight Records: HBCD-504 (HBCD-504-1--HBCD-504-3).
Broadcast recordings assembled from Jubilee radio shows.
Performer Introductions by emcee Ernie "Bubbles" Whitman ; various performers.
Credits Produced and compiled by Pete Kline ; executive producer, Tom Gramuglia.
Event Recorded 1943-1946 in Hollywood or New York.
Note Compact discs; in 3 containers in box (31 x 15 cm.).
Duration: 3:27:00.
Program notes and band biographies by Tom Reed (19 p. : ill. ; 29 x 14 cm.) laid in box.
Contents Sweet Georgia Brown ; Habanera ; Jubilee jump (Benny Carter and his orchestra) -- Stomping at the Savoy ; Scoops carry Mary ; Rosetta ; The honeydripper (Earl "Fatha" Hines and his orchestra) -- Stampede in G minor ; Bolero at the Savoy ; Pick a rib (Elmer Fain and his orchestra) -- Let's jump ; I found a new baby ; I'm gonna move to the outskirts of town ; My! What a fry! -- On the Alamo ; Star dust ; Frantic on the Atlantic (Gerald Wilson and his orchestra) -- Shower ; The bear mash blues ; After hours ; One o'clock jump (Erskine Hawkins and his orchestra) -- Blowin' the blues away ; 'Deed I do ; I want to talk about you ; Don't blame me (Billy Eckstine and his orchestra ; Billy Eckstine, Lean Horne, Sarah Vaughan, vocals) -- Roll 'em ; Airmail special (Cootie Williams and his orchestra) -- It's sand, man ; Ready, set, jump (Tiny Bradshaw and his orchestra) -- Hello, goodbye, forget it ; One o'clock boogie ; Fiesta in brass (Jimmy Mundy and his orchestra) -- You're driving me crazy ; King Porter stomp (Fletcher Henderson and his orchestra) -- Blue Lou ; Tuxedo Junction ; Swing, shift (International Sweethearts of Rhythm) -- Ida James ; Let's have a session ; Let's hop (Claude Hopkins and his orchestra) -- Wednesday night hop ; McGhee special ; Basin Street blues ; Peepin' through the keyhole ; One o'clock jump (Andy Kirk and his Clouds of Joy ; June Richmond, vocal) -- Three bones ; I never knew ; I'll always be in love with you (Lucky Millinder and his orchestra) -- Hey-ba-ba-re-bop ; Is you is, or is you ain't my baby? ; K-ration hop ; Million dollar smile ; Flying home #2 (Lionel Hampton and his orchestra ; Dinah Washington, vocals) -- J.T. stomp (Johnny Otis and his orchestra) -- Bugle call rag ; Night and day ; The Baranco boogie (Wilbert Barabco and his orchestra) -- Yesterdays ; Hallelujah ; Alone together (Jimmie Lunceford and his Harlem Express) -- The canteen bounce ; Hayfoot, strawfoot ; A slip of the lip ; One o'clock jump (Duke Ellington and his world famous orchestra ; Betty Roche, Ray Nance, vocals).
Genre/Form Big band music.
Subject Jazz -- 1941-1950.
Genre/Form Swing (Music)
Jazz vocals.
Subject Radio programs, Musical -- Excerpts.
Added Author Whitman, Ernest. Host.
Carter, Benny. Performer.
Hines, Earl, 1903-1983. Performer.
Fain, Elmer. Performer.
Basie, Count, 1904-1984. Performer.
Wilson, Gerald. Performer.
Hawkins, Erskine, 1914-1993. Performer.
Eckstine, Billy. Performer.
Williams, Cootie. Performer.
Bradshaw, Tiny, 1905-1958. Performer.
Mundy, Jimmy. Performer.
Henderson, Fletcher, 1897-1952. Performer.
Hopkins, Claude. Performer.
Kirk, Andy, 1898-1992. Performer.
Millinder, Lucky. Performer.
Hampton, Lionel. Performer.
Otis, Johnny, 1921-2012. Performer.
Baranco, Wilbert. Performer.
Lunceford, Jimmie. Performer.
Ellington, Duke, 1899-1974. Performer.
International Sweethearts of Rhythm. Performer.
Twelve Clouds of Joy (Musical group) Performer.
Harlem Express (Musical group) Performer.
Added Title Jubilee sessions, 1943-1946
Jubilee (Radio program)
Standard No. 014921050426
Music No. HBCD-504 Hindsight Records
HBCD-504-1--HBCD-504-3 Hindsight Records