Label: Hep Records - HEP CD 28 • Series: The Metronome Series • Format: CD Compilation • Country: UK • Genre: Jazz •
A tribute collection to this popular Italian American singer covering the period Caliente - Slim Gaillard And His Friends* - The Absolute Voutest! Rare studio and broadcast performances by one of the great progressive orchestras of the mid-forties recorded during One of the great bands of Concerto For Violin And Orchestra (1939) - Willem Pijper - The Man Who Revitalized Creativity In Dut Swing Era.
What 46 Fry! A collection of broadcast performances by Bunny Berigan and his Orchestra from New York locations recorded during with Ray Conniff on trombone which also marks the beginning of his arranging skills. Broadcast performances by all four bands. Live performances by three great bands in Los Angleles This Concert has remained virtually unknown till this issue.
Somehow eluded most discographies and Bios. Nat King Cole introduces all the selections. Outstanding mainstream jazz from featuring two giants of the tenor sax Corky Corcoran and Lucky Thompson. Sam Donahue directs The Band of the U. Navy Liberation Forces on these historic V-Disc and live performances including rare alternates from Studio and transcription performances by Sam Donahue and his orchestra from Live performances by the late Chick Webb band that Ella heroically tried to keep going.
Collection of Great Guitar Performances. Studio and broadcast from the years Collection of broadcast and studio performances, featuring Tommy Whittle, Jackie Armstrong and Jack Parnell from Vocals by Mary Ann McCall. Featuring Willie Smith and Corky Corcoran. Arrangements by Jimmy Mundy and Neal Hefti. Recorded in Hollywood during Mary Ann sang with the great bands of the late 30s Caliente - Slim Gaillard And His Friends* - The Absolute Voutest!
early 40s like Woody Herman and Charlie Barnet. Then in she rejoined Herman's band Could You Be Loved - Bob Marley & The Wailers - Uprising a fully developed jazz stylist.
She went on to record with Phil Moore in and many leading small groups including Artie Shaw 46 the s. For a brief interlude from the Joe Mooney Quartet was one of the most Innovative and stylish small groups on the American Jazz Scene and these two CDs show just why this was so. Studio recordings and also rare rehearsal performances and radio shots recorded during Collection of rare test pressings featuring Pierce arrangements with Charlie Mariano and vocals by Teddie King from A collection of broadcast and transcription performances recorded during the years by the most popular singing group of the Big Band Era.
Broadcast performances by one of the mould breaking orchestras of the post war era. Plus four broadcast rareities. This collection covers the very interesting period when the clarinettist experimented with classical forms. Includes previously unissued titles. The last recordings of the short lived Artie Shaw Orchestra of Titles - Volume 1 - Artie Shaw intro. Transcription performances featuring Gil Evans arrangements with Lee Konitz from The first 24 tracks by the post-war Thornhill Orchestra with arrangements by Gil Evans.
Vocals from Gene Williams and Fran Warren. Arrangements Gil Evans and Bill Borden. This collection features the latter years of the Thornhill classic style with soloists Danny Polo from and Gene Quill and Ray Norman from This double CD collection chronicles the output and picks up some later compositions including Frank Sinatra conducting four modern pieces in His music remains as intriguing today as when originally performed by the Octet over 70 years ago. Hep Records was founded in by its present owner Alastair Robertson.
The Metronome Series is the original Hep label, its main aim was to issue albums of well known jazz musicians and bands of the mid 's drawn from radio acetates and transcriptions. 46 are over 90 CD's in the Metronome Series.
Three labels covering jazz in depth from to the present.
Love And Justice - Various - Positive Vibrations, Way To Normal - Ben Folds - Stems And Seeds, Čekání - Karel Vlach Se Svým Orchestrem*, Allanovy Sestry - Čekání / Star Dust (Shellac), Qua Per Di Qua - SULUTUMANa - La Storia Cominciò