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The Black Bottom - Bunny Berigan - I Cant Get Started - His 25 Finest (1934-1940)

Label: Retrospective Records - RTR 4139 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: UK • Genre: Jazz • Style: Swing
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Roland Bernard " Bunny " Berigan November 2, — June 2, was an American jazz trumpeter and bandleader who rose to fame during the swing erabut whose career and influence were shortened by alcoholism and ended with his early death at age 33 from cirrhosis.

Although he composed some jazz instrumentals such as "Chicken and Waffles" and "Blues", Berigan was best known for his virtuoso jazz trumpeting. After first trying out for the Hal Kemp Orchestra and being rejected he Feel It - Bone Crusher - Release The Beast the band in late Shortly after the Kemp orchestra returned to the U.

He joined the staff of CBS radio network musicians in early Berigan recorded his first vocal, " At Your Command ", with Rich that year. From late through earlyBerigan was a member of Paul Whiteman's orchestra, before playing with Abe Lyman's band briefly in He returned to freelancing in the New York recording studios and working on staff at CBS radio in He recorded as a sideman on hundreds The Black Bottom - Bunny Berigan - I Cant Get Started - His 25 Finest (1934-1940) commercial records, most Песня О Вещей Кассандре - Владимир Высоцкий - Спасите Наши Души with the Dorsey Brothers and on Glenn Miller 's earliest recording as a leader inplaying on " Solo Hop ".

At the same time, Berigan joined Benny Goodman's Swing band. Jazz talent scout and producer John H. Hammondwho also became Goodman's brother-in-law, later wrote that he helped persuade Gene Krupa to re-join Goodman, with whom he had had an earlier falling-out, by mentioning that Berigan, whom Krupa admired, was already committed to the new ensemble.

With Berigan and Krupa both on board, the Goodman band made the tour that ended at the Palomar Ballroom in Los Angelesthe performance often credited with the launch of the swing era. Berigan left Goodman to return again to freelancing as a recording and radio musician in Manhattan.

During this time late and throughouthe began to record regularly under his own name, and ¿Por Qué No Puedo Ser Del Jet-Set? - Soda Stereo - Soda Stereo continued to back singers such as Bing CrosbyMildred Baileyand Billie Holiday. He spent some time with Tommy Dorsey 's orchestra in late and earlyworking as a jazz soloist on Dorsey's radio program and on several records.

His solo on the Dorsey hit recording "Marie" became one of his signature performances. InBerigan assembled a band to record and tour under his name, picking the then-little known Ira Gershwin — Vernon Duke composition " I Can't Get Started " as his theme song.

He made three attempts to organize a band of his own, his last try meeting success, playing trumpet in nearly every number while directing the band. Berigan's trumpet work and vocal made his recorded performance of it for Victor the biggest hit of his career. Berigan modeled his trumpet style in part on Louis Armstrong 's, and he often acknowledged Armstrong as his idol.

Still, his trumpet sound and jazz ideas were unique, earning Armstrong's praise both before and after Berigan's death. Berigan led his own band full-time from early until Junewith a six-month hiatus in as a sideman in Tommy Dorsey's band.

A series of misfortunes and Berigan's alcoholism worked against his financial success as a bandleader. Berigan also began an affair with singer Lee Wiley inwhich lasted into The stresses of bandleading drove Berigan to drink even more heavily. This network radio show helped further popularize jazz as the swing era reached its peak.

For the balance of the s, he sometimes appeared on this program as a guest. Berigan's business troubles drove him to declare bankruptcy inand shortly after to join Tommy Dorsey as a featured jazz soloist. By SeptemberBerigan briefly led a new small group, but soon reorganized a touring big band.

Berigan led moderately successful big bands from the fall of into earlyand was on the comeback trail when his health declined alarmingly. His doctors discovered that cirrhosis had severely damaged his liver.

He was advised to stop drinking and stop playing the trumpet for an undetermined length of time. Berigan did not do either. He returned to his band on tour and played for a few weeks before he returned to the Van Cortlandt Hotel where he made his home in New York City and suffered a massive hemorrhage on May 31, Mary's Cemetery south of Fox Lake.

In compliance with Berigan's wish, the band was kept intact under his name. Donna Berigan, his widow, maintained his financial interest in it. Tenor sax player Vido Musso became the leader. InVictor Records released a compilation of Berigan's recordings as bandleader. Woody Allen has used Berigan's music occasionally in his films. Berigan's name has been used frequently in the comic strip Crankshaft.

Berigan's top compositions include "Chicken and Waffles", released as Decca in as by Bunny's Blue Boys, and "Blues", released in as Deccaalso with the Blue Boys.

This session was produced by John H. Hammond at Decca for issue in the UK on Parlophone. The Decca releases were part of a four-pocket album set issued in the s during the —44 musicians' strike. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article needs additional citations for verification.

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This section does not cite any sources. Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources. Bunny Berigan Jazz Jubilee. Retrieved May 19, The Syncopated Times.

Retrieved Chapter 9: The Swing Era Begins. Retrieved June 18, The Kane Republican. June 2, Retrieved February 20, — via Newspapers. The New York Times. June 3, Don Palmery manager of the Bunny Berigan band, said that in compliance with Mr. Berigan's wish, his band will be kept intact under the Berigan name, Time magazine. June 15, Bernard "Bunny" Berigan, 33, veteran trumpet virtuoso, topnotch tooter of the jazz and swing eras; of an intestinal ailment aggravated by trumpeting; in The Black Bottom - Bunny Berigan - I Cant Get Started - His 25 Finest (1934-1940).

He began as a boy musician, appeared with name bands when he was 18, soloed with Paul Whiteman, Tommy Dorsey, Benny Goodman, organized his own band in Dictionary of Wisconsin History.

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