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8 thoughts on “ Trumpet Blues And Cantabile - Harry James (2) - The James Sound (Vinyl)

  1. Harry Haag James (March 15, – July 5, ) was a popular United States musician and band leader, and a well known trumpet virtuoso. Harry James was born in Albany, Georgia, the son of a bandleader of a traveling circus. By age 10 he was taking trumpet lessons from his father. His father had him on a very strict practicing schedule every.
  2. Columbia inch 78 RPM record # is "Trumpet Blues (and Cantabile)" and "Sleepy Lagoon" by Harry James and his Orchestra. It plays through without jumping or repeating on my Audio-Technica turntable, but with a bit more audible background noise than the visual grading would suggest, including a few passages of repetitive clicking or mepermideceromahoftacepcauwron.coinfo date: Jun 18,
  3. JAMES, HARRY - Harry James: Live Rare on & on the Air / Various #, in CDs & Vinyl (See Top in CDs & Vinyl with Dick Haymes and released on Columbia ); 10) Flash (Nov. 8, and released on Columbia ); 11) Trumpet Blues And Cantabile (Feb. 24, and released on Columbia as the flip of Sleepy Lagoon 5/5(1).
  4. Jan 06,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Harry James-Trumpet Blues Oct 23, YouTube Harry James, Buddy Rich "Take The A Train" - Duration: brassy , views.
  5. This English LP features the Harry James Orchestra during an era when it was often overshadowed by the modernists. Ironically James' big band was rarely as advanced than during this period, when it was somewhat influenced by bebop. Other than two vocals, the performances put the emphasis on James's trumpet, the skills of his sidemen (including altoist Willie Smith and tenor saxophonist Corky.
  6. Harry Haag James (March 15, – July 5, ) was an American musician who is best known as a trumpet-playing band leader who led a big band from to He broke up his band for a short period in but shortly after he reorganized and was active again with his .
  7. Sounds of Yesteryear's Trumpet Blues gathers Harry James & His Musicmakers performances from the '40s and '50s that include Willie Smith, Corky Corcoran, and Joe Mondragon among the bandmembers. While this collection features few of his definitive tracks aside from "Trumpet Blues and Cantabile," the renditions of "Ready Gal Jump," "Cotton Tail," and "Things Ain't What They Used to Be" are.

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