Ray McKinley And His Orchestra / Ray McKinley Trio - Memphis Blues / Long Gone album
Complete your Ray McKinley And His Orchestra, Ray McKinley Trio collection. The Ray McKinley Trio.
Ray McKinley (June 18, 1910 – May 7, 1995) was an American jazz drummer, singer, and bandleader. McKinley got his start at age 9 working with local bands in the Dallas–Fort Worth area. He left home when he was 15 and played with Milt Shaw's Detroiters and the Smith Ballew and Duncan-Marin bands. His first substantial professional engagement came in 1934 with the Dorsey Brothers' Orchestra. It was with the Smith Ballew band in 1929 that McKinley met Glenn Miller.
|–Ray McKinley And His Orchestra||Memphis Blues||2:48|
|–The Ray McKinley Trio||Long Gone||2:33|
|9-28928||Ray McKinley And His Orchestra / Ray McKinley Trio*||Ray McKinley And His Orchestra / Ray McKinley Trio* - Memphis Blues / Long Gone (7", Single)||Decca||9-28928||US||1953|
|28928||Ray McKinley And His Orchestra / The Ray McKinley Trio||Ray McKinley And His Orchestra / The Ray McKinley Trio - Memphis Blues / Long Gone (10", Single, Promo)||Decca||28928||US||1953|