Woody Herman & His Orchestra Featuring: Bill Harris - Live In Stereo At Marion June 8,- 1957 album
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Full Album Title Woody Herman & His Orchestra Vol 1 featuring Bill Harris Live/Electrician's Hall Miami, Fl, March 8, 1957.
Woody Herman & His Orchestra. Live in Stereo at Marion (June 8, 1957).
Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra. Live In 1951 At The Hollywood Palladium. Woodrow Charles Herman (May 16, 1913 – October 29, 1987), better known as Woody Herman, was an American jazz clarinetist, alto and soprano saxophonist, singer, and Big band leader. Saturday 8 June 2019. 0. Sunday 9 June 2019.
When they were recorded live in Omaha, NE, the evening of June 7, 1957, Woody Herman's orchestra had been together for six months, and was one month shy of recording the LP released as Woody Herman '58 on Verve. The featured Harris has much space for soloing, usually coming in right after Herman with his bright tone
Album · 1956 · 8 Songs. Live In Stereo At Marion June 8, 1957. You May Also Like Jimmy Knepper Sextet. Blowin' Up a Storm! The Columbia Years 1945-47. Woody Herman and His Orchestra. Frank Rosolino: Trombone Heaven, Vancouver, 1978. Bobby Shew & Carl Fontana. Count Basie's Finest Hour.
Live In Stereo At Marion June 8,- 1957.
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Artist: Woody Herman Album: Woody Herman & His Orchestra Genre: Bop, Big Band Origin: USA Released: 1956/2000 Quality: mp3, 320 kbps Tracklist: CD 1: Blue Flame . Woody Herman’s Third Herd was in its later years when it appeared at the Lagoon in Salt Lake City in July 1956. This two-CD set of previously unreleased material features the Herd performing live during a two-day period. At the time, the key soloists included trombonist Bill Harris (a veteran of the First and Second Herds); trumpeter Dick Collins; Richie Kamuca, Arno Marsha, and Bob Hardaway on tenors; pianist Vince Guaraldi; and vibraphonist Victor Feldman. Playing arrangements by Nat Pierce, Manny Albam, Ralph Burns, and Neal Hefti, this was a swinging (if greatly underrated.
Artist: Woody Herman. Album: Live In Stereo At Marion June 8, 1957, 2006. Woody Herman & His Orch-I Wonder Columbia 5 new finds from Toledo's Glasscity Record Show Oct 28, 2012.
Продавец: Интернет-магазин Ozon. Адрес: Россия, Москва, Пресненская набережная, 10. ОГРН: 1027739244741
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Composed By – Holman*
Composed By – Gunt*, Raymond Leveen
|4||Wailin' The Blues||3:31|
|5||I Cried For You
Composed By – Lyman*, Freed*, Arnheim*
Composed By – Bishop*, Herman*
|7||Body And Soul
Composed By – Heyman*, Eyton*, Green*, Sour*
Composed By – Weill*, Anderson*
Composed By – Tobias*, Brown*, Stept*
|10||Two O Nine||3:43|
|11||I Guess I'll Have To Change My Plan
Composed By – Schwartz*, Dietz*
Composed By – Jackson*
Composed By – Coppollo
- Engineer – Wally Heider
- Engineer [Assistant] – Mike Wolff
- Liner Notes – Ed Burke , Ed Ward
- Remix – Ed Burke
NotesTracks 1 to 10 recorded at Marion on June 8 - 1957
Trakcs 11 to 13 recorded at Palladium on September 13 - 1957
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 05891-1014-2 7
- SPARS Code: ADD