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What Is This Thing Called Love - Artie Shaw - The Golden Age Of The Great Bands (Cassette)

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  1. Artie Shaw & His Orchestra Lyrics - All the great songs and their lyrics from Artie Shaw & His Orchestra on enanabunabchaheedloribotbuzzcar.xyzinfo
  2. Artie Shaw was a genius of the clarinet, not in any way to knock his competitors like Benny Goodman, Jimmy Dorsey and Woody Herman who also played just great. Shaw however in my opinion had the most descriptive style of playing with utmost perfection in the upper register of the instrument, and an orchestra featuring a string band section /5(21).
  3. Find Artie Shaw credit information on AllMusic. Band leader, saxophonist, clarinettist, and all-around jazz legend of the s and '40s often overshadowed by his contemporary Benny Goodman.
  4. Discographies Jazz, Ragtime & Blues in the Knight Library Jazz Performers - S's This is a discography (list of recordings) of some of the Knight Library's Douglass Room jazz collection. It also includes some blues artists whose recordings are not included in this list, but appear on the Blues discography. Note: This discography was updated in , but does not include more recent acquisitions.
  5. The pressures on Shaw began to build up until he walked out of the band in November , but that’s another story. The stylish Helen Forrest was undoubtedly one of the best of the big band vocalists. After Shaw broke up his orchestra she went on to sing with the Benny Goodman and Harry James bands before turning solo after the war.
  6. And, Artie Shaw had a small ensemble he called The Gramercy Five, named after a New York City telephone exchange. In keeping with this "chamber jazz" small-band concept, Ron Hockett created several special arrangements featured on this week's radio show. Gramercy Five record label.
  7. Artie Shaw had an incredible knack for scrapping the wonderful lyrics of Cole Porter tunes and rendering them as instrumentals, yet somehow still doing the songs considerable justice (e.g., “Night and Day,” “Begin the Beguine,” “What Is This Thing Called Love?”, just to name a few).

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