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Artie Shaw - JAZZ SELECTION- HOLLYWOOD AND NEW YORK RECORDINGS 1938-41 mp3 flac

  • Singer: Artie Shaw
  • Album: JAZZ SELECTION- HOLLYWOOD AND NEW YORK RECORDINGS 1938-41
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  • Released: 1991
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Artie Shaw - JAZZ SELECTION- HOLLYWOOD AND NEW YORK RECORDINGS 1938-41 mp3 flac

Broadcast: Dec. 2, 1938. Nightmare (Opening Theme).

Ragtime, Dixieland, Big Band, New Orleans Jazz, Jump Blues, Neo-Swing. Melancholy Lullaby (with Helen Forrest) (3:26). Sweet Adeline (with Tony Pastor) (2:41). Lover Come Back To Me (3:24). Two Sleepy People (with Helen Forrest) (3:13).

Artie Shaw - Mria My Own 02:38. Artie Shaw - Last Night 03:18. Artie Shaw - Hold Your Hats 02:41. Artie's Greatest Hits - Artie Shaw, Artie Shaw & His Orchestra. Artie Shaw Thesaurus - Artie Shaw. Last Recordings, Volume 1 - Artie Shaw.

15. (00:02:41) Artie Shaw And His Orchestra - Dancing In The Dark. 16. (00:02:50) Artie Shaw And His Orchestra - There'll Be Some Changes Made. 17. (00:03:33) Artie Shaw And His Orchestra - Nobody Knows The Trouble I've Seen.

Big Band Bash 1938-41. Artie Shaw And His Orchestra 1938-39 Vo. The Instrumental Side of Artie Shaw and His Orchestra: 1937-1938 Radio Transcriptions by Artie Shaw (2001-07-31). King of the Clarinet 1938-39 by Artie Shaw & His Orchestra (1993-08-04). Artie Shaw & His Orchestra, Vo., 1938 by Artie Shaw. Artie Shaw & His Orchestra Vo. 1938 by Artie Shaw (1997-11-20). The Uncollected Artie Shaw And His Orchestra Vol. 1, 1938. The 1938 Band in Hi-Fi Artie Shaw and his Orchestra. This Is Romance - CD 4. Big Band 1942. Jazz & Blues Collection - CD 35. Jazz  . The Best Of Artie Shaw. Artie Shaw and His Orchestra (Disc 2). and his Orchestra - CD 2.

The Artie Shaw success story really began in 1938 with his signing to Victor. Between then and 1945, Shaw would lead and break up four separate orchestras, but his artistic and commercial success would be consistently phenomenal. The first volume finds Shaw debuting on Victor with his giant hit "Begin the Beguine" and continuing with such classics as "Back Bay Shuffle," "Any Old Time" (Billie Holiday's only recording with Shaw), his theme "Nightmare," "Softly, As in a Morning Sunrise," if "They Say" (featuring Helen Forrest's vocal) and "Carioca," among many others. It is no wonder that by 1939 Artie Shaw led the most popular big band in jazz and popular music.

Artie Shaw was the rival of Benny Goodman in the Swing era. With a different style of playing, his sound on clarinet was more liquid than Goodman's sound. After playing in different orchestras in the late 1920s and '30s, he formed his own orchestra in 1936, and he added a string quartet to the Big Band. In 1938, he had a famous hit with the recording of the Cole Porter song "Begin the Beguine. After months of success and popularity, he dissolved his band in 1939. The year after, he appeared with a new band. In the 1950s, he went into a semi-retirement and wrote two books: "The trouble with Cinderella" and "I love you, I hate you, drop dead. His last recordings were in 1954 with a small group with Hank Jones on piano and others. After this, he retired from the music scene, except for a brief appearance for a week in the 1980s.

Immensely popular and startlingly innovative, Artie Shaw rose to prominence in the 1930s as a swing bandleader, master clarinetist, and boundarycrossing artist, who infused jazz with the influences of modern European composers. Next, in 1929, the Aaronson band brought him to New York, where he played in Harlem jam sessions and came under the influence of Willie "The Lion" Smith. He decided to stay on and at age 21 became one of New York's most successful reed players for radio and recording sessions. He made his breakthrough in his first appearance as a bandleader at a 1936 swing concert at Broadway's Imperial Theater. Although he retired from music in 1954, Artie Shaw continued to enjoy popularity through his recordings and also through a big band fronted by Dick Johnson bearing Artie Shaw's name. The library of the University of Arizona holds his collection of scores.

ARTIE SHAW is a bop, swing, jazz related soundtracks big band music artist. ARTIE SHAW - This Is Artie Shaw - 2 LP Vinyl RCA Sealed NEW - 1971 - JAZZ. Artie Shaw And His Orchestra - CD Album - 22 Original Big-Band Recordings. 21h. Artie Shaw And His Orchestra - Big Band Bash - CD Album - Giants Of Jazz - 1991. In Hollywood 1940-41, Volume 2 Big Band 1997. The Very Best of Artie Shaw Big Band 2001.

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