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Here's two better than average quality home recordings of the Casa Loma Band taken from the Meadowbrook Ballroom in Cedar Grove, NJ, from two weekend shows in March of 1940. Glenn never had any big-name players in his outfit (unless you count guys like Pee Wee Hunt and Murray McEachern in the trombone section), but the band played with a precision and swing that was mesmerizing. It was also a self-contained band, in the sense that there were no add-on boy or girl singers, the vocalizing being handled by reedman Kenny Sargent or trombonist Hunt. A well-rounded band that was one of the true innovators of the big-band era, the Casa Loma Orchestra is one of the hidden treasures from this era just waiting to be discovered. Well worth investigating.
Glen Gray (June 7, 1906 – August 23, 1963) was a jazz saxophonist and leader of the Casa Loma Orchestra.
1940 - 2000, MP3, 320 kbps. Download via torrent Download via magnet. Glen Gray & His Casa Loma Orchestra - Live From The Meadowbrook Ballroom, cedar Grove, NJ. 1940. 16. What Is This Thing Called Love. 09. Tumbling Tumbleweeds. 07. On The Isle Of Ma. p3. 08. Save Your Sorrows For Tomorrow. 04. You& a Lucky Gu. 18. Stop! It& Wonderful. 13. How High the Moon. 06. Prelude in C Sharp Minor. 15. It& a Blue World.
Cedar Grove is an unofficial Duran Duran live album, recorded during The Rio Tour at the Meadowbrook Ballroom in Cedar Grove, NJ, USA on 23 June 1982. The album is an incomplete recording of Duran Duran's performance at the Meadowbrook Ballroom, a venue located on Route 23 that was once home to Ame. uranduran. The Meadowbrook, Cedar Grove NJ 80's. Cedar Grove is a township in north central Essex County, New Jersey, United States.
1. Theme: Smoke Rings. 0. Popular albums by this artist. The Complete Okeh and Brunswick Hits. Best of the Brunswick Years 1932-1934. Glenn Miller: Portrait. SongMeanings is a place for discussion and discovery.
Full performer name: Glen Gray & The Casa Loma Orchestra. Personnel includes: Glen Gray (soprano, tenor, baritone & bass saxophones, flute, clarinet, oboe, basson); Seymour Baker, Grady Watts, Frank Ryerson (trumpet); Walter "Pee Wee" Hunt, Russell "Billy" Raunch (trombone); Howard Hall (piano); Jack Blanchette (guitar); Stanley Dennis (bass); Tony Briglia (drums). Recorded at Meadowbrook Ballroom, Cedar Grove, New Jersey from March 12-14, 1940. Includes liner notes by Tony Middleton. Liner Note Author: Tony Middleton. Recording information: Meadowbrook Ballroom, Cedar Grove, NJ (0). Here's two better than average quality home recordings of the Casa Loma Band taken from the Meadowbrook Ballroom in Cedar Grove, NJ, from two weekend shows in March of 1940.
and get 2 track for free to try out the service. G. Glen Gray & The Casa Loma Orchestra. Live From The Meadowbrook Ballroom, Cedar Grove, Nj. Glen Gray & The Casa Loma Orchestra - Live From The Meadowbrook Ballroom, Cedar Grove, Nj. 1940 JazzJazz. Release source: CD. Year: 2000.
Biography by Bruce Eder. Accomplished jazz saxophonist of early 20th Century who achieved success with the Casa Loma Orchestra and as a solo artist. Live from the Meadowbank Ballroom, Cedar Grove, NJ, 1940.
The Casa Loma Orchestra was an American dance band active from 1927 to 1963. With the decline of the big band business following the end of World War II, it disbanded in 1947
|1||Theme: Smoke Rings Gene Gifford||Glen Gray & the Casa Loma Orchestra||0:52|
|2||By the River||Glen Gray & the Casa Loma Orchestra||2:33|
|3||Indian Summer Al Dubin / Victor Herbert||Glen Gray & the Casa Loma Orchestra feat: Kenny Sargent||3:21|
|4||You're a Lucky Guy Sammy Cahn / Saul Chaplin||Glen Gray & the Casa Loma Orchestra feat: Pee Wee Hunt||3:01|
|5||Honeysuckle Rose Andy Razaf / Fats Waller||Glen Gray & the Casa Loma Orchestra||4:52|
|6||Prelude in C Sharp Minor Sergey Rachmaninov||Glen Gray & the Casa Loma Orchestra||2:43|
|7||On the Isle of May Mack David / André Kostelanetz / Pyotr Il'yich Tchaikovsky||Glen Gray & the Casa Loma Orchestra feat: Kenny Sargent||3:06|
|8||Save Your Sorrow (For Tomorrow) Buddy DeSylva / Al Sherman||Glen Gray & the Casa Loma Orchestra feat: Pee Wee Hunt||3:06|
|9||Tumbling Tumbleweeds Bob Nolan||Glen Gray & the Casa Loma Orchestra feat: Kenny Sargent||3:20|
|10||Git Away Day||Glen Gray & the Casa Loma Orchestra||2:25|
|11||Theme: Somke Rings Gene Gifford||Glen Gray & the Casa Loma Orchestra||0:55|
|12||Tuxedo Junction Julian Dash / Erskine Hawkins / Buddy Johnson||Glen Gray & the Casa Loma Orchestra||3:47|
|13||How High the Moon Nancy Hamilton / Morgan Lewis||Glen Gray & the Casa Loma Orchestra feat: Kenny Sargent||2:45|
|14||Wham (Re-Bop-Boom-Bam!) Eddie Durham / Taps Miller||Glen Gray & the Casa Loma Orchestra feat: Pee Wee Hunt||2:43|
|15||It's a Blue Moon||Glen Gray & the Casa Loma Orchestra||2:29|
|16||What Is This Thing Called Love? Cole Porter||Glen Gray & the Casa Loma Orchestra||3:20|
|17||Yours Is My Heart Alone Ludwig Herzer / Franz Lehár / Beda Fritz Loehner||Glen Gray & the Casa Loma Orchestra feat: Kenny Sargent||4:20|
|18||Stop! It's Wonderful Clay Boland / Bickley S. Reichmer||Glen Gray & the Casa Loma Orchestra feat: Pee Wee Hunt||2:54|
|19||No Name Jive Larry Wagner||Glen Gray & the Casa Loma Orchestra feat: Glen Gray||6:16|
Credits:Bill Abernathy - Announcer
Jack Blanchette - Guitar
Clay Boland - Composer
Tony Briglia - Drums
Dr. George Butler - Engineer
Sammy Cahn - Composer
Saul Chaplin - Composer
Julian Dash - Composer
Mack David - Composer
Stanley Dennis - Bass
Buddy DeSylva - Composer
Al Dubin - Composer
Eddie Durham - Composer
Gene Gifford - Composer
Glen Gray - Primary Artist, Reeds
Glen Gray & the Casa Loma Orchestra - Performer, Primary Artist
Nancy Hamilton - Composer
Erskine Hawkins - Composer
Victor Herbert - Composer
Ludwig Herzer - Composer
Pee Wee Hunt - Primary Artist, Trombone, Vocals
Clarence Hutchenrider - Reeds
Buddy Johnson - Composer
André Kostelanetz - Composer
Franz Lehár - Composer
Morgan Lewis - Composer
Beda Fritz Loehner - Composer
Murray McEachern - Reeds, Trombone
Tony Middleton - Liner Notes
Taps Miller - Composer
Bob Nolan - Composer
Cole Porter - Composer
Sergey Rachmaninov - Composer
Art Ralston - Reeds
Andy Razaf - Composer
Bickley S. Reichmer - Composer
Frank Ryerson - Trumpet
Kenny Sargent - Primary Artist, Reeds, Vocals
Al Sherman - Composer
Pyotr Il'yich Tchaikovsky - Composer
Larry Wagner - Composer
Fats Waller - Composer
Grady Watts - Trumpet