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Various - Big Bands' Greatest Hits mp3 download Performer: Various
Album: Big Bands' Greatest Hits
Country: US
Released: 1970
Style: Big Band
Size MP3: 1735 mb.
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Tracklist

Ray Noble And His Orchestra The Very Thought Of You 3:09
Count Basie And His Orchestra* One O'Clock Jump 3:03
Gene Krupa, His Drums And His Orchestra* Drumboogie 3:08
Charlie Barnet And His Orchestra Skyliner 3:01
Duke Ellington And His Orchestra Take The "A" Train 4:18
Glenn Miller And His Orchestra I Got Rhythm 3:02
Woody Herman And His Orchestra Caldonia 3:03
Les Brown And His Orchestra Sentimental Journey 3:12
Harry James And His Orchestra All Or Nothing At All 2:58
Orrin Tucker And His Orchestra Oh Johnny, Oh Johnny, Oh! 2:37
The Modernaires Juke Box Saturday Night 3:03
Lawrence Welk And His Orchestra Beer Barrel Polka 2:36
Orrin Tucker And His Orchestra Billy 2:00
Benny Goodman And His Orchestra Sing, Sing, Sing 9:31
Russ Morgan And His Orchestra Does Your Heart Beat For Me 3:00
Bunny Berigan And His Boys I Can't Get Started 3:23
Clyde McCoy And His Orchestra Sugar Blues 3:08
Claude Thornhill And His Orchestra Snowfall 2:58
Frankie Carle And His Orchestra Sunrise Serenade 3:07
Eddy Duchin Chopin Nocturne In E Flat 2:44

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
G 30009, CG 30009 Various Big Bands' Greatest Hits ‎(2xLP, Comp) Columbia, Columbia G 30009, CG 30009 US Unknown
S 66268, (G 30009), 64261, 64262 Various Big Bands' Greatest Hits ‎(2xLP, Comp) CBS, CBS, CBS, CBS S 66268, (G 30009), 64261, 64262 Germany 1970
S 66268 Various Big Bands' Greatest Hits ‎(2xLP, Comp) CBS S 66268 Netherlands 1970
S 64261 Various Big Bands' Greatest Hits ‎(2xLP, Comp) CBS S 64261 UK 1971
G 30009 Various Big Bands' Greatest Hits ‎(2xLP, Comp, Gat) Columbia G 30009 Canada 1972
CGT 30009 Various Big Bands' Greatest Hits, Volume I ‎(Cass, Album, Comp) Columbia CGT 30009 US Unknown

Tracklist

A1 Ray Noble & His Orchestra* The Very Thought Of You 3:09
A2 Count Basie & His Orchestra* One O'Clock Jump 3:03
A3 Gene Krupa, His Drums & His Orchestra* Drum Boogie 3:08
A4 Charlie Barnett & His Orchestra* Skyliner 3:01
A5 Duke Ellington & His Orchestra* Take The "A" Train 4:18
B1 Glenn Miller & His Orchestra* I Got Rhythm 3:02
B2 Woody Herman & His Orchestra* Caldonia 3:03
B3 Les Brown & His Orchestra* Sentimental Journey 3:12
B4 Harry James & His Orchestra* All Or Nothing At All 2:58
B5 Orrin Tucker And His Orchestra Oh Johnny, Oh Johnny, Oh! 2:37
C1 The Modernaires Juke Box Saturday Night 3:03
C2 Lawrence Welk & His Orchestra* Beer Barrel Polka 2:36
C3 Orrin Tucker And His Orchestra Billy 2:00
C4 Benny Goodman & His Orchestra* Sing, Sing, Sing 9:31
C5 Russ Morgan & His Orchestra* Does Your Heart Beat For Me 3:00
D1 Bunny Berigan & His Boys* I Can't Get Started 3:23
D2 Clyde McCoy And His Orchestra Sugar Blues 3:08
D3 Claude Thornhill & His Orchestra* Snowfall 2:58
D4 Frankie Carle & His Orchestra* Sunrise Serenade 3:07
D5 Eddy Duchin Chopin Nocturne In E-Flat 2:44

Notes

Made in Holland
Printed in Holland

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label side A): S 66268-A-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side B): S 66268-B-2
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side C): S 66268-C-3
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side D): S 66268-D-4
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Rights Society: BIEM

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
G 30009, CG 30009 Various Big Bands' Greatest Hits ‎(2xLP, Comp) Columbia, Columbia G 30009, CG 30009 US Unknown
S 64261 Various Big Bands' Greatest Hits ‎(2xLP, Comp) CBS S 64261 UK 1971
G 30009 Various Big Bands' Greatest Hits ‎(2xLP, Comp, Gat) Columbia G 30009 Canada 1972
CGT 30009 Various Big Bands' Greatest Hits, Volume I ‎(Cass, Album, Comp) Columbia CGT 30009 US Unknown
S 66268 Various Big Bands' Greatest Hits ‎(2xLP, Comp) CBS S 66268 Netherlands 1970
I've really come to love a lot of this music in recent years, even though it's been peripheral to my life since childhood. There are some brilliant and familiar and unjustly forgotten tracks on this compilation (which I'm guessing dates to the 70s, someone please correct me or the release data if you know). If I had any complaint, it's that there's a lot of stuff missing here, including my favorite sub-genre of big band music - songs about trains and train journeys (aside from "Take the "A" Train", of course). That probably shows just how diverse and wide-ranging big band music really was, though: it wasn't just a bunch of guys with horns and a sultry singer or a suave lounge lizard fronting. Big band music was a hell of a wild ride, and I'm looking forward to finding more of it to enjoy, even as its star seems set to continue to fade...