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Hal Kemp - Volume 4, December 21, 1935-March 13, 1936 Album

Hal Kemp - Volume 4, December 21, 1935-March 13, 1936 Album
Performer: Hal Kemp
Title: Volume 4, December 21, 1935-March 13, 1936
Country: US
Genre: Jazz
Style:Big Band
Catalog number: AJAZZ 433
Label: AJAZZ Records
MP3 album szie: 1010 mb
FLAC album size: 2129 mb

Tracklist

1The Music Goes 'Round And Around
Vocals – Saxie Dowell
2I Don't Want To Make History
Vocals – Maxine Grey
3Gloomy Sunday
Vocals – Bob Allen
4There's A Small Hotel
Vocals – Maxine Grey
5The Touch Of Your Lips
Vocals – Skinny Ennis
6Desire
Vocals – Bob Allen
7The Bride Comes Home
Vocals – Skinny Ennis
8I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A Letter
Vocals – Skinny Ennis
9My Heart And I
Vocals – Bob Allen
10It's Got To Be Love
Vocals – Skinny Ennis
11Lost
Vocals – Bob Allen
12I'se A Muggin'
Vocals – Saxie Dowell
13That Moment Of Moments
Vocals – Bob Allen
14I Can't Get Started
Vocals – Skinny Ennis

Credits

  • Alto SaxophoneBen Williams , Hal Kemp, Harold Dankers, Saxie Dowell
  • Baritone SaxophoneBen Williams
  • BassJack Shirra
  • ClarinetBen Williams , Hal Kemp, Harold Dankers, Saxie Dowell
  • DrumsSkinny Ennis
  • GuitarPhil Fent
  • PianoJohn Scott Trotter
  • TromboneEddie Kusby, Wendell Mayhew
  • TrumpetEarl Geiger, Russ Case

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