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It Should Be You - Henry ;Red; Allen - Swing Out (CD)

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  1. Maugor says:
    This English import is a perfect complement to the Classics series for the CD consists of all of the alternate takes from Red Allen 's sessions (including two very different versions of "It Should Be You") and his meetings with singers Victoria and Addie Spivey.
  2. Mejind says:
    Swing Out by Henry 'Red' Allen - CD () for $ from ogsparexcorbanasotenheafusany.xyzinfo Jazz - Order by Phone Price: $
  3. Sharisar says:
    Label: Classics (11) - CLASSICS • Series: The Classics Chronological Series - • Format: CD Compilation • Country: France • Genre: Jazz • Style: Dixieland, Swing, Big Band Henry "Red" Allen And His Orchestra - (, CD) | Discogs4/5(2).
  4. Gasida says:
    Long before Ellington and Basie, this is where swing really started. Track Listing: CD 1: Henry Allen & His New York Orchestra: 1. It Should Be You - 2. Biff'ly Blues - 3. Feeling Drowsy - 4. Swing Out - Victoria Spivey and The Four Wanderers: 5. Make a Country Bird Fly Wild - 6. Funny Feathers - 7.
  5. Bralar says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Swing Out on Discogs.
  6. Nekazahn says:
    –Henry Allen Junior And His New York Orchestra* It Should Be You – Henry Allen Junior And His New York Orchestra* Biff'ly Blues – Henry Allen Junior And His New York Orchestra* Feeling Drowsy – Henry Allen Junior And His New York Orchestra* Swing Out – Luis Russell And His Orchestra The New Call Of The Freaks – Luis Russell And His Orchestra Jersey Lightning.
  7. Kazratilar says:
    Vol. 1: -- The Alternative Takes, Vol. 1 contains 24 Henry "Red" Allen tracks on a single disc, including multiple takes of "Feelin' Drowsy," "Swing Out," and "A Shine on Your Shoes." While the disc is definitely directed toward collectors, anyone with an interest in this period of jazz will also enjoy it.
  8. Sabei says:
    You might want to supplement it with a collection of the Luis Russell Orchestra and some of his 50s recordings, but this is a great starting place to explore one of the great New Orleans trumpeters from the hot jazz era, though you may want to consider the 2-disc CD from Restrospective, "Henry Red Allen: Ride, Red, Ride!"4/5(1).
  9. Nabar says:
    Aug 01,  · Henry Allen, Jr., was born on January 7, in Algiers, Louisiana. His father Henry Allen, Sr., () played trumpet and led one of the top brass bands in New Orleans. Young Allen could not help but grow up around music. Early on he spent time playing drums, ukulele, violin, and alto horn before switching to trumpet.

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