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Jimmy Dorsey - Dixie by Dorsey [1950] mp3 download

Performer: Jimmy Dorsey
Title: Dixie by Dorsey [1950]
Style: Dixieland
Duration: 25:20
Released: 1950
Date of recording: November 11, 1949 - November 13, 1949
Size MP3 version: 1362 mb
Size FLAC version: 1696 mb
Size WMA version: 1384 mb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 128
Format: MP3 MPC DTS APE MIDI DXD
Genre: Jazz

Jimmy Dorsey - Dixie by Dorsey [1950] mp3 download


In 1949, swing bandleader Jimmy Dorsey often revisited his roots, taking a small group out of his orchestra and playing heated Dixieland. The Original Dorseyland Jazz Band" is featured during eight standards on this 10" LP; some of the contents have been reissued since. Dorsey (sticking to clarinet) is heard sharing the frontline with trumpeter Charlie Teagarden, trombonist Cutty Cutshall and tenor saxophonist Frank Maynes. The four-piece rhythm section (pianist Dick Cary, guitarist Carl Kress, bassist Bill Lolatte, and drummer Ray Bauduc) keeps the music swinging.

Musicians: ・Jimmy Dorsey (Clarinet) ・Charlie Teagarden (Trumpet, Vocals: B3) ・Cutty Cutshall (Trombone) ・Frank Maynes (Tenor Saxophone) ・Carl Kress (Guitar) ・Bill Lolatte (Bass) ・Dick Cary (Piano) ・Ray Bauduc (Drums) ・Claire "Shanty" Hogan (Vocals: A3). Категория. Panama (1950)-7247-DNC. AdRev for Rights Holder.

These records are polystyrene pressings, which was common in the 1950s. First label number on box front and spine. Second set of label numbers align with the four records. Originally released in 1949 on four 78 rpm 10" shellac records in box set Jimmy Dorsey And His Original "Dorseyland" Jazz Band - Dixie By Dorsey. This track list is same as original. Also released as 10" LP with same track list Jimmy Dorsey And His Original "Dorseyland" Jazz Band - Dixie By Dorsey.

James Dorsey (February 29, 1904 – June 12, 1957) was an American jazz clarinetist, saxophonist, composer and big band leader.

James "Jimmy" Dorsey (February 29, 1904 – June 12, 1957) was a prominent American jazz clarinetist, saxophonist, trumpeter, composer, and big band leader. He was known as "JD".

Dorsey called the unit Jimmy Dorsey & His Original "Dorseyland" Jazz Band, and the idea was to re-create the kind of sound he used to play back in the 1920s with the California Ramblers. Surprisingly, a version of the 1917 song "Johnson Rag" made the charts, as did the 10" album Dixie by Dorsey, which was followed by another, "Dorseyland" Dance Parade. The Dixieland fad passed, and Dorsey went back to struggling, eventually disbanding and joining his brother Tommy Dorsey's band in 1953

Dixie by Dorsey (1955). Album by Jimmy Dorsey. When You're Smiling (The Whole World Smiles With You). is a cover of. When You're Smiling (The Whole World Smiles With You) by Louisiana Rhythm Kings feat. Harry Maxfield (1928).

JIMMY DORSEY - DIXIE BY DORSEY - 8 hits Set C-196 Columbia 78 rpm 4-record album. Album cover shows wear. They look to be in pretty good condition, but may have defects. C-196-5 Muskat Ramble, C-196-6 High Society - this side may have a scratch. Jimmy Dorsey's Greatest Hits with Lee Castle and The Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra - LP 12" vinyl record Album, 33-1/3 RPM, Columbia Special Products, CSRP BN529. RARE "ONE EYE" on Vinyl.

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Jazz Me Blues Tom Delaney Jimmy Dorsey 3:13
2 Panama William Tyers Jimmy Dorsey 3:15
3 Tin Roof Blues New Orleans Rhythm Kings / Walter Melrose Jimmy Dorsey 3:07
4 High Society Walter Melrose / Porter Steele Jimmy Dorsey 3:00
5 Struttin' With Some Barbecue Lil Hardin / Don Raye Jimmy Dorsey 3:18
6 Chimes Blues King Oliver Jimmy Dorsey 3:04
7 Muskrat Ramble Ray Gilbert / Kid Ory Jimmy Dorsey 3:12
8 South Rampart Street Parade Ray Bauduc / Bob Haggart Jimmy Dorsey 3:11

Credits

Ray Bauduc - Composer, Drums
Dick Cary - Piano
Cutty Cutshall - Trombone
Tom Delaney - Composer
Jimmy Dorsey - Clarinet, Primary Artist, Sax (Alto)
Ray Gilbert - Composer
Bob Haggart - Composer
Lil Hardin - Composer
King Oliver - Composer
Carl Kress - Guitar
Bill Lolatte - Bass
Walter Melrose - Composer
New Orleans Rhythm Kings - Composer
Kid Ory - Composer
Don Raye - Composer
Porter Steele - Composer
Charlie Teagarden - Trumpet
William Tyers - Composer