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Nat Shilkret & His Orchestra, Vocal by Gene Austin (?) - The Lonesome Road, Victor 1929 NOTE: Because of complaints about bad sound quality of the previous.
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Nat King Cole and Peggy Lee recorded popular cross-over versions in the 1940s. 1925 – "Dinah" is a song composed by Harry Akst with lyrics by Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young. Nick Lucas recorded a popular version the same year . The radio premiere was by Nathaniel Shilkret on the La Touraine broadcast on January 30, 1929, and the first recording was by Shilkret conducting the Victor Symphony Orchestra on February 4, 1929 "Basin Street Blues" is a blues song written by Spencer Williams and introduced by Louis Armstrong. Listed in The Real Book, Volume V.
Nat Shilkret & His Victor Orchestra: Orchestral music project created by Gerard Schwarz, former music director and conductor laureate of Seattle Symphony. It is a television and DVD project, filmed by 18 high definition video cameras without an audience for PBS, the Khan Academy, educators, students, "and enthusiasts. Mr Schwarz assembled 95 leading orchestral musicians, of major symphony orchestras, from across the United States. The assembled players performed over a four-day period. In 2014, the program consisted of eight episodes