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Various - The Great Band Era (1936-1945) album flac

Performer: Various
Title: The Great Band Era (1936-1945)
Released: 1964
Style: Calypso, Big Band, Swing
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 923
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Readers Digest THE GREAT BAND ERA 1936-1945, Top Bands,10 Vinyl Records. Shipped with USPS Media Mail. What is the condition of this record album and this album cover?. For the most part, I'm just trying to categorize these. The Great Band Era 10LP Record Box Set (1936-1945). Here is " the great band era" 10 lp record set in very good condition. 37 top bands playing 10 years of the top tunes from 1936-1945. NEW SEALED The Great Band Era 1936-1945 10 LP Box Set RCA Readers Digest SWING. Brand new sealed vintage records. The Great Band Era is a compilation album featuring Swing music from 1936-1945

The Great Band Era (1936-1945).

Redirected from The Great Band Era (1936-1945)). The Great Band Era is a compilation album featuring Swing music from 1936-1945. Reader's Digest released the album in 1965. In 1988, the Recording Industry Association of America certified 9 million sales of the album – making it one of the top selling albums ever within the United States.

The Great Band Era-ALBUM SET 10 records. Every album was a joy to listen to. And each one was in great condition as described. The Reader's Digest ten-LP set entitled THE GREAT BAND ERA (1936-1945) (RD4-25) is arguably the finest collection of its kind. Every one of its 120 tracks are original recordings, dubbed from restored 78 rpm master plates or archived discs. RCA's simulated stereo effect has been sparingly used and filtration is minimal.

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The Great Band Era is a compilation album featuring Swing music from 1936-1945. Era

The Swing Era 1936 - 1937 - Студийный альбом от Various Artists. Вышел Неизвестно В альбом вошло 29 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 01:33:38. The Swing Era 1936 - 1937.

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12 Great Band Theme Songs
A1 Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra I'm Gettin' Sentimental Over You
Written-By – Bassman*, Washington*
A2 Duke Ellington And His Orchestra Take The "A" Train
Written-By – Billy Strayhorn
A3 Tony Pastor And His Orchestra Blossoms
Written-By – Al Avola
A4 Glenn Miller Orch.* Moonlight Serenade
Written-By – Miller*, Parish*
A5 Charlie Spivak And His Orchestra Star Dreams
Written-By – Spivak*, Burke*, Dee*
A6 Alvino Rey And His Orchestra Nighty Night
Vocals – Yvonne King And EnsembleWritten-By – Joe Davis
B1 Artie Shaw And His Orchestra Nightmare
Written-By – Artie Shaw
B2 Swing And Sway With Sammy Kaye* Kaye's Melody
Written-By – Sammy Kaye
B3 Benny Goodman And His Orchestra Goodbye
Written-By – Gordon Jenkins
B4 Charlie Barnet And His Glen Island Casino Orch.* Make Believe Ballroom
Written-By – Razaf*, Denniker*
B5 Lionel Hampton And His Orchestra Flying Home
Written-By – Goodman*, Hampton*
B6 Claude Thornhill And His Orchestra Snowfall
Written-By – Claude Thornhill
1936
C1 Benny Goodman And His Orchestra Christopher Columbus
Written-By – Razaf*, Berry*
C2 Tommy Dorsey And His Clambake Seven The Music Goes Round And Round
Vocals – Edythe WrightWritten-By – Farley*, Riley*, Hodgson*
C3 Guy Lombardo And His Royal Canadians When Did You Leave Heaven?
Vocals – Carmen LombardoWritten-By – Whiting*, Bullock*
C4 "Fats" Waller & His Rhythm* All My Life
Vocals – "Fats" Waller*Written-By – Stept*, Mitchell*
C5 Benny Goodman And His Orchestra These Foolish Things Remind Me Of You
Vocals – Helen WardWritten-By – Link*, Marvell*, Strachey*
C6 Eddy Duchin And His Orchestra Moon Over Miami
Vocals – Lew SherwoodWritten-By – Leslie*, Burke*
1945
D1 Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra On The Atchison, Topeka And Santa Fe
Vocals – The SentimentalistsWritten-By – Warren*, Mercer*
D2 Vaughn Monroe And His Orchestra There I've Said It Again
Vocals – The Norton Sisters, Vaughn MonroeWritten-By – Evans*, Mann*
D3 Artie Shaw And His Orchestra Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate The Positive
Vocals – Imogene LynnWritten-By – Arlen*, Mercer*
D4 Freddy Martin And His Orchestra Symphony
Vocals – Clyde RogersWritten-By – Alstone*, Lawrence*
D5 Charlie Spivak And His Orchestra It's Been A Long Long Time
Vocals – Irene DayeWritten-By – Styne*, Cahn*
D6 Hal McIntyre And His Orchestra Sentimental Journey
Written-By – Homer*, Green*, Brown*
1937 Part 1
E1 Benny Goodman And His Orchestra Bob White
Vocals – Martha TiltonWritten-By – Hanighen*, Mercer*
E2 Guy Lombardo And His Royal Canadians A Sailboat In The Moonlight
Vocals – Carmen LombardoWritten-By – Lombardo*, Loeb*
E3 Benny Goodman And His Orchestra A Study In Brown
Written-By – Larry Clinton
E4 Eddy Duchin And His Orchestra Moonlight And Shadows
Vocals – Lew SherwoodWritten-By – Hollaender*, Robin*
E5 Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra Once In A While
Written-By – Green*, Edwards*
E6 Shep Fields And His Rippling Rhythm Orch.* Goodnight My Love
Written-By – Revel*, Gordon*
1944 Part 2
F1 Glenn Miller And His Orchestra Blue Rain
Vocals – Ray EberleWritten-By – Van Heusen*, Mercer*
F2 Earl Hines And His Orchestra It Had To Be You
Vocals – Madeline Green And The Three Varieties*Written-By – Kahn*, Jones*
F3 Hal McIntyre And His Orchestra I'm Making Believe
Vocals – Ruth GaylorWritten-By – Monaco*, Gordon*
F4 The Four King Sisters With Male Chorus* Mairzy Doats (And Dozy Doats)
Written-By – Hoffman*, Livingston*, Drake*
F5 Sammy Kaye And His Orchestra You Always Hurt The One You Love
Vocals – Billy Williams Written-By – Roberts*, Fisher*
F6 David Rose & His Orchestra Poinciana
Written-By – Bernier*, Simon*
1937 Part 2
G1 Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra Dipsy Doodle
Vocals – Edythe WrightWritten-By – Larry Clinton
G2 Hal Kemp And His Orchestra The Moon Got In My Eyes
Vocals – Bob Allen Written-By – Johnston*, Burke*
G3 Guy Lombardo And His Royal Canadians So Rare
Vocals – Carmen LombardoWritten-By – Herst*, Sharpe*
G4 Benny Goodman And His Orchestra Afraid To Dream
Vocals – Betty VanWritten-By – Revel*, Gordon*
G5 Rudy Vallee And His Connecticut Yankees Vieni, Vieni
Vocals – Rudy Vallee, The Gentlemen SongstersWritten By – Scotto-Koger-Varna-Vallee
G6 Guy Lombardo And His Royal Canadians That Old Feeling
Vocals – Carmen LombardoWritten-By – Brown*, Fain*
1944 Part 1
H1 Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra I'll Be Seeing You
Vocals – Frank SinatraWritten-By – Kahal*, Fain*
H2 Sammy Kaye And His Orchestra There Goes That Song Again
Vocals – Nancy NormanWritten-By – Styne*, Cahn*
H3 Tony Pastor And His Orchestra Dance With A Dolly
Vocals – Tony PastorWritten-By – Eaton*, Leader*, Shand*
H4 Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra I Dream Of You
Vocals – Freddie Stewart Written-By – Osser*, Goetschius*
H5 Vaughn Monroe And His Orchestra Rum And Coca-Cola
Vocals – Rosemary Calvin, Norton Sisters*Written-By – Sullavan*, Amsterdam*, Baron*
H6 The Four King Sisters* San Fernando Valley
Written-By – Gordon Jenkins
1938 Part 1
I1 Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra Music, Maestro, Please
Vocals – Edythe WrightWritten-By – Wrubel*, Magidson*
I2 Guy Lombardo And His Royal Canadians Bei Mir Bist Du Schon
Vocals – Male TrioWritten-By – Jacobs*, Cahn*, Chaplin*, Secunda*
I3 Benny Goodman And His Orchestra I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart
Vocals – Martha TiltonWritten-By – Ellington*, Nemo*, Mills*, Redmond*
I4 Artie Shaw And His Orchestra I Have Eyes
Vocals – Helen ForrestWritten-By – Robin*, Rainger*
I5 Larry Clinton And His Orchestra Heart And Soul
Vocals – Bea WainWritten-By – Loesser*, Carmichael*
I6 Hal Kemp And His Orchestra I've Got A Pocket Full Of Dreams
Vocals – Judy StarrWritten-By – Monaco*, Burke*
1943 Part 2
J1 Abe Lyman And His Californians* For Me And My Gal
Vocals – Bill Sherman Written-By – Goetz*, Leslie*, Meyer*
J2 Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra Manhattan Serenade
Vocals – Jo StaffordWritten-By – Adamson*, Alter*
J3 Freddy Martin And His Orchestra All Or Nothing At All
Vocals – Clyde RogersWritten-By – Altman*, Lawrence*
J4 Glenn Miller And His Orchestra A Pink Cocktail For A Blue Lady
Vocals – Skip NelsonWritten-By – Oakland*, Magidson*
J5 Enric Madriguera And His Orchestra Brazil
Written-By – Barroso*
J6 Glenn Miller And His Orchestra It's Always You
Vocals – Ray EberleWritten-By – Burke-Van Heusen*
1938 Part 2
K1 Benny Goodman And His Orchestra The Flat Foot Floogee
Vocals [Refrain] – The Band*Written-By – Green*, Stewart*, Gaillard*
K2 Larry Clinton And His Orchestra I Double Dare You
Vocals – Bea WainWritten-By – Eaton*, Shand*
K3 Jan Savitt And His Top Hatters You Go To My Head
Vocals – Carlotta DaleWritten-By – Gillespie*, Coots*
K4 Ozzie Nelson And His Orchestra Says My Heart
Written-By – Lane*, Loesser*, Harriet Hilliard
K5 Larry Clinton And His Orchestra My Reverie
Vocals – Bea WainWritten-By – Clinton*
K6 Tommy Dorsey And His Clambake Seven You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby
Vocals – Edythe WrightWritten-By – Warren*, Mercer*
1943 Part 1
L1 Sammy Kaye And His Orchestra Taking A Chance On Love
Vocals – The Three Kadets*Written-By – Latouche*, Fetter*, Duke*
L2 Glenn Miller And His Orchestra Moonlight Mood
Written-By – Adamson*, DeRose*
L3 Alvino Rey And His Orchestra Dearly Beloved
Vocals – Bill SchallenWritten-By – Kern*, Mercer*
L4 Teddy Powell And His Orchestra Let's Get Lost
Vocals – Peggy MannWritten-By – Loesser*, McHugh*
L5 Glenn Miller And His Orchestra That Old Black Magic
Written-By – Arlen*, Mercer*
L6 Freddy Martin And His Orchestra Warsaw Concerto
Piano – Jack FinaWritten-By – Richard Addinsell
1939 Part 1
M1 Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra Blue Orchids
Arranged By – P. Wetstein*Vocals – Jack LeonardWritten-By – Hoagy Carmichael
M2 Les Brown And His Orchestra Don't Worry 'Bout Me
Vocals – Miriam ShawWritten-By – Bloom*, Koehler*
M3 Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra Our Love
Vocals – Jack LeonardWritten-By – Bernier*, Clinton*, Emmerich*
M4 Freddy Martin And His Orchestra Scatter-Brain
Vocals – Glen HughesWritten-By – Bean*, Masters*, Burke*, Keene*
M5 Skinnay Ennis And His Orchestra Wishing
Vocals – Skinnay EnnisWritten-By – Bud DeSylva*
M6 Hal Kemp And His Orchestra Sunrise Serenade
Written-By – Frankie Carle, Jack Lawrence
1942 Part 2
N1 Glenn Miller And His Orchestra Serenade In Blue
Vocals – Ray EberleWritten-By – Warren*, Gordon*
N2 Freddy Martin And His Orchestra Jingle, Jangle, Jingle
Vocals – Clyde Rogers, Stuart Wade Written-By – Loesser*, Lilley*
N3 Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra Blues In The Night
Vocals – Jo StaffordWritten-By – Arlen*, Mercer*
N4 Vaughn Monroe And His Orchestra When The Lights Go On Again
Vocals – Vaughn MonroeWritten-By – Benjemen*, Seiler*, Marcus*
N5 Alvino Rey And His Orchestra Strip Polka
Vocals – The Four King Sisters And Chorus*Written-By – Johnny Mercer
N6 Vaughn Monroe And His Orchestra Tangerine
Vocals – Vaughn MonroeWritten-By – Mercer*, Schertzinger*
1939 Part 2
O1 Artie Shaw And His Orchestra Do I Love You
Vocals – Helen ForrestWritten-By – Cole Porter
O2 Ziggy Elman & His Orchestra And The Angels Sing
Written-By – Mercer*, Elman*
O3 Bunny Berigan & His Orchestra I Cried For You
Vocals – Kathleen LaneWritten-By – Lyman*, Freed*, Arnheim*
O4 Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra Heaven Can Wait
Vocals – Jack LeonardWritten-By – Delange*, Van Heusen*
O5 Glenn Miller And His Orchestra The Lamp Is Low
Vocals – Ray EberleWritten-By – Shefter*, Ravel*, Parish*, DeRose*
O6 Sammy Kaye And His Orchestra The Umbrella Man
Vocals – The Three Barons And Chorus*Written-By – Stock*, DeRose*
1942 Part 1
P1 Artie Shaw And His Orchestra I Don't Want To Walk Without You
Vocals – Paula KellyWritten-By – Loesser*, Styne*
P2 Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra Sleepy Lagoon
Trombone [Solo] – Tommy DorseyWritten-By – Coates*, Lawrence*
P3 Alvino Rey And His Orchestra Deep In The Heart Of Texas
Vocals – Bill Schallen, Skeets HerfurtWritten-By – Swander*, Hershey*
P4 Earl Hines And His Orchestra Skylark
Vocals – Billy EckstineWritten-By – Carmichael*, Mercer*
P5 Freddy Martin And His Orchestra Rose O'Day
Vocals – Eddie Stone And ChorusWritten-By – Lewis*, Tobias*
P6 Glenn Miller And His Orchestra Moonlight Cocktail
Vocals – Ray Eberle, The ModernairesWritten-By – Gannon*, Roberts*
1940 Part 1
Q1 Glenn Miller And His Orchestra Blueberry Hill
Vocals – Ray EberleWritten-By – Lewis*, Stock*, Rose*
Q2 Charlie Barnet And His Orchestra All This And Heaven Too
Vocals – Larry Taylor Written-By – Delange*, Van Heusen*
Q3 Bob Chester And His Orchestra We Three (My Echo, My Shadow And Me)
Vocals – Dolores O'NeillWritten-By – Robertson*, Cogane*, Mysels*
Q4 Gray Gordon And His Tic-Toc Rhythm Ferryboat Serenade
Vocals – Meredith Blake And Chorus*Written-By – DiLazzaro*, Adamson*, Panseri*
Q5 Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra Fools Rush In (Where Angels Fear To Tread)
Vocals – Frank SinatraWritten-By – Mercer*, Bloom*
Q6 Vaughn Monroe And His Orchestra There I Go
Vocals – Vaughn MonroeWritten-By – Zaret*, Weiser*
1941 Part 2
R1 Charlie Barnet And His Orchestra I Hear A Rhapsody
Vocals – Bob CarrollWritten-By – Gasparre*, Fragos*, Baker*
R2 Sammy Kaye And His Orchestra Daddy
Vocals – Kaye Choir*Written-By – Troup*
R3 Glenn Miller And His Orchestra Chattanooga Choo Choo
Vocals – Tex Beneke, The Four Modernaires*Written-By – Warren*, Gordon*
R4 Freddy Martin And His Orchestra The Hut-Sut Song
Vocals – Eddie Stone Written-By – Owens*, Killion*, McMichael*
R5 Glenn Miller And His Orchestra I Guess I'll Have To Dream The Rest
Vocals – Ray Eberle, The Four Modernaires*Written-By – Green*, Block*, Stoner*
R6 Hal Kemp And His Orchestra It All Comes Back To Me Now
Vocals – Bob Allen Written-By – Kramer*, Zaret*, Whitney*
1940 Part 2
S1 Artie Shaw And His Orchestra Frenesi
Written-By – Dominguez*, Russell*, Charles*
S2 Larry Clinton And His Orchestra The Nearness Of You
Vocals – Helen SouthernWritten-By – Carmichael*, Washington*
S3 Glenn Miller And His Orchestra Woodpecker Song
Vocals – Marion HuttonWritten-By – C. B.*, Di Lazzaro*, Adamson*
S4 Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra Imagination
Vocals – Frank SinatraWritten-By – Van Heusen-Burke*
S5 Bob Chester And His Orchestra With The Wind And The Rain In Your Hair
Vocals – Dolores O'NeillWritten-By – Edwards*, Lawrence*
S6 Glenn Miller And His Orchestra Sierra Sue
Vocals – Ray EberleWritten-By – Joseph B. Carey
1941 Part 1
T1 Glenn Miller And His Orchestra Perfidia
Vocals – Dorothy Claire, The Four Modernaires*Written-By – Dominguez*, Leeds*
T2 Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra Dolores
Vocals – Frank Sinatra, The Pied PipersWritten-By – Loesser*, Alter*
T3 Artie Shaw And His Orchestra This Time The Dreams On Me
Vocals – Bonnie LakeWritten-By – Arlen*, Mercer*
T4 Jan Savitt And His Top Hatters The Things I Love
Vocals – Allan DeWittWritten-By – Barlow*, Harris*
T5 Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra You And I
Vocals – Frank SinatraWritten-By – Meredith Wilson*
T6 Xavier Cugat And His Orchestra Yours (Quiereme Mucho)
Vocals – Dinah ShoreWritten-By – Roig*, Sherr*

Notes

K5 is based on Debussy's "Reverie."
M3 is adapted from Tchaikovsky's "Romeo and Juliet."
O5 is based on a theme from Ravel's "Pavane."

Manufactured especially for READER'S DIGEST by Radio Corporation of America.

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Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
RD 25-K Various The Great Band Era (1936-1945) ‎(10xLP, Comp + Box) Reader's Digest, RCA Custom RD 25-K US 1964
RD 5-025-1 Various The Great Band Era ‎(4x8-Trk, Comp) Reader's Digest RD 5-025-1 US 1975
RD 25E-K Various 40-talets Toppband (1936-1945) ‎(10xLP, Comp, RE + LP, Comp, RE, Bon + Box, Comp, R) Reader's Digest, RCA Custom RD 25E-K Sweden 1969
RD25-K Various The Great Band Era (1936-1945) ‎(10xLP, Comp, Mono + Box) Reader's Digest, RCA Custom RD25-K US 1964
KRD-025/A2, KRD-025/A4 Various The Great Band Era ‎(4xCass, Comp) Reader's Digest, Reader's Digest KRD-025/A2, KRD-025/A4 US 1983
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