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Genre: Jazz / Pop
Performer: Dinah Shore
Album: St. Louis Blues - Early In The Morning / What Will I Do
Released: 1948
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Harry James And His Orchestra 1948-49 is a double album by American trumpeter Harry James with The Harry James Orchestra. The album consists of live radio transcripts recorded during 1948 and 1949 and was released in 1969 by Big Band Landmarks (Volumes X-XI). As bop surpassed swing by the late 1940s, James was surprisingly open to its influence.

A–Dinah Shore, Johnny MercerSt. Louis Blues - Early In The Morning. Accompanied By – Harry James And His Orchestra. Off-air recordings made on 19 March 1948. Related Music albums to St. Louis Blues - Early In The Morning, What Will I Do by Dinah Shore.

Read about East Coast Blues from Harry James and His Orchestra's Best Of The Big Bands and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. James was an instrumentalist of the swing era, employing a bravura playing style that made his trumpet work identifiable. He was one of the most popular bandleaders of the first half of the 1940s, and he continued to lead his band until just before his death, 40 years later. He was born in Albany, Georgia, the son of a bandleader of a traveling circus. By the age of 10 he was taking trumpet lessons from his father, who placed him on a strict daily practice schedule.

Harry James & His Orchestra When Your Lover Has Gone. Harry James & His Orchestra Trumpet Blues And Cantabile. Harry James & His Orchestra He s My Guy. 03:23. Harry James, His Orchestra Ciribiribin.

As jug bands gained in popularity, he was driven to compose music in a similar style, LW most notably with St. Louis Blues, a lyric he claims he was inspired to write after hearing a St. Louis woman complaining about her cheating husband. LW. He wrote the song in 1914, a time when the popular songs of Tin Pan Alley began fusing with folklore to explore the blues, the form that led to the full-fledged birth of American jazz. PM Among others to record it were Bing Crosby, Benny Goodman, Duke Ellington, Guy Lombardo, Lena Horne, Dinah Shore, Johnny Mercer, and Pearl Bailey. RCG The song has been featured in more than 25 Hollywood films, including the 1958 biopic St. Louis Blues, in which Nat King Cole plays Handy and sings his signature song. Handy’s DMDB encyclopedia entry.

In 1929 Louis Armstrong was hired to play in the pit band of the popular all Black musical revue Hot Chocolates, which featured the music of Andy Razaf and Fats Waller. The show was a great success and Armstrong stole the show with his singing of Ain't Misbehavin' which became his biggest selling record to date. After each night's show he would then join the Dickerson crew at Connie's Inn and finish the evening at the Lafayette Theater (7th Avenue at 132nd Street) next door. In 1929 he started to record quite a few of Hoagy Carmichael's songs. Medley Of Armstrong Hits Part 2 Intro. When You're Smiling, St. James Infirmary, Dinah. Decca 797 A. Something Tells Me (Johnny Mercer, Harry Warren).

Duke Ellington, Johnny Hodges. Back to Back: Duke Ellington and Johnny Hodges Play the Blues. Verve Jazz Masters 4. Verve.

James Infirmary is a traditional American folk song of uncertain origin. It has been attributed by some as the work of Irving Mills, who used the pseudonym Joe Primrose. It’s similar to an 18th century English folk song called The Unfortunate Rake. There are over 120 versions of the song, from Louis Armstrong to Cab Calloway to Betty Boop to Van Morrison to the White Stripes. There are over 20 versions of the lyrics, so the lyrics that follow in this annotation are an amalgamation of many interpretations of the song.

Tracklist

A Dinah Shore, Johnny Mercer St. Louis Blues - Early In The Morning
B Dinah Shore What Will I Do

Credits

  • Accompanied By – Harry James And His Orchestra

Notes

Off-air recordings made on 19 March 1948
Performer: Dinah Shore
Genre: Other
Title: Dinah Sings, Previn Plays
Released: 1988
Performer: Dinah Shore
Genre: Pop
Title: Come Back To My Arms / This Must Be The Place
Country: US
Released: 1954
Performer: Dinah Shore
Genre: Pop
Title: Love Songs, Sung By Dinah Shore
Country: Canada
Released: 1958
Performer: Dinah Shore
Genre: Pop
Title: Lower Basin Street Revisited
Country: US
Released: 1965
Performer: Dinah Shore
Genre: Pop
Title: Creemos En El Amor (Three Coins In The Fountain )
Released: 1958
Performer: Ginny Simms
Genre: Pop
Title: You'll Never Know
Released: 1943
Performer: Eddie Fisher
Genre: Screen
Title: Songs From My Fair Lady
Country: UK
Released: 1958
Performer: Dinah Shore
Genre: Pop
Title: I'll Always Love You / I Didn't Know What Time It Was
Country: US
Released: 1950
Performer: Dinah Shore
Genre: Pop / Screen
Title: Personality / Welcome To My Dream
Country: US
Released: 1945
Performer: Dinah Shore
Genre: Pop / World, Country
Title: Fascination / Till
Country: US
Released: 1957
Performer: Dinah Shore
Genre: Screen
Title: Aaron Slick From Punkin Crick
Released: 1952
Performer: Dinah Shore
Genre: Pop / World, Country
Title: Fascination
Country: US