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Frankie Carle - Era: The 50's -Music Of The Great Bands flac album

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Performer: Frankie Carle
Title: Era: The 50's -Music Of The Great Bands
Country: US
Style: Big Band
Category: Jazz
Rating: 4.2 ✦

Written-By – Clarence "Pinetop" Smith. A2. The Commando's Serenade. Written-By – Matthews, McIntyre. DLP 25877, SR66-9894. Era: The 40's - Music Of The Great Bands ‎(LP, Album). DOT Records, Calendar Records (2).

The Rock and Roll Era is generally dated from the March 25, 1955 premiere of the motion picture, "The Blackboard Jungle". Whereas big band/swing music placed the primary emphasis on the orchestration, post-war/early 1950s era Pop focused on the song’s story and/or the emotion being expressed.

Frankie Carle Plays the Great Piano Hits, RCA Victor (LSP-3425, 1965). The Tropical Style of Frankie Carle, RCA Victor (LPM 3609, 1966). The Best of Frankie Carle, RCA Victor (LSP 3469, 1966). Frankie Carle, Dot (DLP 25789, 1967). Somewhere My Love, Dot (DLP 25802/25804, 1967). Sunrise Serenade, Harmony (HS 11217, 1967). Era: The 30's, Dot (DLP 25847, 1968). Era: The 40's, Dot (DLP 25877, 1968). Era: The 50's, Dot (DLP 25928, 1969). Carle's music was known for being light because of his buoyant touch; this resulted in romantic, danceable melodies which were very popular. His major compositions included "Sunrise Serenade", "Falling Leaves", "Roses in the Rain", "A Lover's Lullaby", "Swing and a Miss", "Syncopated Doll", "This Day", "Travelin' Mood", "When Your Lips Met Mine", "Oh!

View all records by Frankie Carle for sale on CDandLP in LP, CD, 12inch, 7inch format. frankie carle 30 hits of the fantastic 50's. RCA LSP-2881 Black stereo dynagroove label Shrink wrap 1964. Price : . 6 € . 8 €. Format : LP.

A YouTube History of Music. Swing Era 1. Big Bands. Among countless honors, such as multiple doctorates, Ellington won a Pulitzer Special Award in 1999. 2009 saw the issue of the Duke Ellington coin by the . More Ellington under Johnny Hodges. References: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13.

Frankie Carle (March 25, 1903–March 7, 2001) was an American pianist and bandleader. As a very popular bandleader in the 1940s and 1950s, Carle was nicknamed "The Wizard of the Keyboard", He started out working with a number of mainstream dance bands. He received attention when he joined Horace Heidt's band, later becoming co-leader of the band. He left Heidt's band in 1944 to form his own. His daughter, Marjorie Hughes, was the lead female singer.

When we get down to cases, we find that several of the most distinctive and influential rock & roll performers of the mid-Fifties were making music that could not, by any stretch of the imagination, be defined as a continuation of pre-1955 R&B. There was no clear precedent in R&B for an artist like Chuck Berry, who combined hillbilly, blues. First, it was the only form of popular music that specifically addressed and was tailored to teenagers - there had been adult records and kiddie records, but nothing for that burgeoning bulge of the baby-boom population caught between childhood and adulthood.

Their music was sparked by Carles bravura piano style. The big-band era ended, but Carle's career didn't. He didn't chart any records after the '40s, but he was still touring and playing concerts in the '80s, 40 years after he left Horace Heidt's band, and 70 years after he started in the business. Carle was the most senior of surviving big-band leaders until he passed away in early 2001 at the age of 97.

MUNA, Winterbreak The women of MUNA try to get over great love lost on Winterbreak. The track could easily be mistaken for Sade, with gorgeous harmonies and keyboards that drip like water out of a faucet. Frankie Knuckles would be proud. DL. 33. Justin Timberlake, Pusher Love Girl After Prince died in April 2016, Justin Timberlake said, He’s somewhere within every song I’ve ever written.


A1 Love For Sale
A2 Nina Never Knew
A3 Lullaby Of Birdland
A4 Dizzier And Dizzier
A5 My Funny Valentine
A6 Hot Toddy
B1 Night Train
B2 Man With A Horn
B3 Rock Around The Clock
B4 September Song
B5 So Rare

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ST-91984 Frankie Carle Era: The 50's -Music Of The Great Bands ‎(LP) DOT Records ST-91984 US Unknown
R-9977, DLP 25928 Frankie Carle Era: The 50's -Music Of The Great Bands ‎(LP) Calendar Records , DOT Records R-9977, DLP 25928 Australia 1973