|Title:||The Great Band Era (1936-1945) Bonus Record: Jam Session|
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Jam Session (LP, Comp). Reader's Digest, RCA. RDS 6181, RR1S 5669. Jam Session (LP, Comp, Mono).
Vintage Vinyl Record Box set - Great Band Era 1936-1945 by Reader's Digest -released in 1968. There are 10 LPs in this collector box. 37 Bands play 10 years of Top tunes. lt; image 1 of 2 . (google map). Vintage Vinyl Record Box set - Great Band Era 1936-1945 by Reader's Digest -released in 1968.
The Great Band Era. Compilation album by Various Artists. 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. Voiced by Vaughn Monroe, the record boasted that in The Great Band Era, RCA Victor sound engineers had "remove all the irritating noise and scratchiness that was always present on the original records, even when they were brand ne. The records contains mostly swing standards by major swing bands.
Jazz, 1964, 10 Tracks. Includes CD, streaming and downloads. Blues - A Jam Session at Victor Tommy Dorsey, Bunny Berrigan, 'Fats' Waller, Dick McDonough, George Wettling.
The Great Band Era (1936-1945).
40-talets Toppband (1936-1945) (box, stereo). Type: Album + Compilation.
A jam session is a relatively informal musical event, process, or activity where musicians, typically instrumentalists, play improvised solos and vamp on tunes, songs and chord progressions. To "jam" is to improvise music without extensive preparation or predefined arrangements, except for when the group is playing well-known jazz standards or covers of existing popular songs.
Big Band Era 1. VARIOUS ARTISTS. Special offers and product promotions. The Swing Era: The Music of 1938-1939 (Where Swing Came From).
|A1||–The Benny Goodman Quartet||Ida, Sweet As Apple Cider|
|A2||–Gene Krupa And His All-Star Swing Band*||I Hope Gabriel Likes My Music|
|A3||–Nbc's Chamber Music Society Of Lower Basin Street||Dinah's Blues
Vocals – Dinah Shore
|A4||–John Kirby And His Orchestra||It's Only A Paper Moon|
|A5||–Artie Shaw And His Gramercy Five||Hop, Skip And Jump|
|B1||–Tommy Dorsey And His Clambake Seven||The Sheik Of Araby|
|B2||–Ziggy Elman & His Orchestra||Bublitchki|
|B3||–Wingy Manone & His Orchestra||Ochi Chornya|
|B4||–Lionel Hampton And His Orchestra||Muskrat Ramble|
|B5||–Tommy Dorsey, Bunny Berigan, "Fats" Waller*, Dick McDonough, George Wettling||Blues|
|RDS 6181, RR1S 5669||Various||Jam Session (LP, Comp)||Reader's Digest, RCA||RDS 6181, RR1S 5669||UK||1965|
|RDM 2181||Various||Jam Session (LP, Comp, Mono)||RCA Readers Digest||RDM 2181||UK||1965|
|RD4A-005-1||Various||Jam Session (LP, Comp)||Reader's Digest, RCA Custom||RD4A-005-1||US||1981|
|RDS 6181||Various||Jam Session (LP, Comp)||Reader's Digest, RCA||RDS 6181||UK||Unknown|
|RDC 90774||Various||Jam Session (Cass, Comp)||Reader's Digest, RCA||RDC 90774||UK||Unknown|