|Performer:||Harry Reser His Banjo And His Orchestra|
|Title:||Vamp! (Dance The Charleston Of The Roaring Twenties)|
|Category:||Jazz / Pop|
|Other format:||AU MIDI MP1 XM MPC MP3 VQF|
Cover) Harry Reser His Banjo And His Orchestra (Back cover, spine) Harry Reser And His Orchestra (Center label) Harry Reser & His Orch. Center label, side B) Timing: 12:32 Publishers: 1. Bourne, Inc. (ASCAP) 2. Advanced Music Corp. ASCAP) 3. Fred Fisher Music Co. Inc. (ASCAP) . 6. Center labels) Made in . Vamp! (Dance The Charleston Of The Roaring Twenties) (LP).
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.
Harry Reser and His Orchestra - Jeepers Creepers (Charleston) (VintageMusic. Harry Reser - Calling, 1927. Harry Reser Eskimos Jimmy Brierley - You Gotta Be A Football Hero 1933. At the age of nine his parents, now fully realizing his potential and the benefits to be gained, sent him to Luis Hein and Albert Fischer of Dayton, where he continued study of the piano in addition to the violin and cello. He remained with the two until the age of fourteen. Reser attended Steele High School in Dayton, and it was during these years that he decided what his vocation would be. On April 8, 1916 when he was just over twenty, he married Grace Tharp of Dayton in Newport, Ky. Career. It was during this time that he was seeing the banjo make its presence felt more strongly with dance.
Harry Reser His 840 049 BY Banjo And His. Orchestra. Title (Format) Label Category Country Year. Vamp! (LP, Promo) Columbia CS 8101 US. 1959. Philips 840 049 BY Netherlands 1959.
Harry Reser and His Six Jumping Jacks", with vocals by Tom Stacks, were the zany forerunners to comedy bands like Spike Jones and His City Slickers. Reser and his band were the first to record "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town" in 1934 Throughout his career he was an endorsed artist, playing instruments from several well-known makers. Guitarist Howard Alden switched to a banjo to recreate the sound of Harry Reser for his album Howard Alden Plays the Music of Harry Reser (Stomp Off, 1988). Alden recorded 15 compositions written by Reser during the years 1922 to 1935. Pseudonyms of the Harry Reser Orchestra. The Maneater: "Jazz Age brought to life": Michael Mason as Harry Reser.
Discover all Harry Reser & His Orchestra's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. All Tracks by Harry Reser & His Orchestra (123). Tracks that Sampled Harry Reser & His Orchestra (24). Covers of Harry Reser & His Orchestra Songs (99). 24 samples, 99 covers. Santa Claus Is Coming to Town (1934) by Harry Reser & His Orchestra feat.
|A1||Yes Sir, That's My Baby|
|A2||That's My Weakness Now|
|A3||Diga Diga Doo|
|A4||You're The Cream In My Coffee|
|A6||Sweet Georgia Brown|
|B1||Miss Annabelle Lee|
|B2||Ain't She Sweet|
|CS 8101||Harry Reser His Banjo And His Orchestra*||Vamp! (Dance The Charleston Of The Roaring Twenties) (LP)||Columbia||CS 8101||US||Unknown|
|CS 8101||Harry Reser His Banjo And His Orchestra*||Vamp! (LP, Promo)||Columbia||CS 8101||US||1959|
|840 049 BY||Harry Reser His Banjo And His Orchestra*||Vamp! (LP)||Philips||840 049 BY||Netherlands||1959|
|CL 1285||Harry Reser His Banjo And His Orchestra*||Vamp! (Dance The Charleston Of The Roaring Twenties) (LP, Mono)||Columbia||CL 1285||US||Unknown|