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Charlie Spivak And His Orchestra - What's Cookin' Charlie? '41 - '47 flac album

Charlie Spivak And His Orchestra - What's Cookin' Charlie? '41 - '47 flac album

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Performer: Charlie Spivak And His Orchestra
Title: What's Cookin' Charlie? '41 - '47
Released: 1999
Style: Big Band, Swing
Category: Jazz
Rating: 4.8 ✦
Other format: MP3 MMF ADX APE DXD AAC AUD

Arranged By – Phil RommelWritten-By – Charlie Spivak, Phil Rommel. 3. Everything Happens To Me. Vocals – Garry StevensWritten-By – Matt Dennis, Tom Adair.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Hey, Sit Down Bud
Arranged By – Phil RommelVocals – Band*Written-By – Charlie Spivak, Phil Rommel
2:38
2 What's Cookin'
Arranged By – Phil RommelWritten-By – Charlie Spivak, Phil Rommel
3:02
3 Everything Happens To Me
Vocals – Garry StevensWritten-By – Matt Dennis, Tom Adair
3:06
4 When The Sun Comes Out
Vocals – Garry StevensWritten-By – Harold Arlen, Ted Koehler
3:08
5 Charlie Horse
Arranged By – Phil RommelWritten-By – Charlie Spivak, Phil Rommel
3:27
6 When I See An Elephant Fly
Vocals – Garry Stevens, StardustersWritten-By – Frank Churchill, Ned Washington, Oliver Wallace
2:39
7 The General Jumped At Dawn
Written-By, Arranged By – Jimmy Mundy
2:39
8 Besame Mucho
Arranged By – Ross*Written-By – Velazquez*, Skylar*
4:20
9 Bess, You Is My Woman
Arranged By – Ross*Written-By – Gershwin, Gershwin*
3:01
10 Summertime
Arranged By – Bert Ross Written-By – DuBose Heyward, Gershwin*
3:05
11 I Got Plenty O' Nothin'
Arranged By – Bert Ross Written-By – Gershwin, Gershwin*
2:46
12 It Ain't Neccessarily So
Arranged By – Bert Ross Written-By – Gershwin, Gershwin*
2:49
13 Stranger In Town
Vocals – Jimmy SaundersWritten-By – Torme*
2:54
14 Let's Go Home
Arranged By – Sonny BurkeWritten-By – Holland*, Williams*
2:58
15 Flat Feet
Arranged By – Norman*Written-By – Spivak*, Norman*
2:59
16 You Are Too Beautiful
Vocals – Jimmy SaundersWritten-By – Rodgers, Hart*
3:09
17 Leave Some
Arranged By – Jack MatthiasWritten-By – Spivak*, Matthias*
2:35
18 Stomping Room Only
Arranged By – Marks*Written-By – Spivak*, Marks*
2:31
19 That Old Devil Moon
Vocals – Margaret ManningWritten-By – Lane*, Harburg*
2:32
20 Born To Be Blue
Vocals – Tommy MercerWritten-By – Torme*, Wells*
3:07
21 Tenderly
Written-By – Lawrence*, Gross*
3:06
22 The Gentleman Is A Dope
Vocals – Irene DayeWritten-By – Rodgers, Hammerstein*
3:22
23 Stardreams
Arranged By – Burke*Written-By – Spivak*, Burke*
2:57
24 Penthouse Serenade
Arranged By – Burke*Written-By – Burton*, Jason*
4:06

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Hep Records
  • Copyright (c) – Hep Records

Credits

  • Alto Saxophone – Allen Fields (tracks: 13 to 21, 24), Ben Lagasse* (tracks: 6), Charlie Russo* (tracks: 9 to 24), Hal Tennyson* (tracks: 6), Harry Klee (tracks: 1 to 5), Jimmy Sands* (tracks: 3 to 5), Joe Moser (tracks: 1, 2), Sal Pace (tracks: 7 to 12, 24), Vinnie Dean (tracks: 22, 23)
  • Baritone Saxophone – Al Kociuba (tracks: 18 to 23), Hank Haupt (tracks: 9 to 17), Jerry Florian (tracks: 4 to 6 )
  • Bass – Jack Jacobson (tracks: 9 to 24), Jimmy Middleton (tracks: 1 to 6)
  • Clarinet – Ben Lagasse* (tracks: 6), Charlie Russo* (tracks: 9 to 12, 24), Hank Haupt (tracks: 14 to 17), Hal Tennyson* (tracks: 6), Harry Klee (tracks: 1 to 5), Sal Pace (tracks: 7 to 12)
  • Design – Brian Johnston
  • Drums – Alvin Stoller (tracks: 9 to 12, 24), Andy Picard (tracks: 1, 2 >), Bobby Rickey (tracks: 14 to 23), Norris 'Bunny' Shawker* (tracks: 3 to 6 >)
  • Guitar – Kenny White (tracks: 1 to 7), Lenny Mirabella (tracks: 9 to 12, 24), Ted Bergren (tracks: 14 to 23)
  • Liner Notes – Ian Crosbie
  • Photography By – Frank Driggs Collection
  • Piano – Abe Logan (tracks: 14 to 19), Al Nicolace* (tracks: 9 to 12, 24), Bob Carter (tracks: 19 to 23), Dave Mann (tracks: 1 to 6)
  • Producer [Production] – Alastair Robertson
  • Tenor Saxophone – Alex Massey* (tracks: 18 to 21), Bunny Bardach (tracks: 13 to 21, 24), Don Raffell (tracks: 1 to 5), Fran Ludwig* (tracks: 9 to 17, 24), Mickey Sabol* (tracks: 7 to 12), Peanuts Hucko (tracks: 6), Roy Hammerslag (tracks: 1 to 5)
  • Transferred By, Remastered By [Audio Restoration] – Doug Pomeroy
  • Trombone – Ben Long (tracks: 1 to 6), Bill Forman (tracks: 9 to 12, 24), Bill Mustard (tracks: 1 to 6), Frank D'Annolfo (tracks: 14 to 24), Harry DiVito (tracks: 23), Herbis Harper* (tracks: 9 to 17, 24), James Williams (tracks: 7, 8 14 to 20), Nelson Riddle (tracks: 1 to 6), Ralph 'Rusty' Nichols* (tracks: 9 to 17), Vern Whitney* (tracks: 7 to 12 > )
  • Trumpet – William 'Bitsy' Mullins* (tracks: 13), Bob Higgins (tracks: 1 to 5), Bobby Burns (tracks: 14, 16), Charlie Spivak, Danny Vannelli* (tracks: 9 to 24), Donald 'Buddy' Yeager* (tracks: 1 to 6), Jerry Greco* (tracks: 7 to 12), James Mover (tracks: 14, 16, 24), Lee Knowles* (tracks: 6), Pat 'Buddy' Yannon* (tracks: 15, 17), Paul Fredricks (tracks: 15, 17 to 23), Phil Belzer (tracks: 7, 8), Phil Rommel (tracks: 1 to 5), Russ Montcalm (tracks: 9 to 24), Tris Hauer* (tracks: 6)

Notes

Recording Dates:
Tracks 1 & 2: New York, January 13, 1941.
Track 3: New York, February 24, 1941.
Tracks 4 & 5: New York, April 15, 1941.
Track 6: Chicago, October 14, 1941.
Tracks 7 & 8: New York, January 1944
Tracks 9 & 10: New York, December 19, 1944
Tracks 11 & 12: New York, December 20, 1944
Tracks 24: New York, March 14, 1945
Tracks 14 & 16: New York, December 28, 1945
Tracks 15 & 17: New York, April 16, 1946
Tracks 18 & 19: New York, October 17, 1946
Track 20: Hollywood, January 24, 1947
Track 23, New York, April 3, 1947
Track 21 & 22: New York, November 14, 1947

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 403366006428
  • Barcode (Text): 403366 00642 8
  • Rights Society: MCPS
  • SPARS Code: AAD