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Performer: Harry James And His Orchestra
Title: Strange What A Song Can Do / My Friend Irma
Released: 1947
Style: Big Band, Vocal
Category: Jazz / Pop
Rating: 4.5 ✦
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Leader – Harry James (2). Piano – Stan Wrightsman. Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Sam Sachelle. Trumpet – Gene Komer, Harry James (2), Red Berken, Nick Buono, Pinky Savitt. Valve Trombone – Juan Tizol. Viola – Al Nieman (tracks: A), Bill Spear (tracks: A), Dave Amsterdam (tracks: A), Sam Freed (tracks: A). Violin – Al Beller (tracks: A), Ed Bergman (tracks: A), Ernest Karpati (tracks: A), Felix Slatkin (tracks: A), Harry Jawarski (tracks: A), Jerome Reisler (tracks: A), Joe Barbary (tracks: A), John De Voogdt (tracks: A), Mike Russell (tracks: A), Nick Pisani (tracks: A). 메모. Side A Fox Trot recorded June 24, 1947 in Hollywood,.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A Strange What A Song Can Do
Vocals [Chorus] – Marion MorganWritten-By – De Lange*, Alter*
B My Friend Irma
Vocals [Chorus] – Marion MorganWritten-By – Feuer*, Maxwell*

Credits

  • Alto Saxophone [Uncredited], Clarinet [Uncredited] – Eddie Rosa*, Willie Smith
  • Baritone Saxophone [Uncredited] – Bob Poland
  • Bass [Uncredited] – Ed Mihelich
  • Cello [Uncredited] – Cy Bernard (tracks: A), Al Friede* (tracks: A)
  • Drums [Uncredited] – Buddy Combine
  • Guitar [Uncredited] – Tiny Timbrell
  • Leader – Harry James
  • Piano [Uncredited] – Stan Wrightsman
  • Tenor Saxophone [Uncredited], Baritone Saxophone [Uncredited] – Sam Sachelle
  • Tenor Saxophone [Uncredited], Clarinet [Uncredited] – Polly Polfrani*
  • Trombone [Uncredited] – Carl "Ziggy" Elmer*, Chuck Preble*, Vic Hamann
  • Trumpet [Uncredited] – Gene Komer, Harry James , Red Berken*, Nick Buono, Pinky Savitt
  • Valve Trombone [Uncredited] – Juan Tizol
  • Viola [Uncredited] – Al Nieman* (tracks: A), Bill Spear* (tracks: A), Dave Amsterdam* (tracks: A), Sam Freed (tracks: A)
  • Violin [Uncredited] – Al Beller* (tracks: A), Ed Bergman (tracks: A), Ernest Karpati (tracks: A), Felix Slatkin (tracks: A), Harry Jawarski* (tracks: A), Jerome Reisler (tracks: A), Joe Barbary (tracks: A), John De Voogdt (tracks: A), Mike Russell* (tracks: A), Nick Pisani* (tracks: A)

Notes

Side A Fox Trot recorded June 24, 1947 in Hollywood, CA.
Side B Fox Trot recorded June 25, 1947 in Hollywood, CA and is the "Theme From The C.B.S. Feature Presentation."
Recording dates/locations and performance credits from The Jazz Discography Ver 14.0.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): HCO 2410
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): HCO 2415