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1937 Vol.2

Tommy Dorsey (トミー・ドーシー)

基本情報

ジャンル
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カタログNo
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CEL709952
組み枚数
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1
レーベル
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France
オリジナル盤発売年
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1998
フォーマット
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CD
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Andrew Ferretti(Trumpet),  Bud Freeman(Sax (Tenor)),  Bud Freeman(Vocals),  Carmen Mastren(Guitar),  Dave Tough(Drums),  Edythe Wright(Vocals),  Fred Stulce(Clarinet),  Fred Stulce(Sax (Alto)),  Gene Traxler(Bass),  Howard Smith(Piano),  Jack Leonard(Vocals),  Joe Bauer(Trumpet),  Johnny Mince(Clarinet),  Johnny Mince(Sax (Alto)),  Les Jenkins(Trombone),  Mike Doty(Clarinet),  Mike Doty(Sax (Alto)),  Pee Wee Erwin(Trumpet),  Tommy Dorsey(Trombone),  Tony Antonelli(Sax (Tenor)),  Carmen Mastren(Arranger),  Deane Kincaide(Arranger),  Paul Weston(Arranger),  Red Bone(Arranger),  Tommy Dorsey(Arranger),  Anatol Schenker(Liner Notes),  Ed Davis(Composer),  Elton Hill(Composer),  Ray Davies(Composer),  Sam Dees(Composer),  Tommy Dorsey(Director),  Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra(Performer)

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This sixth installment in the Tommy Dorsey chronology opens with Paul Weston's snappy big-band orchestration of Humoresque by Antonin Dvorak, including a quote from Stephen Foster's Old Folks at Home, better known as Swanee River. For the flip side of this Victor recording, guitarist Carmen Mastren fashioned a lovely arrangement of the famous theme from Dvorak's Symphony No. 9 in E Minor and casually rechristened it Rollin' Home. Crooner Jack Leonard is featured on the next three titles, and although You're Precious to Me is one of his least insipid performances on record, it pales considerably when compared with Wingy Manone's soulful version. Relief arrives in a smokin' jam on W.C. Handy's Beale Street Blues. This marvelous traditional jam scintillates with Dave Tough's cymbal work and the incredible warmth of Bud Freeman's tenor sax solo. Six sides recorded on June 12, 1937, by the Clambake Seven sustain the friendly mood with a succession of catchy studies in small-group swing with vocals by Edythe Wright. The party culminated with Posin', a slaphappy stop-action novelty singalong punctuated with abbreviated instrumental breaks by several of the band's star players, including Dave Tough, who was famous for his reluctance to take drum solos. Three fine big-band instrumentals were recorded at the same session: That Stolen Melody by Fred Fisher, Barcarolle by Jacques Offenbach, and Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov's Hymn to the Sun. About one month later, Edythe Wright and Dorsey's Clambake Seven returned to the Victor recording studios to wax four swinging renditions of romantic Tin Pan Alley marzipans. The session concluded with two more Wright vocals backed by the big band and Are All My Favorite Big Bands Playing or Am I Dreaming?, a hilariously bizarre pastiche of sound effects and cornball novelty licks accompanying Bud Freeman as he recites wistful lyrics in a theatrical British accent. Interestingly, this sounds a lot like a premonition of The Wrong Idea, that ruthless send-up of big-band gimmickry that Charlie Barnet would record more than two years later during the autumn of 1939. ~ arwulf arwulf, Rovi

収録曲   

  • 01. Humoresque (03:22)
  • 02. Rollin' Home (03:28)
  • 03. You're Precious To Me (02:48)
  • 04. Happy Birthday to Love (02:46)
  • 05. Strangers in the Dark (02:37)
  • 06. Beale Street Blues (03:15)
  • 07. Is This Gonna Be My Lucky Summer (03:07)
  • 08. If You Should Ever Leave (02:41)
  • 09. Who'll Be The One This Summer (02:36)
  • 10. Don't Ever Change (02:51)
  • 11. Our Love Was Meant to Be (03:09)
  • 12. Posin (02:35)
  • 13. That Stolen Melody (02:38)
  • 14. Barcarolle (02:52)
  • 15. Hymm To The Sun (02:38)
  • 16. My Cabin Of dreams (02:55)
  • 17. You're My desire (02:59)
  • 18. Am I Dreamin (02:27)
  • 19. In My Mediations (02:28)
  • 20. Are All My Favorit Bands playing Or am I Dreaming (02:49)
  • 21. Things I Want (03:15)
  • 22. Allegheny Al (02:26)

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Tommy Dorsey

Though he might have been ranked second at any given moment to Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, Glenn Miller, or Harry James, Tommy Dorsey was overall the most popular bandleader of the swing era that lasted from 1935 to 1945. His remarkably melodic trombone playing was the signature sound of his orchestra, but he successfully straddled the hot and sweet styles of swing with a mix of ballads and novelty

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