VA – ‘That’s What I Call Sweet Music’: American Dance Orchestras of the 1920s (2000)

VA - 'That's What I Call Sweet Music': American Dance Orchestras of the 1920s (2000)
Artist: Various
Album: ‘That’s What I Call Sweet Music’: American Dance Orchestras of the 1920s
Genre: Early Jazz, Swing, Big Band
Label: EMI
Year Of Release: 2000
Format: APE (image+.cue)
Paul Specht & His Orchestra/ That’s What I Call Sweet Music [1929] (3:18)
Red Nichols’ Stompers/Make My Cot Where The Cot-Cot-Cotton Grows [1927] (3:23)
Blue Steele And His Orchestra/ Be My Baby [1928] (2:57)
The Red Hot Mamas, Herman Kenin And His Ambassador Hotel Orchestra /I’m The Last Of [1929] (2:42)
Ray Miller And His Orchestra /My Honey’s Lovin’ Arms (Herman Ruby, Joseph Meyer) [1927] (2:56)
Fess Williams & His Royal Flush Orchestra /’Leven-Thirty Saturday Night (Earl Burtnett & His Los Angeles Biltmore Hotel Orchestra) [1930] (3:00)
Red Rose, George Olsen And His Music /I’m Bringing A Red (Walter Donaldson, Gus Kahn) [1929](3:12)
McKinney’s Cotton Pickers /Do Something (Bud Green, Sam H. Stept)[1929] (2:37)
Fred Rich And His Orchestra /Wedding Bells (Lyrics)[ 1929] (3:07)
Leroy Smith And His Orchestra /St. Louis Blues (Lyrics) (W.C. Handy) [1929] (3:19)
Leroy Shield And The Victor Hollywood Orchestra/ Sting Song Girl [ 1930] (3:16)
Earl Hines & His Orchestra/ Sweet Elma May [1929] (2:47)
Rudy Vallee And His Connecticut Yankees /The One That I Love Loves Me [1929] (3:08)
Paul Tremaine And His Aristocrats /Aristocratic Stomp [1929] (3:10)
Ben Pollack & His Orchestra /Buy, Buy For Baby (Or Baby Will Bye Bye You)(Irving Caesar, Joseph Meyer) [1928] (2:52)
‘Doc’ Cook And His 14 Doctors Of Syncopation /Hum And Strum [1928] (2:45)
Anson Weeks And His Hotel Mark Hopkins Orchestra /Give Your Little Baby Lots Of Lovin’ [1929] (2:53)
Jean Goldkette & His Orchestra /That’s What Puts The “Sweet” In Home Sweet Home [1928] (2:52)
Gus Arnheim And His Orchestra/ Singin’ In The Rain [1929] (3:18)
California Ramblers /The Pay Off (Howdy Quicksell) [1929] (3:03)
Tal Henry And His Orchestra /My Little Home Down In New Orleans [1928] (3:29)
Paul Whiteman Orchestra/ Oh, You Have No Idea [1929] (2:53)
Hal Kemp And His Orchestra /She’s A Great, Great Girl (Harry Woods) [1928] (3:14)
Charlie Fry And His Million Dollar Pier Orchestra / Happy Days And Lonely Nights (Lyrics) (Fred Fisher, Billy Rose) [1928] (2:50)



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