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  • Audio CD (8 Dec. 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Hep
  • ASIN: B00000K3J8
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 435,230 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By JJA Kiefte on 2 Jan. 2008
Format: Audio CD
Glenn Miller thought Will Bradley was the best all-round trombonist in the business: a better jazz player than either himself, Tommy Dorsey or Jack Jenney, a better sweet trombonist than (again) either himself or numerous other would-be Dorseys and a better sight-reader and technician than many men in the business. And praise by Glenn Miller was praise indeed!
These recordings prove Miller's judgement to be absolutely right, Bradley is a great sweet trombonist who also plays convincing jazz with a very sure tecnique. The band is good too, with young and relatively unknown but good soloists, good arrangements and two veteran anchormen in the rhythm section: Freddy Slack on piano (also writing arrangements) and Ray McKinley on drums and vocals.
As with most bands at the beginning of their recording careers, Bradley's is given opportunity to record a large amount of swinging instrumentals (some mainstream, some semi-Dixieland, some more advanced) interspersed with non-stylized, uncluttered and non-overly sentimental ballads. A band obviously in search of a set style or, more importantly (commercially, not musically), a hit recording.
The last track is the beginning of the end: "Rhumboogie" is the first of Bradley's string of hits in the boogie-woogie style (sung by McKinley in that dreadful Texan drawl of his). But that story belongs to the other HEP releases.
This disc gave (and gives) me a good deal of listening pleasure and is warmly recommended to collectors of good classic big band music.
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Amazon.com: 5 reviews
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
One Of The Best Bands Of The 1940s 31 Jan. 2005
A Kid's Review - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Will Bradley rose to fame in the early 1940s, but he was never widely acclaimed as a jazz trombonists although he had a beautiful tone, good range and technique all of which can be heard to good effect on these recordings. Featured here is Ray McKinley singing his goofy and often inane novelty numbers whilst creating exciting drum effects. Pianist Freddy Slack is also featured on these recordings as is the delightful singing voice of Carlotta Dale and several other singers, giving us of one of best swinging big bands of the 1940s.

The best songs are "Forevermore," "Love Nest," "I'm Coming Virginia," "Mean To Me," "Celery Stalks At Midnight," "(I Don't Stand) A Ghost Of A Chance (With You)," "Jimtown Blues," "Flying Home" and "Rhumboogie."
Good all round swing music 29 Jan. 2009
By JJA Kiefte - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Glenn Miller thought Will Bradley was the best all-round trombonist in the business: a better jazz player than either himself, Tommy Dorsey or Jack Jenney, a better sweet trombonist than (again) either himself or numerous other would-be Dorseys and a better sight-reader and technician than many men in the business. And praise by Glenn Miller was praise indeed!
These recordings prove Miller's judgement to be absolutely right, Bradley is a great sweet trombonist, posessor of a beautiful tone, who also plays convincing jazz with a very sure tecnique. The band is good too, with young and relatively unknown but good soloists (such as Peanuts Hucko on tenor and JoJo Huffman on trumpet), good arrangements and two veteran anchormen in the rhythm section: Freddy Slack on piano (also writing arrangements) and Ray McKinley on drums and vocals (both from Jimmy Dorsey's band).
As with most bands at the beginning of their recording careers, Bradley's is given opportunity to record a large amount of swinging instrumentals (some mainstream, some semi-Dixieland, some more advanced) interspersed with non-stylized, uncluttered and non-overtly sentimental ballads. A band obviously in search of a set style or, more importantly (commercially, not musically), a hit recording.
The last track is the beginning of the end: "Rhumboogie" is the first of Bradley's string of hits in the boogie-woogie style (sung by McKinley in his typical Texan drawl, an acquired taste to be sure). But that story belongs to the other HEP releases.
This disc gave (and gives) me a good deal of listening pleasure and is warmly recommended to collectors of good classic big band music.
I Don't Stand) A Ghost Of A Chance (With You) 25 Jan. 2005
A Kid's Review - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Will Bradley rose to fame in the early 1940s, but he was never widely acclaimed as a jazz trombonists although he had a beautiful tone, good range and technique all of which can be heard to good effect on these recordings. Featured here is Ray McKinley singing his goofy and often inane novelty numbers whilst creating exciting drum effects. Pianist Freddy Slack is also featured on these recordings as is the delightful singing voice of Carlotta Dale and the other singers, giving us 60 minutes of one of best swinging big bands of the 1940s.

The best songs are "Forevermore," "Love Nest," "I'm Coming Virginia," "Mean To Me," "Celery Stalks At Midnight," "(I Don't Stand) A Ghost Of A Chance (With You)," "Jimtown Blues," "Flying Home" and "Rhumboogie."
This Is Just The Beginning, Will 18 April 2005
A Kid's Review - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This CD has 24 of the first 30 selections made by Will Bradley. The trombonist's band is best remembered for their recording of "Beat Me Daddy, Eight To The Bar" and their other boogie-woogie-flavored numbers, but this disc actually stops two months before that hit record. During this period, the group featured solos by Bradley, trumpeter Joe Weidman and pianist Freddie Slack with vocals from drummer Ray McKinley and Carlotta Dale. The band--a solid swing band--is heard in top form on "The Love Nest," "Memphis Blues," "Strange Cargo," "Jimtown Blues," "Rhumboogie" and the group's first hit, the eccentric "Celery Stalks At Midnight."
this is a great cd, good stuff thanks 29 Aug. 2014
By James P. Ohara - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
this is a great cd, good stuff thanks
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