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Mood Hollywood

10 Jan 2006 | Format: MP3

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3:04
2
2:56
3
2:52
4
2:50
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2:49
6
2:52
7
3:27
8
2:48
9
2:59
10
2:59
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3:18
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3:11
13
2:50
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3:19
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3:20
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3:07
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3:03
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3:00
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2:59
20
3:11
21
3:41
22
3:14
23
2:53
24
2:27


Product details

  • Original Release Date: 1 Jan 2006
  • Label: HEP Records
  • Copyright: 2006 HEP Records
  • Total Length: 1:13:09
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  • ASIN: B001HE4YJQ
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By JJA Kiefte on 29 Mar 2012
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Someone stole Gabriel's horns and gave them to the Dorsey Brothers (and Bunny Berigan...). The proof of that statement is in the listening, but I'm sure that after you've done that you will agree with me. This delightful platter, which carefully avoids doubling the items on the four part Jazz-Oracle Dorsey Bros. project, brings you almost 75 minutes of pure listening pleasure. Solos by Berigan on trumpet(and one by Louis 'King' Garcia, whose broad-toned trumpet can also be enjoyed on New York Jazz Combos 1935-37), Larry Binyon on tenor and of course both Mac and Lad Dorsey are embedded in very good, tight arrangements (some undoubtedly attributable to Glenn 'Klondike' Miller, and four by Bill Challis for a large, Whitemanesque formation), underpinned by an excellent rhythm team of either Eddie Lang, Carl Kress or Dick McDonough on guitar, the lithe Artie Bernstein on bass and the rock steady Stan King on the drums. Vocalists include Ella Logan, the Boswell Sisters and the cavernous Red McKenzie (who, alas, overshoots the mark a bit. JRT Davies, the disc's co-producer put it this way: (some people) "fail to understand how come Crosby made it and Red didn't." Again, the proof is in the listening.) Excellent liner notes, full discographical information and pristine sound quality round off an excellent and attractive production that is well deserving of your attention.
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Five Stars 6 July 2014
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Product exactly as described. Shipped quickly.
Gabriel's horn a-plenty 29 Mar 2012
By JJA Kiefte - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Someone stole Gabriel's horns and gave them to the Dorsey Brothers (and Bunny Berigan...). The proof of that statement is in the listening, but I'm sure that after you've done that you will agree with me. This delightful platter, which carefully avoids doubling the items on the four part Jazz-Oracle Dorsey Bros. project, brings you almost 75 minutes of pure listening pleasure. Solos by Berigan on trumpet(and one by Louis 'King' Garcia, whose broad-toned trumpet can also be enjoyed on New York Jazz Combos 1935-1937), Larry Binyon on tenor and of course both Mac and Lad Dorsey are embedded in very good, tight arrangements (some undoubtedly attributable to Glenn 'Klondike' Miller, and four by Bill Challis for a large, Whitemanesque formation), underpinned by an excellent rhythm team of either Eddie Lang, Carl Kress or Dick McDonough on guitar, the lithe Artie Bernstein on bass and the rock steady Stan King on the drums. Vocalists include Ella Logan, the Boswell Sisters and the cavernous Red McKenzie (who, alas, overshoots the mark a bit. JRT Davies, the disc's co-producer put it this way: (some people) "fail to understand how come Crosby made it and Red didn't." Again, the proof is in the listening.) Excellent liner notes, full discographical information and pristine sound quality round off an excellent and attractive production that is well deserving of your attention.
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