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Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra Volume 6 The 1930s Brunswick Recordings Jamboree Jones [Original recording remastered]

Paul Whiteman Audio CD
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  • Audio CD
  • Format: Original recording remastered
  • Label: Vocalion Ltd
  • ASIN: B00GN9R4FQ
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 293,879 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Jeepers Creepers SWG JT T4M Mutiny in the Nursery SWG JE, JT, T4M Liza (All the Clouds'll Roll Away) SS Jamboree Jones SWG T4M Oh, Lady Be Good! SS Peelin' the Peach SWG T4M While a Cigarette Was Burning JE I'm Coming, Virginia SWG JT T4M Aunt Hagar's Blues SWG JT T4M Never Felt Better, Never Had Less SWG T4M I Go for That SWG T4M Three Little Fishies (Itty Bitty Poo) SWG T4M Now and Then SWG T4M There's No Place Like Your Arms T4M I Used to Be Colour Blind SWG T4M All A-Shore T4M Sing a Song of Sixpence SWG T4M Heart and Soul VC Hooray for Spinach SWG T4M Nobody Knows T4M The June Bugs' Dance The Gaucho Serenade BH Step Up and Shake My Hand SWG T4M The Shoemaker's Holiday T4M Alexander's Ragtime Band T4M The Creaking Old Mill on the Creek BH Recorded between 1938-39 Vocalists: JT Jack Teagarden; T4M The Four Modernaires; JE Joan Edwards; BH Bob Hannon; VC vocal chorus Orchestras: Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra, except SWG Paul Whiteman & His Swing Wing Group; SS Paul Whiteman & His Swinging Strings

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3.0 out of 5 stars I feel a bit conned out of my lolly... 22 Nov 2013
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
... and although I knew that when I ordered the CD, I still don't like the idea. A couple of years ago, the British based HEP label issued a CD with many of Whiteman's late thirties' recordings, highlighting Big T and the Modernaires. Most titles can now also be found on this Vocalion platter. Why does Vocalion do this? It's not that either this CD or the HEP CD will have a very wide circulation for, surely, this kind of production is aimed at a small group of conoisseurs, so why not pick a number of as yet un-reissued Whiteman recordings? In not doing so, Vocalion have done their dedicated collectors a disservice. And although most of the small band of reviewers bend over backwards to praise Vocalion's remastering, I am still not convinced. On quite a few titles the soundscape goes up and down from dull to brighter and back again which, to my ears, is not a sign of careful remastering (compare the opening track with the same title on the HEP platter and you will instantly hear what I mean).
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4.0 out of 5 stars SWING ERA WHITEMAN 29 Nov 2013
By Barry McCanna TOP 500 REVIEWER
Format:Audio CD
This sixth volume of recordings by Paul Whiteman begins in September 1938, when he signed with Decca Records after his Victor contract had expired. Three of the sessions were recorded with a smaller group which he called his Swing Wing, and all but one of the titles is included. Vocals were by the Four Modernaires, who were Chuck Goldstein, Spook Dickinson, Bill Conway & Ralph Brewster. There are two tracks by his Swinging Strings, which comprised Kurt Dieterle, Al Duffy, Jules Schachter & Maurice Archer on violin, Roy Bargy on piano, Tony Gattuso & Art Ryerson on guitar, Artie Miller on bass, and Rollo Laylan on drums. The remainder are by his full orchestra. This period of Whiteman's recording career tends to be overlooked by collectors, but if you don't have these already there is plenty here to enjoy, not least Jack Teagarden's playing and singing.
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