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On the road
On the road
Publication Information:
Chicago, Ill. : Time-Life Music, [1985]

Physical Description:
2 audio discs : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, monophonic ; 12 in.
Goin' to town (Luis Russell and his orchestra, Chick Bullock, vocal) -- It's the darndest thing (Fletcher Henderson and his orchestra, Les Reis, vocal) -- Goodbye blues (Connie's Inn Orchestra, Harlan Lattimore, vocal) -- Stompin' at the Savoy (Chick Webb's Savoy Orchestra) -- You let me down (Jimmy Dorsey and his orchestra, Bob Eberly, vocal) -- Deep jungle (Ben Pollack and his orchestra) -- I'm feelin' like a million (Teddy Hill and his NBC Orchestra) -- Runnin' wild (Red Nichols and his World-famous Pennies, the Songcopators, vocals) -- Bird of paradise (Jimmie Lunceford and his orchestra) -- Darktown strutters' ball (Paul Whiteman and his orchestra, Jack Teagarden, vocal) -- Smoke dreams (Benny Goodman and his orchestra, Helen Ward, vocal) -- In a little Spanish town (Bunny Berigan and his orchestra) -- Lullaby in rhythm (Benny Goodman and his orchestra) -- Church Street sobbin' blues (Claude Hopkins and his orchestra) -- Over the rainbow (Glenn Miller and his orchestra, Ray Eberle, vocal) -- Never in a million years (Mildred Bailey and her orchestra, Mildred Bailey, vocal) -- There's a lull in my life (Duke Ellington and his famous orchestra, Ivie Anderson, vocal) -- Aunt Hagar's blues (Bob Chester and his orchestra) -- I'm nobody's baby (Tommy Dorsey and his orchestra, Connie Haines, vocal) -- Manhattan serenade (Tommy Dorsey and his orchestra, Jo Stafford, vocal) -- Celery stalks at midnight (Will Bradley and his orchestra, Ray McKinley, vocal) -- I got it bad and that ain't good (Earl Hines and his orchestra, Billy Eckstine, Madeline Greene and the Three Varieties, vocals) -- Sugar foot strut (Jan Savitt and his Top Hatters) -- All too soon (Duke Ellington and his famous orchestra).
Format :
Music LP