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King Porter Stomp - Various - The History Of Jazz - The Big Band Years (CD)

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  1. Another quality celebration of jazz music in this offering from Prism Leisure, this time featuring big bands. Highlights for me include tracks by Benny Goodman "Stompin' At The Savoy, King Porter Stomp, Don't Be That Way" and "Who?", Ella Fitzgerald "Sing Me A Swing Song (And Let Me Dance), A-Tisk, A-Tasket" both with Chick Webb and his Orchestra, and two recordings by Count Basie and his 5/5(1).
  2. The history of jazz. The big band years.. Various performers. Event notes: Originally recorded: --Blue skies (Benny Goodman and his Orchestra) --King Porter stomp (Benny Goodman and his Orchestra) --Sing me a swing song (and let me dance) (Ella Fitzgerald with .
  3. Find KING PORTER STOMP, Big Band Era Transcriptions, By Composer / Performer, Goodman, Benny, Jazz Ensemble (Big Band) and more at Marina Music To use this site, you must first enable JavaScript. Here are the instructions to enable JavaScript in your web browser.
  4. A few years later I took my own variety show to Asia during the Vietnam War, and toured Japan, Korea, Vietnam, Thailand, Okinawa and all over the Far East. This was the start of a lifetime in show business. I believe this is the first all swing big band Christian CD ever produced and God has given me the honor and the joy of doing it.
  5. According to sources in the essay “King Porter Stomp” and the Jazz Tradition (Current Musicology Nos. , Spring Spring ), by Jeffrey Magee, Morton claimed he conceived the tune in .
  6. Song information for King Porter Stomp - Benny Goodman on AllMusic. Song information for King Porter Stomp - Benny Goodman on AllMusic The Only Big Band CD You'll Ever Need. RCA Victor: Big Band Jazz, Vol. 2. Smithsonian Records: Various Artists.
  7. Discover releases, reviews, songs, credits, and more about Music From The War Years: The Big Band Era at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your collection.
  8. "King Porter Stomp" did indeed become a standard during the Swing Era, widely performed by big bands throughout the s and beyond. Moreover, as Morton said, many musicians used the chords, the "back­ grounds," of "King Porter'''s Trio and Stomp sections as the basis for new tunes. Adding luster to "King Porter'''s agency in jazz history, Benny.

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