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Ray Anthony - Jam Session At The Tower, Part 3 album mp3

Ray Anthony - Jam Session At The Tower, Part 3 album mp3
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Jam Session At The Tower, Part 3
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Big Band, Swing
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1323 mb
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This is one part of a three-part album. This disc has a cover (and catalog number) as though it was sold on its own, despite being one disc out of three making up an album. Matrix, Runout (Side A label): F3-749.

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The Ray Anthony Orchestra became popular in the early 1950s with "The Bunny Hop", "Hokey Pokey", and the theme from Dragnet. He had a No. 2 chart hit with a remake of the Glenn Miller tune "At Last" in 1952, the highest charting pop version of the song in the . From 1953–1954 Anthony was musical director of the television series TV's Top Tunes, and he also appeared as himself in . .Jam Session at the Tower.

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Tracklist: 1. Flyin’ Home, 2. Night Train, 3. How High The Moon, 4. Perdido, 5. One O’Clock Jump, 6. Swingin’ At The Tower. 3. How High The Moon. 6.

Jam Session at the Tower. Arar, Yardena (1981) "Ray Anthony: Bandleader Anthony Foresees Big Bands Supplanting Disco", Merced Sun-Star, February 3, 1981, p. 19, retrieved 2011-06-17. "Ray Anthony Discography". Ray Anthony Interview NAMM Oral History Library (2008). The official Ray Anthony Webpage. Ray Anthony biography at SwingMusic. Ray Anthony biography at SpaceAgePop. Ray Anthony at AllMovie.

Swingin' at the Tower.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A How High The Moon
Written-By – Morgan Lewis, Nancy Hamilton
B Perdido
Written-By – Drake*, Lengsfelder*, Tizol*

Credits

  • Bass, Arranged By – Don Simpson
  • Drums – Al Stoller*
  • Guitar – Nick Bonney
  • Piano – Paul Smith
  • Saxophone – Gene Merlino, Georgie Auld, Irving Roth, Leo Anthony, Med Flory
  • Trombone – Dick Nash, Jimmy Priddy, Ken Trimble, Ray Sims
  • Trumpet – Art Depew, Conrad Gozzo, Joe Dolny, John Audino, Ray Anthony

Notes

This is one part of a three-part album

This disc has a cover (and catalog number) as though it was sold on its own, despite being one disc out of three making up an album.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label): F3-749
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label): F4-749
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): F3 749-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): F4 749-2
  • Rights Society: NCB

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
EAP 3-749 Ray Anthony Jam Session At The Tower, Part 3 ‎(7", EP) Capitol Records EAP 3-749 US 1956
EAP 3-749 Ray Anthony Jam Session At The Tower, Part 3 ‎(7", EP) Capitol Records EAP 3-749 New Zealand 1956