Jumpin Blues - Woody Herman - The Chronogical Woody Herman And His Orchestra 1939 (CD)


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Label: Classics Records - CLASSICS 1128 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: France • Genre: Jazz, Pop • Style: Big Band, Easy Listening, Vocal


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  1. Woody Herman had a breakthrough during the period of time covered by Classics' third Herman CD. The Apr. 12, , session yielded "Woodchopper's Ball," Herman's first hit, and it also featured "Dallas Blues," "Blues Downstairs," and "Blues Upstairs." From then on, Herman's first group would be known as "The Band That Plays the Blues." Other highlights of this enjoyable CD include four titles 8/
  2. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for - Woody Herman & His Orchestra on AllMusic - - Anyone seeking evidence of Woody Herman's 7/
  3. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Woody Herman And His Orchestra - Jumpin' With Woody Herman's First Herd at Discogs. Complete your Woody Herman And His Orchestra collection/5(17).
  4. Apr 11,  · This entry in the chronological rundown of Woody Herman recordings focuses on all of his 19Decca recordings. The Band That Plays the Blues was still searching for a style that would click with a public hungry for all swing music, and the song selection is a combination of standards, blues, a couple of boogie-woogies, and a stray novelty or two like "Flat Foot Floogie."6/
  5. – Woody Herman And His Orchestra: East Side Kick: 18 – Woody Herman And His Orchestra: Midnight Echoes: 19 – Woody Herman And His Orchestra: Jumpin' Blues: 20 – Woody Herman And His Orchestra: Big Morning: 21 – Woody Herman And His Orchestra: Love With A Capital "You" 22 – Woody Herman And His Orchestra.
  6. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Woody Herman And His Orchestra - Blues On Parade at Discogs. Complete your Woody Herman And His Orchestra collection.
  7. During the period covered by this entry in the Classics Chronological series, the Woody Herman Orchestra was becoming well known as "the band that plays the blues" due to their hit recording of "The Woodchopper's Ball." Truth is, the Herman orchestra still played a large number of ballads (many of which featured Herman's singing) in addition to conventional swing charts.
  8. Early life and career. Herman was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on May 16, His parents were Otto and Myrtle (Bartoszewicz) Herman. His mother was Polish. His father had a deep love for show business and this influenced Woody Herman at an early age. As a child he worked as a singer and tap-dancer in Vaudeville, then started to play the clarinet and saxophone by age

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