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Jazz Me Blues - Bunny Berigan & His Orchestra - Bunny (Cassette)

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  1. Trumpeter Bunny Berigan () has been posthumously honored with more than 60 different compilations documenting his adventures as sideman and as leader of swing bands big and small. One excellent disc was issued in by the Best of Jazz label as An Introduction to Bunny Berigan: His Best Recordings A superb soloist, Berigan was a key participant among those whose work.
  2. – Wingy Manone & His Orchestra: Royal Garden Blues – Bunny Berigan & His Orchestra: Jazz Me Blues – Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra: Mahogany Hall Stomp – Louis Armstrong And His All-Stars: Ain'T Misbehavin' – Louis Armstrong And His All-Stars: Pennies From Heaven – Louis Armstrong And His All-Stars: Do You Know What It Means To.
  3. SINGIN' THE BLUES -- Frankie Trumbauer Orchestra, Celebrating Bix Pt. 2 Bix Pt. remicanihomic.ciagnacicobunprobderrehodefuta.infoinfo3 AT THE JAZZ BAND BALL -- Bix Beiderbecke Centennial All Stars I NEED SOME PETTIN’ -- Terry Waldo Gotham City Band, JAZZ ME BLUES -- The Wolverines, DAVENPORT BLUES -- Bunny Berigan & his Men,
  4. Berigan's low notes resonate of late nights and whisky-soaked, smoke-filled clubs, and his high notes soar to a firmament unreachable by mere mortals. This is the best of the Bunny Berigan compilations, containing both versions of "I Can't Get Started," which was one of the first ten songs inducted into the Jazz Hall of Fame.5/5(2).
  5. Beiderbecke joined the Wolverine Orchestra late in , and the seven-man group first played a speakeasy called the Stockton Club near Hamilton, remicanihomic.ciagnacicobunprobderrehodefuta.infoinfolizing in hot jazz and recoiling from so-called sweet music, the band took its name from one of its most frequent numbers, Jelly Roll Morton's "Wolverine Blues." During this time, Beiderbecke also took piano lessons from a young woman who.
  6. After the banner years of , Bunny Berigan's output took a serious downturn. Due to his alcoholism and bad management decisions, he had to break up his band and rejoin Tommy Dorsey's group in order to make a living. Berigan did rebound long enough to form his last band, which only survived until he passed away in at the age of
  7. Apple Music Preview. Sign Out Sign In Try It Now 12 Songs, 37 Minutes Jazz Me Blues 8 I Dance Alone (From "Who's Who") Bunny Berigan & Gail Reese High Society 10 Carelessly Bunny Berigan and His Orchestra & Carol MacKay 11 Russian Lullaby 12 Sobbin' Blues Bunny Berigan and His Orchestra 12 Songs, 37 Minutes Released on: January 01,
  8. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Bunny Berigan Greatest Hits - Bunny Berigan on AllMusic.

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