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Great American Big Bands of the 1930S & 40S Tap into the Upbeat Mood of Post-Dep

Great American Big Bands of the 1930S & 40S Tap into the Upbeat Mood of Post-Dep

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What is it about big bands which explains their enduring appeal? American writer Gene Lees described their characteristic sound as 'one that will not go away'. Once heard, never forgotten in other words, and especially true for those who grew up with the idea that the best kind of fun came from dancing to the beat of a big band.

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Count Basie - Sent For You Yesterday

Jack Teagarden - Chicks Is Wonderful

Benny Carter - These Foolish Things

Chick Webb - When I Get Low I Get High

Benny Goodman - Christopher Columbus

Louis Armstrong - I Never Knew

Joe Venuti - Flop

Duke Ellington - Take The A Train

Harry James - Strictly Instrumental

Jimmy Dorsey - All Of Me

Bunny Berigan - The Prisoner's Song

Bob Crosby - Barrelhouse Bessie From Basin Street

Jimmie Lunceford - My Blue Heaven

Glenn Miller - A String Of Pearls

Cab Calloway - Run Little Rabbit

Woody Herman - Twin City Blues

Ted Weems - I Wonder Whos Kissing Her Now?

Tommy Dorsey - Stop, Look And Listen

Frankie Trumbauer - I Hope Gabriel Likes My Music

Casa Loma Orchestra - A Study In Brown

Artie Shaw - Deep Purple

Gene Krupa - Drummin Man

Lionel Hampton - Nola

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