Big Band Sound: 1974-07-08

  1. The Good Earth – The Woody Herman Orchestra – 1945
  2. On the Street Where You Live – Mel Tormé with the Marty Paich Orchestra – 1960
  3. Opus In Chartreuse – Stan Kenton Orchestra – 1955
  4. Let’s Get Away From It All – Jo Stafford and the Pied Pipers – 1963
  5. At the Jazz Band Ball – The World’s Greatest Jazz Band – 1972 Carnegie Hall concert recording
  6. Yank Lawson introduces Maxine Sullivan – 1972 Carnegie Hall concert recording
  7. A Hundred Years From Today – Maxine Sullivan – 1972 Carnegie Hall concert recording
  8. Keeping Out Of Mischief Now – Maxine Sullivan – 1972 Carnegie Hall concert recording
  9. Swing That Music – The World’s Greatest Jazz Band – 1972 Carnegie Hall concert recording
  10. Listen to My Music – The Ted Heath Orchestra – 1948
  11. Turn on the Heath – The Ted Heath Orchestra – 1947
  12. Walking Shoes – The Ted Heath Orchestra – date given as early 1950s
  13. Henry 9 – The Ted Heath Orchestra at the London Palladium – February 1954
  14. Big Mamou – Dennis Lotis with the Ted Heath Orchestra
  15. King’s Cross Climax – The Ted Heath Orchestra
  16. Ja Da – The Ted Heath Orchestra – 1958 Kingsway Hall concert recording
  17. C-Jam Blues – The Ted Heath Orchestra – 1958 Kingsway Hall concert recording

Notes

Ted Heath and His Music – June 26th, and July 3rd and 17th 1958 (Ted Heath Swings In Hi-Stereo – Decca)

Bobby Pratt, Bert Ezzard, Duncan Campbell, Eddie Blair (tp), Wally Smith, Don Lusher, Jimmy Coombes, Keith Christie (tb), Les Gilbert (as), Ronnie Chamberlain (as, sop), Bob Efford (ts), Henry Mackenzie (cl, ts), Ken Kiddier (bs), Stan Tracey (p, vib), John Hawksworth (b), Ronnie Verrell (d). Arrangements by Ron Roullier, Ken Moule and Johnny Keating.

C Jam Blues*/Three For The Blues*/My Funny Valentine*/I Like To Recognise The Tune*/Love Me Or Leave Me*/Ja-Da*/Bloomsie*/Big Ben*/Sophisticated Lady*/Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams*/Over The Rainbow*.

(*Vocalion CD – Ted Heath “My very good friends the bandleaders / Swings in Hi-stereo”)

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