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Great! I knew you would enjoy The Big 18's recordings. And I think you will be pleasantly surprised by all of the music you can (re)discover and enjoy via Spotify.Eyeball wrote:Playing it now. Excellent!
I was looking for something and didn't find it. It's an album with the new Glenn Miller Orchestra directed by Ray McKinley with Bobby Hackett on the Epic label called Glenn Miller Time 1965. I was specifically looking for the song "More". Care to take a look/see for me? Thx!JesseMiner wrote:Great! I knew you would enjoy The Big 18's recordings. And I think you will be pleasantly surprised by all of the music you can (re)discover and enjoy via Spotify.Eyeball wrote:Playing it now. Excellent!
In the mean time, I stumbled across this wen site. heard of them, but never knew they had music.
Will big bands ever come back?
This is now available on Amazon as an MP3. As far as I can tell, it still hasn't been released on CD.morte100 wrote:FYI, I have a 3rd album by many of the same folks called Live Echoes Of The Best In BIG BAND BOOGIE. The band's moniker was changed to The Will Bradley Johnny Guarnieri Band. I liked this the least of the 3 by far, but thought some of you might find it interesting to look for it. I doubt it was put out on CD. The biggest problem with this one is that one or both of the band leaders had the less than bright idea of singing on it.CafeSavoy wrote:a studio band with two recordings
https://www.amazon.com/Band-Boogie-Brad ... B004CCZAIO
And to set the record straight: that's neither Will Bradley nor Johnny Guarnieri singing. It's Clancy Hayes, best known for his recordings in the 50's in San Francisco with Turk Murphy, Lu Watters, and Bob Scobey.