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9 thoughts on “ Am I Blue? - Ziggy Elman - In Chronology - 1938-1939 (File, MP3)

  1. Ziggy Elman War Bond Broadcasts Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra Al Jolson, Barton Brothers, Ziggy Elman, Molly Picon One Night Stand Hollywood Palladium Ziggy Elman The Issued Recordings: & Ziggy Elman Reading and Viewing: At you can often buy used for a fraction of the new price. Tommy Dorsey, Jimmy.
  2. Popular Big-Band musician and composer of the s and 40s. Played with Benny Goodman and Tommy Dorsey, plus he performed with his own bands. Recorded the hit song And the Angels Sing with vocalist Martha Tilton in
  3. Dec 07,  · Ziggy Elman plays Bulgarian tune on trumpet, "And The Angels Sing." Dorsey band, s. He was the best of the big-band trumpet players.
  4. 78_all-i-do-is-dream-of-you_ziggy-elman-and-his-orchestra-jud-conlons-rhythmaires-bro_gbiab Location USA Run time Scanner Internet Archive Python library Scanningcenter George Blood, L.P. Size Source 78 User_cleaned Eric Morante User_metadataentered Chris Cain User_transferred Chris Cain.
  5. This is an excellent compilation of Ziggy Elman's "own" recording sessions. At the time () Ziggy was a valuable member of Benny Goodman's brass section, and this CD has Ziggy's headlining his own group -- which features most of the Benny Goodman band!/5(6).
  6. This collectors LP has some of trumpeter Ziggy Elman's best jazz recordings with his short-lived big band of The personnel is not given (other than the band's occasional vocalist Virginia Maxey) but Elman is generally the main star anyway. "Boppin' with Zig" (a successor to "Zaggin' with Zig" and "Samba with Zig") is quite interesting as Elman tries to adapt to a boppish arrangement.
  7. Explore releases from Ziggy Elman & His Orchestra at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Ziggy Elman & His Orchestra at the Discogs Marketplace. Ziggy Elman And His Orchestra* Am I Blue? / I Have Everything To Live For 2 versions: Bluebird (3) B US: Sell This Version: 2 .
  8. Ziggy Elman played trumpet beautifully and made lasting, significant contributions to the ripening of jazz and swing during the months immediately preceding the Second World War. As if to illustrate the point, this first segment of Elman's chronology contains his Bluebird recordings dating from December 28, , through December 26,

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