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Performer: Various
Genre: Jazz
Title: From The Golden Years 50 Of The Most Famous Records Ever Made - Album No. 2
Country: US
Released: 1986
Style: Smooth Jazz, Vocal, Big Band
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50 Of The Most Famous Records Ever Made - Album No. 2 ‎(LP, Comp). Suffolk Marketing, Inc. SMI-85.

50 Of The Most Famous Records Ever Made Album No. 1 ‎(LP, Comp). SMI - 86.

Tony Martin (3). There's No Tomorrow. A7. –Buddy Clark (3). Linda. Companies, etc. Distributed By – Suffolk Marketaing, Inc. Notes. From the Golden Years.

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The album catches Christian away from the highly-structured surroundings of his rent-paying gigs, the Benny Goodman sextet and orchestra, jamming with fellow revolutionaries Thelonious Monk and Dizzy Gillespie. The LP consists of two, hard-driving, nine-minute workouts. The best live album Parker ever recorded. Moondog On The Streets Of New York (Mars EP, 1953). Despite a confrontational personality made worse by alcoholism, Al Haig – a veteran of Charlie Parker’s groups and one of the handful of white musicians who helped shape bop in the mid 1940s – went on to record some of the loveliest, most crystalline piano albums of the 1950s. Musically, he was by this time on much the same page as Ahmad Jamal, and both musicians were dismissed by the jazz establishment as lightweights.

Tracklist

A1 Jimmy Dorsey Maria Elena
A2 The Mills Brothers You Always Hurt The One You Love
A3 Ella Fitzgerald For Sentimental Reasons
A4 Clyde McCoy Sugar Blues
A5 Hoagy Carmichael Old Buttermilk Sky
A6 Pied Pipers* My Happiness
A7 Billy Eckstine I Apologize
A8 Guy Lombardo Boo Hoo
B1 Russ Morgan Does Your Heart Beat For Me
B2 Jimmy Dorsey And Helen O'Connell And Bob Eberle* Green Eyes
B3 The Andrews Sisters In Apple Blossom Time
B4 Al Hibbler Unchained Melody
B5 Louis Armstrong I Can't Give You Anything But Love
B6 Les Paul And Mary Ford* How High The Moon
B7 Harry Freidman Cruising Down The River
B8 Eddie Howard* To Each His Own

Companies, etc.

  • Marketed By – Suffolk Marketing, Inc. – SMI-1-85PB
  • Distributed By – Suffolk Marketing, Inc.

Notes

(P) 1985 Suffolk Marketing, Inc.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: Side A : Mastered By Trutone SR586
  • Matrix / Runout: Side A : SMI-1-85A Press
  • Matrix / Runout: Side B :Mastered By Trutone SR586
  • Matrix / Runout: Side B : SMI-1-85B Press

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DVM1-0725 Various From The Golden Years 50 Of The Most Famous Records Ever Made - Album No. 2 ‎(LP, Comp, Mono) RCA/Ariola International DVM1-0725 US 1985
SMI-85AS Various 50 Of The Most Famous Records Ever Made - Album No. 2 ‎(Cass, Comp) Suffolk Marketing, Inc. SMI-85AS US 1986
SMI-85 Various 50 Of The Most Famous Records Ever Made - Album No. 2 ‎(LP, Comp) Suffolk Marketing, Inc. SMI-85 1985