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  • View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Bolero At The Savoy on Discogs. Label: History - HI • Series: Recordings By The Greatest Musicians Of The Big Band Era - • Format: 2x, CD Compilation, Remastered • Country: Germany • Genre: Jazz • Style: Swing, Big Band/5(3).
  • Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Bolero at the Savoy - Gene Krupa on AllMusic. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Bolero at the Savoy - Gene Krupa on AllMusic Georgia on My Mind. Hoagy Carmichael / Stuart Gorrell. Gene Krupa. Amazon: Fool Am I. Gene Krupa.
  • View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Anita O'Day Sings With Gene Krupa = ジョージア・オン・マイ・マインド on Discogs.
  • Georgia On My Mind (Carmichael, Gorrell) 5: 11/25/ Thanks For The “Boogie” Ride (Buck, Mitchell) 6: 10/23/ CO Tea For Two (Youmans, Caesar) 7: 02/26/ That’s What You Think (Werner, Werner) 8: 3:/19/ CO Just A Little Bit South Of North Carolina (Skylar, Cannon.
  • Gene Krupa Reference Page Georgia On My Mind (Carmichael, Gorrell) A3: 08/18/ C Stop! The Red Light’s On (Miller) A4: 05/08/ Green Eyes (Rivera, Woods, Menendez, Utrera) Bolero At The Savoy (Biondi, Mundy, Carpenter, Krupa) Collective Personnel.
  • This box features 89 tracks and includes a 52 page illustrated booklet that tells her story and provides track and session details as well as including many archive images. Tracks include: 'Georgia on my Mind', 'Let me Off Uptown', 'Bolero at the Savoy' and 'Tennessee Waltz'. Four standard jewelcases housed in a slip-box. release/5(17).
  • Georgia on My Mind - Carmichael-Gorrell Quintette du Hot Club de France: Stephane Grappelly (Vin), Joseph Reinhardt, Pierre Ferret (G), Louis Vola(b), Freddy.
  • May 14,  · Gene Krupa and His Orchestra Roy Eldridge (#3,6,9) - trumpet, vocals A Japan-only album of classic Gene Krupa with Anita O'Day and Roy Eldridge sides recorded in the early s, at the beginning of O'Day's career.
  • The reissue of this title (CK ) is a major addition to Anita O'Day's catalog and, secondarily, to Roy Eldridge's and Gene Krupa's CD profile. Anyone who has heard the previous releases of Krupa's music from the early '40s on Columbia and OKeh knows how problematic they are -- the masters sound rough, and the band wasn't half as good as O'Day or trumpet .