Lunceford, Jimmie: Collection 1930-42

Lunceford, Jimmie SKU: 26466217
Jimmie Lunceford: Collection 1930-42

Lunceford, Jimmie: Collection 1930-42

Lunceford, Jimmie SKU: 26466217

Format: CD

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Title: Collection 1930-42
Artist: Lunceford, Jimmie
Label: Fabulous
UPC: 824046204228
Genre: Jazz

Jimmie Lunceford was one of most prominent bandleaders of the swing heyday of the 1930s and early '40s, his tight, highly professional band coming to prominence with a season at New York's Cotton Club, and establishing a reputation that saw it ranked alongside those of Duke Ellington, Count Basie and Earl Hines. His style was highly individual, best-known for fine ensemble playing rather than virtuoso soloists, with trademark imaginative arrangements by the great Sy Oliver, trumpeter with the band for several years, and with his characteristic 'two-beat'rhythm, as well as an entertaining line in humorous lyrics and extrovert presentation. This great value 50-track 2-CD collection, which does not duplicate any tracks included on our existing Jimmie Lunceford products ('Jimmie Lunceford Jukebox Hits 1935-47' ACMCD4076, and 'Jazznocracy' ACRCD165), brings together recordings from his studio debut in 1930 with his first band The Chickasaw Syncopators, right through his career to include a track from his final session before his untimely sudden death in 1947. It's a thoroughly entertaining cross-section of the career of a bandleader who truly did know how to entertain.

1.1 In Dat Morning
1.2 Sweet Rhythm
1.3 Breakfast Ball
1.4 Swingin' Uptown
1.5 Sophisticated Lady
1.6 Miss Otis Regrets
1.7 Star Dust
1.8 Black and Tan Fantasy
1.9 Dream of You
1.10 Solitude
1.11 Rain
1.12 Since My Best Gal Turned Me Down
1.13 Jealous
1.14 Shake Your Head (From Side to Side)
1.15 Runnin' Wild
1.16 Four or Five Times
1.17 Bird of Paradise
1.18 Rhapsody Junior
1.19 Avalon
1.20 Hittin' the Bottle
1.21 My Blue Heaven
1.22 Muddy Water
1.23 Raggin' the Scale
1.24 Annie Laurie
1.25 Frisco Fog
2.1 Pigeon Walk
2.2 Baby, Won't You Please Come Home
2.3 Blue Blazes
2.4 Sassin' the Boss
2.5 Wham (Re-Bop-Boom-Bam)
2.6 Swingin' on C
2.7 Monotony in Four Flats
2.8 Minnie the Moocher Is Dead
2.9 State and Tioga Stomp
2.10 I Had a Premonition
2.11 Blue Afterglow
2.12 I'm a Heck of a Guy
2.13 Morning After
2.14 Battle Axe
2.15 I'm Walking Through Heaven with You
2.16 Okay for Baby
2.17 Hi Spook
2.18 Yard Dog Mazurka
2.19 Impromptu
2.20 Keep Smilin', Keep Laughin', Be Happy
2.21 Strictly Instrumental
2.22 I'm Gonna See My Baby
2.23 This Is My Confession to You
2.24 I Need a Lift
2.25 Water Faucet
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