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Meet Me Tonight In Dreamland - Jan August - Piano Roll Blues (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. C A JELLY ROLL BLUES /BCD A MEET ME TONIGHT IN DREAMLAND -* Minerva M/BCD /NA HIS GRACE IS SUFFICIENT FOR ME DL 17 August Bradley’s Barn, Bender’s Ferry Road, Mount Juliet, TN - Jimmie Davis (unknown musicians.
  2. Anatomy of A Recording: I Didn’t Know by Jean Goldkette with Bix Beiderbecke. November 24, By Albert Haim. Introduction. Until , the published chronologies and biographies of Bix Beiderbecke did not mention his short association with the Jean Goldkette organization in November-December in miibartnamursificarfihejetocom.coinfo was widely known that the Wolverine Orchestra had an engagement in the.
  3. "And that's not all," he remarks with glee, "I have more than 2, records that includes a wax cylinder recording of Stanley Kirby's Tipperary (), and a copy of Meet Me Tonight In Dreamland." It is a larger and thicker than usual Pathe record that can only be played from the centre outwards on the rare Pathe gramophone.
  4. This is a reissue of the King LP “After Hours”. It’s a great collection of moody late night R&B instrumentals recorded from the late s to the mid s. I like all the tracks on this album but the one that really gets me is “In The Morning” by Washboard Bill.
  5. From Billboard - March 16, A fine album of popular waltzes by the noted ork of the hotel rooms. The smooth sounding LP contains such favorites as "When I Grow Too Old To Dream," "Meet Me Tonight In Dreamland," "Skaters Waltz" and "It Happened In Monterey." Wide appeal. A Beautiful Lady In Blue When I Grow Too Old To Dream Reserved Petite.
  6. A classic solo piano album from Thelonious Monk – recorded live in San Francisco, and maybe one of his best albums ever in the format! There's a special sort of quality that makes Monk 's solo work so different from his trio, quartet, and larger group music – this real understanding of the piano, and a personal sense of sonic shading, even when covering some of his familiar compositions.
  7. The first stereo LPs In the fall of , Sidney Frey surprised the pubic by releasing the first commercially viable stereo record. The record industry had been trying to decide which of several different methods of stereo reproduction to adopt.
  8. Ma: Conrad: Jones, Isham and his Orchestra: Brunswick A -B: Mabel's Dream: Smith: Wilber, Bob: Commodore FL 20, (FLA FLA) Maceo's
  9. May 29,  · King/Federal/DeLuxe Discography, Part 2: Main LP Series by David Edwards, Mike Callahan and Patrice Eyries Last update: May 29, When King Records decided to discontinue inch albums at the end of , they made a clean break, switching completely to inch LPs starting in the series.

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