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Various - The Swing Era: The Music Of 1940-1941; How It Was To Be Young Then flac album

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A1 In The Mood (Glenn Miller Version)
Written-By, Arranged By – Joseph C. Garland*
3:35
A2 You Made Me Love You (Harry James Version)
Arranged By – Harry James Written-By – James V. Monaco
3:22
A3 Frenesi (Artie Shaw Version)
Arranged By – Artie Shaw, William Grant StillWritten-By – Alberto Dominguez
3:16
A4 Bizet Has His Day (Les Brown Version)
Arranged By – Ben HomerWritten-By – Georges Bizet
3:09
A5 Deep River (Tommy Dorsey Version)
Arranged By – Sy OliverWritten-By – Traditional
4:06
B1 Temptation (Artie Shaw Version)
Arranged By – Lenny Hayton*Written-By – Nacio Herb Brown
3:03
B2 Tuxedo Junction (Glenn Miller Version)
Written-By – Erskine Hawkins, Julian Dash, William Johnson
3:33
B3 Blues On Parade (Woody Herman Version)
Arranged By – Jiggs Noble*Written-By – Toby Tyler, Woody Herman
3:11
B4 Cherokee (Charley Barnet Version)
Arranged By – Billy MayWritten-By – Ray Noble
3:25
B5 Boogie Woogie On St.Louis Blues (Earl Hines Version)
Written-By – W. C. Handy
2:57
C1 Stealin' Apples (Benny Goodman Version)
Arranged By – Fletcher HendersonWritten-By – Thomas "Fats" Waller*
3:04
C2 Stardust (Artie Shaw Version)
Arranged By – Artie Shaw, Lenny Hayton*Written-By – Hoagy Carmichael
3:40
C3 Little Brown Jug (Glenn Milloer Version)
Arranged By – Bill FineganWritten-By – J. E. Winner*
2:59
C4 Well All Right Then (Jimmie Lunceford Version)
Arranged By – The Jimmie Lunceford Band*
2:53
C5 Two O'Clock Jump (Harry James Version)
Written-By – Benny GoodmanWritten-By, Arranged By – Count Basie, Harry James
3:21
D1 Sunrise Serenade (Glenn Miller Version)
Arranged By – Bill FineganWritten-By – Frankie Carle
3:23
D2 Redskin Rhumba (Charlie Barnet Version)
Written-By, Arranged By – Charlie Barnet
2:38
D3 Lonesome Roads Part I (Tommy Dorsey Version)
Arranged By – Bill Finegan
2:24
D4 Lonesome Roads Part II (Tommy Dorsey Version)
Arranged By – Bill Finegan
2:24
D5 Ciribiribin (Harry James Version)
Arranged By – Harry James , Jack Lawrence Written-By – Alberto Pestalozza
2:33
E1 Swanee River (Tommy Dorsey Version)
Arranged By – Sy OliverWritten-By – Stephen Foster
3:03
E2 Music Makers (Harry James Version)
Arranged By – Jack Mathias*Written-By – Harry James
3:19
E3 Let's Dance (Benny Goodman Version)
Arranged By – George BassmanWritten-By – Gregory Stone, Josef Bonime*
2:37
E4 Pompton Turnpike (Charlie Barnet Version)
Arranged By – Billy MayWritten-By – Charlie Barnet
3:14
E5 720 In The Books (Jan Savitt Version)
Written-By – Jan SavittWritten-By, Arranged By – Johnny Watson
2:57
F1 Take The "A" Train (Duke Ellington Version)
Written-By, Arranged By – Billy Strayhorn
3:04
F2 Snowfall (Claude Thornhill Version)
Written-By, Arranged By – Claude Thornhill
3:17
F3 Moonlight Serenade (Glenn Miller Version)
Written-By, Arranged By – Glenn Miller
3:30
F4 Anvil Chorus Part I (Glenn Miller Version)
Arranged By – Jerry GrayWritten-By – Giuseppe Verdi
2:25
F5 Anvil Chorus Part II (Glenn Miller Version)
Arranged By – Jerry GrayWritten-By – Giuseppe Verdi
2:26

Credits

  • Bass – Clifford Hils* (tracks: A2, A3, A5, B1, C2, D3, D4, E1, E4), Joe Mondragon (tracks: C4), Mike Rubin* (tracks: A1, B3 to B5, D2, D5, E3, E5 to F3), Rolly Bundock (tracks: A4, B2, C1, C3, C5, D1, E2, F4, F5)
  • Bass Clarinet – Chuck Gentry (tracks: A2, A3, B1, C2, C4)
  • Cello – Anne Goodman (tracks: A2, A3, B1, C2, C4), Raphael Kramer (tracks: A2, A3, B1, C2, C4)
  • Conductor – Billy May (tracks: A1 to A4, B1, B2, C1 to D1, D3, D4, E1, E2, E4, F4, F5)
  • Drums – Alvin Stoller (tracks: C4), Nick Fatool (tracks: A1 to C3, C5 to F5)
  • Flute – Justin Gordon (tracks: A2, A3, B1, C2, C4), Skeets Herfurt (tracks: A2, A3, B1, C2, C4)
  • French Horn – Vincent DeRosa (tracks: A2, A3, B1, C2, C4)
  • Guitar – Al Hendrickson (tracks: C4), Jack Marshall (tracks: A1 to C3, C5 to F5)
  • Oboe, Saxophone – Gene Cipriano (tracks: A2, A3, B1, C2, C4)
  • Orchestra – Glen Gray's Casa Loma Orchestra* (tracks: A1, B3 to B5, D2, D5, E3, E5 to F3)
  • Piano – Jimmy Rowles (tracks: C4), Ray Sherman (tracks: A1 to C3, C5 to F5)
  • Producer – Dave Cavanaugh*
  • Saxophone – Abe Most (tracks: A2 to B2, C1 to C3, C5 to to E4, F3 to F5), Babe Russin (tracks: A1, B3 to B5, D2, D5, E5 to F2), Bob Lawson (tracks: C4), Chuck Gentry (tracks: A1, A5, B2 to B5, C3, C4, D1 to E1, E3 to F5), Gus Bivona (tracks: A1, B3 to B5, E5 to F2), Jack Nimitz (tracks: A2 to A4, B1, C1, C2, C5, E2), Joe Thomas (tracks: C4), Julie Jacob (tracks: A1, B3 to B5, E3, E5 to F2), Justin Gordon (tracks: A2 to B2, C1 to C3, C5, D1, D3, D4, E1, E2, E4, F3 to F5), Plas Johnson (tracks: A1 to B4, C1 to C3, C5 to E4, F3 to F5), Skeets Herfurt, Ted Nash (tracks: C4), Willie Schwartz* (tracks: C4), Willie Smith (tracks: C4)
  • Trombone – Benny Benson (tracks: B4, B5, E5, F1, F2), Dick Noel (tracks: C4), Ed Kusby (tracks: A2 to B2, C1 to E4, F3 to F5), Hoyt Bohannon (tracks: A5, B2, C3, D1, D3, D4, E1, E4, F4, F5), Joe Howard, Lew McCreary (tracks: A2 to B2, C1 to C3, C5 to E4, F3 to F5), Milt Bernhart (tracks: A1 to A4, B1, B3, C1, C2, C5, D2, D5, E2, E3, F3), Murray McEachern (tracks: A1, B3 to B5, E5 to F2), Si Zentner (tracks: A1, B3 to B5, C4, E5 to F2), Tommy Pederson (tracks: A1, B3), Trummy Young (tracks: C4)
  • Trumpet – Cappy Lewis (tracks: A1, B3), Conrad Gozzo (tracks: A1, B3 to B5, C4, D2, D5, E3, E5 to F3), Frank Beach (tracks: E3), James Zito (tracks: A2 to B4, B1, C1, C2, C5, E2), Joe Graves (tracks: A2 to B2, C1 to C3, C5 to E2, E4, F3 to F5), John Audino (tracks: A4, A5, C1, C5, D3, D4, E1, E2, E4), Manny Klein (tracks: A1,B3 to B5, C4, E5 to F2), Ollie Mitchell (tracks: C4), Pete Candoli (tracks: A1, A5, B2 to B5, C3, C4, D1, D3, D4, E1, E4 to F2, F4, F5), Ray Triscari (tracks: A2, A3, B1, B2, C2, C3, D1, F4, F5), Shorty Sherock (tracks: A1 to C3, C5 to F5), Uan Rasey (tracks: A2 to B2, C1 to C3, C5 to E4, F3 to F5), Vito Mangano (tracks: C4)
  • Viola – Gareth Nuttycombe (tracks: A2, A3, B1, C2, C4), Samuel Boghossian (tracks: A2, A3, B1, C2, C4)
  • Violin – Darrel Terwilliger (tracks: A2, A3, B1, C2, C4), Edward Bergman* (tracks: A2, A3, B1, C2, C4), Emil Briano (tracks: A2, A3, B1, C2, C4), Gerald Vinci (tracks: A2, A3, B1, C2, C4), Harry Bluestone (tracks: A2, A3, B1, C2, C4), James Getzoff (tracks: A2, A3, B1, C2, C4), John De Voogdt (tracks: A2, A3, B1, C2, C4), Paul Shure (tracks: A2, A3, B1, C2, C4), Sidney Sharp (tracks: A2, A3, B1, C2, C4)

Notes

Autocoupled release.
The box set includes the 3 discs plus a 64-page hard bound book titled "The Swing Era 1940-1941 How It Was To Be Young Then" and a 9 page 12"x12" booklet titled "An Introduction To The Swing Era" with a 7-inch flexible 1-sided Demonstration Record.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
STL 345 Various The Swing Era: The Music Of 1940-1941; How It Was To Be Young Then ‎(3xLP, Comp + Box) Time Life Records, Capitol Records STL 345 US 1970
STA 345, STL 345 Various The Swing Era 1940-1941 ‎(3xLP + Box, Comp, RE) Time Life Records, Time Life Records STA 345, STL 345 US 1972
STA 345 Various The Swing Era: The Music Of 1940-1941 ‎(3xLP) Time Life Records STA 345 US 1971
STL 345 Various The Swing Era 1940-1941 ‎(3xLP, Comp, RE + Box) Time Life Records STL 345 Canada 1972
STL 345 Various The Swing Era 1940-1941 ‎(3xLP, Comp, RE + Box) Time Life Records STL 345 Germany 1982

Tracklist

In The Mood (Glenn Miller Version) 3:35
You Made Me Love You (Harry James Version) 3:22
Frenesi (Artie Shaw Version) 3:16
Bizet Has His Day (Les Brown Version) 3:09
Deep River (Tommy Dorsey Version) 4:06
Temptation (Artie Shaw Version) 3:03
Tuxedo Junction (Glenn Miller Version) 3:33
Blues On Parade (Woody Herman Version) 3:11
Cherokee (Charley Barnet Version) 3:25
Boogie Woogie On St.Louis Blues (Earl Hines Version) 2:57
Stealin' Apples (Benny Goodman Version) 3:04
Stardust (Artie Shaw Version) 3:40
Little Brown Jug (Glenn Milloer Version) 2:59
Well All Right Then (Jimmie Lunceford Version) 2:53
Two O'Clock Jump (Harry James Version) 3:21
Sunrise Serenade (Glenn Miller Version) 3:23
Redskin Rhumba (Charlie Barnet Version) 2:38
Lonesome Roads Part I (Tommy Dorsey Version) 2:24
Lonesome Roads Part II (Tommy Dorsey Version) 2:24
Ciribiribin (Harry James Version) 2:33
Swanee River (Tommy Dorsey Version) 3:03
Music Makers (Harry James Version) 3:19
Let's Dance (Benny Goodman Version) 2:37
Pompton Turnpike (Charlie Barnet Version) 3:14
720 In The Books (Jan Savitt Version) 2:57
Take The "A" Train (Duke Ellington Version) 3:04
Snowfall (Claude Thornhill Version) 3:17
Moonlight Serenade (Glenn Miller Version) 3:30
Anvil Chorus Part I (Glenn Miller Version) 2:25
Anvil Chorus Part II (Glenn Miller Version) 2:26

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
STL 345 Various The Swing Era: The Music Of 1940-1941; How It Was To Be Young Then ‎(3xLP, Comp + Box) Time Life Records, Capitol Records STL 345 US 1970
4TL 345 Various The Swing Era: The Music Of 1940-1941; How It Was To Be Young Then ‎(2xCass + Box) Time Life Records, Capitol Records 4TL 345 US 1970
STL 345 Various The Swing Era: The Music Of 1940-1941; How It Was To Be Young Then ‎(3xLP, Comp + Box) Time Life Records, Capitol Records STL 345 US 1970
STL 345 Various The Swing Era: The Music Of 1940-1941; How It Was To Be Young Then ‎(3xLP, Comp + Box) Time Life Records, Capitol Records STL 345 US 1970
STA 345 Various The Swing Era: The Music Of 1940-1941 ‎(3xLP) Time Life Records STA 345 US 1971
STA 345 Various The Swing Era: The Music Of 1940-1941 ‎(3xLP) Time Life Records STA 345 UK 1971
STA 345, STL 345 Various The Swing Era 1940-1941 ‎(3xLP + Box, Comp, RE) Time Life Records, Time Life Records STA 345, STL 345 US 1972
STL 345 Various The Swing Era 1940-1941 ‎(3xLP, Comp, RE + Box) Time Life Records STL 345 Canada 1972
STL 345 Various The Swing Era 1940-1941 ‎(3xLP, Comp + Box) Time Life Records STL 345 Europe 1982
STL 345 Various The Swing Era 1940-1941 ‎(3xLP, Comp, RE + Box) Time Life Records STL 345 Germany 1982
STL-345, STL-601 Various The Swing Era 1940-1941 ‎(3xLP + Box, Comp, RE) Time Life Records, Time Life Records STL-345, STL-601 US 1985
8TL 345 Various The Swing Era: The Music Of 1940-1941 - How It Was To Be Young Then ‎(2x8-Trk + Box) Time Life Records 8TL 345 US Unknown

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