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Born To Swing Volume 2 (1996)

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Born To Swing Volume 2 (1996)

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01. Jimmy Dorsey - Don't Be That Way
02. Jimmy Dorsey - John Silver
03. Jimmy Dorsey - Major and Minor Stomp
04. Jimmy Dorsey - Turn Right
05. Tommy Dorsey - I'm Getting Sentimental Over You
06. Tommy Dorsey - Melody in F
07. Tommy Dorsey - Song of India
08. Tommy Dorsey - Boogie Woogie
09. Tommy Dorsey - Quiet Please
10. Erskine Hawkins - Gin Mill Special
11. Erskine Hawkins - Tuxedo Junction
12. Erskine Hawkins - After Hours
13. Jimmie Lunceford - Rhythm is Our Business
14. Jimmie Lunceford - T'ain't What You Do
15. Jimmie Lunceford - Uptown Blues
16. Jimmie Lunceford - Lunceford Special
17. Stan Kenton - Taboo
18. Stan Kenton - Adios
19. Stan Kenton - El Choclo
20. Count Basie - One o' Clock Jump
21. Count Basie - Blue and Sentimental
22. Count Basie - Jumpin' at the Woodside
23. Count Basie - Clap Hands, Here Comes Charlie
24. Count Basie - Rockin' the Blues
25. Count Basie - Red Bank Boogie

 

While New Orleans jazz has improvised ensembles, when jazz started becoming popular in the 1920s and demand was growing for larger dance bands, it became necessary for ensembles to be written down, particularly when a group included more than three or four horns. Although swing largely began when Louis Armstrong joined Fletcher Henderson's Orchestra in 1924 and Don Redman began writing arrangements for the band that echoed the cornetist's relaxed phrases, the swing era officially started in 1935 when Benny Goodman's Orchestra caught on. Swing was a major force in American popular music until the big-band era largely ended in 1946. Swing differs from New Orleans jazz and Dixieland in that the ensembles (even for small groups) are simpler and generally filled with repetitious riffs, while in contrast the solos are more sophisticated. Individual improvisations still paid close attention to the melody but due to the advance in musicianship, the solo flights were more adventurous. The swing-oriented musicians who continued performing in the style after the end of the big band era (along with later generations who adopted this approach) were also playing "mainstream." The many stars of swing during the big-band era included trumpeters Louis Armstrong, Bunny Berigan, Harry James, and Roy Eldridge; trombonists Tommy Dorsey and Jack Teagarden; clarinetists Benny Goodman and Artie Shaw; tenor saxophonists Coleman Hawkins, Lester Young, and Ben Webster; altoists Johnny Hodges and Benny Carter; pianists Teddy Wilson, Art Tatum, Earl Hines, Count Basie, and Nat King Cole; guitarist Charlie Christian; drummers Gene Krupa and Chick Webb; vibraphonist Lionel Hampton; bandleader Glenn Miller; and singers Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, and Jimmy Rushing. ---Rovi

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