Play The Gershwin Bandbook + The Explosive Sound of Les Brown (2 LPs on 1 CD)

Les Brown & His Band of Renown

Play The Gershwin Bandbook + The Explosive Sound of Les Brown (2 LPs on 1 CD)

Lone Hill Jazz

Personnel:
Les Brown, Dick Collins, Bill Mattison, Bob Clark, Butch Stone, Abe Aaron, Tony Newsome, Stumpy Brown, Jim Hill, Terry Trotter, Bob Neal, Emil Richards, Herb Ellis

Reference: LHJ10305

Bar code: 8436019583050

Tracklisting:

01. S Wonderful
02. Somebody Loves Me
03. Soon
04. I Was Doing All Right
05. Love Walked In
06. Oh, Lady Be Good
07. Liza,
08. Summertime
09. They All Laughed
10. Nice Work If You Can Get It
11. But Not For Me
12. A Foggy Day
13. Bizet Has His Day
14. Hall Of The Swinin Kings
15. Rockin With Rocky
16. Borodins Bounce
17. Debussys Dream
18. The Bossa India
19. The Swan Swings
20. Liszt Les
21. Peter Was The Wolf
22. Three Oranges
23. Sabre Dance
24. The Vodka Boat Song

Total time: 68:32 min.


Sources:

Tracks #1-12, from the album
"Play The Gershwin Bandbook"
(Columbia CL 1679)

Tracks #1-12, from the album
"Explosive Sound of Les Brown
-Swingin the Classics"
(Columbia CL 2030)



Collective personnel includes:

Dick Collins, Bill Mattison, Bob Clark, Butch Stone, Abe Aaron, Tony Newsome, Stumpy Brown, Jim Hill, Terry Trotter, Bob Neal, Emil Richards, Herb Ellis and more.

#1-12: Recorded in Hollywood, march 14-22, 1961
#13-24: Recorded in Hollywood, December 1962-February, 1963


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