Various - SWINGIN’ DICKS: Shellac Shakers Vol. 1+2 - CD


Hot Jive, Jumpin’Jazz & Big Band R&B 78’s - CD compilation of Vol.1+2 of the 10" series.
Inspired by the beat of the big band and the swingin' hot rhythms of the Thirties and Forties.... This collection of swing comes from the vaults of “Swingin’ Dick’s 78 Social”. Renown the world over as “The Original Gramophone Operative”, Swingin’ Dick shares his collection of shellac shaking phonographic 78rpm records for your edification. Join the enigmatic Dick as he spins his unique brand of Hot Jive and R&B Swing, 10 inches at a time! This compilation of 78s will have you jumpin' and jitterbugging to the sounds of a bygone era, in all it's gramophonic glory.

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14,70 €
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Lieferzeit 2-3 Werktage*

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1. Horace Henderson & His Orchestra – I Got Rhythm 2. Mezzrow-Ladnier Quintet – Everybody Loves My Baby 3. Fats Waller – The Minor Drags 4. Stuff Smith & His Onyx Club Orchestra – Old Joe's Hitting The Jug 5. Charlie Barnet & His Orchestra – Ogoun Badagris (Voodoo War God) 6. Rex Stewart's Big Eight – The Little Goose 7. Slim Gaillard – Jam Man 8. Count Basie & His Orchestra - Topsy 9. Jay McShann & His Orchestra – Voodoo Woman Blues 10. Woody Herman - Caldonia 11. Horace Henderson & His Orchestra – Bunch Of Rhythm 12. The Harlem Hamfats – Root, Hog Or Die 13. Sidney Bechet & His New Orleans Feetwarmers – Rip Up The Joint 14. Albert Ammonds – Jammin' The Boogie 15. Cab Calloway & His Orchestra –Jive (Page One Of The Hepster's Dictionary) 16. Gene Krupa & His Orchestra – Ball Of Fire 17. Roy Eldridge & His Orchestra – All The Cats Join In 18. Oran „Hot Lips“ Page & His Band – Harlem Rhumbain' The Blues 19. Erskine Hawkins & His Orchestra – Raid The Joint 20. Lucky Millinder & His Orchestra – Who Said Shorty Wasn't Coming Back?


Artist Various
Plattenlabel Stag-O-Lee
Produzent -
Released 2017
Country of Manufacture Deutschland
Lieferzeit 2-3 Werktage*


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