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All Music Guide - Arwulf Arwulf
Ladies and Gentlemen: this is the most invigorating of all Jack Hylton compilations. It contains an unusually large number of hot early jazz sides recorded by Hylton for the HMV label between 1926 and 1930. Nine of these exciting performances feature French trumpeter Philippe Brun, a fine improviser most often encountered on records in the company of Django Reinhardt. Nowhere else in the Jack Hylton digital discography do so many hot, zippy and jazz-identified numbers appear together on one disc. Examples include "Turn on the Heat," "Tiger Rag," "Diga Diga Doo," "Harmonica Harry." The most peculiar portion of this package exists in the two takes of "I Want to Be Bad," a ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Arwulf Arwulf
Ladies and Gentlemen: this is the most invigorating of all Jack Hylton compilations. It contains an unusually large number of hot early jazz sides recorded by Hylton for the HMV label between 1926 and 1930. Nine of these exciting performances feature French trumpeter Philippe Brun, a fine improviser most often encountered on records in the company of Django Reinhardt. Nowhere else in the Jack Hylton digital discography do so many hot, zippy and jazz-identified numbers appear together on one disc. Examples include "Turn on the Heat," "Tiger Rag," "Diga Diga Doo," "Harmonica Harry." The most peculiar portion of this package exists in the two takes of "I Want to Be Bad," a saucy little item closely associated with Annette Hanshaw and Helen Kane, here given a supreme gender bender treatment by Sam Browne and two other naughty males who cheerfully threaten to rouge their lips, shake their shoulders and twist their hips.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/14/2006
  • Label: Challenge
  • UPC: 608917902426
  • Catalog Number: 79024
  • Sales rank: 104,284

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Ya Gotta Know How to Love - Jack Hylton & His Orchestra (3:16)
  2. 2 Pardon the Glove - Jack Hylton & His Orchestra (3:00)
  3. 3 Marvellous - Jack Hylton & His Orchestra (3:05)
  4. 4 Buffalo Rhythm - Jack Hylton & His Orchestra (3:09)
  5. 5 Just the Same (3:13)
  6. 6 Grieving for You - Jack Hylton & His Orchestra (3:13)
  7. 7 You Can't Have My Sugar for Tea - Jack Hylton & His Orchestra (3:06)
  8. 8 Borneo - Jack Hylton & His Orchestra (3:11)
  9. 9 Mississippi Melody - Jack Hylton & His Orchestra (3:21)
  10. 10 If You Want the Rainbow - Jack Hylton & His Orchestra (3:12)
  11. 11 I Must Have That Man! - Jack Hylton & His Orchestra (3:11)
  12. 12 Diga Diga Doo - Jack Hylton & His Orchestra (3:02)
  13. 13 I Want to Be Bad - Jack Hylton & His Orchestra (2:58)
  14. 14 I Want to Be Bad - Jack Hylton & His Orchestra (3:03)
  15. 15 Turn on the Heat - Jack Hylton & His Orchestra (3:22)
  16. 16 Tiger Rag - Jack Hylton & His Orchestra (3:09)
  17. 17 Limehouse Blues - Jack Hylton & His Orchestra (2:56)
  18. 18 Somebody Mighty Like You - Jack Hylton & His Orchestra (3:05)
  19. 19 Speaking of Kentucky Days - Jack Hylton & His Orchestra (3:08)
  20. 20 Happy Days Are Here Again - Jack Hylton & His Orchestra (3:10)
  21. 21 Moanin' Low - Jack Hylton & His Orchestra (3:13)
  22. 22 Oh! What a Silly Place to Kiss a Girl - Jack Hylton & His Orchestra (2:53)
  23. 23 Herr Lehmann, Herr Lehmann, Was Macht Die Frau Gemahlin in Marienbad - Jack Hylton & His Orchestra (2:53)
  24. 24 Harmonica Harry - Jack Hylton & His Orchestra (3:11)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Jack Hylton Primary Artist, Vocals
Philippe Brun Trumpet
Billy Munn Piano
Arthur Young Guitar, Piano
Jack Jackson Vocals
Johnny Rosen Violin
Noel "Chappie" d'Amato Guitar, Alto Saxophone
E.O. Pogson Clarinet, Guitar, Oboe, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone
Hugo Rignold Guitar, Violin
Sam Browne Vocals
Peter Yorke Piano
Lew Davis Trombone
Harry Berly Violin, Ocarina, Viola
Joe Crossman Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone
Paul Fenoulhet Trombone, Trumpet
Claude Ivy Piano
Jack Raine Trumpet
Harry Robbins Xylophone
Leo Vauchant Trombone, Cello, Vocals
Basil Wiltshire Drums
Billy Herbert Banjo
Technical Credits
Eddie Edwards Composer
Jack Hylton Director
Nick LaRocca Composer
Jimmy McHugh Composer
Ian Broudie Composer
Howard Dietz Composer
Chris Ellis Producer, Original Material
Dorothy Fields Composer
Ray Henderson Composer
Henry W. Ragas Composer
Ralph Rainger Composer
Tony Sbarbaro Composer
Jim Shepherd Original Material
Larry Shields Composer
Noel "Chappie" d'Amato Arranger
Brian Rust Annotation
Clem Lawton Brass Band
Harry Coster Original Material
Hyman Arluck Composer
Harry Da Costa Composer
Billy Rose Composer
Antonio Sbarbaro Composer
Edwin Edwards Composer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Poor mastering

    Just by listening to the samples, they have used too much noise reduction and completely stripped the life out of the music. Reverb has also been liberally applied. Very poor, it should not sound like this.

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