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All Music Guide - Scott Yanow
The Bob Crosby Orchestra was going through a personality crisis in the early '40s. Although the big band gained its fame a few years later as one of the top Dixieland bands, it was leaning toward more routine swing and commercialism by the early war years in an attempt to increase its audience; the move had the opposite effect. This CD contains radio transcriptions which are in general superior to Crosby's Decca recordings of the period. Some of the tunes hint a bit at Dixieland particularly the ones featuring trumpet solos from Yank Lawson and spots for Eddie Miller's tenor...This music is a bit erratic and overall not up to the level of Bob Crosby's more famous ...
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All Music Guide - Scott Yanow
The Bob Crosby Orchestra was going through a personality crisis in the early '40s. Although the big band gained its fame a few years later as one of the top Dixieland bands, it was leaning toward more routine swing and commercialism by the early war years in an attempt to increase its audience; the move had the opposite effect. This CD contains radio transcriptions which are in general superior to Crosby's Decca recordings of the period. Some of the tunes hint a bit at Dixieland particularly the ones featuring trumpet solos from Yank Lawson and spots for Eddie Miller's tenor...This music is a bit erratic and overall not up to the level of Bob Crosby's more famous recordings, although there are some good moments.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/10/1993
  • Label: VINTAGE JAZZ
  • UPC: 032501104628
  • Catalog Number: 1046

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Bob Crosby & His Orchestra Primary Artist
Bob Crosby Indexed Contributor
Bobby Hackett Cornet
Yank Lawson Vocals
Ray Bauduc Drums
Bob Haggart Bass
Matty Matlock Clarinet, Vocals
Buddy Morrow Trumpet, Vocals
Connie Haines Vocals
Pete Carpenter Trombone
Nappy Lamare Guitar, Vocals
Eddie Miller Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone
Floyd O'Brien Trumpet
Gil Rodin Tenor Saxophone
Bruce Squires Trombone
Jess Stacy Piano, Vocals
Harry Babbitt Vocals
Elmer Smithers Trumpet
Gloria DeHaven Vocals
Arthur Rando Alto Saxophone
David Street Vocals
Artt Mendelsohn Alto Saxophone
Liz Tilton Vocals
Muriel Lane Vocals
Technical Credits
Irving Berlin Composer
Benny Goodman Engineer
Yank Lawson Director
King Oliver Composer
Bob Haggart Arranger
Ray McKinley Engineer
Buddy Baker Arranger
Phil Moore Arranger
Lew Brown Composer
E.Y. "Yip" Harburg Composer
Burton Lane Composer
Johnny Mercer Composer
Sam H. Stept Composer
Jack Towers Engineer
Lyman Vunk Director
Max Herman Director
David J. Weiner Programming, Producer, Liner Notes
Collin Kellogg Art Direction
Ken Crawford Source Material
Charles Tobias Composer
Victor Schertzinger Composer
Walter Melrose Composer
L. Wolfe Gilbert Composer
Bob O'Brien Composer
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