Time Waits for No One

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All Music Guide - Lindsay Planer
This 19-track compendium is derived from radio broadcasts recorded between 1939 and 1948 featuring the influential Ink Spots in their undeniable prime. The quartet of "Ivory" Deek Watson second tenor/guitar, Charlie Fuqua baritone/guitar/ukulele, Orville "Hoppy" Jones upright bass cello/string bass, and Bill Kenny tenor open the set visiting WFIL-AM in Philadelphia on July 12, 1939 for "Stairway to the Stars" and "It's Funny to Everyone but Me" in their trademark loping four-bar introductory style. There are several notable exceptions within these early transcriptions capturing them in the decidedly less predictable pre-doo wop of "No Wonder," a driving boogie-woogie ...
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All Music Guide - Lindsay Planer
This 19-track compendium is derived from radio broadcasts recorded between 1939 and 1948 featuring the influential Ink Spots in their undeniable prime. The quartet of "Ivory" Deek Watson second tenor/guitar, Charlie Fuqua baritone/guitar/ukulele, Orville "Hoppy" Jones upright bass cello/string bass, and Bill Kenny tenor open the set visiting WFIL-AM in Philadelphia on July 12, 1939 for "Stairway to the Stars" and "It's Funny to Everyone but Me" in their trademark loping four-bar introductory style. There are several notable exceptions within these early transcriptions capturing them in the decidedly less predictable pre-doo wop of "No Wonder," a driving boogie-woogie backbeat on "Pork Chops and Gravy," and the hot-steppin' "Tiger Rag." The next batch hails from a handful of appearances on the Armed Forces Radio Service program Spotlight Bands. These selections are the same as those that initially surfaced on the excellent Rare Air: 1937-1944 2001 anthology. Standouts include an up-tempo and sophisticated "Shoo-Shoo-'Baby," "Don't Sweetheart Me," as well as the practically giddy "Put Your Arms Around Me, Honey." They slow down the pace for a refined reading of "Time Waits for No One," aptly demonstrating the combo's intimate balladry. A guest shot on the Kate Smith Show circa October of 1944 is the origin for "Someday I'll Meet You Again" and "Your Feet's Too Big," while the piece de resistance is the infamous singing advertisement for Lucky Strikes cigarettes from the Jack Benny Show episode Jack Wants to Borrow Bing's Oscar, which first aired on April 4, 1948.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/15/2005
  • Label: Collector's Choice
  • UPC: 617742048124
  • Catalog Number: 481

Album Credits

Performance Credits
The Ink Spots Primary Artist
Technical Credits
Eddie Edwards Composer
Nick LaRocca Composer
Jimmy McHugh Composer
Louis Armstrong Composer
Duke Ellington Composer
Cliff Friend Composer
Jack Lawrence Composer
Mitchell Parish Composer
Bob Russell Composer
Tony Sbarbaro Composer
Larry Shields Composer
Deek Watson Composer
Matty Malneck Composer
Charles Tobias Composer
Harold Adamson Composer
Fred Fisher Composer
Ben Oakland Composer
Junie McCree Composer
Ada Benson Composer
Milton Drake Composer
Albert Von Tilzer Composer
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