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You Came A Long Way From St Louis

You Came A Long Way From St Louis

You Came A Long Way From St Louis

You Came A Long Way From St Louis:our store was listed on the main board of the stock exchange of usa limited on march 4 2005. As any devoted fan of the Big Bands will tell you, drummer/vocalist Ray McKinley, born in Fort Worth, Texas on June 18, 1910, got his start in 1929 with the Smith Bellew band before he and friend Glenn Miller joined the Dorsey Brothers Orchestra in 1934. When the brothers had their acrimonious 1935 split, Ray opted (as did many of the band members) to remain with Jimmy as the two formed their own aggregations.There he remained until 1939 when he and Will Bradley teamed up and, to 1942, boasted some of the best and most enduring hit singles to come out in that era - Beat Me, Daddy, Eight To The Bar and Scrub Me, Mama, With A Boogie Beat, both of which featured Ray's singing and drum work in 1940, as well as Down the Road A-Piece on which Ray and Will shared the vocals. Ray then left to form his own band in 1942, signing with Johnny Mercer's new Capitol Records where, in May 1943, he enjoyed his first hit as a bandleader when Big Boy, with vocal by Imogene Lynn, made it to # 14 on Capitol 131 b/w Hard Hearted Hannah.He soon broke that band up, however, opting to join the Glenn Miller Army Air Force Band, which he then took over in conjunction with Jerry Gray after Miller's disappearance over the English Channel on December 15, 1944. At war's end he formed another band of his own and, to 1949, would add 8 more national hit singles. The problem is, while his hits with the Dorseys, Bradley and Miller are readily available on CD, his own hits are impossible to find in one location.The 2001 Jazz Unlimited 23-track release, "Ray McKinley and his Orchestra: 1946-1949" has just two - Hoodle Addle with vocals by Louis Stein, Mundell Lowe amp; Ward Erwin - # 15 in March 1947 on Majestic 7207, and Red Silk Stockings And Green Perfume - # 10 in May 1947 on Majestic 7216. Neither B-side, Passé and Jiminy Crickets, is included. The version of Down The Road A-Piece was a 1946 re-recording on Majestic 7189.This 25-track 2002 offering from Avid Records/Tradition Alive gives you those two hits plus Jiminy Crickets, along with the April 1948 # 21 Airizay on RCA Victor 20-2736 and its B-side, Cincinnati, and the August 1948 # 13 You Came A Long Way From St. Louis on RCA Victor 20-2913, but not its flipside, For Heaven's Sake. They also include Tambourine, which was the non-charting B-side in May 1948 to the # 23 A Man Could Be A Wonderful Thing (vocal by Marcy Lutes) - but they omit the hit! The sound reproduction is, however, excellent and this comes with informative liner notes written by Peter Vacher.Not to be found anywhere on CD are his Capitol hit and B-side mentioned above, nor Civilization (Bongo, Bongo, Bongo), only his best hit ever, reaching # 8 in December 1947 on Majestic 7274, and its B-side, Those Things That Money Can't Buy, the December 1947 # 22 Your Red Wagon on Majestic 7275 and its flipside, A Man's Best Friend Is A Bed, and Sunflower, a # 19 in March 1949 and his final hit, with vocal by Jean Friley, on RCA Victor 20-3334 as well as its B-side, Little Jack Frost.In addition to Ray on drums, other band members include: alto/tenor/baritone saxophonists Ray Beller, Harry West, Harvet Nevins, Johnny Mince (also clarinet), Sonny Salad, Bobby Lee Jones, Hymie Schweitzer and Bill Ainsworth (all alto), Peanuts Hucko (also clarinet), Sam Butera, Paul Ricci, Ernie Perry, Chuck Grant, Pete Terry and Nick Caiazza (all tenor), and Stan Webb, Larry Molinelli, Walt Milford, Deane Kincaideand Hank Freeman (all baritone); guitarists Mundell Lowe, Hy White and John Gray; trumpeters Bob Funk, Nick Travis, Chris Griffin, Joe Ferrante, Lyle "Rusty" Dedrick , Larry Forand, Bill Hodges, Chuck Genduso, Steve Lipkins, Jack Steele, Don Thomas, Joe Graves and Bernie Privin; trombonists Charlie Castaldo, Irv Dinkin, Dave Pitman, Vern Friley, Jim Harwood and Vernon Brown; pianists Lou Stein, Johnny Potoker, Joe Cribari and Bob Curtis; and drummers Rollo Laylan, Tom Gwin. Buzzy Drootin, Paul Kashishian, Morey Feld and Norris "Bunny" Shawker.seattle mall,67% off of fixed price,max 53% offYou Came A Long Way From St Louis

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You Came A Long Way From St Louis

You Came A Long Way From St Louis:our store was listed on the main board of the stock exchange of usa limited on march 4 2005. As any devoted fan of the Big Bands will tell you, drummer/vocalist Ray McKinley, born in Fort Worth, Texas on June 18, 1910, got his start in 1929 with the Smith Bellew band before he and friend Glenn Miller joined the Dorsey Brothers Orchestra in 1934. When the brothers had their acrimonious 1935 split, Ray opted (as did many of the band members) to remain with Jimmy as the two formed their own aggregations.There he remained until 1939 when he and Will Bradley teamed up and, to 1942, boasted some of the best and most enduring hit singles to come out in that era - Beat Me, Daddy, Eight To The Bar and Scrub Me, Mama, With A Boogie Beat, both of which featured Ray's singing and drum work in 1940, as well as Down the Road A-Piece on which Ray and Will shared the vocals. Ray then left to form his own band in 1942, signing with Johnny Mercer's new Capitol Records where, in May 1943, he enjoyed his first hit as a bandleader when Big Boy, with vocal by Imogene Lynn, made it to # 14 on Capitol 131 b/w Hard Hearted Hannah.He soon broke that band up, however, opting to join the Glenn Miller Army Air Force Band, which he then took over in conjunction with Jerry Gray after Miller's disappearance over the English Channel on December 15, 1944. At war's end he formed another band of his own and, to 1949, would add 8 more national hit singles. The problem is, while his hits with the Dorseys, Bradley and Miller are readily available on CD, his own hits are impossible to find in one location.The 2001 Jazz Unlimited 23-track release, "Ray McKinley and his Orchestra: 1946-1949" has just two - Hoodle Addle with vocals by Louis Stein, Mundell Lowe amp; Ward Erwin - # 15 in March 1947 on Majestic 7207, and Red Silk Stockings And Green Perfume - # 10 in May 1947 on Majestic 7216. Neither B-side, Passé and Jiminy Crickets, is included. The version of Down The Road A-Piece was a 1946 re-recording on Majestic 7189.This 25-track 2002 offering from Avid Records/Tradition Alive gives you those two hits plus Jiminy Crickets, along with the April 1948 # 21 Airizay on RCA Victor 20-2736 and its B-side, Cincinnati, and the August 1948 # 13 You Came A Long Way From St. Louis on RCA Victor 20-2913, but not its flipside, For Heaven's Sake. They also include Tambourine, which was the non-charting B-side in May 1948 to the # 23 A Man Could Be A Wonderful Thing (vocal by Marcy Lutes) - but they omit the hit! The sound reproduction is, however, excellent and this comes with informative liner notes written by Peter Vacher.Not to be found anywhere on CD are his Capitol hit and B-side mentioned above, nor Civilization (Bongo, Bongo, Bongo), only his best hit ever, reaching # 8 in December 1947 on Majestic 7274, and its B-side, Those Things That Money Can't Buy, the December 1947 # 22 Your Red Wagon on Majestic 7275 and its flipside, A Man's Best Friend Is A Bed, and Sunflower, a # 19 in March 1949 and his final hit, with vocal by Jean Friley, on RCA Victor 20-3334 as well as its B-side, Little Jack Frost.In addition to Ray on drums, other band members include: alto/tenor/baritone saxophonists Ray Beller, Harry West, Harvet Nevins, Johnny Mince (also clarinet), Sonny Salad, Bobby Lee Jones, Hymie Schweitzer and Bill Ainsworth (all alto), Peanuts Hucko (also clarinet), Sam Butera, Paul Ricci, Ernie Perry, Chuck Grant, Pete Terry and Nick Caiazza (all tenor), and Stan Webb, Larry Molinelli, Walt Milford, Deane Kincaideand Hank Freeman (all baritone); guitarists Mundell Lowe, Hy White and John Gray; trumpeters Bob Funk, Nick Travis, Chris Griffin, Joe Ferrante, Lyle "Rusty" Dedrick , Larry Forand, Bill Hodges, Chuck Genduso, Steve Lipkins, Jack Steele, Don Thomas, Joe Graves and Bernie Privin; trombonists Charlie Castaldo, Irv Dinkin, Dave Pitman, Vern Friley, Jim Harwood and Vernon Brown; pianists Lou Stein, Johnny Potoker, Joe Cribari and Bob Curtis; and drummers Rollo Laylan, Tom Gwin. Buzzy Drootin, Paul Kashishian, Morey Feld and Norris "Bunny" Shawker.seattle mall,67% off of fixed price,max 53% offYou Came A Long Way From St Louis