Georgie Auld, 1940-1945.

Performer
Auld, Georgie, 1919-1990 [Browse]
Format
Audio
Language
English
Published/​Created
[France] : Classics Records, 2003.
Description
1 audio disc (69 min., 49 sec.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.

Details

Subject(s)
Performer
Library of Congress genre(s)
Getty AAT genre
Series
Notes
  • Compact disc; all selections previously released.
  • Notes and discography by Anatol Schenker ([7] p. : ill.) with title "The chronogical [sic] Georgie Auld 1940-1945 with Coleman Hawkins, Dizzy Gillespie, Ben Webster, Charlie Shavers, Howard McGhee, Trummy Young, Erroll Garner, Tony Pastor ..." inserted in container.
Time and place of event
Recorded in New York, January 1940, February 1940, May 17, 1944, May 22, 1944, February 7, 1945, March 23 or 28, 1945.
Participant(s)/​Performer(s)
Georgie Auld, saxophone ; with various supporting artists ; Georgie Auld and his Orchestra (1-8,13-24) ; Auld-Hawkins-Webster Saxtet (9-12).
Contents
  • Angel (2:48)
  • I want my Mama (2:48)
  • This is romance (2:56)
  • Juke box jump (2:50)
  • Shake down the stars (3:01)
  • Imagination (2:26)
  • With the wind and the rain in your hair (2:29)
  • Sweet Sue, just you (3:00)
  • Pick-up boys (2:59)
  • Porgy (3:00)
  • Uptown lullaby (3:17)
  • Salt peanuts (2:53)
  • Sweet and lovely (3:08)
  • Concerto for tenor (3:13)
  • Taps Miller (3:08)
  • I can't get started, Part 1 (2:03)
  • I can't get started, Part 2 (2:22)
  • Georgie Porgie (2:51)
  • Sweetheart of all my dreams (3:01)
  • I fall in love too easily (2:53)
  • In the middle (3:10)
  • Lover man (3:19)
  • Co-pilot (2:47)
  • I'll never be the same (2:54). - Mosquito knees (5:21)
  • Pennies from heaven (5:07)
  • Move (6:02).
Source acquisition
Bob Rickles Jazz Collection donated by Doris Rickles.
Other title(s)
Chronological Georgie Auld 1940-1945.
Publisher no.
1322
OCLC
54887773
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