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Gene Krupa And The Band That Swings With Strings - Leave Us Leap album mp3

Gene Krupa And The Band That Swings With Strings - Leave Us Leap album mp3

Performer: Gene Krupa And The Band That Swings With Strings
Title: Leave Us Leap
Released: 1993
Style: Big Band, Swing
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 979
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Fish Market GENE KRUPA AND THE BAND THAT SWINGS WITH STRINGS: Gene Krupa (d, di. ; Don Fagerquist, Bill Conrad, Joe Triscari, Tony Russo (t); Leon Cox, Tommy Pederson, Bill Culley (tb); Murray Williams (cl, as); Francis Antonelli (as); Charlie Ventura, Andy Pino (ts); Stuart Olson (bs); Teddy Napoleon (p); Rat Biondi (g); Ed Yance (g); Clyde Newcomb (b); & strings; The G-Noters or various members of The G-Noters (v) - Chicago, November 11, 1944 13. I Walked In 1. 02:03 FILE "14 I'll Remember Suzanne. wav" WAVE INDEX 01 00:00:00 TRACK 15 AUDIO TITLE "Leave Us Leap" PERFORMER "Gene Krupa And His Orchestra" INDEX 00 03:15:11 FILE "15 Leave Us Leap. wav" WAVE INDEX 01 00:00:00 TRACK 16 AUDIO TITLE "I Should Care" PERFORMER "Gene Krupa And His Orchestra" INDEX 00 03:00:53.

album: Gene Krupa - Volume 6. Moontide.

Deutsch English Español Français Italiano 日本語. All Versions. Gene Krupa And His Orchestra ‎– Leave Us Leap, That Drummer's Band. Label: Columbia ‎– DW 5251.

Krupa and Rich is a 1956 studio album by jazz drummers Gene Krupa and Buddy Rich on Norman Granz' Clef Records label. Krupa and Rich play on two different tracks each and play together only on "Bernie's Tune". Krupa and Rich would record again for Verve Records, their album Burnin' Beat was released in 1962. A 1994 CD re-issue from Verve included two additional Buddy Rich bonus tracks. LP side A. "Buddy's Blues" (Buddy Rich) – 10:27. Bernie's Tune" (Bernie Miller, Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller) – 13:54.

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New listingGENE KRUPA - That Drummer's Band, Leave Us Leap - EX!! Con 10" 78rpm, Columbia. Series: Swing Music Series – No. 7, Swing Music Series – No. 8. Good (G) – Vinyl surface displays many scuffs that may be Noise causing, scratches and scuffs that may ruin the quality of the disc, it may jump, skip and have distortion. Gene Krupa And His Orchestra. Sounds of Swing : LP-119. TO BE OR NOT TO BE-BOP : Vinyl Album : Mono Recording. A2 I Couldn't Stay Away From You 3:19. 1 Single Album GBP . 0.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Assembly Call Into Stardust (Theme Song)
Arranged By, Composed By – Ed Finckel*
0:54
2 Blue Moon
Arranged By – Ed Finckel*Written-By – Richard Rodgers & Lorenz Hart*
2:39
3 Cry And You Cry Alone
Arranged By – Ed Finckel*Vocals – The G-Noters
2:33
4 I Should Care
Arranged By – George SiravoVocals – Lillian Lane, The G-Noters
2:10
5 Leave Us Leap
Arranged By – Ed Finckel*
3:25
6 Coca-Cola Theme 0:32
7 G-Noters Theme Into Starburst (Theme Song) 0:54
8 Leave Us Leap (#2)
Arranged By – Ed Finckel*
2:20
9 Don't Take Your Love From Me
Vocals – The G-NotersWritten-By – Henry Nemo
2:14
10 Some Day Soon
Vocals – Lillian LaneWritten-By – Jimmy Leach
3:57
11 Invention
Written-By – Ed Finckel (?)*
3:25
12 Maybe Baby
Written-By – Unknown Artist
2:20
13 Moon Tide
Featuring – Tommy Pederson
4:21
14 The Big Do
Arranged By – Ray Biondi*Written-By – Gene Krupa, Ray Biondi*
4:21
15 Linger Awhile Directly Into Starburst (Ending theme)
Arranged By – Ray Biondi*Written-By – Harry Owens, Vincent Rose
3:20
16 Coca-Cola Theme Into Starburst (Theme Song) 1:09
17 Leave Us Leap (#3)
Arranged By – Ed Finckel*
2:58
18 Summertime
Vocals – Buddy StewartWritten-By – DuBose Heyward, George Gershwin
3:58
19 These Foolish Things
Arranged By – George Williams Featuring – Charlie VenturaWritten-By – Harry Link, Holt Marvell, Jack Strachey
4:27
20 It's Only A Paper Moon
Vocals – The Songhearts (?)*Written-By – Billy Rose, E.Y. Harburg, Harold Arlen
2:02
21 Dark Eyes
Written-By – Traditional
3:38
22 Laura
Vocals – Buddy StewartWritten-By – David Raksin, Johnny Mercer
23 Lover
Arranged By – Ed Finckel*Written-By – Richard Rodgers & Lorenz Hart*
2:49
24 Drum Boogie Directly Into Starburst (Theme Song) And Then Into Coca-Cola Theme
Arranged By – Elton HillVocals – Band And Audience*Written-By – Gene Krupa
5:08
25 Disc Jockey Jump
Arranged By – Gerry MulliganWritten-By – Gene Krupa, Gerry Mulligan
3:25

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Vintage Jazz Classics, Ltd.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Vintage Jazz Classics, Ltd.

Credits

  • Alto Saxophone – Charlie Kennedy (tracks: 25), Francis Antonelli (tracks: 1 to 15), Johnny Bothwell (tracks: 16 to 21), Lennie Hambro* (tracks: 25), Murray Williams (tracks: 1 to 21)
  • Art Direction – Collin Kellogg
  • Baritone Saxophone – Bob Morton (tracks: 25), Stuart Olson* (tracks: 1 to 21)
  • Bass – Clyde Newcombe* (tracks: 1 to 21), Pete Ruggerio
  • Cello – Julius Ehrenworth (tracks: 1 to 15)
  • Drums [Deputy Drummer] – Louis Zito (tracks: 1 to 21)
  • Engineer, Transferred By – Doug Pomeroy
  • Guitar – Edward Yance* (tracks: 1 to 21)
  • Leader, Drums – Gene Krupa
  • Liner Notes – Arnold Shaw, David J. Weiner*
  • Photography By – Bob Bierman, Dana Vandernick
  • Piano – George Walters (tracks: 16 to 24), Teddy Napoleon (tracks: 1 to 15, 25)
  • Producer – David Weiner, Gene King
  • Research [Additional Material] – Alan Cooperman, Darryll Stolper*
  • Research [Source Material] – Bob Bierman, That Drummer's Fan
  • Tenor Saxophone – Andy Pine (tracks: 1 to 15), Buddy Wise (tracks: 25), Charlie Ventura (tracks: 1 to 24), Mitch Melnick (tracks: 25), Steve Benoric (tracks: 16 to 21)
  • Trombone – Bill Culley (tracks: 1 to 21), Emil Mazanec (tracks: 25), Francis Fitzpatrick (tracks: 25), Jack Zimmerman (tracks: 25), Leon Cox (tracks: 1 to 21), Tommy Pederson (tracks: 1 to 21), Urbie Green (tracks: 25)
  • Trumpet – Bill Conrad (tracks: 1 to 15), Buddy Colaneri (tracks: 25), Don Fagerquist (tracks: 1 to 21, 25), Ed Shedosky* (tracks: 25), Gordon Boswell (tracks: 25), Joe Triscari (tracks: 1 to 21), Tony Russo (tracks: 1 to 21), Vince Hughes (tracks: 16 to 21)
  • Typography [Type] – Barbara Colorio
  • Viola – George Grossman (tracks: 1 to 15), Paul Powell (tracks: 1 to 15)
  • Violin – Jacob Shulman (tracks: 1 to 15), Jerome Reisler (tracks: 1 to 15), Ray Biondi (tracks: 1 to 15), Ted Blume (tracks: 1 to 15), Vic Pariante* (tracks: 1 to 15)
  • Vocals – Buddy Stewart (tracks: 1 to 15), Dave Lambert (tracks: 1 to 15), Jerry Duane, Lillian Lane (tracks: 1 to 15)

Notes

Recording Dates:
Tracks 1 to 6: AFRS Victory Parade of Spotlite Bands #636, Bushnell General Hospital, Brigham City, Utah, 30 March 1945.
Tracks 7 to 15: One Night Stand "file" #81, Hollywood Palladium, Los Angeles, 11 January 1945,
Tracks 16 to 24: Coca Cola Spotlite Bands Emergency "Stand By" Program: Circa June-July 1945.
Bonus Track 25: MBS Broadcast, The "Click" Restaurant, Philadelphia, early 1948

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  • Barcode: 0 3250-11047-2 7
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