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The Big 18 was an all star big band that pays tribute to the swinging big bands of the thirties. The original idea came from Fred Reynolds, musical director of RCA Victor at the end of the fifties. Swingtime in the Rockies 4:04. 0,65 € Album only In your cart. 02. Easy Does It 5:16.
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With the decline of the big band business following the end of World War II, it disbanded in 1947. However, from 1957 to 1963, it re-emerged as a recording session band in Hollywood, made up of top-flight studio musicians under the direction of its most notable leader of the past, Glen Gray. With the decline of the big band business following the end of World War II, it disbanded in 1947.
Casa Loma was a pretty swinging band in the mid-thirties, but seemed to have mellowed out over the years. As a result these recordings sound a little dry and perhaps over-rehearsed. The band clearly lacked a propulsive rhythm section, when compared with the Harry James Orchestra in the fifites and the Basie band at any time. Nonetheless, it is great to hear the original charts (with very few and very minor changes) recorded with relatively modern equipment, and notwithstanding the engineer's apparent desire to favor the brass over reeds and bass. This is one of the finest of the great bands of the greatest generation playing some of the greatest easy jazz and swing.
|A1||–Woody Herman||Moodchoppers Ball|
|A2||–Artie Shaw||Begin The Beguine|
|A3||–Benny Goodman||Let's Dance|
|A4||–Duke Ellington||Magenta Haze|
|B1||–Louis Armstrong||When The Saints Go Marching In|
|B2||–Jimmy Dorsey||So Rare|
|B3||–Count Basie||One O'clock Jump|
|B4||–Tommy Dorsey||Opus No. 1|
|B5||–Chirk Mebb, Ella Fitzgerald||Oh Johnny|
|FS 359||Various||Big Bands Of The Swinging Years (LP, Comp)||Everest Records Archive Of Folk & Jazz Music||FS 359||US||1980|