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Ronnie Munro & His Orchestra / Nick LaRocca And The Original Dixieland Band - Vieni . . .Vieni . . . / Fidgety Feet flac album

Ronnie Munro & His Orchestra / Nick LaRocca And The Original Dixieland Band - Vieni . . .Vieni . . . / Fidgety Feet flac album
Title:
Vieni . . .Vieni . . . / Fidgety Feet
Performer:
Ronnie Munro & His Orchestra
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FLAC album size:
1364 mb
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4.7 ✪

Nick La Rocca And His Original Dixieland Band – Who Loves You. 2:33. Nick La Rocca & His Original Dixieland Band – Who Loves You. 2:45. Nick La Rocca And His Original Dixieland Band – Satanic Blues. Original Dixieland Jazz Band & Nick LaRocca – Dixie Jass Band One Step. Nick La Rocca & His Original Dixieland Band – Bluin' the Blues. Nick La Rocca & His Original Dixieland Band – Satanic Blues. Original Dixieland Jazz Band – Dixie Jass Band One Step. Original Dixieland Jazz Band – Fidgety Feet (War Cloud) (LaRocca - Shields). Original Dixieland Jazz Band – At The Jazz Band Ball (LaRocca - Shields. :32. Nick La Rocca & The Original Dixieland Jazz Band, Chris Fletcher, vocal – Who Loves You (1936).

They called him 'Nick' LaRocca. His orchestra had only five pieces but they were the hottest five pieces that had ever been known before. LaRocca named this band 'The Old Dixieland Jass Band'. He had an instrumentation different from anything before, an instrumentation that made the old songs sound new. Besides himself at the cornet, LaRocca had Larry Shields, clarinet, Eddie Edwards, trombone, Ragas, piano, and Sbarbaro, drums. Nick LaRocca and the reunited Original Dixieland Jass Band performed "Tiger Rag" in The March of Time newsreel segment titled "Birth of Swing," released to . Music of ODJB. Fidgety Feet" – by Nick LaRocca, recorded in 1927, released on Vocalion. Sensation" – recorded in 1927, released on Vocalion. Tiger Rag" – recorded in 1931, released on Crown.

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Nick LaRocca And The Original Dixieland Band. Item Number JRM15584-78. Condition Used - Good. This item is sold "as-is" and is non-returnable. For details see disclaimer description below. Ronnie Munro And His Orchestra. Nick LaRocca And The Original Dixieland Band.

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Original Dixieland Jazz Band. Нравится слушателям: Marion Harris, Paul Whiteman, Al Jolson. 110 Year Anniversary of A Jazz Legend; Nick LaRocca. Woody Allen - Music from His Movies, Vol. 8. Count Basie & His Orchestra. Hits of '21. Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra.

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Album · 1992 · 37 Songs. Original Dixieland Jazz Band & Nick LaRocca. 3. At the Jazz Band Ball. Nick La Rocca and His Original Dixieland Band. 19. Fidgety Feet (War Cloud). 37 Songs, 1 Hour 46 Minutes. Released: 1 Jan 1992. More By Original Dixieland Jazz Band.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Vieni . . .Vieni . . .
Written By – Miller*Written-By – Koger*, Varna*
B Fidgety Feet
Written-By – D. J. LaRocca*

Credits

  • Vocals – Al Bowlly (tracks: A)

Notes

According to http://www.78discography.com/vic25500.html, side A is actually Ray Noble And His Orchestra, however vocalist Al Bowlly sang with both Munro's and Noble's orchestras

Recording dates: July 17, 1937 (side A), and September 25, 1936 (side B)