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Benny Goodman, Count Basie and His Orchestra, Duke Ellington

Let's Dance! - Themes of the Big Bands - 1934-1947

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Various Artists - Let's Dance: Themes of the Big Bands 1934-1947 01. Benny Goodman & His Orchestra - Let's Dance (2:35) 02. Woody Herman - Blue Flame (3:14) 03. Harry James & His Orchestra - Ciribiribin (They're So in Love) (2:34) 04. Xavier Cugat - My Shawl (2:59) 05. Count Basie Orchestra - One O'Clock Jump (3:02) 06. Bunny Berigan - I Can't Get Started (4:50) 07. Bob Chester - Sunburst (3:15) 08. Clyde McCoy - Sugar Blues (2:49) 09. Glen Gray & the Casa Loma Orchestra - Smoke Rings (2:53) 10. Duke Ellington's Famous Orchestra - Take the -A- Train (3:00) 11. Eddy Duchin - My Twilight Dream (Chopin Nocturne in E Flat) (3:31) 12. Skinnay Ennis - Got a Date With an Angel (2:36) 13. Vocal Trio - Does Your Heart Beat for Me (3:00) 14. Lionel Hampton & His Orchestra - Flying Home (2:59) 15. Jimmy Dorsey & His Orchestra - Contrasts (3:00) 16. Shep Fields & His Orchestra - Rippling Rhythm (1:41) 17. Benny Goodman & His Orchestra - Goodbye (3:29) 18. Jimmie Lunceford & His Orchestra - Jazznocracy (2:46)
  • Benny Goodman - clarinet
  • Count Basie and His Orchestra - orchestra
  • Duke Ellington - piano
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Nr kat.: 8.120536
Label  : NAXOS

"For a budget-line production, Let's Dance isn't half bad. Gathering together some of the best-known bands and bandleaders (Xavier Cugat, Count Basie, Duke Ellington, Lionel Hampton) is sure to deliver at least a few gems, even if the recordings aren't from the artists' top shelf. That's what occurs here. Though versions of Basie's "One O'Clock Jump" and Ellington's "Take the 'A' Train" don't necessarily pop and fizz like some that listeners have heard, the groove is still there. Elsewhere, Clyde McCoy's "Sugar Blues" and Jimmie Lunceford's "Jazznocracy" swing with underground abandon, approximating the sound of the party depicted on the release's front cover. Though noise reduction technology has been employed here, many tracks still suffer from age. But Naxos has included full notes and recording details for each track. Overall, a thoroughly entertaining big-band comp for the casual fan. "