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Charlie Barnet, Charlie Barnet And His Orchestra - Charlie Barnet Album FLAC

Charlie Barnet, Charlie Barnet And His Orchestra - Charlie Barnet Album FLAC Performer: Charlie Barnet, Charlie Barnet And His Orchestra
Album: Charlie Barnet
Country: US
Released: 1957
Style: Instrumental, Big Band, Swing
Label: RCA Victor
Genre: Jazz
Catalog #: EPA-5001, EPA 5001
Size FLAC: 2881 mb.
Size MP3: 1688 mb.
Rating: 4.5/5
Votes: 818
Record Source: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, EP, Compilation




Tracklist


1Redskin Rhumba
Bass – Phil StephensDrums – Cliff LeemanGuitar – Bus EtriPiano – Bill Miller Saxophone – Charlie Barnet, Conn Humphreys, James Lamare, Kurt Bloom, Leo WhiteTrombone – Bill Robertson, Don Ruppersberg, Ford Leary, "Spud" MurphyTrumpet – Bernie Privin, Billy May, Lyman Vunk, Sam SkolnickWritten-By – Dale Bennett
2Leapin' At The Lincoln
Bass – Phil StephensDrums – Cliff LeemanGuitar – Bus EtriPiano – Bill Miller Saxophone – Gene Kinsey, James Lamare, Kurt Bloom, Skippy MartinTrombone – Bill Robertson, Don Ruppersberg, "Spud" MurphyTrumpet – Billy May, Robert Burnet, John Owens, Lyman VunkWritten-By, Saxophone – Charlie Barnet
3Cherokee
Bass – Phil StephensDrums – Ray MichaelsGuitar – Bus EtriPiano – Bill Miller Saxophone – Charlie Barnet, Don McCook, Gene Kinsey, James Lamare, Kurt BloomTrombone – Ben Hall , Bill Robertson, Don RuppersbergTrumpet – Billy May, Robert Burnet, John OwensWritten-By – Ray Noble
4Pompton Turnpike
Bass – Phil StephensDrums – Cliff LeemanGuitar – Bus EtriPiano – Bill Miller Saxophone – Charlie Barnet, Gene Kinsey, James Lamare, Kurt Bloom, Leo WhiteTrombone – Bill Robertson, Don Ruppersberg, Spud MurphyTrumpet – Bernie Privin, Billy May, Lyman Vunk, Sam SkolnickWritten-By – Dick Rogers, Will Osborne


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
EPA-5001, EPA 5001Charlie Barnet Charlie Barnet ‎(7", EP, Comp)RCA Victor, RCA VictorEPA-5001, EPA 5001US1957
RPX 1337Charlie Barnet Charlie Barnet ‎(7", EP, Comp)RCA VictorRPX 1337New Zealand1957
EPA-5001, EPA 5001Charlie Barnet Charlie Barnet ‎(7", EP, Comp)RCA Victor, RCA VictorEPA-5001, EPA 5001Germany1957


Notes


Label variation: cat. # and Side 1/2 are on opposite sides - title and composer on same line.

(C) by Radio Corporation of America, 1957.
Recording dates:
A1 New York October 14, 1940.
A2 New York March 21, 1940.
B1 New York July 19, 1940.
B2 New York July 17, 1939.
EP belongs to the RCA, RCA Victor "Gold Standard Series".
Catalog number shown on Album Cover is EPA-5001
Catalog number shown on Record Label is EPA 5001


Barcodes


  • Matrix / Runout (On Runout side A): H2 PH3558--2S A1 R
  • Matrix / Runout (On Label side A): (H2PH-3558)
  • Matrix / Runout (On Runout side B): H2 PH3559--2S A1 R
  • Matrix / Runout (On Label side B): (H2PH-3559)


Companies


  • Copyright (c) – Radio Corporation Of America
  • Copyright (c) – RCA
  • Pressed By – RCA Records Pressing Plant, Rockaway


Album


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