Lawrence Welk - Remembering the Sweet & Swing Band Era Volume II download album
Rememb'ring the Sweet & Swing Band Era Volume I (12", Comp).
Lawrence salutes the wonderful music of the Big Bands! Things get under way with "And the Angels Sing," Ken Delo sings "Got a Date With an Angel," and . Amapola" - Anacani, also dancing with Lawrence Welk. It Don't Mean a Thing If It Ain't Got That Swing" - Danced by Arthur Duncan, sung by Sherry, Sheila, David, Roger, Gail, Michael, Ron, Mary Lou.
B1. Sunrise Serenade. Performer – Frankie Carle. Rememb'ring The Sweet & Swing Band Era - Volume II (LP, Comp).
Lawrence Welk (March 11, 1903 – May 17, 1992) was an American musician, accordionist, bandleader, and television impresario, who hosted the television program The Lawrence Welk Show from 1951 to 1982. His style came to be known to his large audience of radio, television, and live-performance fans (and critics) as "champagne music". Welk was born in the German-speaking community of Strasburg, North Dakota.
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Style:Waltz & Swing. Very Good (VG ) ~ It has seen a bit of life, but is still usable. You can still listen to the CD and enjoy looking at it; but it is visually and audibly "USED ". Genre:Big Band. Here we have 46 episodes of The Lawrence Welk Show on 36 discs, including episodes of the Lawrence Welk Dodge/Plymouth Show and the other weekly Welk Show, Top Tunes And New Talent. Lawrence Welk - 50 Years In Music, LP Record Album.
The Lawrence Welk Show - Big Band Days - 10-13-1973. The Best Big Bands of the Swing Era. The Lawrence Welk Show - Salute to Our Senior Citizens - 03 21 1981. The Lawrence Welk Show - Grammy Award Songs - 01-12-1974. The Lawrence Welk Show - From Polkas to Classics - 11-25-1967. Various Artists - American Graffiti - 75 Original Recordings (Not Now Music).
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|The Swing Bands|
|A1||One O'Clock Jump
Performer – Count Basie
Performer – Jimmy Dorsey
Performer – Woody Herman
|A4||Begin the Beguine
Performer – Artie Shaw
|A5||South Rampart Street Parade
Performer – Bob Crosby
|The Sweet Bands|
Performer – Frankie Carle
|B2||Oh Johnny, Oh Johnny, Oh
Performer – Orrin Tucker
Performer – Ted Weems
|B4||Got a Date With An Angel
Performer – Hal Kemp
|B5||Who Wouldn't Love You
Performer – Kay Kyser
NotesProduced by George Cates and Bob Ballard
Arrangers: Bob Ballard, George Cates, Jack Pleis, Curt Ramsey, Joe Rizzo
Soloists: Clarinet, Henry Cuesta: Alto Sax, Skeets Herfurt: Tenor Sax, Russ Klein: Trombone, Bob Havens: Trumpets, Charlie Parlato, Johnny Zell: Piano, Bob Smale
Engineering: Thorne Nogar, Annex Studios, L.A.
Design: Desmond Strobel
Illustration: Douglas Bevans
Notes by Leo Walker, author of "The Wonderful Era of The Great Dance Bands" and "The Big Band Almanac."
Photos from the collection of Leo Walker.
|RAN 8192||Lawrence Welk||Rememb'ring The Sweet & Swing Band Era - Volume II (LP, Comp)||Ranwood||RAN 8192||US||1980|
|R-8192||Lawrence Welk||Remembering the Sweet & Swing Band Era Volume II (LP, Comp)||Ranwood||R-8192||Canada||1980|