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Clyde McCoy, His Trumpet And His Orchestra - Really McCoy download album

  • Performer: Clyde McCoy, His Trumpet And His Orchestra
  • Album: Really McCoy
  • FLAC: 1953 mb | MP3: 1309 mb
  • Released: 1962
  • Country: US
  • Style: Swing, Dixieland
  • Rating: 4.3/5
  • Votes: 848
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Clyde McCoy, His Trumpet And His Orchestra - Really McCoy download album

Swing in USA Clyde Mc Coy & His Orch. It Looks Like Love, 1931.

The Uncollected Clyde McCoy & His Orchestra (1936).

Clyde McCoy & His Orchestra). Download Clyde McCoy & His Orchestra, Sammy Kaye and His Orchestra - When My Baby Smiles At Me (feat. Clyde McCoy & His Orchestra).

Unchained Melody - His Trumpet and Orchestra & Tony Fisher. Strictly Instrumental - Kenny Baker & His Trumpet and Orchestra. Zambesi - Kenny Baker & His Trumpet and Orchestra. We Have All The Time In The World - Kenny King, his Trumpet and Orchestra. A Man Without Love - Kenny King, his Trumpet and Orchestra. Poema - Kenny King,His Trumpet And His Orchestra. Spanish Flea - Ray Davis, his Trumpet and Orchestra. Wonderland by Night - Ray Davis, his Trumpet and Orchestra. Sugar Blues Boogie - Clyde McCoy His Trumpet and Orchestra. Hell's Bells - Clyde McCoy His Trumpet and Orchestra. Troublesome Trumpet - Harry Roy And His Mayfair Hotel Orchestra.

Album: Sugar Blues 1951. Jazz Me Blues - Clyde McCoy and His Orchestra Sugar Blues 1951, 1985. Farewell Blues - Clyde McCoy and His Orchestra Greatest Hits, 2019. See all Clyde McCoy and His Orchestra. We don‘t have an album for this track yet. View all albums by this artist. Freddy Martin and His Orchestra. Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra.

Harry James And His Orchestra 1948-49 is a double album by American trumpeter Harry James with The Harry James Orchestra. The album consists of live radio transcripts recorded during 1948 and 1949 and was released in 1969 by Big Band Landmarks (Volumes X-XI). As bop surpassed swing by the late 1940s, James was surprisingly open to its influence.

I think Clyde McCoy is more inventive than his peers of the same time frame. One example, who else would write/play music that represents a nightmare with weeping and sobbing? Everything generally hops a bit more than with his contemporaries. He's not necessarily a better musician than his peers, just more creative. Sugar Blues and Black and Tan are fabulously interpretive. Tear it Down makes me want to stomp around with the beat. There are over 20 songs the McCoy orchestra played from the late '20's into the WWII years - all remastered and very good. If you are into music from the Twenties and Thirties - get a copy if you can. You'll be in nostalgia heaven.

Tracklist

St. Louis Blues 2:22
That Da-Da Strain 2:20
Tin Roof Blues 2:54
Fidgety Feet 2:17
South 3:00
Original Dixieland One-Step 2:54
Wolverine Blues 2:51
Ole Miss Blues 2:54
Clarinet Marmalade 2:59
Day Train 2:55
Royal Garden Blues 2:57
High Society 2:08

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SR 60677, SR-60677 Clyde McCoy, His Trumpet And His Orchestra* Really McCoy ‎(LP, Promo) Mercury, Mercury SR 60677, SR-60677 US 1962
MG 60677, MG-60677 Clyde McCoy, His Trumpet And His Orchestra* Really McCoy ‎(LP, Mono) Mercury, Mercury MG 60677, MG-60677 US 1962