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Various Artists - Sirens of Swing: Great Songs of the 30's & 40's, Vol. 3 album mp3

Various Artists - Sirens of Swing: Great Songs of the 30's & 40's, Vol. 3 album mp3
Standards,Swing,Traditional Pop
  • Performer:
    Various Artists
  • Title:
    Sirens of Swing: Great Songs of the 30's & 40's, Vol. 3
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  • Style:
    Standards,Swing,Traditional Pop
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  • Recording date:
    December 6, 1936 - October 9, 1947
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    1977 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1538 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1336 megabytes
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There are a few surprising match-ups of singer to song; all in all, however, these 40 selections provide a comprehensive view of the female singers of the World War II era. Just be sure the bulk of the box doesn't fool you and that you don't pay too high a price.

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2. –Don Redman & His Orchestra.

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VINTAGE JAZZ CAFE 1920s, 30s, 40s Swing & Jazz Mix. 1. Louis Armstrong & His Stompers – Chicago Breakdown 00:00 2. Billie Holiday acc. by Eddie Heywood (piano), John Simmons (bass), Sidney Catlett (drums)– On The Sunny Side of the Street 03:19 3. Fats Waller (solo) – How Can You Face Me 06:20 4. Lionel Hampton feat

4-30 CD BB´S 8?. £1. 2. Those Sensational Swinging Sirens Of The Silver Screen : Compilation : VJC-1002-24. The Best Jazz - CD Album - 1989 - 15 Great Tracks - Various Artists. 18 Gems Of The Giants Of Jazz - CD Album - 1992 - Various Artists. Jazz In Bossa : Story 2 - Pop songs turned into Jazz - 2010 single CD 20 tracks.

1. Ten Ways - The Nightshift. Talk About The Living Dead - The Spookshow. 3. Living Hell - Ripsnorter. 4. Baby Doll - The Independents. 5. Peter Vincent - Moribund Thirteen. 6. Thirteen - The Quintessentials. 16. Ledgend Of The 13 Graves - Impaler.

This swing songs list includes some of the most iconic songs in American popular music history, performed by equally iconic artists ranging from the Glenn Miller Band to Duke Ellington to The Andrews Sisters. The soulful, jazzy music of swing came to prominence in the mid-1930s, ushering in a style of music known for its carefree, upbeat tunes. At the height of its popularity, swing music – which remained popular through the early 1940s – was everywhere, encouraging Americans to jump, jive, boogie, Lindy Hop, and jitterbug

Criteria: These songs were chosen and ranked according to their initial and lasting popularity and also on their impact and influence on the course of musical history. At that time most songs were recorded by many different artists, so we have listed more than one version of each song on the majority of the entries. The most significant version of the song is the one by the first artist that is listed. Last Updated: 2010-08-27.


The Andrews Sisters - Performer, Primary Artist
Harold Arlen - Composer
Pearl Bailey - Performer, Primary Artist
Bennie Benjamin - Composer
Sammy Cahn - Composer
Sam Coslow - Composer
Jimmy Davis - Composer
Peter DeRose - Composer
Alice Faye - Performer, Primary Artist
Benny Goodman & His Orchestra - Musician
Mack Gordon - Composer
Betty Grable - Performer, Primary Artist
Billie Holiday - Performer, Primary Artist
Arthur Johnston - Composer
Ted Koehler - Composer
Scott Larsen - Graphic Design
Peggy Lee - Primary Artist
David Lennick - Transfers
Monica Lewis - Performer, Primary Artist
James V. Monaco - Composer
Graham Newton - Digital Noise Reduction
Mitchell Parish - Composer
Roger "Ram" Ramirez - Composer
Robert Rawls - Liner Notes
Harry Revel - Composer
Jimmy Sherman - Composer
Kay Starr - Performer, Primary Artist
Jule Styne - Composer
Martha Tilton - Performer, Primary Artist
Bea Wain - Performer, Primary Artist
George David Weiss - Composer
Paul Weston & His Orchestra - Musician
Cootie Williams & His Orchestra - Musician
Spencer Williams - Composer

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Tess' Torch Song (I Had a Man) Harold Arlen / Ted Koehler Pearl Bailey 2:32
2 I'll Walk Alone Sammy Cahn / Jule Styne Martha Tilton 3:16
3 Goodnight My Love Mack Gordon / Harry Revel Alice Faye 2:45
4 It's the Bluest Kind of Blues Spencer Williams Monica Lewis 3:09
5 Stormy Weather Harold Arlen / Ted Koehler Kay Starr 2:54
6 I Can't Begin to Tell You Mack Gordon / James V. Monaco Betty Grable 2:57
7 Lover Man Jimmy Davis / Roger "Ram" Ramirez / Jimmy Sherman Billie Holiday 3:17
8 Rumors Are Flying Bennie Benjamin / George David Weiss The Andrews Sisters 2:55
9 Deep Purple Peter DeRose / Mitchell Parish Bea Wain 3:39
10 My Old Flame Sam Coslow / Arthur Johnston Peggy Lee 3:05