Prelude To A Stomp - Original. Gene Krupa and His Orchestra. One More Dream - Original. Earl Hines and His Orchestra. Harry James and His Orchestra. Chick Webb and His Orchestra. Claude Thornhill & His Orchestra. Jimmy Dorsey & His Orchestra. Woody Herman & His Orchestra.
Prelude To A Stomp - Original.
Irene Daye with Gene Krupa and his Orchestra – Drum Boogie. Anita O Day/Gene Krupa/Gene Krupa Orchestra – Drum Boogie. Gene Krupa & His Orchestra (vocal by Anita O Day) – Stop The Red Lights On. 3:00. Gene Krupa and His Orchestra – Drummin' Man. 3:03. Gene Krupa and His Orchestra – Let Me Off Uptown. Gene Krupa & His Orchestra feat. Anita O'Day – Thanks for the Boogie Ride. Gene Krupa And His Orchestra With feat. Anita O'Day – Let Me Off Uptown.
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Eugene Bertram Krupa (January 15, 1909 – October 16, 1973) was an American jazz drummer, band leader, actor, and composer known for his energetic style and showmanship. His drum solo on "Sing, Sing, Sing" (1937) elevated the role of the drummer from an accompanying line to an important solo voice in the band
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Drums – Gene Krupa (tracks: A1 to D5), Joe Dale (tracks: A1, B1 to B4, C2, D4). Engineer – Russ Payne. C1 New York, March 12, 19, April 11, 1941 C2 New York, August 21, 1945 C3 Chicago, August 18, 20, 1941 C4 New York, May 8, 1941 C5 February 26, 1942. D1 New York, July 13, 1942 D2 New York, July 13, 1942 D3 New York, November 25, 1941 D4 New York, August 21, 1945 D5 New York, November 25, 1941. Other (Disc 1 Catalog Number): C 32664. Other (Disc 2 Catalog Number): C 32665.
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|A||Tell Me With Your Kisses
Written By – Friend-Franklin
|B||Love Doesn't Grow On Trees
Written By – Freed-Lane
- Vocals – Irene Daye
NotesB from "A Song Is Born"
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): C 2356-4
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): C 2359-4