The Swing Era: The Music Of 1940-1941 (3xLP). The Swing Era by jazzcornerneuwied.
The Swing Era was a 15 volume (3 LP) series of stereo re-creations of the greatest hit records from the 1930's and 1940's. Released by Time-Life Records in 1970 This was one of Time- Life's most popular sets, having been reissued at least three times since its introduction in the early 1970s. The Swing Era was a 15 volume (3 LP) series of stereo re-creations of the greatest hit records from the 1930's and 1940's.
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Big Band Sounds: Swing Era 1940-1941.
The swing era lasted until the mid-1940s, and produced popular tunes such as Duke Ellington's "Cotton Tail" (1940) and Billy Strayhorn's "Take the 'A' Train" (1941). When the big bands struggled to keep going during World War II, a shift was happening in jazz in favor of smaller groups . The second population of revivalists consisted of young musicians such as the Lu Watters band. Through the 1950s and 1960s, Dixieland was one of the most commercially popular jazz styles in the US, Europe, and Japan, although critics paid little attention to it.
Today we turn to the years of 1940-1941. The songs were rerecorded by the bands of Billy May and Glen Gray. I have this set and thought instead of hearing the recreations that it would be interesting to hear the originals. So I'm borrowing the playlist and presenting the original recordings. There are about 30 songs so I'm going to break it up into two parts. I hope you enjoy the music.
|A1||In The Mood (Glenn Miller Version)|
|A2||Stardust (Artie Shaw Version)|
|A3||Tuxedo Junction (Glenn Miller Version)|
|B1||Cherokee (Charley Barnet Version)|
|B2||Lonesome Road: Parts I & II (Tommy Dorsey Version)|
|B3||720 In The Books (Jan Savitt Version)|
|C1||Moonlight Serenade (Glenn Miller Version)|
|C2||Deep River (Tommy Dorsey Version)|
|C3||You Made Me Love You (Harry James Version)|
|D1||Take The "A" Train (Duke Ellington Version)|
|D2||Snowfall (Claude Thornhill Version)|
|D3||Anvil Chorus: Parts I & II (Glenn Miller Version)|
|E1||Little Brown Jug (Glenn Miller Version)|
|E2||Pompton Turnpike (Charlie Barnet Version)|
|E3||Boogie Woogie On St.Louis Blues (Earl Hines Version)|
|E4||Swanee River (Tommy Dorsey Version)|
|F1||Music Makers (Harry James Version)|
|F2||Let's Dance (Benny Goodman Version)|
|F3||Bizet Has His Day (Les Brown Version)|
|F4||Blues On Parade (Woody Herman Version)|
|G1||Frenesi (Artie Shaw Version)|
|G2||Well All Right Then (Jimmie Lunceford Version)|
|G3||Stealin' Apples (Benny Goodman Version)|
|G4||Temptation (Artie Shaw Version)|
|H1||Two O'Clock Jump (Harry James Version)|
|H2||Sunrise Serenade (Glenn Miller Version)|
|H3||Redskin Rhumba (Charlie Barnet Version)|
|H4||Ciribiribin (Harry James Version)|
- Manufactured By – Capitol Records
|STL 345||Various||The Swing Era: The Music Of 1940-1941; How It Was To Be Young Then (3xLP, Comp + Box)||Time Life Records, Capitol Records||STL 345||US||1970|
|STA 345, STL 345||Various||The Swing Era 1940-1941 (3xLP + Box, Comp, RE)||Time Life Records, Time Life Records||STA 345, STL 345||US||1972|
|STA 345||Various||The Swing Era: The Music Of 1940-1941 (3xLP)||Time Life Records||STA 345||US||1971|
|STL 345||Various||The Swing Era 1940-1941 (3xLP, Comp, RE + Box)||Time Life Records||STL 345||Canada||1972|
|STL 345||Various||The Swing Era 1940-1941 (3xLP, Comp, RE + Box)||Time Life Records||STL 345||Germany||1982|