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Freds Delight - Artie Shaw And His Orchestra - 1949 - Previously Unreleased Recordings (CD, Album)

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  1. Artie Shaw (born Arthur Jacob Arshawsky in New York City) grew up in New Haven, Connecticut, where his natural introversion was deepened by local antisemitism according to Shaw's autobiography. Shaw began learning the saxophone when he was 13 years old, and by the age of 16, he switched to the clarinet and left home to tour with a band.
  2. Aug 31,  · Not the best Fred Astaire film I've seen (it takes a lot to beat Fred and Ginger), but quite amusing. Not enough dancing and some of the songs are a bit contrived. Paula Goddard is a bit sweet at times but Burgess Meredith (looking ridiculously young), plays comedy rather well. The sessions by Artie Shaw and his orchestra are very meabsyluderbochanhillchrisamictrichul.coinfos:
  3. Title on insert: Artie Shaw and his orchestra ''. Compact disc. Analog recording. "Previously unreleased recordings!"--Insert. Also released by Musicmasters in Program notes by Loren Schoenberg (8 p.: ill. ; 12 cm.)--inserted in container. Performer(s): Big band music, featuring Artie Shaw, clarinet and his orchestra. Description.
  4. Artie Shaw, Soundtrack: Second Chorus. Artie Shaw played ukulele at ten and began as an alto saxophonist at the age of twelve. While still in his teens he formed his first band, the Bellevue Ramblers which performed at local gigs. He took up the clarinet in and spent several years honing his talent playing for various local bands in Florida and Ohio, often doubling up as an.
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  6. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Artie Shaw And His Orchestra - - Previously Unreleased Recordings at Discogs. Complete your Artie Shaw And His Orchestra collection.4/5(3).
  7. In Artie Shaw hired Tadd Dameron to write a few arrangements for his band. Dameron composed and arranged So Easy, Lyonia, and this arrangement of Fred's Delight. Shaw recorded this once in Set in a medium swing tempo, this chart features clarinet in a bop style melody. There is also a guitar solo and a short written trumpet solo.
  8. Listen free to Artie Shaw and His Orchestra – Personal Best (Any Old Time, Rosalie and more). 18 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the .

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