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Harry James And His Orchestra ‎– One Night Stand: Recorded At The Aragon Ballroom, Chicago - VG Lp Record 1953 USA Original Vinyl - Jazz

Harry James And His Orchestra ‎– One Night Stand: Recorded At The Aragon Ballroom, Chicago - VG Lp Record 1953 USA Original Vinyl - Jazz

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Harry James And His Orchestra ‎– One Night Stand
Label:
Columbia ‎– GL 522
Format:
Vinyl, LP
Country:
US
Released:
Apr 1953
Genre:
Jazz
Style:
Big Band
Tracklist
A1     Ultra

    Written-By – Harry James (2)

   
A2     Blues From "An American In Paris"

    Written-By – George Gershwin

   
A3     Mam Bongo

    Bongos – Harry James (2)Written-By – M. Rogers*

   
A4     Memphis Blues

    Written-By – W. C. Handy

   
A5     Flight Of The Bumble Bee

    Accordion – Thomas Gumina*Written-By – Rimsky-Korsakoff*

   
A6     There They Go

    Written-By – Harry James (2)

   
B1     Jackpot Blues

    Written-By – Buck Clayton, Harry James (2)

   
B2     You Go To My Head

    Written-By – H. Gillespie*, J. F. Coots*

   
B3     Don't Stop

    Written-By – Harry James (2), Ray Conniff

   
B4     Feet Draggin' Blues

    Written-By – Harry James (2)

   
B5     Back Beat Boogie

    Written-By – Harry James (2)

   
Companies, etc.

    Recorded At – Aragon, Chicago, Illinois

Credits

    Alto Saxophone – Herb Steward, Musky Ruffo
    Arranged By [Uncredited] – Harry James (2) (tracks: A5, B4), Jack Matthias (tracks: A4, B5), Jimmy Mundy (tracks: A1), Neal Hefti (tracks: A6, B2), Ray Conniff (tracks: A2, B3)
    Baritone Saxophone – Robert Poland*
    Bass – Paul Morsey
    Drums – Jackie Mills
    Leader – Harry James (2)
    Orchestra – Harry James And His Orchestra
    Piano – Bruce MacDonald
    Tenor Saxophone – William Massingill
    Tenor Saxophone, Clarinet – Francis Polifroni
    Trombone – Carl Elmer, David Wells*, Gene Norton, Lewis McCreary*
    Trumpet – Arthur DePew*, Everett McDonald, Harry James (2), Nick Buono, Ralph Osborn*

Notes
Recorded October 25, 1952 at The Aragon Ballroom in Chicago, IL.
Advertised as New Popular Album on page 29 of the April 4, 1953 issue of Billboard.
Recording dates and performer/arranger credits from The Jazz Discography Ver 14.0 and back cover.