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Bernard Ebbinghouse - Thats What A Dance Floor Is For - Big Band Sounds (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Count Basie and Lionel Hampton were two former big band leaders who discovered this new audience and began making records with heavy elements of rhythm and blues injected into their swing style. Hey Ba Ba Re Bop, recorded in by Lionel Hampton's new smaller band was a big hit that found success with his swing fans as well as with the.
  2. 4th Trombone Book. Contents: At Last * Back Bay Shuffle * Blues on Parade * Cherokee * Do Nothin' Till You Hear from Me * Don't Be That Way * Don't Get Around Much Anymore * Eager Beaver * In a Minor Mood * In a Mist * In the Mood * Johnson Rag * Pennsylvania * Taking a .
  3. The Houston Bernard Band is a must see! Houston has assembled a group of musicians that bring vitality and grit to a stable of modern and classic country music. Their brand of original country music is fresh and hard hitting.
  4. Bayside Big Band strives to maintain the big band sound by playing the music of famous big bands from the 's to the present day, the early traditional swing sounds of Count Basie, Glenn Miller and Benny Goodman, the modern sounds of the Tonight Show Orchestra, the neo-swing sounds of the Brian Setzer Orchestra.
  5. Bernard Ebbinghouse (–) Music Department | Composer | Soundtrack. Trivia: Formerly an arranger for Geraldo and his orchestra. Born: March 18, Died: February 24, (age 84) Add or change photo on IMDbPro Filmography. Known For Born: Mar 18,
  6. Jan 17,  · If a band doesn't go directly back to a commonly known act, include a musical lineage to trace back so we can build connections (i.e. Amplifier is similar in style to Porcupine Tree, and shares its Rush/Kansas progressive influences alongside a more classic-oriented rock sound of The Who/Led Zeppelin interwoven with Beatles-/Queen-like harmonies).
  7. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Dance to the Big Band Sounds - Litkei/Bernard Ebbinghouse Orchestra on AllMusic -
  8. 8. The big bands were essentially a big-city phenomenon, a symbol of sophistication and modernity. 9. Their occasional tour appearances in small towns generated a great deal of excitement. Swing music was part of a broader cultural and aesthetic movement that included dance styles, modes of dress, and even architecture.

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