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The Jack Teagarden Orchestra* - Radio Days Live: Bridgeport, Connecticut. August 16, 1944 (CD, Album)

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  1. NYC, January 29, He Should'a Flip'd When He Flop'd Cap CDP (CD). (T) with Carl Kress and his Orchestra: directed by Bobby Sherwood: Bobby Sherwood (tp, vcl) is definite, the rest of the personnel is possibly Tony Catana, Dick Fultz, Jack Gable, Johnny Martel (tp), Wes Cope, Don Kelly, Bob Leeman, Skip Layton (tb), Joe.
  2. Jack Teagarden And His Orchestra: Big T (Album) Jack Teagarden And His Orchestra: Live At The Southland Restaurant Live At Frank Dailey's Meadowbrook ‎ (CD) Vernon Music (2) VMCD Canada: Radio Days Live: Bridgeport, Connecticut. August
  3. Livraison gratuite dès 20 € d'achat et des milliers de CD. Tout sur Radio Days - Live on August 16, , Bridgeport, Connecticut - The Jack Teagarden Orchestra, CD Album et tous les albums Musique CD, Vinyle.
  4. Shop Radio Days Live: Bridgeport, Connecticut, August 16, by The Jack Teagarden Orchestra (). Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.
  5. Radio Days, Vol. 2: Jim Reeves: Composer Bridgeport Connecticut: Jack Teagarden: Composer: Cruisin' with Cab Cab Calloway & His Orchestra: Composer: Jack Teagarden's Big Eight/Pee Wee Russell's Rhythmakers: Jack Teagarden.
  6. The band played with much more energy and was captured with superb sound on a CD with a long title: "Jack Teagarden and His Orchestra Live At the Southland Restaurant () and Live At Frank Daily's Meadowbrook ()."1/5(1).
  7. Dec 13,  · NYC, January 29, He Should'a Flip'd When He Flop'd Cap CDP (CD). (T) with Carl Kress and his Orchestra: directed by Bobby Sherwood: Bobby Sherwood (tp, vcl) is definite, the rest of the personnel is possibly Tony Catana, Dick Fultz, Jack Gable, Johnny Martel (tp), Wes Cope, Don Kelly, Bob Leeman, Skip Layton (tb), Joe.
  8. Jack Teagarden. Weldon Leo "Jack" Teagarden (August 20, – January 15, ), known as "Big T" and "The Swingin' Gate", was a jazz trombonist, bandleader, composer, and vocalist, regarded as the "Father of Jazz Trombone". Update this biography» Complete biography of Jack Teagarden».
  9. Following a highly successful small-group jazz concert at New York Town Hall on May 17, , featuring Armstrong with trombonist/singer Jack Teagarden, Armstrong's manager, Joe Glaser dissolved the Armstrong big band on August 13, , and established a six-piece traditional jazz group featuring Armstrong with (initially) Teagarden, Earl.

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