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Woody Herman & The Herd / Gordon MacRae With Jo Stafford - Here's To Veterans download mp3

Woody Herman & The Herd / Gordon MacRae With Jo Stafford - Here's To Veterans download mp3
Title:
Here's To Veterans
Performer:
Woody Herman & The Herd
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1293 mb
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Woody Herman & The Herd. Perfil: American jazz ensemble in the late swing and early bebop era existing between midsummer 1944 and December 1946. This band was later better known as 'Woody Herman & The First Herd'. After the recording ban ended the Swing era in late 1944, and after he was driven to change his band due to the war years, Woody Herman finally created an ensemble, which was oriented towards the arising Bebop style. As a result, around August 1944, the soloists of Woody Herman And His Orchestra got called Woody Herman's (first) herd. Woody Herman (And The Herd). At Carnegie Hall, 1946 - Vol. I (Album). MGM Records, MGM Records. Woody Herman & The Herd, Gordon MacRae With Jo Stafford - Here's To Veterans ‎(12"). The Veterans Administration. Program No. 842, 843. US.

Woody Herman & The Herd. ロフィール: American jazz ensemble in the late swing and early bebop era existing between midsummer 1944 and December 1946.

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feat: Carlyle Hall Orchestra. 3. At the Candlelight Cafe. David M. Gordon MacRae. feat: Paul Weston & His Orchestra.

Artists: Jo Stafford, Gordon MacRae. Money online! Converting/Cutting. We have song's lyrics, which you can find out below. Org J, G Jo Stafford, Gordon MacRae.

Tracklist

A Woody Herman & The Herd Program No. 842
B Gordon MacRae And Jo Stafford Program No. 843

Notes

This (and other 33RPM Radio Program vinyls with commercials 3-4 minutes for the VA or Civil Defense etc.) these are according to my expert--- were used by radio stations mostly once (each side is a 15 minute radio program with ads), then tossed in the dumpster--my expert dumpster dived for these in the early 1960s. Most of these are original recordings of the band who were (paid little) for a couple hours in a studio.