Title: Raw Meat / Blue Shadows
Style: Jump Blues, Rhythm & Blues
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FLAC size: 1650 mb | MP3 size: 1373 mb | WMA size: 1541 mb
Joe Thomas (3). Raw Meat (The Great Lunceford Tenor) (LP, Album). Uptown Records (2). UP 2. 1. Jimmie Lunceford, King Cole And His Trio, Butterfly McQueen, Carmen Miranda, Lena Horne, The Golden Gate Quartet, Joe Thomas (3). Jimmie Lunceford, King Cole And His Trio, Butterfly McQueen, Carmen Miranda, Lena Horne, The Golden Gate Quartet, Joe Thomas (3) - Jimmy Lunceford's Second Jubilee (LP).
Joe Newman And His Orchestra. Salute To Satch (LP, Album). Salute To Satch (CD, Album, RE). RCA Victor.
Harry James And His Orchestra 1948-49 is a double album by American trumpeter Harry James with The Harry James Orchestra. The album consists of live radio transcripts recorded during 1948 and 1949 and was released in 1969 by Big Band Landmarks (Volumes X-XI). As bop surpassed swing by the late 1940s, James was surprisingly open to its influence.
Serenade for my Love. Joe Loss & His Orchestra. The Loss Concertium & Dance for the World Ballroom Championship. Dancing Time for Dancers. Joe Loss Plays Glenn Miller. World Championship Ballroom Dances.
Joe Thomas (tenor saxophonist). For the songwriter, born Oklahoma, see Joe Thomas (alto saxophonist). Joe Thomas, Eddie Wilcox, and Omer Simeon, Loyal Charles Lodge No. 167, New York, in October 1947. Joseph Vankert Thomas (June 19, 1909, Uniontown, Pennsylvania - August 3, 1986, Kansas City, Missouri) was an American jazz tenor saxophonist. YouTube Encyclopedic. As a boy Thomas first learned to play hymns on his sax, it was the only music his parents approved of. His first band job was with the Earl Hood Orchestra. After eight months Horace Henderson offered him a jo. .Thomas played alto sax under Horace Henderson, but played tenor from the time he joined Stuff Smith's band onward. He played with Jimmie Lunceford's band from 1933 until Lunceford's death in 1947, where he soloed often and occasionally sang.
|4385||Joe Thomas His Sax And His Orchestra*||Raw Meat / Blue Shadows (Shellac, 10")||King Records||4385||US||1950|
|CS 4573-1||Joe Thomas||Raw Meat / Blue Shadows (7")||King Records||CS 4573-1||Unknown|