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Irving Fazola

Irving Fazola "The Rarest Recordings" (1936-1945) CD 9905 [Swing Time CD] With the bands of Claude Thornhill, Ben Pollack, Jess Stacy, Seger Ellis, Muggsy Spanier, Glenn Miller and others. Plus his own Irving Fazola Dixielanders. Digitally restored to compact disc by Bill Hebden. Out of Print

1. I'm One Step Ahead Of My Shadow [Sep 15, 1936]
2. Song Of The Islands [Sep 15, 1936]
3. Spreading Knowledge Around [Sep 16, 1936]
4. Jimtown Blues [Sep 16, 1936]
5. Alice Blue Gown [Sep 21, 1936]
6. Wabash Blues [Sep 21, 1936]
7. In A Sentimental Mood [Dec 18, 1936]
8. Deep Elm [Dec 18, 1936]
9. Bees Knees [Mar 11, 1937]
10. I Know That You Know [Mar 11, 1937]
11. Shivery Stomp [Mar 11, 1937]
12. Down By The Old Mill Stream [Jul 26, 1937]
13. Pagan Love Song [Jul 26, 1937]
14. Am I Blue [Jul 26, 1937]
15. Somebody Stole My Gal [Jul 26, 1937]
16. Humoresque [Nov 29, 1937]
17. Breeze, Blow My Baby Back To Me [Nov 30, 1939]
18. Clarinet Blues [Nov 30, 1939]
19. Where Or When [May 21, 1941]
20. Hesitating Blues [Jan 2, 1942]
21. Tin Roof Blues [Jan 17, 1945]
22. Mostly Faz [Oct 24, 1945]


With Irving Fazola (clarinet, saxophone) * Ben Pollack and His Orchestra * The Dean and His Kids * The Rhythm Wreckers * Ben Pollack (drums, leader) * Harry James (trumpet) * Shorty Sherock (trumpet) * Charlie Spivak (trumpet) * Bruces Squires (trombone) * Opie Cates (saxophone) * Dave Matthews (saxophone, arranger) * Ray Cohen (violin) * Freddy Slack (piano) * Frank Frederico (guitar) * Joe Price (steel guitar) * Thurman Teague (string bass) * Sammy Taylor (drums) * Lois Still (vocals) * Seger Ellis Choirs of Brass Orchestra * Seger Ellis (piano, arranger, leader) * Nate Kazebier (trumpet) * Don Anderson (trumpet) * Benny Strickler (trumpet) * Hank McCarthy (trumpet) * King Jackson (trombone) * Al Thompson (trombone) * Bob Logan (trombone) * John Stanley (trombone) * Stanley Wrightsman (piano) * Al Mack (piano) * Jim Lynch (string bass) * George Siegler (drums) * Spud Murphy (arranger) * The Musical Maniacs * Lloyd Reiner (guitar) * Manny Stein (string bass) * Lou Singer (vibraphone, xylophone) * Bud Johnson (drums) * Glenn Miller and His Orchestra * Glenn Miller (trombone, arranger, leader) * Pee Wee Erwin (trumpet) * Bob Price (trumpet) * Ardell Garrett (trumpet) * Jesse Ralph (trombone) * Bud Smith (trombone) * Hal McIntyre (saxophone) * Tony Viola (saxophone) * Jerry Jerome (saxophone) * Carl Biesacker (saxophone, arranger) * J.C. McGregor (piano) * Carmen Mastren (guitar) * Rowland Bundock (string bass) * Doc Carney (drums) * Jess Stacy and His Orchestra * Jess Stacy (piano) * Billy Butterfield (trumpet) * Les Jenkins (trombone) * Eddie Miller (saxophone) * Sid Weiss (string bass) * Don Carter (drums) * Claude Thornhill and His Orchestra * Claude Thornhill (piano, arranger, leader) * Rusty Dedrick (trumpet) * Conrad Gozzo (trumpet) * Bob Sprentall (trumpet) * Tasso Harris (trombone) * Bob Jenney (trombone) * Dale Brown (clarinet, saxophone) * George Paulson (clarinet, saxophone) * John Nelson (clarinet, saxophone) * Hammond Russum (clarinet, saxophone) * Ted Goddard (clarinet, saxophone) * Allen Hanlon (guitar) * Harvey Cell (string bass) * Gene Leman (drums) * Muggsy Spanier and His Orchestra * Muggsy Spanier (cornet, leader) * Ralph Muzillo (trumpet) * Frank Bruno (trumpet) * Leon Schwartz (trumpet) * Vernon Brown (trombone) * Benny Goodman (clarinet, saxophone) * Joe Herde (clarinet, saxophone) * John Smith (clarinet, saxophone) * Nick Caiazza (saxophone) * Dave Bowman (piano) * Ken Broadhurst (guitar) * Jack Kelleher (string bass) * Don Carter (drums) * Leon Prima Orchestra * Irving Fazola Dixielanders.

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