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Harry James And Music Makers - Harry James And Music Makers


1It Had To Be You
2King Porter Stomp
3Night Special
4Blue Skies
5Roly Poly
6On The Sunny Side Of The Street
7Sight Bar Riff
8The Moon Was Yellow
9St. Louis Blues
10One O' Clock Jump
11Blue Lou
12East Cost Blues
13Rose Room
15Autumn In New York


Recorded in Hollywood June 22, 1944 (A1, A2)
December 2, 1945 (A3 to A5)
September 22, 1945 (A6 to A8, B1, B2)
November 1947 (B3 to B7)


  • Rights Society: SIAE


  • Printed By – Barbieristampa


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Harry James And Music Makers - Harry James And Music Makers
Performer: Harry James And Music Makers
Genre: Jazz
Title: Harry James And Music Makers
Country: Italy
Style: Big Band, Swing
MP3 album: 2683 mb
FLAC album: 1419 mb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 409
Source: Vinyl, LP, Compilation
№ Cat: Q-026
Label: Queen-disc

B2 is a typo: "Sight Bar Riff" = "Eight Bar Riff"; B7 is of course "Two O'Clock Jump". The audio quality is quite mediocre. Some of those very tracks can be found on other LP's with a much better sound.