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Oodles Of Noodles - Various - Midnight Jazz - 2 (CD)

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  2. Feb 04,  · Oodles of Noodles · Percy Faith and His Orchestra · Vincent J. Abato · Jimmy Dorsey The Golden Age of Light Music: The Lost Transcriptions, Vol. 4 ℗ .
  3. Apr 03,  · KSDS Playlist Archive Friday, April 3rd Music on KSDS-FM is broadcast through a music library preservation project made possible by the generosity of the Joan and Irwin Jacobs Foundation.. The Joan and Irwin Jacobs Foundation has helped KSDS adapt to technology changes by digitizing and archiving more than 17, Jazz and Blues albums for future generations to .
  4. Counted up in the various lineups are appearances by Glenn Miller, Mannie Klein, Bud Freeman, Eddie Lang, Bunny Berigan, Artie Bernstein, and Stan King. A missing chunk of early jazz history come to light and well done, with great notes and much session information.
  5. 2: Please Be My Love: 3: Oodles Of Noodles: 4: Apprendiendo El Cha Cha: 5: I Want To Sit Beside A River: Additional Track Information Oodles And Noodles songs: 6: Sonny's Look: 7: Where Was I? 8: Chocolate Cha Cha: 9: Unless You Want To Be Loved: Hoc's Delight: Additional Track Information Oodles And Noodles album for sale.
  6. James Francis Dorsey (February 29, – June 12, ), professionally known as Jimmy Dorsey, was an American jazz clarinetist, saxophonist, composer and big band leader. He recorded and composed the jazz and pop standards "I'm Glad There Is You (In This World of Ordinary People)" and "It's The Dreamer In Me".His other major recordings were "Tailspin", "John Silver", "So Many Times.
  7. OODLES OF NOODLES English: James “Jimmy” Dorsey (February 29th – June 12th ), also known as “JD,” was an American jazz saxophonist, clarinetist and trumpet player.
  8. Jazz Flute, an album by Various Artists on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  9. I first heard Al play "OODLES OF NOODLES" on a 12" 78rpm record about twenty years ago. I bought the record album on a whim, seeing as I had never heard of Al. I'm glad I bought it. I couldn't believe what I was hearing. I was blown away. I played the same song, over and over, for about a half hour. The technique was phenomenal.5/5(3).

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