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Ray Pearl And His Orchestra - Pic-A-Nic-In' / Please Don't Tell mp3 download
Ray Pearl And His Orchestra - Pic-A-Nic-In' / Please Don't Tell mp3 download
Performer: Ray Pearl And His Orchestra
Title: Pic-A-Nic-In' / Please Don't Tell
Released: 1947
Style: Big Band
Rating: 4.7/5
FLAC size: 1651 mb | MP3 size: 1651 mb | WMA size: 1791 mb
Genre: Jazz

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.

Charlie and his Orchestra (also referred to as the "Templin band" and "Bruno and His Swinging Tigers") were a Nazi-sponsored German propaganda swing band. Jazz music styles were seen by Nazi authorities as rebellious but, ironically, propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels conceived of using the style in shortwave radio broadcasts aimed initially at the United Kingdom, and later the United States, after the German declaration of war on 11 December 1941.

In 1994, Alexia Vassiliou covered the song in the live album from Sony BMG Horis Revma. Little Willie Littlefield recorded a version for his 1990 album Singalong with Little Willie Littlefield. Phil Ochs, known for his protest songs in the 1960s, performed the song in 1970 at his infamous Carnegie Hall concert. The cover appears on the 1974 concert album Gunfight at Carnegie Hall. In the early 1950s, German bandleader Kurt Henckels recorded a big band version in the pre-WWII style on the East German Amiga label.

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A String of Pearls" is a 1941 song recorded by Glenn Miller and His Orchestra on RCA Bluebird, composed by Jerry Gray with lyrics by Eddie DeLange. The song is a big band and jazz standard. It was released as an RCA Bluebird 78 single, B-11382-B, backed with "Day Dreaming", in 1941 by Glenn Miller and His Orchestra.

Pearl made her Broadway debut in St. Louis Woman in 1946. She won a Tony Award for the title role in Hello, Dolly! in 1968. Her rendition of "Takes Two to Tango" hit the top ten in 1952. She was born in Southampton County, Virginia, to Rev. Joseph & Ella Mae Bailey. In 1954, she took the role of Frankie in the film version of Carmen Jones, and her rendition of "Beat Me That Rhythm on the Drum" is one of the highlights of the film. Pearl Mae Bailey ( 29/3 /1918 to 17/08/1990) American singer and actress.

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A Pic-A-Nic-In'
Vocals – Betty Chapel
B Please Don't Tell
Vocals – Pat Herman