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Fred Waring & His Pennsylvanians Memory Lane (2005)
Fred Waring & His Pennsylvanians, recorded Camden US-NJ, New York US-NY, and Chicago US-IL, 1923-10-16/1932-10-25.\nFredrick Malcolm Waring (1900-06-09/1984-07-29): bandleader, arranger\ntrumpets: Nelson Keller (1-24); George Culley (2,3,7-13); Stuart Churchill (14-24); D. Wade Schlegel (14-19); Johnny "Scat" Davis (17-23); Frank Zullo (24); 2 unknown (11); 1 unknown (7-10,12,13,15,16)\ntrombones: Jim Gilliland (1-12,14-16); Clare Hanlon (12-24); Gene Conklin (17-23); unknown (7-11)\nclarinets: Fred Campbell (1-24); Elton Cockerill (1-24); Will Morgan (7-24); Virgil "Stinky" Davis (17-24)\nalto saxes: Fred Campbell (1-24); Si Sharp (1-6); Earl Gardner (5-16); Will Morgan (7-24); Stuart Churchill (14-23); Virgil "Stinky" Davis (17-24)\ntenor sax: Elton Cockerill (1-24)\nbaritone sax: Fred Campbell (1-24)\nflute: Fred Campbell (1-22,24)\nviolins: Bill Townsend (1-14); Francis Foster (7-13); Scott Bates (8); Fred Culley (9-13); Lou Raderman (14); Wladimir Silinsky (15,16); Murray Kellner (17); Y. Zayde (18-22); 2 unknown (4,16-22); 1 unknown (15)\nviola: unknown (5,6,22)\ncello: unknown (22)\npianos: Tom Waring (1-11); Charles Henderson (9,12-24); Frank W. Hower (12-15,17-23)\nharp: unknown (22)\nbanjo: Fred Buck (1-16)\nguitar: Lou Bonnies (17-24)\ntubas: Jimmy Mullen (1-7); Ed Radel (8-23)\ndouble bass: Ed Radel (17-24)\ndrums: Poley McClintock (1-24); unknown (23)\nxylophone: Stuart Churchill (14-23)\nCompiled by David Lennick & Ray Crick; audio restoration and remastering by John Hadden.\nCD: Sanctuary/Living Era CD AJA 5569 (2005-07-26), UPC 743625556926.
This jazz cd contains 24 tracks and runs 77min 3sec.
Freedb: 86120d18

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  1. Fred Waring & His Pennsylvanians - Sleep [1923] (03:22)
    (Earl Lebieg [Earl Burnett/Adam Geibel], 1923)\nvocals: Tom Waring, Fred Waring\nRecorded Camden US-NJ, 1923-10-16 (mx B 28663-9); Victor 19172.\n#1 hit; Fred Waring's theme song
  2. Fred Waring & His Pennsylvanians - Down Home Blues [1924] (02:43)
    (Morty Berk/Louis Herscher)\nRecorded Camden US-NJ, 1924-03-26 (mx B 29694-5); Victor 19303.\n#10 hit
  3. Fred Waring & His Pennsylvanians - Memory Lane [1924] (03:05)
    (Larry Spier/Con Conrad//Buddy De Sylva, 1924)\nvocal: Tom Waring\nRecorded Camden US-NJ, 1924-03-26 (mx B 29695-4); Victor 19303.\n#1 hit
  4. Fred Waring & His Pennsylvanians - Collegiate [1925] (03:05)
    (Moe Jaffe/Nat Bonx/Lew Brown)\nFrom the 1925 revue "Gay Paree".\nvocals: orchestra\nRecorded Camden US-NJ, 1925-04-04 (mx BVE 32129-2); Victor 19648.\n#3 hit
  5. Fred Waring & His Pennsylvanians - I Love My Baby [1926] (03:29)
    (Harry Warren//Bud Green, 1925)\nvocals: orchestra\nRecorded Camden US-NJ, 1926-12-14 (mx BVE 33983-4); Victor 19905.\n#6 hit
  6. Fred Waring & His Pennsylvanians - Thanks for the Buggy Ride [1925] (03:01)
    (Jules Buffano, 1925)\nvocals: orchestra\nRecorded Camden US-NJ, 1925-12-17 (mx BVE 33637-3); Victor 19913.\n#5 hit
  7. Fred Waring & His Pennsylvanians - Where Do You Work-A, John? (Push-A, Push-A, Push) [1926] (03:27)
    (Harry Warren/Mortimer Weinberg/Charlie Marks, 1926)\nvocals: orchestra\nRecorded New York US-NY, 1926-12-08 (mx BVE 36494-3); Victor 20378.\n#6 hit
  8. Fred Waring & His Pennsylvanians - I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream for Ice Cream [1927] (02:31)
    (Robert King//Howard Johnson/Billy Moll, 1927)\nvocals: Fred Waring, Poley McClintock, orchestra\nRecorded Camden US-NJ, 1927-11-30 (mx BVE 40750-3); Victor 21099.\n#3 hit
  9. Fred Waring & His Pennsylvanians - Laugh, Clown, Laugh [1928] (03:37)
    (Ruggerio Leoncavallo; adapt. Ted Fiorito//Sam Lewis/Joe Young, 1928)\nAdapted from the 1892 opera "I Pagliacci".\nvocal: Fred Waring\nRecorded New York US-NY, 1928-03-08 (mx BVE 43131-3); Victor 21308.\n#1 hit
  10. Fred Waring & His Pennsylvanians - Lila [1928] (03:07)
    (Maceo Pinkard//Archie Gottler/Charles Tobias, 1928)\nvocals: Tom Waring, orchestra\nRecorded New York US-NY, 1928-03-23 (mx BVE 43173-2); Victor 21333.
  11. Fred Waring & His Pennsylvanians - Ah! Sweet Mystery of Life [1928] (04:50)
    (Victor Herbert//Rida Johnson Young)\nFrom the 1910 show "Naughty Marietta".\nvocals: Tom Waring, orchestra\nRecorded Camden US-NJ, 1928-04-17 (mx CVE 43189-4); Victor 35921.\n#2 hit
  12. Fred Waring & His Pennsylvanians - Button Up Your Overcoat [1929] (03:01)
    (Ray Henderson//Buddy De Sylva/Lew Brown)\nFrom the 1929 show "Follow Thru".\nvocals: Trio\nRecorded Chicago US-IL, 1929-01-23 (mx BVE 48817-2); Victor 21861.\n#11 hit
  13. Fred Waring & His Pennsylvanians - I'll Always Be in Love with You [1929] (03:03)
    (Sam Stept//Bud Green/Herman Ruby)\nFrom the 1929 film "Syncopation" starring Fred Waring.\nvocals: Clare Hanlon, orchestra\nRecorded Chicago US-IL, 1929-02-04 (mx BVE 48852-2); Victor 21870.\n#3 hit
  14. Fred Waring & His Pennsylvanians - Cryin' for the Carolines [1930] (03:28)
    (Harry Warren//Sam Lewis/Joe Young)\nFrom the 1930 film "Spring Is Here".\nvocals: Will Morgan, orchestra\nRecorded New York US-NY, 1930-01-08 (mx BVE 58169-3); Victor 22272.\n#3 hit
  15. Fred Waring & His Pennsylvanians - So Beats My Heart for You [1930] (03:41)
    (Pat Ballard/Charles Henderson/Tom Waring)\nFrom the 1930 show "Rah-Rah-Daze" starring Fred Waring.\nvocals: Stuart Churchill, The Three Girl Friends\nRecorded New York US-NY, 1930-07-17 (mx BVE 62356-3); Victor 22486.\n#3 hit
  16. Fred Waring & His Pennsylvanians - Little White Lies [1930] (03:01)
    (Walter Donovan, 1930)\nvocals: Clare Hanlon, The Three Girl Friends\nRecorded New York US-NY, 1930-07-25 (mx BVE 63309-3); Victor 22492.\n#1 hit
  17. Fred Waring & His Pennsylvanians - Love for Sale [1930] (03:35)
    (Cole Porter)\nFrom the 1930 show "The New Yorkers" starring Fred Waring.\nvocals: The Three Waring Girls\nRecorded New York US-NY, 1930-12-24 (mx BVE 67733-1); Victor 22598.\n#14 hit
  18. Fred Waring & His Pennsylvanians - Oh, Donna Clara! [1931] (02:58)
    (Jerzey Peterburski//Irving Caesar)\nFrom the 1930 show "The Wonder Bar".\nvocal: Clare Hanlon\nRecorded New York US-NY, 1931-03-13 (mx BVE 68805-2); Victor 22655.
  19. Fred Waring & His Pennsylvanians - Elizabeth [1931] (02:50)
    (Robert Katscher//Irving Caesar)\nFrom the 1930 show "The Wonder Bar".\nvocals: The Three Waring Girls, orchestra\nRecorded New York US-NY, 1931-03-13 (mx BVE 68806-1); Victor 22655.\n#19 hit
  20. Fred Waring & His Pennsylvanians - I Found a Million-Dollar Baby [1931] (03:13)
    (Harry Warren//Billy Rose/Mort Dixon)\nFrom the 1931 show "Billy Rose's Crazy Quilt".\nvocals: Clare Hanlon, The Three Waring Girls\nRecorded New York US-NY, 1931-05-04 (mx BRC 53080-2); Victor 22707.\n#1 hit
  21. Fred Waring & His Pennsylvanians - Dancing in the Dark [1931] (02:48)
    (Arthur Schwartz//Howard Dietz)\nFrom the 1931 show "The Band Wagon".\nvocals: The Three Waring Girls, orchestra\nRecorded New York US-NY, 1931-05-18 (mx BRC 69264-1); Victor 22708.\n#3 hit
  22. Fred Waring & His Pennsylvanians - Let's Have Another Cup o' Coffee [1932] (03:14)
    (Irving Berlin)\nFrom the 1932 show "Face the Music".\nvocals: Chick Bullock, The Three Waring Girls\nRecorded New York US-NY, 1932-02-28 (mx BRC 71890-1); Victor 22936.\n#5 hit
  23. Fred Waring & His Pennsylvanians - How'm I Doin'? Hey, Hey [1932] (03:03)
    (Lem Fowler/Don Redman, 1932)\nvocals: Johnny "Scat" Davis, Poley McClintock, orchestra\nRecorded New York US-NY, 1932-04-05 (mx BRC 72235-1); Victor 22978.
  24. Fred Waring & His Pennsylvanians - Fit as a Fiddle [1932] (02:39)
    (Al Hoffman/Al Goodhart/Arthur Freed)\nFrom the 1932 show "George White's Music Hall Varieties".\nvocal: Frank Zullo\nRecorded New York US-NY, 1932-10-25 (mx BS 73864-1); Victor 24168.\n#4 hit


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