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Various: RCA-Victor 80th Anniversary, Vol. 2 (1930-1939) CD Track Listing

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Various RCA-Victor 80th Anniversary, Vol. 2 (1930-1939) (1997)
This jazz cd contains 25 tracks and runs 78min 33sec.
Freedb: 55126719

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  1. Hoagy Carmichael and His Orchestra - Rockin' Chair (03:28)
  2. Duke Ellington and His Cotton Club Orchestra - Mood Indigo (03:07)
  3. Fletcher Henderson and His Orchestra - Sugarfoot Stomp (03:08)
  4. Mills BLue Rhythm Band - Heebie Jeebies (03:12)
  5. Bennie Moten's Kansas City Orchestra - Lafayette (02:47)
  6. Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra - St. Louis Blues (02:41)
  7. Cab Calloway and His Orchestra - Minnie the Moocher (03:36)
  8. Jimmy Lunceford and His Orchestra - Jazznocracy (02:45)
  9. Benny Goodman Trio - After You've Gone (02:49)
  10. Gene Krupa's Swing Band - Swing is Here (02:57)
  11. Teddy Hill and His NBC Orchestra - King Porter Stomp (03:06)
  12. A Jam Session at Victor (Berigan, Dorsey, Waller) - Honeysuckle Rose (03:07)
  13. Lionel Hampton and His Orchestra - Jivin' the Vibes (02:22)
  14. Bunny Berigan and His Orchestra - I Can't Get Started (04:48)
  15. Benny Goodman and His Orchestra - Don't Be That Way (03:21)
  16. Artie Shaw and His Orchestra - Begin the Beguine (03:15)
  17. Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Boogie Woogie (03:07)
  18. Tommy Ladnier and His Orchestra - Really the Blues (03:38)
  19. Wingy Manone and His Orchestra - Limehouse Blues (02:18)
  20. Charlie Barnet and His Orchestra - Cherokee (03:21)
  21. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra - In the Mood (03:36)
  22. Lionel Hampton and His Orchestra - Hot Mallets (02:15)
  23. Coleman Hawkins and His Orchestra - Body and Soul (03:04)
  24. Fats Waller and His Rhythm - You're Lettin' the Grass Grow Under Your Feet (03:19)
  25. Muggy Spanier and His Ragtime Band - Relaxin' at the Touro (03:12)


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