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The Kit-Cat Band - The Kit-Kat Band Play 'Hot' Dance Music 1925-1927 FLAC

The Kit-Cat Band - The Kit-Kat Band Play 'Hot' Dance Music 1925-1927 FLAC
The Kit-Cat Band
The Kit-Kat Band Play 'Hot' Dance Music 1925-1927
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1Breezin' Along With The Breeze
2From Now On
3I've Got Some Lovin' To Do
4The Camel Walk
5Milenberg Joys
7Riverboat Shuffle
8Ain't She Sweet
9Can't Your Friend Find A Friend For Me
10My Sugar
11If You Hadn't Gone Away
12Sam The Old Accordion Man
13Headin' For Home
15Brown Sugar
16I Wonder What's Become Of Joe
17Muddy Water


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
R-08448The Kit-Cat Band The Kit-Cat Band Play 'Hot' Dance Music 1925-1927 ‎(LP, Comp, Mono, Club)World Record Club, Retrospect SeriesR-08448Australia1981


Play 'Hot' Dance Music 1925-'27 - The Kit-Cat Band. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Исполнитель: The Kit-Cat Band. 2016 jazz. The Kit Cat Band. Can't Your Friend Find a Friend for Me. Lou Handman. The Kit-Cat Band: все альбомы, включая Play 'Hot' Dance Music 1925-' Kit-Cat band was the house band of the Kit-Cat night club in London that first opened its doors in 1924. The 10 piece band was assembled by Britains best-known band leader, Jack Hylton, and was directed by Boston saxophonist, Al Starita. Producer Chris Ellis recently rediscovered this album which he produced in 1979. Upon hearing it again, he felt that it was worthy of being represented to a new audience. Jack Hylton was asked to form a resident dance band when the Kit-Cat Club opened in mid-1925, and he chose as leader Al Starita, one of three brothers from Boston, who played clarinet and alto sax, and also took the vocals. The Kit-Cat Bands 24 most jazz-oriented recordings are on their CD and they fit very well into the jazz mainstream of the day. The musicianship and jazz sensibilities are on the level of most contemporary American bands and the recording quality other than the opening acoustic track is excellent. Trad jazz musicians wanting to find lesser-known material from the 1920s will find much here of interest for only eight or nine of the two dozen songs are still played today. Kit - Cat Band as Jack Hylton's Kit - Cat Band. Al Starita, as, dir Tom Smith, Edwin Knight, t, Ted Heath, tb, E. Pogsen, cl, as, o, George Smith, cl, ts,, Hugo Ringold, vn, Sid Bright, Fred Hartley, p, Len Fillis, bj, Alfred Field, bb, Eric Little, d. Hayes, Middlesex, June 8, 1925. Kit-Cat Band. Americans In Britain: 1920-1925. The Orchard Music от лица компании Retrieval. Artist: KIT -CAT BAND. Format: CD. We cannot be held responsible for delays if you do not use this reference. We want you to be 100 happy with your order. One of our dedicated team will personally respond to you as soon as possible. Various Artists - Hits Album: The 80S Album, Various UK - Import. P&p: rub p&p. More to explore: The Band Dance & Electronica Music CDs, Dance & Electronica Big BandSwing Music CDs, The Band 2003 Dance & Electronica Music CDs . Listen to music from The Kit-Cat Band like Riverboat Shuffle, Magnolia & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from The Kit-Cat Band. Latest release. Play 'Hot' Dance Music 1925-'27. 2 June 2016. Play album. Do you have any photos of this artist Add an image. The Kit-Cat was a nightclub in the Haymarket, in London's West End. The band was sponsored by Jack Hylton and led by Al Starita , who was an American. Recordings issued on HMV from June 8, 1925 to December 1, 1926 were issued as Jack Hylton's Kit-Kat Band. Recordings issued on HMV from December 29, 1926 to May 19, 1927 were issued as Jack Hylton's Hyltonians. Unless noted, all Columbias were issued as the Kit-Cat Hylton's Kit-Cat Band More Less. Альтернативные названия . Read more. Top Songs. My Sugar. From Now On. Brown Sugar. Maybe You Will, Maybe You Won't. Here Am I, Broken-Hearted. My Blue Heaven The Original Charleston, 1927. If You Hadn't Gone Aw