1st Cat on sleeve, 2nd on labels. Comes in flimsy laminated front sleeve with curved flip backs. On labels: Licensed by and original recording by Coral Records Inc. New York USA. Made in England. Recording first published 1959 On sleeve rear: Coral Records, London, England. Original recording by Coral Records Inc. . Laminated with 'Clarifoill' made by British Celanese Limited. Printed in England . 9/59 Made in England. Matrix, Runout (Matrix label side A ): (M. 948).
Matrix, Runout (side A label): 7-6948. Matrix, Runout (side B label): 7-6949☉. Matrix, Runout (side A runout stamped): 7 6948 1 ΛI. Matrix, Runout (side B runout stamped): 7 6949 2 ΛI. Other Versions (5 of 5) View All. Cat.
Go to artist profile. In 1942, while appearing at the Hollywood Palladium, a radio announcer introduced the saxophonist Les Brown's popular orchestra as His Band of Renown, and the name has stuck ever since. Les Brown's group featured Doris Day as their vocalist in the 1940's, and were known for touring with Bob Hope on his numerous USO tours. Les had started by studying at the Ithaca Conservatory of Music and later led the Duke Blue Devils Band in North Carolina who recorded for Decca during the depression of the 1930's
Swing Song Book is a big band music album recording by LES BROWN released in 1959 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. LES BROWN and His Band of Renown - Swing Song Book - Jasmine JASM 1503 SEALED.
Les Brown And His Band Of Renown. по названию по исполнителю. Les Brown & His Band Of Renown – Undecided. Les Brown & His Band Of Renown – I Can't Get Started. Les Brown & His Band Of Renown – If Ever I Would Leave You. 3:47. Les Brown & His Band Of Renown – Little Girl Blue. Les Brown and His Band of Renown – Thank Heaven for Little Girls. Les Brown & His Band Of Renown – Begin the Beguine.
3. The Way You Look Tonight. 4. You Don't Know What Love Is. Les Brown.
|A1||Swing Book Blues
Written-By – James Hill*
|A2||How High The Moon
Written-By – Morgan Lewis, Nancy Hamilton
Written-By – Johnny Mercer, Ralph Burns, Woody Herman
|A4||King Porter Stomp
Written-By – Ferd "Jellyroll" Morton*
|A5||Lullaby Of Birdland
Written-By – George Shearing
Written-By – Benny Moten*, Buster Moten
|B1||Just In Time (From "Bells Are Ringing")
Written-By – Betty Comden - Adolph Green*, Jules Styne*
|B2||I Want To Be Happy
Written-By – I. Caesar*, V. Youmans*
|B3||Take The "A" Train
Written-By – Billy Strayhorn
|B4||I'm Beginning To See The Light
Written-By – D. George*, D. Ellington*, H. James*, J. Hodges*
|B5||Pick Yourself Up
Written-By – Dorothy Fields, Jerome Kern
Written-By – Billy May, R. Alfred*
|ST74-57300, ST7-57300||Les Brown And His Band Of Renown||Swing Song Book (Reel, 4 T)||Coral, Coral||ST74-57300, ST7-57300||US||1959|
|LVA 9113, LVA.9113||Les Brown And His Band Of Renown||Swing Song Book (LP, Album, Mono)||Coral, Coral||LVA 9113, LVA.9113||UK||1959|
|CRL 757300||Les Brown And His Band Of Renown||Swing Song Book (LP, Album)||Coral||CRL 757300||US||1959|
|JAS 1503||Les Brown And His Band Of Renown||Swing Song Book (LP, Album, RE, Gat)||Jasmine Records||JAS 1503||UK||Unknown|
|CRL 57300||Les Brown And His Band Of Renown||Swing Song Book (LP, Album, Mono)||Coral||CRL 57300||US||Unknown|