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Waldorf-Astoria Dance Orchestra / The Synco Jazz Band - Tell Me / Breeze album

Waldorf-Astoria Dance Orchestra / The Synco Jazz Band - Tell Me / Breeze album
  • Performer Waldorf-Astoria Dance Orchestra
  • Title Tell Me / Breeze
  • Date of release 1919
  • Other formats MPC MP2 VOC MP3 AIFF WAV AA
  • Genre Jazz
  • Size MP3 1734 mb
  • Size FLAC 1549 mb
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The Waldorf–Astoria Orchestra was an orchestra that played primarily at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel, both the old and new locations. In addition to providing dinner music at the famous hotel, the orchestra made over 300 recordings and many radio broadcasts. It was established in the 1890s, and was directed by Joseph Knecht, at least from 1908 to 1925, later by Jack Denny and others, and then Xavier Cugat from approximately 1933 to 1949.

The Breeze and I 14. Frenesi (Frenzy) 15. Green Eyes 16. I, Yi, Yi, Yi, Yi (I Like You Very Much) 17. Brazil 18. Tico Ticco 19. Siboney 20. Baia Barroso, Gilbert 21. Hasta Manana (Until Tomorrow) 22. You Belong to My Heart 23. No Can Do 24. South America, Take It Away! . 24 Latin Hits Genre: Big Band, Latin Jazz Origin: Spain, USA Released: 1997 Quality: mp3, 169-176 kbps. These charmingly old-fashioned exotic performances mingle traditional Latin American dance music with North American pop sensibilities, using an attractive assemblage of guitars, flutes, reeds, violins, sanguine accordion, and mellifluous marimba. The Lady in Red, a rhumba recorded April 1, 1935, was the inspiration for Louis Prima’s famous swing rendition, waxed on May 17th of that year with clarinetist Pee Wee Russell.

A1 –The Synco Jazz Band. Breeze (Blow My Baby Back To Me) Written-By – Hanley. A2 –The Synco Jazz Band. Dixie Is Dixie Once More Written-By – Karp. Tell Me. B1. –Waldorf-Astoria. Calahan, Kortlander. B2.

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Waldorf Astoria Chicago is a luxury hotel located in Chicago's Gold Coast neighborhood.

Their recordings were also released under the names of the Alabama Jazz Band, the Astoria Orchestra, the Great Western Serenaders, Joseph Samuels & His Orchestra, the Novelty Dance Orchestra, and the Regent Dance Orchestra, among many others. The only known players in the Synco Jazz Band - in addition to Samuels - were Jules Levy, J. cornet, Ephraim Hannaford, trombone, and pianist Larry Briers. The drummer has not been positively identified but may have been Herman Berkin.

The Synco Jazz Band was an early name for Joseph Samuel's Jazz Band. Records on the Operaphone, Empire and Arrow labels were released under a variety of other names which included the Jazzazza Jazz Band, Empire Jazz Band, Futurist Jazz Band and the Novelty Dance Orchestra. Aggravatin' Papa (Roy Turk, J. Russel Robinson).

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Tracklist Hide Credits

The Synco Jazz Band* Breeze
A1a Breeze (Blow My Baby Back To Me)
Written-By – Hanley*
A1b Dixie Is Dixie Once More
Written-By – Karp*
Waldorf-Astoria Dance Orchestra* Tell Me
B1a Tell Me
Written-By – Calahan*, Kortlander*
B1b Drop Me Down In Dixieland
Written-By – Calahan*, Kortlander*

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Columbia Graphophone Company

Credits

  • Baritone Saxophone [Uncredited], Clarinet [Uncredited] – Joseph Samuels (tracks: B)
  • Cornet [Uncredited] – Jules Levy Jr. (tracks: B)
  • Directed By – Joseph Knecht (tracks: A)
  • Drums [Uncredited] – Herman Berkin (tracks: B)
  • Piano [Uncredited] – Larry Briers (tracks: B)
  • Trombone [Uncredited] – Ephraim Hannaford* (tracks: B)
  • Vocals [Incidental Chorus] – Irving Kaufman (tracks: A)

Notes

Dance music; fox-trots.

Side A recorded September 5, 1919, New York, NY.
Side B recorded July 22, 1919, New York, NY.

Label printing code: IX (= September 1919)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): 78552
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): 78589
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout): 78552 6-J-AJ 274
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout): 78589 2-EA-J 270
  • Other (Label Printing Code): IX