- Performer:Tab Smith His Fabulous Alto And Orchestra
- Title:Strange / Jumptime
- Style:Rhythm & Blues, Swing
- Date of release:
- Size FLAC version1991 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1167 megabytes
- Size WMA version1693 megabytes
- Formats:DTS RA AIFF MOD MMF MIDI AUD
Performer: Tab Smith his Fabulous Alto and Orchestra Writer: Smith. Digitized at 78 revolutions per minute. Three stylii were used to transfer this record. They are . mil truncated eliptical, . mil truncated conical, . mil truncated conical. These were recorded flat and then also equalized with Turnover: 37., Rolloff: -1. have been copied to have the more friendly filenames. Matrix number: 1454 Catalog number: U-184
Tab Smith, His Fabulous Alto & Orchestra. Highlights All Songs.
U–171 – – Tab Smith His Fabulous Alto and Orchestra. U–172 – "Tell Me"/"Whoo–wee Baby" – The Five C's. U–173 – "Sophisticated Lady"/"Flight 3–D" – Jimmy Forrest and His All Star Combo. U–174 – "My Baby"/"Rock City" – Tab Smith His Fabulous Alto and Orchestra. U–175 – "Big Slam Part I"/"Big Slam Part II" – Gene Ammons His Golden Toned Tenor and Orchestra. U–176 – "Wish Me Well"/"Sassy Mae" – Memphis Slim and His House Rockers
The first, billed as Tab Smith His Fabulous Alto And Orchestra, was an instrumental cover of the concurrent hit by Tony Bennett, Because Of You (first a hit in 1941 by the Larry Clinton orchestra) which, for Tab, finished at 1 R&B/ 20 Pop in Nov-Dec 1951 b/w Dee Jay Special as United 104. This first of the four Delmark volumes titled Jump Time contains both sides and amply demonstrates Tab's easy transition from soft ballads to jump tunes, although he will never be identified among the sax "honkers" of the era. Also included - with one notable exception - are these subseq.
Soul Jazz 45 TAB SMITH Mambolino/Just One More Time UNITED RECORDS. TAB SMITH-KEEPING TAB Jazz Album-CHECKER BRONSTEIN COVER. Tab smith alto SAX keeping tab black checker label 2951. TAB SMITH: Strange, Jumptime 45 (vocal, red wax) Blues & R&B. King 45RPM 7" SAX Instrumental tab smith-chuggin' along b/w night hawk prowl. U–176 – "Wish Me Well"/"Sassy Mae" – Memphis Slim and His House Rockers. Basie Meets Bond is a 1966 album by Count Basie and his orchestra. The album is a collection of musical pieces from the first four James Bond films; Dr No, From Russia with Love, Goldfinger and Thunderball. The album was Basie's first for United Records, and was produced by Teddy Reig. Emily "Cissy" Houston (née Drinkard; born September 30, 1933) is an American soul and gospel singer.
Guitar-Acoustic Guitar (nylon)Track difficulty (Rhythm). Easier Elliott Smith songs. You'll need a Plus subscription and a desktop browser to print this page. dAFCGDlet ringlet ringlet ring1Intro 1400A.
|U-171||Tab Smith His Fabulous Alto And Orchestra*||Strange / Jumptime (7")||United||U-171||US||1954|
|U-171||Tab Smith His Fabulous Alto And Orchestra*||Strange / Jumptime (Shellac, 10")||United||U-171||US||1954|