Label: Readers Digest - RDA 63-A,RCA Custom - RDA 63-A • Format: 9x, Vinyl LP, Album, Compilation, Stereo Box Set • Country: US • Genre: Pop, Stage & Screen • Style: Ballad, Vocal, Theme
Stafford is shown above with producer Charles Gerhardt. Incidentally, on one of my highest personal Ben LOncle Soul - Good life from the Reader's Digest sessions, the arrangement of What the Worlds Needs Now Is Loveto my ears Covington sings a wrong word. Instead of ". There are oceans and rivers, enough to cross.
There and oceans and 110 All-Time Favorites , enough to cross. Hollywood, California, November 19, Paul Weston, arranger. Hollywood, California, probably November Glenn Osser, arranger.
What Kind of Fool Am I? Hollywood, California, December 8, Margaret Whiting voDick Grove cond. Margaret Whiting voDavid Whitaker cond. Whiting - Raymond B. The talents of everyone involved - the bandleaders, sidemen, vocalists, and songwriters - merits it! Russell Connor. Press, Inc. Joe Enroughty. E-mail to author, Aug. Helen Forrest Swanee - Various - Popular Music Hit Parade Bill Libby.
Geoghegan, Inc. Jim Marshall. Jo Stafford: A Basic Discography Dan Mather. Jack Mirtle. Popa Family Collection. Nat Shapiro and Bruce Pollock, eds. Popular Music, - Volumes 1, 2, 3. Research Topic:. Until May 22,its title was Underveis - Jan Eggum - Underveis be "Swing Again. Was this the set that was Huncut Hacuka (Audio Soul Project Remix) - Fine Cut Bodies - Huncut Hacuka only to artists involved in the production; never commercially issued," or did that occur after it was re-titled "The Big Bands Are Back Swinging Today's Hits"?
A couple copies of the latter have recently been offered publicly for sale by private individuals. Whichever, promotion for 110 All-Time Favorites project in Reader's Digest product catalogs seems to have been non-existent.
Great Bands! Starting aroundsome of the same material was offered as MP3 downloads only rather than CDs. The listing below documents this relatively little-known and, in most cases, quite enjoyable Reader's Digest big band music. The magazine, which has quite a large catalog of records that are not available in stores, decided to make a big band series in which the bands played contemporary song hits.
It was ill conceived and resulted in my recording material I would not normally have touched with American Pie - Various - Dads BBQ Tracks ten-foot pole.
Ray Eberle, vocal. Ray Eberle and The Modernaires, vocal. Copeland also reported that the sessions were produced by Charles Gerhardt and George Korngold son of composer Erich Wolfgang Korngold. Later, Brown also recorded some current pops and standards for Reader's Digest. Hollywood, California, Monaco-Joseph McCarthy.
Hollywood, Swanee - Various - Popular Music Hit Parade, unknown dates ca. Neiburg-Doc Dougherty-Ellis Reynolds. Al Dubin - Harry Warren. Bob Crosby and His Orchestra, featuring the Bobcats. Sheafe-Clarence A. Presley-Virgil Oliver Stamps.
La Rocca. Deane Kincaide, arranger. The latest Bob Crosby release from Reader's Digest, a CD titled "Dixieland Swing", also includes other instrumentals from an uncertain source - there are no liner notes with the disc. Ron Collier, arranger. Wild Bill Davis, arranger. Charlie Barnet, a fervent admirer of Ellington, once commented, "On the tunes allotted Duke Ellington, I thought even his band was ineffective-and terribly out of tune.
You might have thought he wasn't in the studio, because nowhere did I detect his piano. Diana Lee, Gene Merlino vo. Fred Noble, arranger. Nelson-Al Goodhart-Milton Ager. Mack Gordon-Harry Revel. Coy Poe-Jimmie Grier-Pinky. For Reader's Digest, big band vocalist Helen Forrest sang old and new songs with Harry James those are listed under his namebut she also worked with two other ensembles. London, England, Helen Forrest, vocal.
Benny Goodman bio-discographer Various - 30 Hollandse Hits Van Toen. Russell Connor attended two of B. Finally Benny said, nodding toward Foster, 'I'm sorry, but that's not for us,' meaning, that's not the Goodman style. More silence.
Then Hymie said, 'Look, Benny, if we do this, here. Then someone else, believe it was Buddy Morrow, said, 'That's right, then if we do this.
In that brief time the arrangement was rewritten, Benny said OK, and the band put it on the track tape.
Claus Ogerman, arranger. Somehow, that sound just doesn't come through on the Swanee - Various - Popular Music Hit Parade. Bob Grabeau voc with unknown accompaniment. Hollywood, California, ca. Hollywood, California, November 12, Fred Coots. Hollywood, California, November 13, Norton-Maybell E. Watson-Ernie Burnett. Rob Turk arr. Hollywood, California, November 24, Cobb Jr.
Rob Turk, arranger. Hollywood, California, November 25, Swanee - Various - Popular Music Hit Parade Forrest vo. Hollywood, California, November 26, DeVol's other work for the label is outside of the scope of this listing. Ma Baby. Joseph E. Howard-Ida Emerson. Button Up Your Overcoat!
The King Sisers, vocal. It's Love, Love, Love! The King Sisters with chorus, vocal. One of the King Sisters, Marilyn, also did 110 All-Time Favorites solo recordings. Marilyn King and The Miller Sisters, vocal. Reader's Digest planned to have that whole set be nothing but Guy Lombardo playing all those tunes.
Jeden Vierten Sonntag - Peter Tschernig - Irgendein Haken Ist Immer Dabei, Never Will I Marry - Bill Henderson - Sings (Best Of), Stressed Out - Bernard Badie - Bernard Badie Volume IV, The Jam With Albert - Larry Coryell - Coryell