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  1. Maugami
    Stompin' at the Savoy by Barry Manilow was written by Benny Goodman, Andy Razaf, Edgar Sampson and Chick Webb and was first released by Chick Webb's Savoy Orchestra in Barry Manilow released it on the album Swing Street in It was covered by Ileana Mottola, Brian Browne Trio, Joep van Leeuwen, Ira Ironstrings and other artists.
  2. Nikotilar
    The Sweetest Sounds, an Album by Rune Gustafsson & Zoot Sims. Released in on Sonet (catalog no. SLP; Vinyl LP).
  3. Zulujind
    Jun 18,  · Nice to see Rune Gustafsson get a mention. I have only one recording of his; the Pablo Today recording Rune did with Zoot Sims: The Sweetest Sounds. Also, has Bucky Pizzrelli (about the only 'extra' guitar player that adds value as a second guitar in such a situation), George Mraz on bass, and Peter Donald on drums. The producer is Rune Otwerman.
  4. Maulrajas
    Rune Gustafsson ( words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article with Zoot Sims on two recordings: The Sweetest Sounds () and In a Sentimental Mood (), the latter was Sims last album. A duo performance with Niels-Henning.
  5. Naran
    Zoot Sims, Rune Gustafsson - The Sweetest Sounds (Pablo Today ) Zoot Sims, tenor sax; Rune Gustafsson, Bucky Pizzarelli, guitar; George Mraz, .
  6. Gardalar
    Carl Sonny Leyland & Kim Cusack • Stompin' Upstairs Boogie-woogie pianist extraordinaire Carl Sonny Leyland and ace clarinetist Kim Cusack (of The Salty Dogs) have teamed up with bassist Beau Sample and drummer Alex Hall (of The Fat Babies in Chicago) for an exhilarating album of ragtime, boogie-woogie, blues, and jazz.
  7. Vudok
    In addition to composing music for a number of children's records released through RCA and Golden Books, in Delugg also issued the solo album Accordion My Way -- Ole! He died of heart failure at his home in Los Angeles in April ; Milton Delugg was 96 years old.
  8. Mosho
    The first of six "comeback" albums that this great Chicago soul singer cut during his second wave of recording during the late 70s! Walter had originally done some amazing work with the great Carl Davis at the Okeh label during the mid 60s – and this album marks a return to their collaboration – this time at Davis' own Chi-Sound subsidiary of 20th Century Records.

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