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Isham Jones Orchestra - The Original Charleston / Sweet Man (Shellac)

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  1. Isham Jones Orchestra. Isham Jones founded his orchestra at the end of the second decade of the 20th century and recorded numerous records in the 's and 's, of which Isham Jones Orchestra - Ma / Wabash Blues was one of the most successful. One of the most talented musicians, Woody Herman, had his early period as musician in this orchestra.
  2. Isham Jones began recording for Brunswick in mid with his Rainbo (sic) Orchestra, and there's not much about the early titles to give any indication of joys to come. Things began to change a year later, when a young Louis Panico joined on cornet (the brass had been confined previously to a trombone!).5/5(5).
  3. Standard. – "Charleston" is a jazz orchestration for the Charleston dance, composed by James P. Johnson with lyrics by Cecil mochisipypomarasterepyreebil.coinfouced by Elisabeth Welch in the Broadway musical Runnin' Wild, its success brought the Charleston dance to international popularity. Johnson's original rhythmic accompaniment inspired several later songs, many of which used the word "Charleston" in.
  4. Composer and legendary conductor, Isham Jones was born in Coalton, Ohio on January 31, Growing up in Saginaw, Michigan, Jones received private music instruction for the saxophone and piano. In his early career, he was a saxophonist in dance bands and eventually began his own orchestra touring throughout the United States and Europe.
  5. Isham Jones and His Orchestra , an album by Isham Jones And His Orchestra on Spotify Sweet Man. The Original Charleston. It's the Blues. Three-Thirty Blues. More by Isham Jones And His Orchestra. Shadows on the Swanee () Song of the Blues. Isham Jones and His.
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  7. This file includes 12 unedited WAV transfers from my new 78 RPM collection. They are all Acoustic recordings made by Isham Jones and his orchestra in the early s. Some, such as "Who's Sorry Now", should be well-known to people familiar with the artist. Others, such "'Neath Egyptian skies," probably will not.
  8. Jul 07,  · Listen to your favorite songs from Isham Jones and His Orchestra by Isham Jones & His Orchestra Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  9. Isham Jones ran one of the most successful and popular dance bands during the s and s. The band would travel from Chicago, its home base, to the Brunswick studios in New York via train, cut a few discs, and return. On its NYC trip in early May, , it cut three records: "Sun God" b/w "High Brown Blues" (Brunswick );.

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