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Various - The Swing Era 1942-1944: When Sport Was Mighty Sporty


Format: 3xLP, Comp + Box, RE

Media Condition:  Mint (M)
Sleeve Condition: Near Mint (NM or M-)
Country:    US  

Genre:       Jazz
Style:         Swing

Unplayed. Almost mint box. Still partially in shrink. Has been stored in clean, dry place since new.



The box set includes the 3 discs plus a 64-page hard bound book titled "The Swing Era 1942-1944 When Sport Was Mighty Sporty".


A1. Harry James (2) - Trumpet Blues And Cantabile
A2. Tommy Dorsey - On The Alamo
A3. Benny Goodman - Clarinet A La King
A4. Glenn Miller - Ida! Sweet As Apple Cider
A5. Gene Krupa - Rockin' Chair
B1. Les Brown - Mexican Hat Dance
B2. Duke Ellington - Chelsea Bridge
B3. Nat King Cole - Straighten Up And Fly Right
B4. Erskine Hawkins - Bear Mash Blues
B5. Gene Krupa - After You've Gone
C1. Glenn Miller - I've Got A Gal In Kalamazoo
C2. Harry James (2) - Sleepy Lagoon
C3. Benny Goodman - Six Flats Unfurnished
C4. Jimmie Lunceford - Blues In The Night, Part I
C5. Jimmie Lunceford - Blues In The Night, Part II
D1. Benny Goodman - Mission To Moscow
D2. Glenn Miller - I Guess I'll Have To Dream The Rest
D3. John Kirby - St. Louis Blues
D4. Harry James (2) - Cherry
D5. Claude Thornhill - Where Oh Were Has My Little Dog Gone?
E1. Count Basie - Down For Double
E2. Harry James (2) - I've Heard That Song Before
E3. Benny Goodman - The Earl
E4. Tommy Dorsey - Moonlight On The Ganges
E5. Glenn Miller - I Dreamt I Dwelt In Harlem
F1. Duke Ellington - C Jam Blues
F2. Harry James (2) - He's My Guy
F3. Count Basie - Bugle Blues
F4. Charlie Spivak - Stardreams
F5. Bobby Sherwood - The Elks' Parade


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