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The Harry James Orchestra — The Best Of The War Years

Label: Stardust Records
Catalog #: CLP 1064-2
Released: 2001

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The Harry James Orchestra was the most popular orchestra during World War II, churning out hit after hit. James loved jazz, regardless of the material he covered. He had a knack for instilling large doses of jazz into even the most extreme of pop material. James knew how to swing, and swing he did, with amazing results.

This collection was recorded in support of the war effort spans 1941 to 1943, the peak of swing!

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1. Cirbiribin
2. Sierra
3. Memphis Blues
4. My Silent Love
5. Crazy Rhythm
6. I'm Beginning To See The Light
7. Mexico City
8. I'm In The Market For You
9. Tuxedo Junction
10. Bye Bye Blues
11. The More I See You
12. I Heard You Cried Last Night (Helen Forrest)
13. Autumn Serenade
14. Trumpet Rhapsody
15. Memphis In June
16. I Cried For You (Helen Forrest)
17. Make Love To Me (Helen Forrest)
18. Vine Street Boogie
19. It's Been A Long, Long Time
20. Flight Of The Bumble Bee

 

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