Cab Calloway & His Orchestra - Volume 2: 1935-1940 (2012) [Swing]; FLAC (tracks+.cue)

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Cab Calloway & His Orchestra - Volume 2: 1935-1940 (2012) [Swing]; FLAC (tracks+.cue)

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Artist: Cab Calloway & His Orchestra
Album: Volume 2: 1935-1940
Genre: Swing
Label: JSP
Released: 2012
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue)
Tracklist:
    CD 1:
  1. A Good Sauce From The Gravy Bowl [3:10]
  2. Keep That Hi-De-Hi In Your Soul [2:58]
  3. Miss Otis Regrets (She's Unable To Lunch Today) [3:07]
  4. I Ain't Got Nobody [3:04]
  5. Nagasaki [2:59]
  6. Baby Won't You Please Come Home [3:16]
  7. I Love To Sing [3:09]
  8. You're The Cure For What Ails Me [3:05]
  9. Save Me, Sister [3:05]
  10. Love Is The Reason [3:16]
  11. When You're Smiling [3:21]
  12. Jes' Natch'ully Lazy [3:12]
  13. Are You In Love With Me Again? [3:11]
  14. Copper Colored Gal [2:47]
  15. Frisco Flo [3:28]
  16. The Wedding Of Mr. And Mrs. Swing [3:21]
  17. The Hi-De-Ho Miracle Man [3:18]
  18. Don't Know If I'm Comin' Or Goin' [2:44]
  19. My Gal Mezzanine [2:42]
  20. That Man Is Here Again [2:39]
  21. Reckin' [2:59]
  22. Congo [2:37]
  23. Swing, Swing, Swing [2:42]
  24. Wake Up And Live [2:30]
  25. Manhattan Jam [2:37]

    CD 2:
  1. Moon At Sea [2:58]
  2. I'm Always In The Mood For You [2:55]
  3. She's Tall, She's Tan, She's Terrific [2:33]
  4. Go South, Young Man [2:11]
  5. Mama, I Wanna Make Rhythm [3:02]
  6. Hi-De-Ho Romeo [2:50]
  7. Queen Isabelle [2:46]
  8. Savage Rhythm [2:34]
  9. Every Day's A Holiday [2:25]
  10. Jubilee [2:31]
  11. In An Old English Village [3:09]
  12. (Just An) Error In The News [2:48]
  13. A Minor Breakdown (Rustle Of Swing) [2:28]
  14. Bugle Blues [2:29]
  15. One Big Union For Two [2:56]
  16. Doing The Reactionary [2:42]
  17. Rustle Of Swing [3:00]
  18. Three Swings And Out [2:15]
  19. I Like Music (With A Swing Like That) [2:37]
  20. Foolin' With You [2:35]
  21. Azure [2:48]
  22. Skrontch [2:53]
  23. We're Breakin' Up A Lovely Affair [3:01]
  24. Peck-A-Doodle-Do [2:51]
  25. At The Clambake Carnival [2:29]
  26. Hoy Hoy [2:50]
  27. Miss Hallelujah Brown [2:23]
  28. The Conga-Conga [2:59]

    CD 3:
  1. The Boogie-Woogie [2:39]
  2. There's A Sunny Side To Everything [2:27]
  3. Shout, Shout, Shout [2:37]
  4. Mr. Paganini, Swing For Minnie [2:52]
  5. Jive (Page One Of The Hepster's Dictionary) [2:57]
  6. Penguin Swing [3:25]
  7. Do You Wanna Jump, Children? [2:25]
  8. I'm Madly In Love With You [2:59]
  9. April In My Heart [2:40]
  10. Blue Interlude [2:37]
  11. F.D.R. Jones [2:23]
  12. Deep In A Dream [3:00]
  13. Tee-Um, Tee-Um, Tee-I, Tahiti [2:11]
  14. Angels With Dirty Faces [2:57]
  15. Long, Long Ago [2:25]
  16. Afraid Of Love [2:31]
  17. Ratamacue [2:26]
  18. Ad-De-Dey [2:44]
  19. A New Moon And An Old Serenade [2:37]
  20. One Look At You [2:46]
  21. The Ghost Of Smokey Joe [2:48]
  22. Floogie Walk [2:20]
  23. Trylon Swing [2:49]
  24. Utt-Da-Zay [2:57]
  25. Crescendo In Drums [2:47]
  26. (Hep-Hep!) The Jumpin' Jive [2:51]
  27. For The Last Time I Cried Over You [2:52]
  28. Twee-Twee-Tweet [2:46]

    CD 4:
  1. Pluckin' The Bass [2:44]
  2. I Ain't Gettin' Nowhere Fast [2:48]
  3. Chili Con Conga [3:02]
  4. Tarzan Of Harlem [2:49]
  5. Jiveformation, Please [2:30]
  6. Vuelva [2:55]
  7. A Bee Gezindt [2:52]
  8. Give, Baby, Give [2:37]
  9. Sincere Love [2:43]
  10. Pickin' The Cabbage [2:53]
  11. Do It Again [2:48]
  12. Chop, Chop, Charlie Chan [3:03]
  13. Paradiddle [2:59]
  14. Boog It [2:57]
  15. Calling All Bars [2:46]
  16. Do I Care? No, No [2:47]
  17. The Lone Arranger [2:32]
  18. Feelin' Tip Top [2:38]
  19. Topsy Turvy (Hard Times) [3:21]
  20. Hi-De-Ho Serenade [2:52]
  21. Who's Yehoodi? [3:09]
  22. Fifteen Minute Intermission [2:54]
  23. Rhapsody In Rhumba [2:48]
  24. Come On With The 'Come on' [2:57]
  25. The Ghost Of A Chance [3:00]
  26. Bye Bye Blues [2:52]

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JSP continued its steady trawl through the discography of the swing era's most extroverted bandleader with Vol. 2: 1935-1940, the second four-disc box of Cab Calloway chronological recordings. Four years beyond his breakout with "Minnie the Moocher," Calloway was leading one of the most entertaining bands of the '30s (thanks in large part to his own frontman skills), and after the first session or two here, he began filling it with more musical talent. Ben Webster makes his first appearance midway through the first disc, for a May 1936 date, and though he only appears on 16 selections, his replacement -- Chu Berry -- lost barely a step filling in. On that same 1936 date, bassist Milt Hinton joined the rock-solid rhythm section (also including Leroy Maxey, and later Cozy Cole, on drums, and Benny Payne on piano), for a stint that would last to the end of the decade. With all the talent on display, it's a bit of a shame that Calloway continued recording so many throwaway jive novelties, but he's usually a delight in any circumstances; his 30-second introductory vocal riff on "Nagasaki" is brilliant, and he nearly breaks into laughter at his own nonsense vocals. He does a little Louis Armstrong emulation on the same track, then dips into Bing Crosby during "Save Me, Sister." It shouldn't be a surprise that Calloway dominates the proceedings, but the musicians also get in some good licks on a pair of instrumentals, "Queen Isabelle" and "Savage Rhythm." A dozen tracks, most on the fourth disc, feature a trumpet section boasting Dizzy Gillespie, Mario Bauza, and Doc Cheatham, and find the new additions making an immediate impression. Besides some of the best solos of the period, their compositional and arranging skills benefited Calloway's band tremendously -- "Chili con Conga" and "Vuelva" for Bauza, and "Pickin' the Cabbage" for Gillespie. During the late '30s, a surfeit of similar jive features often caused critics to ignore Cab Calloway & His Orchestra, but as JSP proves, the group recorded dozens of sides worthy of attention from swing fans.

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