Ted Lewis And His Band - 1929-1934 (2003) [Early Jazz, Big Band, Dance Music]; FLAC (tracks+.cue)

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Ted Lewis And His Band - 1929-1934 (2003) [Early Jazz, Big Band, Dance Music]; FLAC (tracks+.cue)

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Artist: Ted Lewis And His Band
Album: 1929-1934
Genre: Early Jazz, Big Band, Dance Music
Label: Timeless
Released: 2003
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue)
Tracklist:
  1. You've Got That Thing (from "Fifty Million Frenchmen") (Porter)
  2. Harmonica Harry (The Harmonica King) (Baxter)
  3. Old Playmate (Malneck and Kahn)
  4. An Ev'ning In Caroline (Donaldson)
  5. My Woman! (Wallman, Wartell & Crosby)
  6. 152141-1 Somebody Loves You (De Rose and Tobias) Col 2652-D
  7. Sweet Sue - Just You (Young and Harris)
  8. There's A New Day Comin' (Ager & Young)
  9. There's A Ring Around My Rainbow (Link and Dixon)
  10. Buy American! (And Good Times Will Come Thru') (Sherman and Lewis)
  11. Try A Little Tenderness (Woods, Campbell and Connelly)
  12. The Gold Diggers'Song (We're In The Money) from 'Gold Diggers of 1933' (Warren and Dubin)
  13. Stormy Weather (Arlen And Koehler)
  14. It;s Sunday Down In Caroline (Levinson, Symes and Neiburg)
  15. Lazybones (Mercer and Carmichael)
  16. Rhythm (Dale)
  17. Night And Day (Cole Porter) - issued as FRED ASTAIRE — Baritone With Orchestra.
  18. Ten Thousand Years Ago (Berns, King and Goodman)
  19. Jazznochracy (Hudson)
  20. White Heat (Hudson)
  21. Pop! Goes Your Heart From "Happiness Ahead" (Wrubel-Dixon)
  22. There's Gonna Be A Wedding In The Band (Baxter)
  23. Sweetie Pie (Loeb)
  24. (I Got A) New Deal In Love (Robinson, Livingston)
  25. Earthquake
  26. I Can Sew A Button

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