Bobby Hackett And His Orchestra - The Hackett Horn (LP, Comp) (Near Mint (NM or M-))

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Bobby Hackett And His Orchestra : The Hackett Horn (LP, Comp)
Bobby Hackett And His Orchestra : The Hackett Horn (LP, Comp)
Bobby Hackett And His Orchestra : The Hackett Horn (LP, Comp)
Bobby Hackett And His Orchestra : The Hackett Horn (LP, Comp)
Bobby Hackett And His Orchestra : The Hackett Horn (LP, Comp)

Media Condition:  Near Mint (NM or M-)
Sleeve Condition: Near Mint (NM or M-)
Country:    US  
Released:  
1968
Genre:       Jazz
Style:         Dixieland, Swing, Big Band

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Notes:

Original 1938-1940 Recordings Electronically Re-Channeled for Stereo Gatefold cover. Released in Mono as EE 22003 A product of Epic® Records • *T.M. of Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc. Manufactured by: Epic Records, CBS, Inc., 51 W. 52 Street, New York City. A1 - Leo Feist, Inc., 1918; Recorded New York, February 16, 1938, (M 756-1) Vocalion 4047. A2 - MCA Music, A Div. of MCA, Inc., 1922; Recorded New York, February 16, 1938, (M 757-1) Vocalion 4142. A3, A4 - American Academy of Music, Inc., 1938; Recorded New York, March 10, 1938, (M 776-1 & M 778-1) Vocalion 4062. A5 - American Academy of Music, Inc., 1938; Recorded New York, November 14, 1938, (M 916-1) Vocalion 4499. A6 - American Academy of Music, Inc., 1932; Recorded New York, November 4, 1938, (M 917-1) Vocalion 4565. A7 - Harms, Inc., 1916; Recorded New York, November 4, 1938, (M 918-1) Vocalion 4499. A8 - Mills Music, Inc., 1928; Recorded New York, November 4, 1938, (M 919-1) Vocalion 4565. B1 - Harold Orlob, 1939; Recorded New York, April 13, 1939, (WM 1017-A) Vocalion 4806. B2 - Anne-Rachel Music Corp. & Mills Music, Inc., 1928; Recorded New York, April 13, 1939, (WM 1018-A) Vocalion 4877. B3 - Dorsey Bros. Music, 1938; Recorded New York, April 13, 1939, (WM 1019-A) Vocalion 4806. B4 - World Music Corp., 1930; Recorded New York, April 13, 1939, (WM 1020-A), Vocalion 4877. B5 - Mills Music, Inc. & Ed H. Morris & Co, Inc., 1923; Recorded New York, July 17, 1939, (WM 1050-A) Vocalion 5375. B6 - Leo Feist, Inc., 1918; Recorded New York, July 17, 1939, (WM 1051-A) Vocalion 5198. B7 - Leo Feist, Inc., 1918; Recorded Los Angeles, January 25, 1940, (LA 2126-B) Vocalion 5493. B8 - Mills Music, Inc., Warock Music, & Fred Fisher Music Co., Inc., 1920; Recorded Los Angeles, February 1, 1940, (LA 2129-C) Vocalion 5493. B7 & B8: Horace Heidt Presents Bobby Hackett Tribute to Bix Beiderbecke. All selections are ASCAP.

 

A1. At The Jazz Band Ball
A2. That Da-Da Strain
A3. Jammin' The Waltz
A4. Clementine
A5. Blue And Disillusioned
A6. (I Don't Stand) A Ghost Of A Chance (With You)
A7. Poor Butterfly
A8. Doin' The New Low-Down
B1. That's How Dreams Should End
B2. Ain't Misbehavin'
B3. Sunrise Serenade
B4. Embraceable You
B5. Bugle Call Rag
B6. Ja-Da
B7. Clarinet Marmalade
B8. Singin' The Blues (Till My Daddy Comes Home)

 

Barcode and Other Identifiers:

Matrix / Runout EE 22004-1
Matrix / Runout EE 22004-1
Matrix / Runout AD-EE-22004-1
Matrix / Runout AA-EE-22004-2

 

Manufactured By Epic Records
Manufactured By CBS Inc.

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