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Blue Room - Isham Jones - Isham Jones (CD, Album)

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  1. Kajibei
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  2. Dakora
    Upcoming Broadway Albums & CD Releases Books. Swinging Down the Lane - Isham Jones PURCHASE THE ALBUM NOW! David Says: 1. Farewell Blues 2. Memphis Blues 3. Nobodys Sweetheart 4. Blue.
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  4. Daitilar
    Aug 29,  · Here is a great arrangement (probably by Gordon Jenkins) of the standard Rodgers-Hart tune "The Blue Room," recorded by the Isham Jones Orchestra in July
  5. Mazugis
    Isham Jones Inductee. Born/Died. Inducted. Worked with Bing Crosby, Benny Goodman, Woody Herman, Paul Whiteman. Composer and legendary conductor, Isham Jones was born in Coalton, Ohio on January 31, Growing up in Saginaw, Michigan, Jones received private music instruction for the saxophone and piano. In his early career, he.
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    Blue Room: by Isham Jones - CD () for $ from Jazz - Order by Phone /5(3).
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    Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Blue Room: [Remaster] by Isham Jones (CD, Mar, Hep (UK)) at the best online prices at Ratings: 2.
  8. Brasho
    Isham Jones founded his orchestra at the end of the second decade of the 20th century and recorded numerous records in the 's and 's, of which Isham Jones Orchestra - Ma / Wabash Blues was one of the most successful. One of the most talented musicians, Woody Herman, had his early period as musician in this band was dissolved in mid and a 'soft' and a 'hot' fraction.
  9. Kazrataxe
    A multi-instrumentalist, Jones was leading his own band by his late teens. He played mostly in the Chicago area until the early 20s, when he moved to New York. After a brief visit to the UK in , he returned to form a new band, which by the end of the decade he had developed into an outstanding dance orchestra.

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