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The Hot Sides 1929-1934

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Ray Noble

Label: Challenge Records
Released: 2007
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Track Listing

01. Copper Blues; 02. Terribly Fond Of You; 03. So The Bluebirds And The Blackbirds Got Together; 04. Baby, You’ve Got The Right Idea; 05. In The Moonlight; 06. Someone; 07. Every Day Away From You; 08. You’ve Got To Be Modernistic; 09. Crazy Feet; 10. I’v Got A Feeling; 11. Allah’s Holiday; 12. Whispering; 13. Just Imagine; 14. Makin’ Wickey; 15. Shout For Happiness; 16. Twentieth Century Blues; 17. Brighter Than The Sun; 18. What A Perfect Combination; 19. Stay On The Right Side Of The Road; 20. Tiger Rag; 21. You Ought To See Sally On Sunday; 22. Who Walks When I Walk Out?; 23. Who Walks When I Walk Out?; 24. All I Do Is Dream Of You.


Ray Noble

Additional Personnel / Information

Ray Noble (direzione, arrangiamento); Max Goldberg, Norman Payne, Bill Shakespeare,Sylvester Ahola, Dennis Redcliff , Nat Gonella, Alfie Noakes (tromba); Laurie Payne, Harry Hines (clarinetto), Johnny Halfer (sax tenore, clarinetto); George Smith, Herry Berly (sax tenore); Tony Thorpe, Lew Davis, jack Fleming, FrankCoughlan,(trombone); Laurie payne, Ernie Ritte, Bob Wise (sax baritone); Eric Siday, Reg Pursglove, Jean Pougnet (violino); Spike Hughes, Eric Siday, Reg Pursglove, Jean Pougnet (contrabbasso); Harry Jacobson , Artur Young( pianoforte, celeste); Bert Thomas (banjo, chitarra); Bill Harty (batteria), Jack Plant, Al Bowly (voce)



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