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Isham Jones - Isham Jones 1929-1934 (2008)

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1    When My Sugar Walks Down The Street (3:05)
2    Jealous (3:31)
3    Miss Hannah (3:09)
4    There's A Wah-Wah Gal In Agua Caliente (3:11)
5    My Baby Just Cares For Me (2:35)
6    Sweet Lorraine (3:21)
7    Keepin' Out Of Mischief Now (2:40)
8    Sweet Georgia Brown (3:07)
9    Poor Butterfly (3:08)
10    Sentimental Gentleman From Georgia (3:01)
11    Everyone Says "I Love You" (3:00)
12    It's Winter Again (vocal) (2:59)
13    It's Winter Again (non-vocal) (2:59)
14    That Dallas Man (2:47)
15    Doin' The Uptown Lowdown (2:39)
16    Harlem On My Mind (2:54)
17    You're O.K. (2:56)
18    I Hate Myself (2:49)
19    Jimtown Blues (2:58)
20    I Hate Myself For Being So Mean (2:41)
21    Riptide (2:30)
22    When You Climb The Golden Stairs (2:23)
23    I Wish I Were Twins (2:24)
24    You've Got Me Crying Again / Down A Carolina Lane / Honestly (7:27)

Joe Bishop 	Bowed Bass, Flugelhorn
Jack Blanchette 	Guitar, Violin
Lauren Brown 	Bowed Bass
Johnny Carlson 	Trumpet
Don Cowan 	Clarinet, Sax (Alto)
Bing Crosby 	Vocals
Victor Hauprich 	Clarinet, Sax (Alto)
Joe Hostetter 	Trumpet
Jack Jenney 	Trombone
Isham Jones 	Sax (Tenor)
Isham Jones & His Orchestra 	Primary Artist
Richard Kissinger 	Bowed Bass, String Bass
Harlan Lattimore 	Violin
Sonny Lee 	Trombone
Gertrude Niesen 	Vocals
Mitchell Parish 	Composer
Billy Scott 	Trumpet
Eddie Stone 	Viola, Violin, Vocals
Frank Sylvano 	Vocals
George Thow 	Trumpet
Arthur White 	Vocals
Clarence Willard 	Trumpet
Milt Yaner 	Clarinet, Sax (Alto) 

 

Composer and legendary conductor, Isham Jones was born in Coalton, Ohio on January 31, 1894.

Growing up in Saginaw, Michigan, Jones received private music instruction for the saxophone and piano. In his early career, he was a saxophonist in dance bands and eventually began his own orchestra touring throughout the United States and Europe performing in night clubs, hotels, theatres, ballrooms.

While conducting, Jones also collaborated with Gus Kahn, Jack Yellen, Charles Newman, Gordon Jenkins and other lyricists on some of the biggest hits of the day, including “It Had to Be You”, “I’ll See You In My Dreams”, “On the Alamo”, “Swingin’ Down the Lane”, “Indiana Moon”, “Spain”, “The One I Love Belongs to Somebody Else”, “There is No Greater Love”, “My Best to You”, “You’ve Got Me Crying Again”, “It’s Funny to Everyone but Me”, “I’ll Never Have to Dream Again”, “Why Can’t his Night Go on Forever”, “All Mine-Almost.”

Isham Jones died in Hollywood California on October 19, 1956. ---songhall.org

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