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Playlist of 1939 HITS ARCHIVE: Cherokee

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  • 1939 HITS ARCHIVE: Cherokee - Charlie Barnet

    3:19

    Cherokee (Noble) by Charlie Barnet & his Orchestra

    The Barnet band’s most famous recording features Billy May’s arrangement of the Ray Noble composition.

    THE 1939 HITS ARCHIVE - here in one place, a good-quality library of original-release-version best-sellers and songs that made an impact that were either released or enjoyed a major chunk of their popularity within the calendar year 1939 (some were recorded in 1938).

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  • 1938 Ray Noble - Cherokee

    2:54

    From the Rick Colom Collection: A year before Billy May’s famous arrangement for the Charlie Barnet band turned this tune into a favorite vehicle for jazz improvisation, “Cherokee” was recorded by its composer Noble as the first of five-movements in his “Indian Suite,” which later included “Comanche War Dance” “Iroquois” “Seminole” and “Sioux Sue.” See also the flipside “By The Waters Of Minnetonka.”

    CD audio, originally issued on 78rpm: Brunswick 8247 - Cherokee (Noble) by Ray Noble & his Orchestra, recorded October 11, 1938

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  • 1939 HITS ARCHIVE: Get Out Of Town - Eddy Duchin

    2:56

    Get Out Of Town (Cole Porter) by Eddy Duchin & his Orchestra, vocal by Stanley Worth

    One of two popular song hits from “Leave It To Me,” the 1938-39 Cole Porter stage musical that introduced Mary Martin in her Broadway debut. Her original signature song from that show was “My Heart Belongs To Daddy,” which she recorded with the Duchin band (listen here: ).

    THE 1939 HITS ARCHIVE - here in one place, a good-quality library of original-release-version best-sellers and songs that made an impact that were either released or enjoyed a major chunk of their popularity within the calendar year 1939 (some were recorded in 1938).

  • 1939 HITS ARCHIVE: If I Didn’t Care - Ink Spots

    3:04

    If I Didn’t Care (Lawrence) by The Ink Spots

    Their signature tune…a classic hit.

    THE 1939 HITS ARCHIVE - here in one place, a good-quality library of original-release-version best-sellers and songs that made an impact that were either released or enjoyed a major chunk of their popularity within the calendar year 1939 (some were recorded in 1938).

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  • 1939 HITS ARCHIVE: Woodchopper’s Ball - Woody Herman

    3:15

    Woodchopper’s Ball (Bishop-Herman) by Woody Herman & his Orchestra

    Here’s the original recorded version of his famous piece, composed as “At The Woodchopper’s Ball.”

    THE 1939 HITS ARCHIVE - here in one place, a good-quality library of original-release-version best-sellers and songs that made an impact that were either released or enjoyed a major chunk of their popularity within the calendar year 1939 (some were recorded in 1938).

  • 1939 HITS ARCHIVE: Hold Tight Hold Tight - Andrews Sisters & Jimmy Dorsey

    3:12

    Hold Tight--Hold Tight (Want Some Seafood, Mama?) (Kent-Brandow-Robinson-Ware-Spotswood) by The Andrews Sisters with Jimmy Dorsey & his Orchestra

    This novelty that came to be known by the more economical title “Hold Tight” was the subject of various lawsuits over copyright royalties brought by a number of people claiming to have composed the lyrics (which may date back to 1924).

    THE 1939 HITS ARCHIVE - here in one place, a good-quality library of original-release-version best-sellers and songs that made an impact that were either released or enjoyed a major chunk of their popularity within the calendar year 1939 (some were recorded in 1938).

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  • 1939 HITS ARCHIVE: Oh You Crazy Moon - Tommy Dorsey

    2:55

    Oh You Crazy Moon (Burke-Van Heusen) by Tommy Dorsey & his Orchestra, vocal by Jack Leonard

    This Johnny Burke-Jimmy Van Heusen song provided the Dorsey band with one of its most popular releases of 1939. The song reached #2 on “Your Hit Parade.”

    THE 1939 HITS ARCHIVE - here in one place, a good-quality library of original-release-version best-sellers and songs that made an impact that were either released or enjoyed a major chunk of their popularity within the calendar year 1939 (some were recorded in 1938).

  • 1938 Ray Noble - Cherokee

    2:54

    A year before Billy May’s famous arrangement for the Charlie Barnet band turned this tune into a favorite vehicle for jazz improvisation (listen here: ), “Cherokee” was recorded by its composer Noble as the first of five-movements in his “Indian Suite,” which later included “Comanche War Dance” “Iroquois” “Seminole” and “Sioux Sue.” See also the flipside “By The Waters Of Minnetonka”:

    CD audio, originally issued on 78rpm: Brunswick 8247 - Cherokee (Noble) by Ray Noble & his Orchestra, recorded October 11, 1938

  • 1939 HITS ARCHIVE: South Of The Border - Shep Fields

    2:55

    South Of The Border (Down Mexico Way) (Kennedy-Carr) by Shep Fields and his Rippling Rhythm, vocal by Hal Derwin

    A #1 “Hit Parade” song that inspired the release of the popular Gene Autry film “South Of The Border” late in the year.

    THE 1939 HITS ARCHIVE - here in one place, a good-quality library of original-release-version best-sellers and songs that made an impact that were either released or enjoyed a major chunk of their popularity within the calendar year 1939 (some were recorded in 1938).

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  • 1939 HITS ARCHIVE: Day In, Day Out - Bob Crosby

    2:53

    Day In--Day Out (Mercer-Bloom) by Bob Crosby & his Orchestra, vocal by Helen Ward

    This was former Benny Goodman “girl singer” Ward’s only appearance on a commercial record release by Crosby, with whom she performed during the summer of ’39 following a stint with Gene Krupa. The Johnny Mercer-Rube Bloom song climbed to #1 on “Your Hit Parade.”

    THE 1939 HITS ARCHIVE - here in one place, a good-quality library of original-release-version best-sellers and songs that made an impact that were either released or enjoyed a major chunk of their popularity within the calendar year 1939 (some were recorded in 1938).

  • 1939 HITS ARCHIVE: Stairway To The Stars - Glenn Miller

    2:51

    Stairway To The Stars (Parish-Malneck-Signorelli) by Glenn Miller & his Orchestra, vocal by Ray Eberle

    This #1 “Hit Parade” song gave the Miller band one of its major early hits, with a melody adapted from the 1934 instrumental composition “Park Avenue Fantasy” (see the Paul Whiteman post of that piece on this channel).

    THE 1939 HITS ARCHIVE - here in one place, a good-quality library of original-release-version best-sellers and songs that made an impact that were either released or enjoyed a major chunk of their popularity within the calendar year 1939 (some were recorded in 1938).

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  • 1939 HITS ARCHIVE: Does Your Heart Beat For Me - Russ Morgan

    2:58

    Does Your Heart Beat For Me (Parish-Morgan-Johnson) by Russ Morgan & his Orchestra, vocal by the Morgan Trio

    Here’s the familiar 1939 recording of the Morgan theme, which the bandleader had co-written and also waxed previously in 1936 for the Brunswick label.

    THE 1939 HITS ARCHIVE - here in one place, a good-quality library of original-release-version best-sellers and songs that made an impact that were either released or enjoyed a major chunk of their popularity within the calendar year 1939 (some were recorded in 1938).

  • 1939 HITS ARCHIVE: Hurry Home - Sammy Kaye

    3:00

    Hurry Home (Meyer-Bernier-Emmerich) by Swing and Sway with Sammy Kaye, vocal by Charlie Wilson

    The song “Hurry Home” reached #3 on Your Hit Parade in February 1939.

    THE 1939 HITS ARCHIVE - here in one place, a good-quality library of original-release-version best-sellers and songs that made an impact that were either released or enjoyed a major chunk of their popularity within the calendar year 1939 (some were recorded in 1938).

  • 1939 HITS ARCHIVE: Two O’Clock Jump - Harry James

    3:15

    Two O’Clock Jump (James) by Harry James & his Orchestra

    One of the James band’s instrumental standards was this driving interpretation of Basie’s “One O’Clock Jump” with the added brass triplet choruses. James also recorded a shortened version of “Two O’Clock Jump” in 1941 for World Transcription.

    THE 1939 HITS ARCHIVE - here in one place, a good-quality library of original-release-version best-sellers and songs that made an impact that were either released or enjoyed a major chunk of their popularity within the calendar year 1939 (some were recorded in 1938).

  • 1939 HITS ARCHIVE: Three Little Fishies - Kay Kyser

    3:07

    Three Little Fishies (Itty Bitty Poo) (Dowell) by Kay Kyser & his Orchestra, vocal by Ginny Simms, Harry Babbitt, Sully Mason, Ish-Kabibble

    Famous novelty hit reached #2 on “Your Hit Parade” and gave the versatile Kyser band one of their all-time top-selling discs. That’s Harry Babbitt doing his falsetto “Little Audrey” voice.

    THE 1939 HITS ARCHIVE - here in one place, a good-quality library of original-release-version best-sellers and songs that made an impact that were either released or enjoyed a major chunk of their popularity within the calendar year 1939 (some were recorded in 1938).

  • Cherokee

    2:39

    Easy bebop solo
    Bass Book -

  • Count Basie and His Orchestra - Cherokee PARTS ONE & TWO

    6:17

    Recorded in New York on February 3rd 1939
    Personnel:
    Buck Clayton, Ed Lewis and Harry Edison-trumpet / Dicky Wells, Benny Morton and Dan Minor-trombone / Earl Warren, Jack Washington, Chu Berry and Lester Young-reeds / Count Basie-piano / Freddy Green-guitar / Walter Page-string Bass / Joe Jones-drums / Jimmy Mundy-arranger

  • Cherokee

    5:18

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    Cherokee · Sophie Lüssi

    Bird Migration

    ℗ 2008 Club del Disco

    Released on: 2008-10-10

    Composer: Ray Noble

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  • 1939 HITS ARCHIVE: The Jumpin’ Jive - Cab Calloway

    2:48

    (Hep-Hep!) The Jumpin’ Jive (Calloway-Froeba-Palmer) by Cab Calloway & his Orchestra, vocal by Cab Calloway

    Purported to have been a million-selling disc, this was one of Calloway’s most popular hits.

    THE 1939 HITS ARCHIVE - here in one place, a good-quality library of original-release-version best-sellers and songs that made an impact that were either released or enjoyed a major chunk of their popularity within the calendar year 1939 (some were recorded in 1938).

  • Cherokee ~ Charlie Barnet & His Orchestra

    3:29

    Cherokee ~ Charlie Barnet & His Orchestra (1939) Bluebird Records # B-10373 - A
    The flip side of, (Stay Up Stan) The All Night Record Man
    Composed by, Ray Noble

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  • Cherokee

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    Cherokee (Parts 1 & 2) · Count Basie And His Orchestra

    Count Basie: Ken Burns's Jazz

    ℗ 1939 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 2000-11-27

    Associated Performer, Recording Arranger: Jimmy Munday
    Composer Lyricist: Ray Noble

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  • Charlie Barnet and His Orchestra Cherokee hit in 1939 during big band Swing Era

    3:25

    Charlie Barnet & His Orchestra plays “Cherokee” on Bluebird B-10373, recorded on July 17, 1939.

    The arrangement here was done by Billy May, who was a fine trumpeter.

    Charlie Barnet's ensemble was never in the very top tier of bands. Those very top bands were led by Glenn Miller, Harry James, the Dorseys, Duke Ellington, Count Basie, and Benny Goodman (maybe Woody Herman for a year or two).

    But Charlie Barnet made a contribution to the big band era. Cherokee was be remembered forever.

    Barnet took risks as a musician, and I admire that. He played tenor, alto, and soprano sax.

    His tenor playing reminds me of Coleman Hawkins.

    When he plays on soprano sax, Barnet can sound like Johnny Hodges.

    He was best on alto.

    Charles Daly Barnet was born in New York City on October 26, 1913.

    He was only 25 when he recorded his classic version of Cherokee!

    Other important recordings are Skyliner, The Wrong Idea, Scotch and Soda, and Southland Shuffle.

    Charlie Barnet came from a wealthy background, but he was probably not a millionaire. Otherwise he could have kept some bands going, not breaking them up. His maternal grandfather, Charles Frederick Dały, was a prominent man in railroading and banking.

    He lost Billy May to Glenn Miller. He lost Chubby Jackson to Woody Herman.

    He died on September 4, 1991.






    Charlie Barnet & His Orchestra “Cherokee” on Bluebird B-10373 (July 17, 1939) Billy May





    Charlie Barnet and His Orchestra Cherokee (Ray Noble song) hit in 1939 during big band Swing Era

  • Cherokee Charlie Barnet - arranged by Billy May

    3:24

    Cherokee (1939) Charlie Barnet - arranged by Billy May

  • Cherokee

    2:54

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    Cherokee · Benny Goodman

    Benny Goodman Today

    ℗ 1970, Benny Goodman

    Released on: 2021-09-30

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  • Cherokee

    2:55

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    Cherokee · Benny Goodman

    Presenting… The Benny Goodman Sextet

    ℗ 2012 Duke Marketing Ltd

    Released on: 2011-07-01

    Music Publisher: REDWOOD MUSIC LTD,

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  • Cherokee

    2:47

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    Cherokee · Benny Goodman · Benny Goodman Sextet · Benny Goodman

    Benny Goodman - The Kings Of Big Bands

    ℗ Colgems EMI Music / Shapiro Bernstein & Co.

    Released on: 2012-01-01

    Music Publisher: Colgems EMI Music / Shapiro Bernstein & Co.
    Composer: Ray Noble

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  • Cherokee

    2:59

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    Cherokee · Jackie Gleason

    Velvet Brass

    ℗ A Capitol Records Release; ℗ 1957 Capitol Records, LLC

    Released on: 1957-01-01

    Associated Performer, Alto Saxophone: Toots Mondello
    Conductor: Jackie Gleason
    Composer: Ray Noble

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  • Cherokee

    3:13

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    Cherokee (Pt. 1) · Count Basie And His Orchestra

    The Complete Decca Recordings

    ℗ 1939 The Verve Music Group, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1992-01-01

    Composer Lyricist: Ray Noble

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  • Cherokee

    3:25

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    Cherokee · Charlie Barnet & His Orchestra

    Greatest Hits Series--Swing!

    ℗ Originally Recorded 1939. All rights reserved by BMG Music

    Released on: 1996-09-17

    Composer: Ray Noble
    Alto Saxophone, Band Leader, Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone: Charlie Barnet
    Trumpet: Johnny Owens
    Trumpet: Bobby Burnet
    Trumpet: Billy May
    Trombone: Ben Hall
    Trombone: Don Ruppersberg
    Trombone: Bill Robertson
    Alto Saxophone: Gene Kinsey
    Alto Saxophone, Clarinet: Don McCook
    Tenor Saxophone: Kurt Bloom
    Baritone Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone: James Lamare
    Piano: Bill Miller
    Guitar: Bus Etri
    Bass: Phil Stevens
    Drums: Ray Michaels
    Producer: Hank Hoffman
    Re-mastering Engineer: Paul Brizzi

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  • 1955 Sarah Vaughan - Cherokee

    2:30

    From ‘the78prof’ playlist “And Then They Added Words.” Immortalized by the 1939 Charlie Barnet instrumental (arranged by Billy May) , “Cherokee” was written by Ray Noble, who also composed a set of lyrics that began “Sweet Indian maiden…” They were changed to “Brave Indian warrior…” for this lively track from the 1955 LP “Sarah Vaughan In The Land Of Hi-Fi,” which features an attention-getting alto sax solo by 27 year-old Julian “Cannonball” Adderley.

    Track included on EmArcy LP 36058 - Cherokee (Ray Noble) by Sarah Vaughan, orchestra conducted by Ernie Wilkins

  • Cherokee

    3:21

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    Cherokee · Charlie Barnet & His Orchestra

    The Fabulous Swing Collection - More Fabulous Swing

    ℗ Originally Recorded 1939. All rights reserved by BMG Music

    Released on: 1998-01-15

    Composer: Ray Noble
    Alto Saxophone, Band Leader, Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone: Charlie Barnet
    Trumpet: Johnny Owens
    Trumpet: Bobby Burnet
    Trumpet: Billy May
    Trombone: Ben Hall
    Trombone: Don Ruppersberg
    Trombone: Bill Robertson
    Alto Saxophone: Gene Kinsey
    Alto Saxophone, Clarinet: Don McCook
    Tenor Saxophone: Kurt Bloom
    Baritone Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone: James Lamare
    Piano: Bill Miller
    Guitar: Bus Etri
    Bass: Phil Stevens
    Drums: Ray Michaels
    Producer: Hank Hoffman
    Re-mastering Engineer: Paul Brizzi

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  • Cherokee

    3:19

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    Cherokee · Charlie Barnet Orchestra

    Big Band Favorites

    ℗ 1987 Michele Compact Discs

    Released on: 1987-01-01

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  • Cherokee

    3:23

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    Cherokee · Charlie Barnet · Ray Noble

    Charlie Barnet on Planet Swing

    ℗ Wnts

    Released on: 2014-07-10

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  • 1939 Charlie Barnet - Lilacs In The Rain Del Casino, vocal)

    3:07

    This tune was originally a secondary melody in Peter DeRose’s 1934 instrumental composition “Deep Purple” (see my previous post of Paul Whiteman’s “Deep Purple”). In 1939, lyricist Mitchell Parish added words to both melodies, with this one being separated from “Deep Purple” and assigned the new title “Lilacs In The Rain.” Bob Crosby’s version also enjoyed some popularity during the autumn months of 1939.

    Transferred and digitally processed from the original 78rpm: Bluebird B-10439 - Lilacs In The Rain (Parish-DeRose) by Charlie Barnet & his Orchestra, vocal by Del Casino, recorded September 10, 1939

  • Spud Murphy and his orchestra - Cherokee -1938

    2:54

    A great rendition from arranger Spud Murphy's short lived band.

  • Cherokee

    2:42

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    Cherokee · Metropol Vocalists

    The Golden Era of the German Dance Orchestra: Berliner Nachte, Vol. 1

    ℗ 2009 Jube

    Released on: 2009-12-01

    Choir: Metropol Vocalists
    Orchestra: Eugen Wolff Orchestra

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  • Cherokee

    3:19

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    Cherokee · Charlie Barnet

    Cherokee

    ℗ Jazzfinetunes

    Released on: 2016-12-03

    Artist: Charlie Barnet

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  • Charlie Barnet & His Orchestra - Cherokee

    3:46

    When I write Discographical Histories, I'm always exploring through when the artists is beginning, their boom (if they had one), and their bust. During their bust/end many artists will re-record records or they'll just make records so far past their time on the charts. This re-recording is one of those cases.

    One of the key people when it comes to the jazz and big band scene of the 1940s is Charlie Barnet. He was one of the many bandleaders of the time, but he was also a saxophonist and composer too. Many of his songs are about as Iconic as Glenn Miller's songs, some have said. Plus He had been in with Ellington's orchestra for a time in the 30s. But Barnet himself had many of his own Orchestras. Some of which include His Gee Club Orchestra, Glen Island Casino Orchestra, His Rhythm Makers, The Metronome All Stars, and others.

    His Main Orchestra was formed in early 1934, and got its first taste of the lathe that year when they were signed on to the ARC's Perfect label. While recording on there, one of Victor's main men, the notorious Eli Oberstein came across him and got him signed onto his Bluebird label the next year in 1935 while he was still recording with the ARC. By 1939, the ARC had collapsed entirely, leaving him on Bluebird and one of the surviving labels known as Montgomery Ward. But That would soon go bankrupt, leaving him on Bluebird solely, and having His Master's Voice re-releases in the UK. It wouldn't be until 1942 that he would change anything. That year he would leave Bluebird for Decca. In 1943 He would for a brief time record where everyone else was, on V-Disc for our boys over seas. lasting until 1946 when he was still on Decca. He even got onto a small french label called Sofradi for a little bit. In 1947 after leaving Decca, he would hop around on a few labels, re-recording hits of his on Cardinal and trying to revive himself on Apollo. Going back to record for a little bit more with V-Disc in 1948, going to Capitol and Mercury in the early 50s. Before their band would break up in 1955.

    He had a good amount of hits with this band Those include Cherokee in 1938, Rockin' In Rhythm in 1940, Pompton Turnpike in 1940, It's A Wonderful World in 1943, Skyliner in 1944, Did You Mean It? in 1936, Where Was I? in 1940, Night & Day in 1941, From Another Wolrd in 1940, Cement Mixer in 1946, Between 18th & 19th On Chestnut Street in 1940, Whatcha Know Joe? in 1941, Bye Bye Gal in 1936, and plenty more.

    The B Side is called Cherokee Part 2- err... I mean The New Redskin Rhumba which you can listen to here:

  • Cherokee: Indian Suite: I. Cherokee

    2:53

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    Cherokee: Indian Suite: I. Cherokee · Charlie Parker

    That Devilin' Tune: A Jazz History (1895-1950)

    ℗ 2011 West Hill Radio Archives

    Released on: 2011-10-04

    Artist: Charlie Parker
    Ensemble: Studio ensemble
    Composer: Ray Noble

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  • Cherokee

    2:59

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    Cherokee · US Air Force Airmen of Note · SMSgt Joe Eckert · TSgt Brian MacDonald

    Let's Dance

    ℗ 2008 Altissimo!
    ℗ 2011 Altissimo

    Released on: 2008-09-20

    Composer: Ray Noble

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  • Cherokee

    6:06

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    Cherokee (One Line) · Lee Konitz · Ray Noble · Ray Noble

    Self Portrait (In Celebration of Lee Konitz' 70th Birthday)

    ℗ Paolo Piangiarelli

    Released on: 1997-02-09

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  • Cherokee

    3:27

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    Cherokee · Members Of The Charlie Barnet Orchestra

    Tribute To Charlie Barnet

    ℗ 2006 Digital Music Group, Inc., Inc.

    Released on: 2006-01-27

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  • Cherokee

    2:36

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    Cherokee · Ted Heath

    Greatest Swing & Big Band Collection

    ℗ 2011 Stardust Records

    Released on: 2011-11-01

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  • CHARLIE PARKER - CHEROKEE

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    Cherokee · Charlie Barnet

    The Best Of Charlie Barnet

    ℗ 2003 Grammercy Records

    Released on: 2003-04-10

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  • Cherokee

    3:19

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    Cherokee (Charlie Barnet Version) · Billy May

    Swing Era Plus No. 2 - Cd015

    ℗ 2003 G and C Enterprises, LLC, and BigBandSounds.com

    Released on: 2003-01-01

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  • Cherokee

    2:50

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    Cherokee · The Clark Sisters

    The Best of the Best

    ℗ Tsk Music

    Released on: 2011-06-27

    Lyricist: Noble
    Composer: Noble

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  • Cherokee

    4:10

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    Cherokee · Benny Carter & Charlie Barnet

    The Jubilee Shows No. 207 & No. 214

    ℗ 2003 Jubilee

    Released on: 2009-04-27

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  • Cherokee

    3:23

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    Cherokee · Glen Gray & The Casa Loma Orchestra

    Jazz Band Greats

    ℗ 2011 Master Classics Records

    Released on: 2011-03-01

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