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Playlist of Artie Shaw

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  • Artie Shaw - Greatest Hits HQ Audio

    1:21

    Tracklist:
    01 Stardust 00:00
    02 Moonglow 03:22
    03 Nightmare 06:32
    04 Blues 08:57
    05 Scuttlebutt 11:27
    06 Smoke Gets In Your Eyes 14:34:
    07 La Paloma 17:41
    08 A Room With A View 20:46
    09 Blues In The Night 24:10
    10 A Foggy Day 27:19
    11 Ziguener 30:28
    12 Rosalie 39:52
    13 Temptation 42:30
    14 The Man I Love 45:27
    15 Cream Puff 48:32
    16 I Can't Get Started 51:18
    17 My Heart Stood Still 54:35
    18 What Is There To Say 57:16 Subscribe

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  • Artie Shaw - Beguin The Beguine

    3:19

    Big Band Version of cole Porter's Famous song

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  • Artie Shaw - Frenesi

    3:04

    Master of the clarinet!

  • Summertime Artie Shaw

    5:02

    Artie Shaw's Victor recording of George Gershwin's Summertime

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  • Artie Shaw and his Orchestra 1939 with Buddy Rich - Lady Be Good

    3:13

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  • Artie Shaw - Nightmare

    2:50

    From 1938.

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  • Artie Shaw and His Orchestra with Helen Forrest - All the Things You Are

    3:16

    Charted at #8 in 1940. B-side of All in Fun. Also #3 for Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra in January 1940 (with vocal by Jack Leonard). Introduced in the musical, Very Warm for May. Recorded in 1939. Also recorded by many others including Mario Lanza, Tony Martin, Frank Sinatra, Jo Stafford, Glenn Miller, Allan Jones, Ella Fitzgerald, Earl Grant, Jack Jones and Dion and the Belmonts.

  • Artie Shaw & His Orchestra

    10:02

    ♪ Nightmare ♪
    Written by Artie Shaw
    Performed by Artie Shaw and His Orchestra

    ♪ Begin the Beguine ♪
    Written by Cole Porter
    Performed by Artie Shaw and His Orchestra

    ♪ Let's Stop the Clock ♪
    Music by J. Fred Coots
    Lyrics by Haven Gillespie
    Performed by Helen Forrest with Artie Shaw and His Orchestra

    ♪ Non-Stop Flight ♪
    Written by Artie Shaw
    Performed by Artie Shaw and His Orchestra

    ♪ Prosstchai ♪
    Music by Saul Chaplin
    Lyrics by Sammy Cahn
    Performed by Tony Pastor with Artie Shaw and His Orchestra

  • Artie Shaw Clarinet Concerto

    7:44

    Clarinet: Sharon Kam

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  • 1939 Artie Shaw - Day In, Day Out

    3:32

    This Johnny Mercer-Rube Bloom song climbed to the #1 spot on the weekly “Your Hit Parade” radio survey.

    The original 78rpm single was issued on Bluebird B-10406 - Day In--Day Out (Johnny Mercer-Rube Bloom) by Artie Shaw & his Orchestra, vocal by Helen Forrest, recorded in NYC August 27, 1939

  • Artie Shaw, Moonglow..wmv

    3:13

    From the CD 20 Best of Artie Shaw.
    Madacy Entertainment Group.
    2005.

  • 1938 HITS ARCHIVE: Begin The Beguine - Artie Shaw

    3:13

    ‘Art’ Shaw’s hugely popular recording of Cole Porter’s song from the stage musical “Jubilee.”

    CD audio, originally issued on 78rpm: Bluebird B-7746 - Begin The Beguine (Porter) by Art Shaw & his Orchestra, recorded in NYC July 24, 1938

    THE 1938 HITS ARCHIVE - a collection of commercial recordings and songs that proved popular during the calendar year 1938 (some were recorded in 1937) via sales, sheet music, radio exposure, and juke box play.…plus some others that have gained increased recognition or have been shown to have had an impact during the decades that followed.

  • Artie Shaw feat. Buddy Rich - Lady Be Good

    3:10

    Cool! A turn-of-the-Forties soundie (a forerunner of the Pop video) featuring two jazz icons.

  • Tommy Dorsey / Glenn Miller / Benny Goodman / Artie Shaw ‎– Up Swing

    26:12

    Disc 1
    A –Benny Goodman And His Orchestra: Stompin' At The Savoy 0:00
    B –Benny Goodman And His Orchestra: Don't Be That Way 3:10

    Disc 2
    C –Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra: Song Of India 6:30
    D –Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra: Yes Indeed! 9:37

    Disc 3
    E –Artie Shaw And His Orchestra: Begin The Beguine 13:09
    F –Artie Shaw And His Orchestra: Oh, Lady Be Good 16:26

    Disc 4
    G –Glenn Miller And His Orchestra: Tuxedo Junction 19:35
    H –Glenn Miller And His Orchestra: A String Of Pearls 22:59




    FAIR USE DISCLAIMER: I do not own copyright for this copyrighted artwork, but under Section 107 United States Copyright Law as noted by the United States Copyright Office (Copyright Act 1976), allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research.
    I state here in a good faith that I have made and uploaded here this copy of this copyrighted artwork completely for the purposes of teaching and research, that my action - i.e. my production of the copy of this copyrighted artwork and sharing of it here on Youtube in this particular case - is totally non-profit, and that I believe that my production of this copy of this copyrighted artwork and sharing of it here in Youtube in this particular case can only increase value of this copyrighted artwork and produce only positive effects for this copyrighted artwork in its potential market.

  • Artie Shaw Stardust HQ Audio

    3:23

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  • Artie Shaw - Lady Be Good

    3:10

    Artie Shaw playing Lady Be Good by Gershwin

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  • Nightmare

    2:50

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Nightmare · Artie Shaw

    The Best Of The War Years

    ℗ 2001 Stardust Records

    Released on: 2002-01-15

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Artie Shaw - Tenderly

    3:06

    Performer(s): « Artie Shaw » & « Artie Shaw & His Gramercy Five »
    « Tenderly »
    Audio : Very Hq - CD Quality Sound -- MP3 320 Kbps

    Album : « 99 Hits : Artie Shaw » by « Artie Shaw »

    Genre et sous style:
    Jazz

  • Artie Shaw, Marinella HQ

    2:36

    Music by Artie Shaw.

    Note. The audio is within the Public Domain.

  • Film Clip: Traffic Jam - Artie Shaw & his Orch., 1939 - M-G-M

    2:45

    You read it right, folks. This is an edited (film) video put to the original *unedited stereo* studio recording originally cut for the 1939 film Dancing Co-Ed.

    As I have no stock footage to parse in there, well, I made my own to try to get everything lined up and as accurate and tight as possible to the music.

    Oh yeah - the sound is engineered by yours truly as well. ;)

    Dig.....

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  • Artie Shaw - Lament

    3:26

    Performer(s): « Artie Shaw » & « Artie Shaw & His Orchestra »
    « Lament »
    Audio : Very Hq - CD Quality Sound -- MP3 320 Kbps

    Album : « Artie Shaw, Begin the Beguine & Concerto for Clarinet Vol 1 » by « Artie Shaw »

    Genre et sous style:
    Jazz

  • Artie Shaw-Just Kiddin Around

    3:23

  • 1938 HITS ARCHIVE: Goodnight Angel - Artie Shaw

    2:42

    A #2 survey song on “Your Hit Parade” from the film “Radio City Revels,” recorded by “Art” Shaw at his final Brunswick session. Shaw’s next commercial date was his “Begin The Beguine” debut at Bluebird.

    In addition to this popular commercial version, there are two other “Goodnight Angel” tracks by Shaw floating around on various reissues: an alternate take from the same session and a Rhythmakers recording for Thesaurus from two weeks earlier.

    CD audio, originally issued on 78rpm: Brunswick 8054 - Good Night Angel (Magidson-Wrubel) by Art Shaw and his New Music, vocal by Nita Bradley, recorded in NYC December 30, 1937

    THE 1938 HITS ARCHIVE - a collection of commercial recordings and songs that proved popular during the calendar year 1938 (some were recorded in 1937) via sales, sheet music, radio exposure, and juke box play.…plus some others that have gained increased recognition or have been shown to have had an impact during the decades that followed.

  • The Artie Shaw Orchestra: Begin the beguine

    3:15

    This is a sound popular throughout the world, performed by The Artie Shaw Orchestra.
    The great sound of big bands.

  • Artie Shaw - Dancing in the dark

    3:08

    Performer(s): « Artie Shaw » & « Artie Shaw & His Orchestra »
    « Dancing in the dark »
    Audio : Very Hq - CD Quality Sound -- MP3 320 Kbps

    Album : « 99 Hits : Artie Shaw » by « Artie Shaw »

    Genre et sous style:
    Jazz

  • All The Things You Are - Artie Shaw - Helen Forrest - 1939

    3:17

    All The Things You Are
    From the Broadway-Musical Very Warm For May
    Slow Foxtrot
    Artie Shaw And His Orchestra
    Vocals: Helen Forrest
    Writers: Jerome Kern (Composer), Oscar Hammerstein II (Lyricist)

    Instrumentation: Clarinet, 4 Saxophones, 3 Trumpets, 3 Trombones, Guitar, Piano, String Bass, Traps
    Artie Shaw (Director, Clarinet)
    Helen Forrest (Vocalist)
    Tony Pastor (Saxophone)
    Georgie Auld (Saxophone)
    Hank Freeman (Saxophone)
    Les Robinson (Saxophone)
    Chuck Peterson (Trumpet)
    Bernie Privin (Trumpet)
    Harry Geller (Trumpet)
    George Arus (Trombone)
    Les Jenkins (Trombone)
    Harry Rodgers (Trombone)
    Al Avola (Guitar)
    Bob Kitsis (Piano)
    Sid Weiss (String Bass)
    Buddy Rich (Traps)

    Catalog Number: Bluebird B-10492-B
    Matrix Number: Victor BS-043318 (Take 1, 10, 78 RPM)
    Place and Take Date: New York, Studio 2, 1939-10-26
    The recording on the other side of this disc: All In Fun

    All The Things You Are

    You are the promised kiss of springtime
    That makes the lonely winter seem long
    You are the breathless hush of evening
    That trembles on the brink of a lovely song

    You are the angel glow that lights the star
    The dearest things that I know are what you are
    Someday my happy arms will hold you
    And someday I'll know that moment divine
    When all the things you are, are mine

    Source for audio restoration:

  • 1946 Artie Shaw - My Heart Belongs To Daddy

    3:05

    Creative arrangement incorporating Shaw’s “Nightmare” theme. One of the sides from his Musicraft 78 album of Cole Porter standards featured in the song score of the (largely fictional) Warner Brothers musical Porter biopic “Night And Day.”

    CD audio, originally issued on 78rpm: Musicraft 392 - My Heart Belongs To Daddy (Porter) by Artie Shaw & his Orchestra, vocal by Kitty Kallen, recorded in Los Angeles June 13, 1946

  • Artie Shaw and His Orchestra -- Darling, Not Without You

    3:23

    This song was recorded by Artie Shaw's first orchestra, which he formed in 1936 and disbanded in 1937. The vocals on this lovely recording are handled by Peg LaCentra.

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  • Artie Shaw - Spotlight Bands

    14:31

    Artie Shaw & His Orchestra:
    Alto Saxophone – Louis Prisby, Rudy Tanza
    Arranged By – Buster Harding, George Siravo
    Bass – Morris Rayman
    Clarinet – Artie Shaw
    Drums – Louis Fromm
    Guitar – Barney Kessel
    Piano – Dodo Marmarosa
    Tenor Saxophone – Herbie Steward, Jon Walton
    Trombone – Bob Swift, Gus Dixon, Harry Rodgers, Ollie Wilson
    Trumpet – Bernie Glow, George Schwartz, Roy Eldridge, Stan Fishelson

    Recorded: Navy Hospital, San Diego, California, September 12, 1945

    Spotlight Bands #894


    1. Introduction 0:00
    2. Nightmare 0:49
    3. Tabu 1:24
    4. Little Jazz 4:33
    5. Summit Ridge Drive 7:55
    6. Lucky Number 11:08
    7. Begin The Beguine 13:46



    FAIR USE DISCLAIMER: I do not own copyright for this copyrighted artwork, but under Section 107 United States Copyright Law as noted by the United States Copyright Office (Copyright Act 1976), allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research.
    I state here in a good faith that I have made and uploaded here this copy of this copyrighted artwork completely for the purposes of teaching and research, that my action - i.e. my production of the copy of this copyrighted artwork and sharing of it here on Youtube in this particular case - is totally non-profit, and that I believe that my production of this copy of this copyrighted artwork and sharing of it here in Youtube in this particular case can only increase value of this copyrighted artwork and produce only positive effects for this copyrighted artwork in its potential market.

  • Artie Shaw playing Autumn Leaves_0001.wmv

    3:36

    Autumn Leaves, a standard played here by Artie Shaw

  • Artie Shaw

    3:10

    Begin the Beguine is a popular song written by Cole Porter. Artie Shaw's version, recorded at RCA's Studio 2 on East 24th Street in New York on July 24, 1938, was an extended swing orchestra version, in collaboration with his arranger and orchestrator, Jerry Gray.

    The audio featured here is a digitally extracted stereo version of the video's original mono audio track. The video was probably filmed in 1939.

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  • Non Stop Flight by Artie Shaw & Orchestra on 1938 Bluebird 78.

    2:01

    Bluebird record# B-7875-B. Flip-side is Nightmare. This is from a home-made CD I got in a thrift shop and the previous owner of the CD only gave song, artist and basic source information that it is from Reel To Reel Audio Tape as written on the CD label.

    Transferred to digital using stereo gear on background photo.

  • Stardust - Artie Shaw

    3:29

    Stardust - Artie Shaw

  • Artie Shaw - Nightmare HQ

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  • 1938 HITS ARCHIVE: Indian Love Call - Artie Shaw

    3:08

    Written in 1924 for the musical “Rose-Marie,” Rudolph Friml’s best-remembered composition got a swing treatment on the flip of Shaw’s “Begin The Beguine”

    CD audio, originally issued on 78rpm: Bluebird B-7746 - Indian Love Call (Hammerstein II-Harbach-Friml) by Art Shaw & his Orchestra, vocal by Tony Pastor and Chorus, recorded in NYC July 24, 1938

    THE 1938 HITS ARCHIVE - a collection of commercial recordings and songs that proved popular during the calendar year 1938 (some were recorded in 1937) via sales, sheet music, radio exposure, and juke box play.…plus some others that have gained increased recognition or have been shown to have had an impact during the decades that followed.

  • clarinet concert Artie Shaw

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    Reinier Hoogerheijde en Apollo de Wijk

  • Artie Shaw - Deep Purple

    3:17

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  • Artie Shaw - Softly As In A Morning Sunrise

    2:43

    Artie Shaw - Softly As In A Morning Sunrise
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  • Moonray -Artie Shaw Orchestra.wmv

    3:28

    Moonray -Artie Shaw Orchestra on Bluebird B-10334-B.June 22-1939.Helen Forrest on the vocal.

  • Dancing In The Dark ~ Artie Shaw & His Orchestra

    3:01

    Dancing In The Dark ~ Artie Shaw & His Orchestra (1941) Victor # 27335-A
    The flip side of, Smoke Gets In Your Eyes

  • Artie Shaw - Imagination

    4:24

    Imagination is a popular song with music written by Jimmy Van Heusen and the lyrics by Johnny Burke. The song was first published in 1940. The two best-selling versions were recorded by the orchestras of Glenn Miller and Tommy Dorsey in 1940.

    This is not the actual album cover, I do apologize for that!

    Arthur Jacob Arshawsky (May 23, 1910 -- December 30, 2004), commonly known by his stage name, Artie Shaw, was an American clarinetist, composer, and bandleader. Also an author, Shaw wrote both fiction and non-fiction.

    Widely regarded as one of jazz's finest clarinetists, Shaw led one of the United States' most popular big bands in the late 1930s through the early 1940s. Their signature song, a 1938 version of Cole Porter's Begin the Beguine, was a wildly successful single and one of the era's defining recordings. Musically restless, Shaw was also an early proponent of Third Stream, which blended classical and jazz, and recorded some small-group sessions that flirted with be-bop before retiring from music in 1954.

    Artie's accompanied by Hank Jones (p), Tal Farlow (g), Tommy Potter (b), Joe Roland (vb), and Irv Klugar (d). (Verve Records)

    Imagination is funny,
    makes a cloudy day sunny.
    Makes a bee think of honey
    just as I, I think of you.
    Imagination is crazy,
    your whole perspective gets hazy.
    Starts you asking a daisy
    what to do, what to do.

    (Chorus)
    Have you ever felt a gentle touch
    and then a kiss and then
    Find it's only your imagination again, oh well

    Imagination is silly,
    you go around willy-nilly.
    For example, I go around wanting you.
    And yet I can't imagine that you want me too

    (instrumental)

    (Repeat Chorus)
    Have you ever felt a gentle touch
    and then a kiss and then,
    Find it's only your imagination again, oh well

    Imagination is silly,
    you go around willy-nilly.
    For example, I go around wanting you.
    And yet I can't imagine that you want me too

  • Artie Shaw My Heart Stood Still

    2:47

    Rodgers and Hart's great standard My Heart Stood Still. Recorded 1938

  • Artie Shaw - Hop, skip and jump

    2:59

    Performer(s): « Artie Shaw » & « Artie Shaw & His Gramercy Five »
    « Hop, skip and jump »
    Audio : Very Hq - CD Quality Sound -- MP3 320 Kbps

    Album : « 99 Hits : Artie Shaw » by « Artie Shaw »

    Genre et sous style:
    Jazz

  • Artie Shaw, A Foggy Day..wmv

    3:11

    From the CD, 20 Best of Artie Shaw.
    Madacy Entertainment Group.
    2005.

  • Artie Shaw - Nightmare

    2:53

    Performer(s): « Artie Shaw » & « Artie Shaw & His Orchestra »
    « Nightmare »
    Audio : Very Hq - CD Quality Sound -- MP3 320 Kbps

    Album : « 99 Hits : Artie Shaw » by « Artie Shaw »

    Genre et sous style:
    Jazz

  • Artie Shaw and Glenn Miller tunes from 1939-1943 Denoted stereo version!

    26:02

    Here are a 7 tunes collection I transformed from the original mono source to stereo with spectral extraction technique in the pas 2 years.
    Starts with 4 Artie Shaw tunes from 1940-1941, and the Other 3 tunes from Glenn Miller from 1939-1943
    I'm planning to make more like these, but still needs a lot of work with it. Hope you'll like this list of mine. Géza.

  • 1937 Artie Shaw - Whistle While You Work

    2:38

    From Shaw’s final Brunswick session came this familiar tune from Disney’s blockbuster animated feature “Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs.”

    CD audio, original 78rpm single issued on Brunswick 8050 - Whistle While You Work (Morey-Churchill) by Art Shaw & his New Music, vocal by Tony Pastor, recorded in NYC December 30, 1937

  • BEGIN THE BEGUINE - ARTIE SHAW AND HIS ORCHESTRA

    3:13

    ARTIE SHAW & HIS ORCHESTRA
    (Ou Arthur Jacob Arshawsky)
    Cd The Essential Artie Shaw (RVG Legacy Reissue 69239)
    Disco 78 RPM – RCA Victor 26542 1940
    RCA Gold Standards
    BEGIN THE BEGUINE
    (Cole Porter)

    When they begin the beguine
    It brings back the sound of music so tender,
    It brings back a night of tropical splendor,
    It brings back a memory ever green.

    I'm with you once more under the stars,
    And down by the shore an orchestra's playing
    And even the palms seem to be swaying
    When they begin the beguine.

    To live it again is past all endeavor,
    Except when that tune clutches my heart,
    And there we are, swearing to love forever,
    And promising never, never to part.

    What moments divine, what rapture serene,
    Till clouds came along to disperse the joys we had tasted,
    And now when I hear people curse the chance that was wasted,
    I know but too well what they mean;

    So don't let them begin the beguine
    Let the love that was once a fire remain an ember;
    Let it sleep like the dead desire I only remember
    When they begin the beguine.

    Oh yes, let them begin the beguine, make them play
    Till the stars that were there before return above you,
    Till you whisper to me once more,
    Darling, I love you!
    And we suddenly know, what heaven we're in,
    When they begin the beguine

    Begin the Beguine [From Artie Shaw's Symphony of Swing] as written by Cole Porter.
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  • Small Fry ~ Artie Shaw & His Orchestra

    4:07

    Small Fry ~ Artie Shaw & His Orchestra w/ Tony Pastor (1938-39) (live)
    Words & Music by: Hoagy Carmichael & Frank Loesser

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