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  • The Best Of Benny Goodman | The King Of Swing | Sing Sing Sing And All The Hits

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    00:00:00 Sing, Sing, Sing
    00:08:42 Why Don't You Do It Right?
    00:11:55 Tea for Two (feat.Lionel Hampton, Teddy Wilson, Gene Krupa)
    00:15:01 All the Cats Join in (feat.Liza Morrow)
    00:18:12 Let's Dance
    00:20:28 Ain't Misbehavin'
    00:23:55 Chicago
    00:26:56 Don't Be That Way
    00:30:16 Get Happy
    00:33:22 Flying Home
    00:36:36 King Porter Stomp
    00:39:55 Winter Weather
    00:42:57 Big John's Special
    00:46:06 Whispering
    00:48:46 Santa Claus Came in the Spring

    All Songs Are From 1930/1940s Original Mono Tapes.
    Digital Remastered For This Compilation.
    All Rights Reserved.
    P + C 2020 Classical Tunes

    Benjamin David Goodman was an American jazz clarinetist and bandleader known as the King of Swing. In the mid-1930s, Goodman led one of the most popular musical groups in the United States. His concert at Carnegie Hall in New York City on January 16, 1938 is described by critic Bruce Eder as the single most important jazz or popular music concert in history: jazz's 'coming out' party to the world of 'respectable' music. Goodman's bands started the careers of many jazz musicians. During an era of racial segregation, he led one of the first integrated jazz groups. He performed nearly to the end of his life while exploring an interest in classical music.

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  • SING, SING, SING BY BENNY GOODMAN

    5:24

    Writen by Louis Prima in 1935, This is not much of a song from WW2 but it is one of the most famous songs from the Big Band era

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  • Benny Goodman - Greatest Hits

    16:22

    TRACKLIST
    01- China Boy 00:11
    02- Dinah 02:48
    03- Exactly Like You 05:34
    04- Moonglow 09:11
    05-My Melancholy Baby 12:48
    06- Nobody’s Sweetheart 15:22
    07- Oh Lady Be Good 18:15
    08- Smiles 21:25
    09- Someday Sweetheart 24:17
    10- Sugar 27:10
    11- Sweet Georgia Brown 30:49
    12- Sweet Lorraine 33:59
    13- Tiger Rag 37:04
    14- Vieni Vieni 40:32
    15- After you’ve gone 43:27
    16- Body and soul 46:16
    17- Too Good To Be True 49:43
    18- More than you know 53:16
    19- I Cried for you 56:24
    20- Just You 58:55

    Benny Goodman - GREATEST HITS (FULL ALBUM)
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    Benjamin David Benny Goodman (May 30, 1909 – June 13, 1986) was an American jazz and swing musician, clarinetist and bandleader, known as the King of Swing. In the mid-1930s, Goodman led one of the most popular musical groups in America. His concert at Carnegie Hall in New York City on January 16, 1938, is described by the critic Bruce Eder as the single most important jazz or popular music concert in history: jazz's 'coming out' party to the world of 'respectable' music. Goodman's bands launched the careers of many major jazz artists. During an era of racial segregation, he led one of the first well-known integrated jazz groups. Goodman performed nearly to the end of his life while exploring an interest in classical music. Goodman moved to New York City and became a successful session musician in the late 1920s and early 1930s, mostly with Ben Pollack's band between 1926 and 1929. In a notable Victor recording session on March 21, 1928, Goodman played alongside Glenn Miller, Tommy Dorsey and Joe Venuti in the All-Star Orchestra, directed by Nathaniel Shilkret. He played with the nationally known studio and performing bands of Ben Selvin, Red Nichols, Ted Lewis and Isham Jones, although he is not on any of Jones's records. He recorded sides for Brunswick under the name Benny Goodman's Boys, a band that featured Glenn Miller. In 1928, Goodman and Miller wrote the instrumental tune Room 1411, which was released as a Brunswick 78. He also recorded musical soundtracks for movie shorts; fans believe that his clarinet can be heard on the soundtrack of One A.M., a Charlie Chaplin comedy re-released to theaters in 1934. While Goodman was a successful session musician, the record producer John Hammond arranged for a series of recordings of jazz sides for Columbia Records from 1933 to 1935, when Goodman signed a recording contract with RCA Victor, during his success on radio. The all-star Columbia sides featured Jack Teagarden, Joe Sullivan, Dick McDonough, Arthur Schutt, Gene Krupa, Teddy Wilson, Coleman Hawkins (for one session), the vocalists Jack Teagarden and Mildred Bailey, and the first two recorded vocals by a young Billie Holiday. A number of commercial studio sides were also recorded under Goodman's name for Melotone Records between late 1930 and mid-1931. In 1934 Goodman auditioned for the NBC radio program Let's Dance, a well-regarded three-hour weekly program featuring various styles of dance music. His familiar theme song by that title was based on Invitation to the Dance, by Carl Maria von Weber. Since he needed new arrangements every week for the show, Hammond suggested that he purchase hot (swing) arrangements from Fletcher Henderson, a black musician from Atlanta who had New York's most popular African-American band in the 1920s and early 1930s. An experienced businessman, Goodman helped Henderson in 1934 when the Henderson orchestra disbanded. He let Henderson write arrangements, which Fletcher, his brother Horace and wife, Leora, usually copied from his own records, as Fletcher had almost no scores left. The Henderson method usually had been head arrangements. Goodman hired Henderson's band members to teach his musicians how to play the music. In 1932, his career began with Fletcher Henderson. Although Henderson’s orchestra was at its height of creativity, it had not reached any peaks of popularity. During the Depression, Fletcher disbanded his orchestra because he was in debt.

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  • Benny Goodman Orchestra Sing, Sing, Sing Gene Krupa - Drums, from Hollywood Hotel film

    2:12

    Benny Goodman Orchestra Sing, Sing, Sing featuring Gene Krupa-Drums, Harry James-Trumpet, from Hollywood Hotel film (1937)

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  • Benny Goodman - Legends In Concert

    52:07

    This entertaining programme shows performances from Benny Goodman and his band, with some of their all time favourites. The show Benny Goodman's final concert at the Tivoli Gardens in Copenhagen, Denmark. Featuring well-known classics, including 'Lady Be Good,' 'If I had You' and 'The World is Waiting For The Sunrise.' There are also two guest appearances from Svend Asmussen and Jimmy Maxwell.

    1. Lady Be Good
    2. Poor Butterfly
    3. The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise
    4. I'm Confessin' That I Love You
    5. Medley: Don't Be That Way / Stompin' At The Savoy
    6. I Should Care
    7. If I Had You
    8. Improvisation
    9. Send In The Clowns
    10. So Easy To Remember, So Hard To Forget
    11. Airmail Special Delivery

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  • Lionel Hampton and Benny Goodman - Stealing Apples

    2:58

    The other versions of this song on youtube are a bit fuzzy so I thought I'd give it a shot. Youtube probably wants me to say that I do not own any of this material. From the 1948 film A Song Is Born, Lionel Hampton teaches Professor Magenbruch (Benny Goodman) a thing or two about jazz.

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  • Sing Sing Sing

    5:03

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    Sing Sing Sing · Benny Goodman

    Mambo-Swing y Beguine

    ℗ 2010, Fonotil

    Released on: 2010-12-13

    Author: B. Goodman
    Composer: B. Goodman
    Music Publisher: Copyright Control

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  • Why Dont You Do Right - Peggy Lee - Benny Goodman Orch 1943

    2:37

    Why Don't You Do Right by Peggy Lee with the Benny Goodman Orchestra 1942. Benny Goodman Orch Information. /

  • Battle of Swing - Benny Goodman Vs Glenn Miller - hosted by John Packer Ltd.

    1:54:27

    Take a look at the next concert:

    Contact Pete Long:

    On Friday 7 November 2014, Pete Long and his Goodmen gave Taunton a night to remember. Recreating an iconic Carnegie Hall swing concert from 1938, first Benny Goodman and then Glenn Miller were brought to life. Some of the UK's finest session musicians were on hand to deliver an unforgettable evening. For further details about the band see

    Line up:

    Clarinet & band leader: Pete Long
    Saxophones: Nigel Hailwood, Pete Ripper, Robert Fowler, John Shenoy
    Trumpet: Nathan Bray, James Copus, Tom Dennis
    Cornet: Alan Berlyn
    Trombone: Andy Flaxman, Ross Anderson, Ian Bateman
    Piano: Bunny Thompson
    Bass: Calum Gourlay
    Drums: Ed Richardson
    Guitar: Ian Lewis
    Vocals: Iain Mackenzie

    Set list:

    Benny Goodman
    1. Don't Be That Way (1:04)
    2. Bach Goes to Town (5:15)
    3. One O Clock Jump (10:02)
    4. When Buddha Smiles (19:28)
    5. Big John Special (25:03)
    6. Sheik Of Araby (27:45)
    7. T'aint What you Do (32:39)
    8. King Porter Stomp (36:08)
    9. Dear Old Southland (40:05)
    10. Down South Camp Meeting (43:36)
    11. Sing Sing Sing (48:04)

    INTERVAL

    Glenn Miller
    Moonlight Serenade (58:48)
    Sunrise Serenade (1:04:00)
    Little Brown Jug (1:08:00)
    Stairway To The Stars (1:12:15)
    It Must Be Jelly (Cause Jam don't shake like that) (1:15:54)
    Danny Boy (1:18:55)
    Boulder Buff (1:23:00)
    My Prayer (1:28:55)
    In The Mood (1:37:05)

    Battle of the Bugle Calls (1:42:20)

    Take The A Train (1:50:00)

    This event was sponsored by: D'Addario, Denis Wick, Yanagisawa, Yamaha with special thanks to Queen's College, Taunton.
    Filming & editing by Dave Adams davemcadams@hotmail.co.uk

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  • Benny Goodman Lets Dance - Dont Be That Way

    4:40

    October 7, 1985 @The New York Marriott Marquis

    Clarinet:Benny Goodman
    Piano:Dick Hyman
    Drums:Louis Bellson
    Bass:Bob Haggart
    Guitar:James Chirillo
    Tenor Sax:Ken Peplowski, Loren Schoenberg
    Alto Sax:Chuck Wilson, Jack Stuckey
    Baritone Sax:Danny Bank
    Trombone:Eddie Bert, Bobby Pring, Matt Finders
    Trumpet: Laurie Frink, Randy Sandke, John Eckert, Paul Cohen

  • Benny Goodman- Lets Dance

    2:18

    By Benny Goodman
    I own no rights, I just want to let the world hear this beautifull music!

  • BENNY GOODMAN - SING SING SING

    3:15

    EDITED VIDEO OF THIS BEAUTIFUL TIME MUSICAL, WITH IMAGES OF GINGER ROGERS AND FRED ASTAIRE, I HOPE YOU LIKE, GREETINGS FROM LIMA PERU FOR THE WORLD

  • Benny Goodman Quartet 1937

    2:07

    From Hollywood Hotel the Benny Goodman Quartet with Teddy Wilson, Lionel Hampton and Gene Krupa with I Got A Heartful Of Music.

  • Benny Goodman. Stompin at the Savoy -.wmv

    3:14

    Benny Goodman. Stompin' at the Savoy

  • benny goodman-Memories Of You

    3:44

    benny goodman-Memories Of You

  • 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




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  • Sing, sing, sing, Benny Goodman

    4:23

    Recently I put together bits and pieces from various jazz films I found on my shelves and tied them with the utmost jazzy funky classic Benny Goodman masterpiece. Here it is. For your enjoyment only :-)

  • Benny Goodman Dont Be That Way

    3:07

    Don't Be That Way written by Edgar Sampson, Benny Goodman, and Mitchell Parish was Benny Goodman's opening number in his famous Carnegie Hall Concert on January 16, 1938. A month later he recorded it for RCA Victor and it became a number 1 hit. As with Sing, Sing, Sing, Let's Dance, and And the Angels Sing, Don't Be That Way has been strongly associated with Benny Goodman. This is being posted for my subscriber 1968LEONE1. I do not own the right to the song, audio, or images contained in this video. The sound recording is administered by SME . No copyright infringement is intended. This purpose of this upload is for viewer enjoyment and education not for monetary gain.

  • TEDDY WILSON WITH BENNY GOODMAN - LIONEL HAMPTON - GENE KRUPA - LIVE

    40:15

    THEODORE SHAW ''TEDDY'' WILSON
    TEDDY WILSON IS CONSIDERED ONE OF THE MOST
    IMPORTANT PIANISTS OF THE SWING PERIOD.
    NOVEMBER 24, 1912 - (AUSTIN, TEXAS)
    JULY 31, 1986 - (NEW BRITAIN, CONNECTICUT)
    1) Flyn' Home (pn)
    2) Basin Street Blues
    3) Stompin' At The Savoy
    4) Body And Soul
    5) Shiny Stockings
    6) Lil' Darlin'
    7) One O' Clock Jump
    8) Moonglow
    9) Avalon
    10) Sweet Georgia Brown
    Teddy Wilson Trio:
    Teddy Wilson (pn), Jachie Samson (cb), Charles Saudrais (dm)
    Teddy Wilson Quintet: Benny Goodman (cl), Lionel Hampton, Red Norvo (vib), Teddy Wilson (pn), George Duvivier, Sid Weiss (cb),
    Gene Krupa, Charles Saudrais, B, Meltorne (dm)

  • Benny Goodman and The Carnegie Hall Concert of 1938

    1:40:58

    In the mid-1930s, Benny Goodman led one of the most popular musical groups in America. His concert at Carnegie Hall in New York City on January 16, 1938, is described by critic Bruce Eder as the single most important jazz or popular music concert in history: jazz's 'coming out' party to the world of 'respectable' music.[

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  • Benny Goodman Quartet - Moonglow

    3:26

    Having hit #1 with Moonglow in 1934 with an earlier recording featuring his full orchestra, Goodman decided to record the song again for a different version featuring his quartet. This version charted at #8 in 1936. The musicians here are Goodman, Lionel Hampton, Teddy Wilson and Gene Krupa. Recorded August 21, 1936 (Victor 25398). Moonglow has enjoyed enduring popularity both by itself and when combined with the theme from Picnic (as it frequently was following the release of the 1956 movie Picnic in which the songs were fused together seamlessly).

    Written by Will Hudson.

    B-side is Dinah.

  • Benny GOODMAN & His Orchestra Bugle Call Rag !!!

    2:10

    RARE OLDIES VIDEO WITH MR BENNY GOODMAN & HIS ORCHESTRA ( from the film Stage Door Canteen ! Benjamin David Benny Goodman[1] (May 30, 1909 -- June 13, 1986) was an American jazz and swing musician, clarinetist and bandleader; widely known as the King of Swing.
    In the mid-1930s, Benny Goodman led one of the most popular musical groups in America. His January 16, 1938 concert at Carnegie Hall in New York City is described by critic Bruce Eder as the single most important jazz or popular music concert in history: jazz's 'coming out' party to the world of 'respectable' music.
    Goodman's bands launched the careers of many major names in jazz, and during an era of segregation, he also led one of the first racially-integrated musical groups. Goodman continued to perform to nearly the end of his life, including exploring his interest in classical music.
    You can watch all my rare oldies soundies on : ! Many thanks , NICKY .

  • Benny Goodman and His Orchestra, concert Carnegie Hall 1938 restored

    1:41:26

    Benny Goodman and His Orchestra, concert Carnegie Hall 1938 restored

    Requested from me.

    1 - 00:00 - Don't Be That Way
    2 - 04:18 - One O' Clock Jump

    3 - 10:54 - Dixieland One Step

    4 - 12:10 - I'm Coming Virginia

    5 - 14:18 - When My Baby Smile At Me

    6 - 15:08 - Shine

    7 - 16:03 - Blue Reverie

    8 - 19:20 - Life Goes to a Party

    9 - 23:32 - Jam Session

    10 - 37:25 - Body and Soul

    11 - 40:43 - Avalon

    12 - 45:03 - The Man I Love

    13 - 50:14 - I Got Rhytm

    14 - 53:32 - Blue Skies

    15 - 56:29 - Loch Lomond

    16 - 59:11 - Blue Room

    17 - 01:01:40 - Swingtime in the Rockies

    18 - 01:05:39 - Bei mir bist du schön

    19 - 01:10:34 - China Boy

    20 - 01:16:30 - Stompin' At the Savoy

    21 - 01:22:13 - Dizzy Spells

    22 - 01:34:22 - Sing Sing Sing

    23 - 01:38:01 - Big John's Specia

  • Benny Goodman and His Orchestra - Sing, Sing, Sing

    8:42

    Sing, Sing, Sing by Benny Goodman and His Orchestra
    Listen to Benny Goodman and His Orchestra:

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  • Sweet Georgia Brown - Benny Goodman 1980

    4:10

    Benny Goodman in Japan 1980 Playlist = / Aurex Jazz Festival, Sep.3,1980 at Budokan(Tokyo,Japan) / cl:Benny Goodman, p:Teddy Wilson, tp:Tony Terran, tb:Dick Nash, g:Eddie Duran, b:Al Obidinski, dr:John Markham / I synchronized sound files which digitized from LP record/cassette tape except for Bewitched and Goodbye.

  • Benny Goodman Quartet - Moonglow

    6:19

    Benny Goodman, clarinet; Lionel Hampton, vibes; Teddy Wilson, piano; Gene Krupa, drums. With George Duvivier on bass. Hey, that Lionel Hampton's gotta be the King of Swing!

  • Saint Motel - Benny Goodman

    3:39

    Benny Goodman from Saint Motel's debut album, Voyeur


    Lyrics:
    (Benny Goodman)
    Gotta see me in the light of the morning
    You're gonna feel me in a droplet of rain
    You're gonna hear me in icicles forming.
    You're gonna miss me till your dying day.

    You take a breath and curse why you're breathing
    You swear you tasted me in the salt of your skin
    You peel your heart on a regular beating
    The thought you blocked out kept came back again

    (Benny Goodman)

    Gotta see me in the light of the morning
    You're gonna feel me in a droplet of rain
    You're gonna hear me in icicles forming.
    You're gonna miss me till your dying day.

    Ohh! The one who laughs last
    Who waits, until the joke is long dead.
    At the moment
    You strike like Benny Goodman

    (Benny Goodman)


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  • Benny Goodman Septet at the North Sea Jazz Festival • 18-07-1982 • World of Jazz

    1:3:53

    Full live concert of clarinet virtuoso Benny Goodman and his Septet.
    Benjamin David Goodman (May 30, 1909 – June 13, 1986) was an American jazz clarinetist and bandleader known as the King of Swing

    The Septet includes a.o.:
    Scott Hamilton, tenor saxophone
    John Bunch, piano
    Phil Flanigan, bass violin
    Mel Lewis, drums
    Warren Vaché, trumpet
    Chris Flory, guitar

    1- Airmail Special
    2- When I Fall In Love Featuring Scott Hamilton
    3- I'm Old Fashioned featuring Warren Vache
    4- That's a Plenty
    5- East of the Sun featuring Chris Flory
    6- It's Easy To Remember featuring Benny Goodman
    7- This Can't Be Love (Trio Benny Goodman/Phil Flanigan/ Chris Flory
    8- I Can't Get Started Trio John Bunch/Phil Flanigan/Mel Lewis
    9- You Took Advantage of Me featuring Phil Flanigan
    10- Don't Blame Me featuring Phil Flanigan
    11- Don't Be That Way / Stompin' at the Savoy
    12- Sing, Sing, Sing (Christopher Columbus )
    13- Goodbye

    This concert was the first of two concerts Benny Goodman recorded at the Prins Wllem Alexander Hall, The Hague, The Netherlands on 18 July 1982. You will find the second concert elsewhere on World of Jazz

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  • The Benny Goodman Quartet 1959-I Got Rhythm

    3:53

    The Song Is Called I Got Rhythm
    Recorded December 17, 1959
    Featuring Benny Goodman On Clarinet, Gene Krupa On Drums, Lionel Hampton On Vibraphone, Jess Stacy On Piano.

  • Benny Goodman Medley

    12:28

    Here are a Medley Of Benny Goodman Songs They Are:
    Poor Butterfly, The Man I love, If I had You, My Funny Valentines And Don't Be That Way.
    Featuring Benny Goodman On Clarinet
    Also Featuring Is Arthur Fiedler and the Boston Pops Orchestra
    Recorded In 1974

  • Benny Goodman - Documentary Video Clips

    15:04

    Benjamin David Benny Goodman (May 30, 1909 -- June 13, 1986) was an American jazz and swing musician, clarinetist and bandleader; widely known as the King of Swing.

    In the mid-1930s, Benny Goodman led one of the most popular musical groups in America. His January 16, 1938 concert at Carnegie Hall in New York City is described by critic Bruce Eder as the single most important jazz or popular music concert in history: jazz's 'coming out' party to the world of 'respectable' music.

    Goodman's bands launched the careers of many major names in jazz, and during an era of segregation, he also led one of the first racially-integrated musical groups. Goodman continued to perform to nearly the end of his life, including exploring his interest in classical music.

    (extract from Wikipedia 2011)

  • Benny Goodman - Tea for Two

    3:20

    Benny Goodman Quartet
    Benny Goodman-clarinet / Teddy Wilson-piano / Lionel Hampton-vibes / Gene Krupa-drums
    recorded 3 Feb. 1937
    transfer from Jpn Victor 78s / A-1045(25529)

  • All The Things You Are - Benny Goodman HQ

    3:42

    All The Things You Are - Benny Goodman Subscribe

  • 1942 HITS ARCHIVE: A String Of Pearls - Benny Goodman

    2:57

    A String Of Pearls (Gray) by Benny Goodman & his Orchestra

    While Glenn Miller’s top-selling version of the Jerry Gray tune remains the best-known, this Mel Powell arrangement (Powell also on piano) is also well-remembered....issued on the flip of Goodman’s “Jersey Bounce.”

    THE 1942 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 1942 (some were recorded in 1941).

  • Benny Goodman Orchestra - Goodbye

    3:27

    10- Goodbye (Jenkins)

  • 78 RPM: Benny Goodman & his Orchestra - Peckin

    3:30

    Peckin'
    written by Ben Pollack and Harry James, arrangement by Harry James
    performed by Benny Goodman & his Orchestra
    recorded 6 July 1937 (Sing, Sing, Sing session date)
    issued later that month as Victor 25621

    NOTE: The material featured in this video is from a non digital, analog source and of substandard quality. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.

  • Benny Goodman - The Famous 1938: Carnegie Hall Jazz Concert n° 1, 1955

    53:01

    Side A
    1. I Got Rhytm
    2. Blue Skies
    3. Loch Lomond
    4. Blue Room
    5. Swingtime in the Rockies
    6. Bei mir bist du schön
    7. China Boy

    Side B
    1. Stompin' At the Savoy
    2. Dizzy Spells
    3. Sing Sing Sing
    4. Big John's Special

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  • Benny Goodman - Camel Caravan - February 7, 1939 - Hartford, Connecticut

    26:36

    The Benny Goodman Swingschool with Benny Goodman and his Orchestra. The Goodman Trio and instrumental Quartet. Featuring the Sweetheart of Swing Martha Tilton.

    Presented by Johnny Mercer



    1.) Introduction ( Let´s Dance Theme) 0:03
    2.) Swinging Down The Lane 0:55
    3.) Gotta Get Some Shut-Eye 4:28
    4.) I Found A New Baby 7:00
    5.) Estrellita 10:09
    6.) Cuckoo In The Clock 14:49
    7.) Old Folks, Old Jokes 17:18
    8.) Hartford Stomp 20:32



    Recorded in Hartford, Connetticut on February 7, 1939.




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  • Benny Goodman, Martha Tilton - AND THE ANGELS SING

    3:51

    From broadcast program CAMEL CARAVAN
    ラジオ番組 キャメル・キャラバンより
    「天使は唄う」
    演奏:ベニー・グッドマン楽団
    唄:マーサ・ティルトン
    Benny Goodman and His Orchestra

    Benny Goodman (ldr,cl)
    Ziggy Elman, Chris Griffin, Corky Cornelius (tp)
    Red Ballard, Vernon Brown, Bruce Squires (tb)
    Hymie Scertzer, Noni Bernardi (as)
    Art Rollini, Jerry Jerome (ts)
    Jess Stacy (p)
    Ben Heller (g)
    Quinn Wilson (b)
    Lionel Hampton(ds)

    Martha Tilton (vo)

    May 2, 1939 CBS(WBBM) Airplay Theater,Chicago

  • 78rpm: Wholly Cats - Benny Goodman and his Sextet, 1940 - Columbia 35810

    3:06

    Wholly Cats! We survived another Monday, folks! And these days, I don't need much to get in the spirit of jumpin' jubilation. ;)

    Dig.....

  • SONGS BY SINATRA 30 01 1947 with BENNY GOODMAN

    28:07

    Francis Albert Sinatra (December 12, 1915 – May 14, 1998) was an American singer, actor, and producer who was one of the most popular and influential musical artists of the 20th century. He is one of the best-selling music artists of all time, having sold more than 150 million records worldwide.[2] Born in Hoboken, New Jersey, to Italian immigrants, Sinatra began his musical career in the swing era with bandleaders Harry James and Tommy Dorsey. Sinatra found success as a solo artist after he signed with Columbia Records in 1943, becoming the idol of the bobby soxers. He released his debut album, The Voice of Frank Sinatra, in 1946. Sinatra's professional career had stalled by the early 1950s, and he turned to Las Vegas, where he became one of its best known performers as part of the Rat Pack. His career was reborn in 1953 with the success of From Here to Eternity, with his performance subsequently winning an Academy Award and Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor. Sinatra released several critically lauded albums, including In the Wee Small Hours (1955), Songs for Swingin' Lovers! (1956), Come Fly with Me (1958), Only the Lonely (1958) and Nice 'n' Easy (1960).

  • 78 RPM: The Benny Goodman Quartet - Opus 1/2

    3:24

    Opus 1/2
    written by Benny Goodman and Lionel Hampton
    performed by The Benny Goodman Quartet
    recorded 12 October 1938
    released as Victor 26091, from the album A Swing Session with Benny Goodman (Victor P3), issued in November 1938

    Benny Goodman - clarinet
    Lionel Hampton - vibraharp
    Teddy Wilson - piano
    Dave Tough - drums

    This session was recorded just for this album set.

    NOTE: The material featured in this video is from a non digital, analog source and of substandard quality. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.

  • The Benny Goodman Trio 1960

    2:34

    The Song Is Called Nice Work If you can get it
    Featuring Benny Goodman On Clarinet, Teddy Wilson On Piano, Gene Krupa On Drums.
    Recorded In New York 1960

  • Moonglow - Benny Goodman

    3:26

    Moonglow by Benny Goodman
    It must have been moonglow, way up in the blue
    It must have been moonglow that led me straight to you
    I still hear you sayin', Dear one, hold me fast
    And I keep on prayin', Oh Lord, please let this last

    We seemed to float right through the air
    Heavenly songs seemed to come from everywhere

    And now when there's moonglow, way up in the blue
    I'll always remember, that moonglow gave me you

    It must have been moonglow, way up in the blue
    It must have been moonglow that led me straight to you
    I still hear you sayin', Sweet child, hold me fast
    And I keep on prayin', Oh Lord, please let this last

    We seemed to float right through the air
    Heavenly songs seemed to come from everywhere

    And now when there's moonglow, way up in the blue
    I'll always remember, that moonglow gave me you

    (c) Sony Entertainment - The Aviator

  • 78 RPM: The Benny Goodman Quartet - S Wonderful

    3:25

    'S Wonderful
    written by George and Ira Gershwin
    performed by The Benny Goodman Quartet
    recorded 12 October 1938
    released as Victor 26090, from the album A Swing Session with Benny Goodman (Victor P3), issued in November 1938

    Benny Goodman - clarinet
    Lionel Hampton - vibraharp
    Teddy Wilson - piano
    Dave Tough - drums

    This session was recorded just for this album set.

    NOTE: The material featured in this video is from a non digital, analog source and of substandard quality. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.

  • How Deep Is The Ocean? - Peggy Lee/Benny Goodman Orchestra

    6:29

    These are two songs by Peggy Lee and the Benny Goodman orchestra, recorded in the 1940s.

    There are two songs in this video -
    The first is How Deep Is The Ocean?, and the second is an alternate take. The two are very similar, but I thought I would include them both.

  • benny goodman~youd be so nice to come home to

    4:27

    Great Benny Goodman recording

  • Benny Goodman I Want To Be Happy on The Ed Sullivan Show

    5:03

    Benny Goodman I Want To Be Happy on The Ed Sullivan Show, June 19, 1960. Subscribe now to never miss an update:

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    The Ed Sullivan Show was a television variety program that aired on CBS from 1948-1971. For 23 years it aired every Sunday night and played host to the world's greatest talents. The Ed Sullivan Show is well known for bringing rock n' roll music to the forefront of American culture through acts like Elvis Presley, The Beatles, and The Rolling Stones. The entertainers each week ranged from comedians like Joan Rivers and Rodney Dangerfield, to Broadway stars Julie Andrews and Richard Burton, to pop singers such as Bobby Darin and Petula Clark. It also frequently featured stars of Motown such as The Supremes, The Temptations, Stevie Wonder and The Jackson 5. The Ed Sullivan Show was one of the only places on American television where such a wide variety of popular culture was showcased and its legacy lives on to this day.

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  • Benny Goodman - Airmail Special

    6:31

    Two swingin' songs from B.G. - Airmail Special and Blue Lou

  • Benny Goodman Quartet - Ding Dong Daddy

    3:01

    Benny Goodman Quartet - Ding Dong Daddy
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