Gene Krupa Drummin Man [Import]
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- by Gene Krupa ~ Drum Boogie ~ $5.97 (Save 25%)
- Released: June 3, 2002
- Label: Hallmark UK
- 1.Drummin' Man
- 2.Let Me off Uptown
- 3.Ball of Fire
- 4.Drum Boogie
- 5.After You've Gone
- 6.Opus One
- 9.How 'Bout That Mess?
- 10.Rockin' Chair
- 13.Georgia on My Mind
- 14.Quiet and Roll 'Em
- 15.No Name Jive
- 16.Bolero at the Savoy
- 17.Leave Us Leap
- 18.Swing Is Here
- 19.I Hope Gabriel Likes My Music
- 20.Sing, Sing, Sing
Personnel includes: Gene Krupa (drums), Dave Schultz, Vido Musso, Tom Di Carlo, Ray Biondi, Corky Cornelius, Nate Kazebier, Benny Carter, Sam Donahue, Anita O'Day (vocals), Leo Watson (vocals).
Personnel includes: Gene Krupa (drums); Anita O'Day, Irene Daye, Roy Eldridge (vocals); Benny Goodman.
This two-LP box set which came out in the 1960s (but can still be found in some collector's shops) has 32 of the best recordings by Gene Krupa's big band. All of the drummer's hits are here including "Drummin' Man," "Drum Boogie," "Bolero at the Savoy," "Let Me Off Uptown," "Rockin' Chair," "After You've Gone," "Leave Us Leap," "Body and Soul," "Opus #1" and "Disc Jockey Jump." In addition to Krupa, the stars on these often-classic swing sides include trumpeter Roy Eldridge, singer Anita O'Day, altoist Charlie Kennedy and tenorman Charlie Ventura among others. Since this was the definitive Krupa set, it is a pity that Columbia has not reissued all of the music intact on CD yet. ~ Scott Yanow
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