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Isham Jones’ compositions(4) “You’ve Got Me Crying Again”

October 06,2017

Photo above of Isham Jones by courtesy of Wikipedia

“You’ve Got Me Crying Again”   was written by Isham Jones, with lyrics by Charles Newman, and was published in 1933.

Elsie Carlisle had sang this song from early period.

She was a popular English female singer both before and during the British dance band era of the 1920s and 1930s.

Fortunately I found the video that she sang to “You’ve Got Me Crying Again”.

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「You’ve Got Me Crying Again」は1933年に発表されました。(作詞 Charles Newman)

1920年代から1930年代に英国人気ダンスバンドの女性ボーカルであったElsie Carlisleは早い時期からこの曲を歌っていました。詳細については ➡️   こちらをクリック

彼女が「You’ve Got Me Crying Again」をバンドと歌っている映像を添付しました。

Here is Miss Elsie Carlisle sings “You’ve Got Me Crying Again” (1933).

 

Here is Isham Jones & His Orchestra play “You’ve Got Me Crying Again”.

 

Here is Bing Crosby sings “You’ve got me crying again”.(1933)

 

Here is Coleman Hawkins Quatet play “You’ve Got Me Crying Again”.
Coleman Hawkins (ts) Billy Taylor (p) John Collins (g) Percy Heath (b) Art Blakey (ds) New York, August 25, 1950

 

Here is Lee Wiley sings “You’ve Got Me Crying Again”.
Bunny Berigan(tp),Tommy Dorsey(tb), Jimmy Dorsey(cl)Joe Venuti(violin),Fulton McGrath(p),Dick McDonough(g),Artie Bernstein(b),Stan King(ds).NewYork, March 7, 1933

 

Here is Dean Martin sings “You’ve Got Me Crying Again”.

 

Here is Ray Charles sings “You’ve Got Me Crying Again” .

(追記)本ブログ作成後(1年後)に下記3曲追加添付しました。

Here is Adrian Rollini And His Orchestra with Vocal Dick Robertson play “You’ve Got Me Crying Again”.
Mannie Klein (tp) Tommy Dorsey (tb) Jimmy Dorsey (cl,as) Arthur Rollini (ts) Adrian Rollini (bassax,goofus,vib,xyl) Joe Venuti (vln) Charlie Magnante (accor) Fulton McGrath (p) unknown (g) Art Miller (b) unknown (d) Dick Robertson (vcl)
New York, February 14, 1933

 

Here is Boyd Raeburn and his Orchestra (Vocal by Margie Wood) play “You’ve Got Me Crying Again”.
Arranged by Johnny Mandel
Tommy Allison, Carl Berg, Alan Jeffreys, Dale Pierce(tp) Jack Carmen, Johnny Mandel, Trummy Young(tb) Johnny Bothwell, Leonard Green(as) Stuart Anderson, Frank Socolow(ts) Hy Mandel(bs) Boyd Raeburn(bsx) Ike Carpenter(p) Steve Jordan(g) Joe Berise(b) Irv Kluger(d)
New York, May 13, 1945

 

Here is Woody Herman and his Orchestra play ”You’ve Got Me Crying Again”.
Sonny Berman, Pete Candoli, Conte Candoli, Irv Lewis, Neal Hefti(tp) Ralph Pfeffner, Bill Harris(tb) Ed Kiefer(tb) Woody Herman(cl,as,vo,ldr) Sam Marowitz, John LaPorta(cl,as) Flip Phillips, Pete Mondello(ts) Skippy DeSair(bs) Tony Aless(p) Billy Bauer(g) Chubby Jackson(b) Dave Tough(d) The Blue Flames(vo) New York, September 8, 1945

Dave Bass(1)

March 14.2017

Photo above of Dave Bass by courtesy of Capital Public Radio

Recently I have interest in Dave Bass who is an American jazz pianist, composer, arranger, and lyricist.

Because his background is very interesting.

He has released two albums: Gone (2010) and NYC Sessions (2015).

This week I want to post Dave Bass and his fellows.

Dave Bass was born June 21, 1950 in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Dave Bass began piano lessons at age seven, and shortly after graduating high school he was accepted into Boston’s Berklee College of Music.

Then he took lessons from the legendary Madame Margaret Chaloff who was the mother of Serge Chaloff.

Madame Margaret educated other young, immensely talented jazz artists as Keith Jarrett, Steve Kuhn.

Photo above of Keith Jarrett from Pinterst

Photo above of Steve Kuhn(in high school, 1955) from jazztimes .com

While in Boston, he also studied composition with George Russell.

Also he had toured as Brenda Lee’s pianist.

In 1974 they landed Caribbean, Japan, Singapore, and Malaysia.

Then he relocated to San Francisco.

Here is Dave Bass with Phil Woods & Conrad Herwig
play “BALTIC BOLERO”.

Here is DAVE BASS and Karrin Allyson (vo) play “Endless Waltz” (Live at Kitano – NYC)

Here is Brenda Lee sings “Lover, Come Back to Me”.