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8 thoughts on “ Shortnin Bread - Bob Crosby - Live Performances, Big Band & Small 1940-1941 (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Even more than most of the entries in Time-Life's Big Bands series, the Bob Crosby number eschews a selection of the artist's hits in favor of a jazz-oriented compilation. None of Crosby's popular recordings are included, and in fact only five selections out of 21 have vocals, a somewhat odd representation for a band led by a singer.
  2. I find a great meal at Bob’s Well Bread Bakery. The restaurant, in a convertedgas station, offers breakfast items like an “Egg-in-a-Jar,” which combines purple potato puree, Gruyère cheese, and a poached egg, alongside flaky, flavorful pastries.
  3. Blu-Disc T, Bob Crosby, Live Perfs, Big Band & Small: - Br (E) LAT – see under “Various Artists” Br (E) LAT , bob crosby’s bob cats,
  4. 22 Original Big-Band Recordings, a Compilation of songs by Bob Crosby and His Orchestra. Released in on Hindsight (catalog no. HCD; CD). Genres: Dixieland, Big Band. Featured peformers: The Bob Cats (featured).
  5. The Bob Crosby Band played a unique brand of big band Dixieland jazz which found international acclaim and paved the way for the traditional jazz revival of the forties. Legendary musicians Eddie Miller, Yank Lawson, Billy Butterfield, Irving Fazola, Matty Matlock, Nappy Lamare, Jess Stacy, Ray Bauduc and Bob Haggart all played in the band as well as the popular aggregation, The Bobcats.
  6. Check out Bob Crosby & His Orchestra on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on Amazon.
  7. Bob Crosby covered Where Did You Learn to Love, That's How Much I Love You, The Old Apple Tree, It's a Long Way to Tipperary and other songs. Bob Crosby originally did Where Did You Learn to Love, That's How Much I Love You, The Old Apple Tree, It's a Long Way to Tipperary and other songs. Bob Crosby wrote The Big Noise from Winnetka, Until and Silver and Gold.
  8. The song Shortnin' Bread was written by [Traditional] and. It was covered by Eddie Baxter, Dock Roberts & Edgar Boaz, Henry Whitter, Jean Ritchie, Oscar Brand & David Sear and other artists.

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