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Harry James  - Our Leader! download free

Harry James - Our Leader! download free

Genre: Jazz
Performer: Harry James
Album: Our Leader!
Country: US
Released: 1967
Style: Big Band
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Harry James (2) ‎– Our Leader! Label: Dot Records ‎– DLP 25801. Recorded April-May 1967 in Hollywood, CA. Appears in the New Album Releases column on . 6 of the May 20, 1967 issue of Billboard.

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Our Leader-Harry James and His Orchestra Dot DLP 25801 On A Clear Day You Can See Forever Happy It Was a Very Good Year Trav'lin' Light Lightly and. Happy - Harry James, 1967. Happy - Harry James and His Orchestra Recorded April-May 1967 in Hollywood, California Released in 1967 on Dot DLP 3801 and DLP 25801 Written by Harry. Don’t Stop Now - Harry James, 1967.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 On A Clear Day You Can See Forever
Written-By – Lerner*, Lane*
3:05
A2 Happy
Written-By – James*, Bellson*, Paich*
3:46
A3 It Was A Very Good Year
Written-By – Ervin Drake
2:56
A4 Trav'lin' Light
Vocals – Ernie AndrewsWritten-By – Mundy*, Mercer*, Young*
2:36
A5 Don't Stop Now
Written-By – Thad Jones
2:59
B1 Lightly And Politely
Written-By – Louis Bellson
3:43
B2 Sunrise, Sunset
Written-By – Bock*, Harnick*
2:55
B3 Funny How Time Slips Away
Vocals – Ernie AndrewsWritten-By – Willie Nelson
4:52
B4 That's Thad
Written-By – Thad Jones
3:03

Credits

  • Alto Saxophone [Uncredited] – Gary Krand, Joe Riggs
  • Baritone Saxophone [Uncredited], Clarinet [Uncredited] – Bob Achilles
  • Bass [Uncredited] – Red Kelly*
  • Bass Trombone [Uncredited] – Richard Winter
  • Drums [Uncredited] – Percival 'Sonny' Payne*
  • Engineer – Hank Cicalo
  • Leader – Harry James
  • Orchestra [Uncredited] – Harry James And His Orchestra
  • Piano [Uncredited] – Jack Perciful
  • Producer – Tom Mack
  • Tenor Saxophone [Uncredited] – Corky Corcoran, Dave Johnson
  • Trombone [Uncredited] – Joe Cadena, Ray Sims
  • Trumpet [Uncredited] – Al Patacca, Allan Yeager, Bob Carter , Harry James , Phil Gilbert, Tom Porrello*

Notes

Recorded April-May 1967 in Hollywood, CA.
Appears in the New Album Releases column on p.46 of the May 20, 1967 issue of Billboard.

Recording date/location and credits not on the cover are from the Trumpet Toast re-issue compilation album, MCA Records MCL 1774, and the Jazz Discography Ver 14.
MCL 1774 credits Bob Carter on trumpet, while The Jazz Discography credits Phil Gilbert.

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DLP 3801 Harry James Our Leader! ‎(LP, Mono) Dot Records DLP 3801 US 1967
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