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Whispering - Benny Goodman - I Had To Do It (CD)

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  1. Benny Goodman, born Benjamin David Goodman, (May 30, – June 13, ) was an American jazz musician, known as King of Swing, Patriarch of the Clarinet, The Professor, and Swing's Senior Statesman. Goodman was regarded by some as a demanding taskmaster, by others an arrogant and eccentric martinet.
  2. Whispering: You Do Something To Me: It Could Happen To You: It Had To Be You: There’s A Small Hotel: Stardust: Stompin’ At Tha Savoy: Jumpin’ At The Woodside Let's Dance: How High The Moon.
  3. Benny Goodman. Der „King of Swing', wie er heute noch genannt wird, wurde am in Chicago geboren. Benny Goodman bekam schon sehr früh Klarinettenunterricht und spielte als Junge bereits auf Ausflugsdampfern auf dem Michigansee.
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  6. May 28,  · CD Review: Benny Goodman Disc Box * "I Had To Do It" * Membran There are many box sets of Benny Goodman's recordings from the s, and nearly all of them are worthwhile. The 3-Disc Complete RCA Victor Small Groups Author: Eric Seddon.
  7. Whispering Benny Goodman Buy This Song. FAVORITE (0 fans) Benny Goodman. Benjamin David “Benny” Goodman (May 30, – June 13, ) was an American jazz and swing musician, clarinetist and bandleader; widely known as the "King of Swing".
  8. May 31,  · and it should be easy to do, so all you have to do is read this review and learn carefully how to create a definitive MP3 edition. Officially titled Wrappin' It Up, this upbeat and fantastic recorded session or 78 set that Benny Goodman put out in needs to get the kind of restoration it truly deserves.5/5(1).
  9. By , clarinetist Benny Goodman was already known as "The King of Swing" — the leader of the most popular dance band in America at a time when swing jazz was America's most popular music. But nobody knew how it would be received in Carnegie Hall, America's temple to classical music. "That January 16 th back in was a Sunday, and a cold one," Goodman recalled .

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