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Billy Cotton And His Band - That Rhythm Man download mp3 album
Performer:
Billy Cotton And His Band
Album:
That Rhythm Man
Released:
1982
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1273 mb
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1980 mb
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1816 mb
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Listen to Yeah Man from Billy Cotton & His Band's Wakey Wa-a-Key!!! The Best of Billy Cotton for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. William Edward Cotton (6 May 1899 – 25 March 1969), better known as Billy Cotton, was a British band leader and entertainer, one of the few whose orchestras survived the dance band era. Today, he is mainly remembered as a 1950s and 1960s radio and television personality, although his musical talent emerged as early as the 1920s. In his younger years Billy Cotton was also an amateur footballer for Brentford . and later, for the then Athenian league club Wimbledon, now AFC Wimbledon), an accomplished racing driver and the owner of a Gipsy Moth which he piloted himself.

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Once at the studio, producer Milt Gabler (uncle of actor Billy Crystal, who had produced Louis Jordan as well as Billie Holiday), insisted the band work on a song entitled "Thirteen Women (and Only One Man in Town)" (previously written and recorded by Dickie Thompson), which Gabler wanted to promote as the A-side of the. group's first single for Decca. Near the end of the session, the band finally recorded a take of "Rock Around the Clock," but Haley's vocals were drowned out by the band. Despite not being members of Bill Haley and His Comets, Gussak and Cedrone were trusted session players that Haley had used before.

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A1 Billy Cotton's Savannah Band* From Monday On
Written-By – Crosby*, Barris*
3:02
A2 Billy Cotton's Savannah Band* My Southern Home
Written-By – Shalson*
3:08
A3 Billy Cotton And His Band Puttin' On The Ritz
Written-By – Irving Berlin
3:00
A4 Billy Cotton And His Band That Rhythm Man
Written-By – Razaf*, Waller*, Brooks*
2:41
A5 Billy Cotton And His Band You Brought A New Kind Of Love To Me
Written-By – Kahal*, Norman*, Fain*
3:17
A6 Billy Cotton And His Band The New Tiger Rag
Written-By – Nick LaRocca
2:49
A7 Billy Cotton And His Band Bessie Couldn't Help It
Written-By – Warner*, Bayha*, Richmond*
2:56
A8 Billy Cotton And His Band You're Lucky To Me
Written-By – Razaf*, Blake*
3:09
A9 Billy Cotton And His Band Memories Of You
Written-By – Razaf*, Blake*
2:57
A10 Billy Cotton And His Band That Lindy Hop
Written-By – Razaf*, Blake*
3:06
B1 Billy Cotton And His Band It Looks Like Love
Written-By – Freed*, Woods*
2:51
B2 Billy Cotton And His Band Were You Sincere?
Written-By – Meskill*, Rose*
3:10
B3 Billy Cotton And His Band Why Shoudn't I?
Written-By – Arthur Freed
2:49
B4 Billy Cotton And His Band You Wouldn't?
Written By – SquiersWritten-By – Rossborough*
2:42
B5 Billy Cotton And His Band Parkin' In The Moonlight
Written-By – O'Flynn*, Tobias*, DeRose*
2:54
B6 Billy Cotton And His Band It's The Girl
Written-By – Baer*, Oppenheim*
2:40
B7 Billy Cotton And His Band You Call It Madness (But I Call It Love)
Written-By – Conrad*, DuBois*, Gregory*, Columbo*
3:04
B8 Billy Cotton And His Band Yes-Yes (My Baby Said "Yes-Yes")
Written-By – Friend*, Conrad*
2:56
B9 Billy Cotton And His Band Nobody's Sweetheart
Written-By – Meyers*, Schoebel*, Erdman*, Kahn*
3:04
B10 Billy Cotton And His Band Sleepy Time Down South
Written-By – Muse*, L. Rene*, O. Rene*
3:08

Credits

  • Alto Saxophone – Sidney Lipton (tracks: A1 to B4)
  • Banjo – Alan Ferguson, Cyril Gaida (tracks: A1, A2), Lal Jackson (tracks: B5 to B10)
  • Baritone Saxophone – Jimmy Shankland (tracks: A3 to B4), Mick Burberry (tracks: A4 to B4)
  • Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Jack Halsall (tracks: B5 to B10), Mick Burberry (tracks: A4 to B10)
  • Clarinet, Soprano Saxophone – Ronnie Coulbertson (tracks: A1, A2, A3), Victor Boulcott (tracks: A1, A2, A3)
  • Clarinet, Soprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone – Sid Lenton (tracks: A3 to B4)
  • Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Cyril Grantham (tracks: B5 to B10), Frank Barnes (tracks: B6 to B10), Jimmy Shankland (tracks: A3 to B10)
  • Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone, Alto Saxophone – Steve King (tracks: A4 to B4)
  • Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Dave Roberts (tracks: A1, A2)
  • Design [Sleeve Design] – Shadow Creative Design
  • Double Bass [String Bass], Tuba [Brass Bass] – Jimmy Broad (tracks: A1, A2), Joe Gibson (tracks: A3 to B4), Joe White (tracks: B5 to B10)
  • Drums – Arthur Baker (tracks: B5 to B10), Donald Whitelaw (tracks: A1 to B4)
  • Engineer [Transfer Engineer] – John Wadley
  • Guitar – Alan Ferguson, Les Casey (tracks: B5 to B10)
  • Liner Notes – Harry Bridges
  • Piano – Clem Bernard
  • Trombone – Dave Burchett (tracks: B5 to B10), Ellis Jackson (tracks: B5 to B10), Joe Ferrie (tracks: A1 to B4)
  • Trumpet – Arthur Williams (tracks: B5 to B10), George Burgess (tracks: B5 to B10), Nat Gonella (tracks: A4 to B4), Sid Buckman (tracks: A1 to B4), Tom Birch (tracks: A1, A2, A3)
  • Violin – Phil Phillips (tracks: B5 to B10), Sidney Lipton (tracks: A1 to B4)
  • Vocals – Alan Breeze (tracks: B5 to B10), Nat Gonella (tracks: A4 to B4)

Notes

Recording Dates:
A1 - October 1928
A2 - February 1929
A3 - March 28, 1930
A4 - August 14, 1930
A5 - September 4, 1930
A6, A7 - October 21, 1930
A8, A9 - January 3, 1931
A10 - February 20, 1931
B1, B2 - May 5, 1931
B3, B4 - May 21, 1931
B5 - August 22, 1931
B6, B7, B8 - October 10, 1931
B9, B10 - November 13, 1931

Original 78's from the joint collections of Colin Brown and John Wadley.

Cover photos by kind permission of Nostalgia Magazine.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1): SVL 149A PAG B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2): SVL 149B PAG A