Ted Heath

Old English + Smooth`N Swinging (FM 605)

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Old English + Smooth`N Swinging

Ted Heath

Fine And Mellow

8436019586051

FAM 117062

FM 605

JAZZ

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Old English + Smooth`N Swinging

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CD 8,22 €

FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER ON CD!

This release contains the two complete albums "Old English" and "Smooth'n Swinging" by the most successful British big band leader of all time recorded during the apex of his group's success.

TED HEATH AND HIS ORCHESTRA:

[1-12]: OLD ENGLISH. London, England, 1958.
[13-26]: SOMOOTH 'N SWINGING. London, England, 1959 & 1962.

INCLUDES 12-PAGE COMPREHENSIVE BOOKLET!

TRACKS:

01 LINCOLNSHIRE POACHER 2:18
02 GREENSLEEVES 2:43
03 D'YE KEN JOHN PEEL 2:39
04 DRINK TO ME ONLY WITH THINE EYES 3:37
05 THERE'S A TAVERN IN THE TOWN 3:08 06 BARBARA ALLEN 3:20
07 CHERRY RIPE 3:02
08 SWEET POLLY OLIVER 2:56
09 LONDON BRIDGE IS FALLING DOWN 2:38 10 EARLY ONE MORNING 2:37
11 THE LASS OF RICHMOND HILL 2:35
12 FOGGY FOGGY DEW 2:50
13 LOVER, COME BACK TO ME 2:41
14 SUMMERTIME 3:16
15 HOW ABOUT YOU? 2:48
16 DON'T GET AROUND MUCH ANYMORE 2:49
17 SMOOTH'N SWINGING 2:03
18 DON'T BE THAT WAY 2:20
19 TAKING A CHANCE ON LOVE 2:07
20 THESE FOOLISH THINGS 2:56
21 MIDNIGHT SUN 2:19
22 A FINE ROMANCE 2:22
23 NIGHT AND DAY 2:59
24 YOU'RE MY EVERYTHING 1:57
25 YOU'D BE SO NICE TO COME HOME TO 2:18
26 9.20 SPECIAL 2:22

Total Time: 69:41

"Of all of the great bands to come out of England, none has earned more recognition - both nationally and internationally - than the Ted Heath Orchestra. His group garnered fame with a number of hit albums, regular work for the BBC and a Sunday-night concert series at the London Palladium. A charismatic leader, Heath demanded the most from his sidemen which at different times included such notable musicians as Ken Baker, Johnny Dankworth, Jack Parnell, Stanley Black, Danny Moss, Don Rendell and Ronnie Scott (who would later own the most famous jazz club in London), as well as arrangers George Shearing, Johnny Keating, Robert Farnon, Roland Shaw and Tadd Dameron!"
-from the original liner notes