King Porter And His Orchestra - Battle Ax / Come On In mp3 album
Read about Battle Ax from King Porter & His Orchestra's Special Request and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Jake Vernon Haven Porter (August 3, 1916, Oakland, California – March 25, 1993, Los Angeles) was an American jazz trumpeter and record producer. Porter started playing violin at age seven and switched to cornet at nine. He played locally in the San Francisco Bay Area between 1931 and 1939, playing with Melvin Parks, Lionel Hampton, and Saunders King before moving to Los Angeles in 1940. There he found work playing with Cee Pee Johnson, Slam Stewart, and Slim Gaillard; he served in the military in 1942-43 playing in a band at Camp Lockett, near San Diego.
A. Battle Ax Written-By – Henry Bernard. Henry Bernard, King Porter. A: Instrumental AA: Instrumental with vocal ensemble. Matrix, Runout (Side A): 5740 Matrix, Runout (Side B): 5739. Label CategoryCountry Year. King Porter And His Orchestra. Battle Ax, Come On In (10").
Released by Sony Music Nov 2000. "source":4,"source id":"28897","object type":4,"id":"28897","title":"Benny Goodman And His Orchestra","status":0}. Benny Goodman And His Orchestra. Released On : Nov 28, 2000. King Porter Stomp song from the album The Definitive is released on Nov 2000. The duration of song is 02:53. This song is sung by Benny Goodman And His Orchestra.
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Tom Jones recorded this song on his 1967 album 13 Smash Hits. Maxine Brown and Chuck Jackson recorded a cover in 1967, which reached number 20 on the Billboard R&B chart and number 91 on the Billboard pop chart. Bill Cosby did a humorous interpretation of the song on his 1968 album Bill Cosby Sings Hooray for the Salvation Army Band!. Jazz flautist Herbie Mann recorded the song on his 1969 album Memphis Underground and his 1973 live album Hold On, I'm Comin'. George Benson covers the song on his 1976 album Good King Bad (1976).
Composed by Jelly Roll Morton. Charlie Barnet, Jimmy Dorsey.
Benny Goodman And His Orchestra. 1960-1967 ERA (LP, Comp, RE). Musidisc, Musidisc.
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Written-By – Henry Bernard
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Written-By – Henry Bernard, King Porter
NotesRoyal-Flex: Unbreakable under normal Use.
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