Lee Wiley, Eddie Condon And His All-Stars - Lee Wiley 1944-45 mp3 album
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Lee Wiley (October 9, 1908 – December 11, 1975) was an American jazz singer popular in the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s. Wiley was born in Fort Gibson, Oklahoma. At fifteen, she left home to pursue a singing career. Her career was interrupted by a fall while horseback riding
Album: Lee Wiley Sings the Great American Songbook. Lee Wiley - Come Sunday At Carnegie Hall, 1972 Premier Release, 1995 04:16. Lee Wiley - Moonstruck Even More Jazz Stories, Vol. 13, 2013 03:40. Artist: Lee Wiley Eddie Condon & His Orchestra Lee Wiley, Eddie Condon & His Orchestra.
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Tommy Dorsey, Billie Butterfield, Muggsy Spanier, Jess Stacey, Lee Wiley, Earl "Fatha" Hines, George Wettling, Max Kaminsky, Ernie Caseras & Sid Weiss). The Best of Eddie Condon (1930-1944). Eddie Condon and Friends. Royal Garden Blues: The Best of Eddie Condon. 100 Roaring '20s Classics. The Essential Benny Goodman (Remastered). The Solomon Douglas Swingtet.
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Eddie Condon Orch, V Lee Wiley. Eddie Condon Orch, V Lee Wiley Repeal the Blues.
|A2||On The Sunny Side Of The Street|
|A3||I've Got A Crush On You|
|A4||Sweet And Lowdown|
|A5||You're Lucky To Me|
|A6||Wherever There's Love|
|A8||Soemone To Watch Over Me|
|B1||The Man I Love|
|B2||Don't Blame Me|
|B3||When Your Lover Has Gone|
|B4||A Ghost Of A Chance|
|B5||How Long Has This Been Going On|
|B6||Any Old Time|
|B8||Down With Love|