Les Brown And His Band Of Renown - Deep Purple / The Moon Was Yellow mp3 album
- Performer: Les Brown And His Band Of Renown
- Title: Deep Purple / The Moon Was Yellow
- Genre: Jazz
- Formats: XM ASF DXD VOX DMF AUD RA
- Style: Big Band
- MP3 album: 1176 mb
- FLAC album: 1711 mb
- Rating: 4.4/5
- Votes: 556
Les Brown & His Band Of Renown Speak Low (When You Speak, Love). Les Brown & His Band Of Renown Bali Ha'I .
A Band Of Renown 1936-1949. Go to artist profile. Les was born on March 14, 1912 and was raised in Tower City, PA, the son of . Brown, a baker and musician. Quoting Les' own words) "My father's love was music, but he was a baker so we could ea. . View full artist profile. Play all. Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra.
Lester Raymond Brown (March 14, 1912 – January 4, 2001) was an American jazz musician who led the big band Les Brown and His Band of Renown for nearly seven decades from 1938 to 2000. Brown was born in Reinerton, Pennsylvania. He enrolled in the Conway Military Band School (later part of Ithaca College) in 1926, studying with famous bandleader Patrick Conway for three years before receiving a music scholarship to the New York Military Academy, where he graduated in 1932.
Les Brown And His Band Of Renown. по названию по исполнителю. Les Brown & His Band Of Renown – Undecided. Les Brown & His Band Of Renown – I Can't Get Started. Les Brown & His Band Of Renown – If Ever I Would Leave You. 3:47. Les Brown & His Band Of Renown – Little Girl Blue. Les Brown and His Band of Renown – Thank Heaven for Little Girls. Les Brown & His Band Of Renown – Begin the Beguine.
To celebrate his 50th anniversary as a bandleader, Les Brown recorded what would be his only American record of the 1980s. This CD, which has 16 selections, mostly sticks to veteran standards, although fortunately there are no remakes of earlier hits or any attempts at outright nostalgia. Jack Sperling drives the band on drums and two of Brown's earliest players (bass trombonist Stumpy Brown and baritonist Butch Stone) were still playing their parts, although neither gets to solo or sing. This is a decent set that makes one wish that Les Brown had recorded more jazz during the past 30 years.