Ray Anthony And His Bookend Revue - Recorded Live...In Person! mp3 album
Vocals – Ray Anthony And The Bookends. B2. Roaring Twenties Medley. Vocals – Diane Varga. Ray Anthony And His Bookend Revue. In Person! (LP, Mono).
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1. The Swingin Scene of Ray Anthony and his Bookend Revue/ Live Show! Published: 2 years ago. Duration: 45:55. The SKY CLUB in DALLAS" - Ray Anthony. Ray Anthony And the Bookends at the MGM (Now Bally's in Las Vegas) 1974. 4. Dirty Trumpet for Swingin' Party - Ray Anthony.
After his discharge in 1946, he formed his own Ray Anthony Orchestra and toured across the United States. More hits followed, including a 1952 take on Glenn Miller's "At Last" (from I Remember Glenn Miller) and his hugely popular 1953 version of the Dragnet TV show theme song.
Ray Anthony And His Bookends's albums. Collections: 3. Remastered Hits.
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A popular swing-era trumpeter, Ray Anthony built upon his success with the Glenn Miller Orchestra in the '40s, transitioning into his role as a bandleader and actor in Hollywood during the '50s. Blessed with a big, warm tone and supple, swinging style, Anthony drew favorable comparisons to trumpet icon Harry James and enjoyed decades of success on tour and in the studio. He also formed the pop-oriented Ray Anthony & His Bookend Revue, which featured the trumpeter flanked by two female singers. Since then, he has remained active, continuing to make live appearances and release albums on his own Aero Space Records label, including 2004's Dream Dancing, Vol. 6: The Sinatra Songbook and 2005's Dream Dancing, Vol. 7: The Harry James Songbook.
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Raymond Antonini (born January 20, 1922), known as Ray Anthony, is an American bandleader, trumpeter, songwriter, and actor. He is the last surviving member of the Glenn Miller Orchestra. Anthony was born to an Italian family in Bentleyville, Pennsylvania but moved with his family to Cleveland, Ohio, where he studied the trumpet. He played in Glenn Miller's band from 1940–1941 and appeared in the Glenn Miller movie Sun Valley Serenade before joining the .
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Vocals – Diane Wisdom
|A4||Tin Roof Blues|
|A5||So I Said Yes
Vocals – Kitty Oliver
Vocals – Natalie Moore
|A7||Sing, Sing, Sing|
|B1||Everybody Do The Swim
Vocals – Ray Anthony And The Bookends*
|B2||Roaring Twenties Medley
Vocals – Diane Varga
Vocals – Dave Leonard
Vocals – Dave Leonard , Diane Varga
- Manufactured By – Capitol Custom
- Recorded At – Carillon Hotel, Miami Beach, Florida
- Cover – Rick Freers
NotesSame catalog number, tracklist, and runout markings as Ray Anthony - The Swinging Scene Of Ray Anthony, and manufactured and pressed by Capitol Custom, but artwork is slightly different to that of Ray Anthony - The Swinging Scene Of Ray Anthony.
Also different: Label (as indicated by center labels, inner and outer sleeves) is Space Records rather than Aero Space Records.
Shares the same title as Ray Anthony And His Bookend Revue - Recorded Live...In Person!, but center labels, artwork, tracklist, runouts (etc) are all distinctly different.
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- Matrix / Runout: (A-Side Runout - Etched) R-AC 1002 A 33-SWB-2136-D-1 side-1
- Matrix / Runout: (B-Side Runout - Etched) R-AC 1002 B 33-SWB-2137-D-1 side-2