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Andy Kirk - Volume 3 - July 26, 1937 - February 8, 1938 mp3 download
Performer: Andy Kirk
Title: Volume 3 - July 26, 1937 - February 8, 1938
Style: Big Band
Rating: 4.1/5
Format: MP3 FLAC DXD MP1 MP3 VQF AUD AA DTS
FLAC size: 1157 mb | MP3 size: 1220 mb | WMA size: 1226 mb
Genre: Jazz

Andy Kirk (born May 28, 1898, Newport, Kentucky, USA - died December 11, 1992, Harlem, New York City, New York, USA) was an American jazz saxophonist, flutist, tubist, bassist, and orchestra leader. He was with George Morrison's band from 1919 until 1925, then spent three years with Terence Holder's "Dark Clouds Of Joy" in Dallas, Texas. Volume 3 - July 26, 1937 - February 8, 1938 ‎(LP, Comp).

A1 A Mellow Bit If Rhythm A2 In My Wildest Dreams A3 Better Luck Next Time A4 With Love In My Heart A5 What's Mine Is Yours A6 Why Can't We Do It Again A7 The Key To My Heart B1 I Went To A Gypsy B2 Lover, Come Back To. Me B3 Poor Butterfly B4 The Big Dipper B5 Bear Down B6 I Surrender, Dear B7 Twinklin'.

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Andrew Dewey Kirk (May 28, 1898 – December 11, 1992) was a jazz saxophonist and tubist who led the Twelve Clouds of Joy, a band popular during the swing era. Kirk grew up in Denver, Colorado, where he was tutored by Wilberforce Whiteman, Paul Whiteman's father. Kirk started his musical career playing with George Morrison's band, but then went on to join Terrence Holder's Dark Clouds of Joy. In 1929 he was elected leader after Holder departed

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Tracklist

A1 A Mellow Bit If Rhythm [sic]
A2 In My Wildest Dreams
A3 Better Luck Next Time
A4 With Love In My Heart
A5 What's Mine Is Yours
A6 Why Can't We Do It Again
A7 The Key To My Heart
B1 I Went To A Gypsy
B2 Lover, Come Back To Me
B3 Poor Butterfly
B4 The Big Dipper
B5 Bear Down
B6 I Surrender, Dear
B7 Twinklin'

Credits

  • Vocals – Henry Wells (tracks: A6), Pha Terrell (tracks: A2-5, A7, B1-3, B6)