Chinatown My Chinatown. Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra.
Harlem Nocturne - Glen Gray & His Casa Loma Orchestra. Copenhagen - Glen Gray & The Casa Loma Orchestra. Snowfall - Glen Gray & The Casa Loma Orchestra. Song of India - Glen Gray.
When I Grow Too Old to Dream - Glen Gray, The Casa Loma Orchestra. A Hundred Years From Today - Glen Gray, The Casa Loma Orchestra. 3. A Lover's Lullaby - Glen Gray, The Casa Loma Orchestra.
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Smoke Rings - Casa Loma Orchestra @. Terms of Service. Artist: Casa Loma Orchestra. Album: Boneyard Shuffle, 1998. Glen Gray and the Casa Loma Orchestra, recorded in Hollywood on July 23, 1937. This tune, the radio theme song for the Casa Loma Orchestra, is one of the smoothest and most beautiful ballads recorded during the Big Band era. With this arrangement, which juxtaposes Billy Rauch's upper register trombone over a full clarinet section playing in the lower register, the Casa Loma Orchestra approaches the sublety of the Duke Ellington Orchestra
In The Style Of Casa Loma's Smoke Rings). Arranged By – Larry WagnerClarinet – Abe MostTrombone – Joe Howard. B3. Days Of Wine And Roses (In The Style Of Les Brown's I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm). Arranged By – Larry WagnerPiano – Ray ShermanTrumpet – Manny Klein. Volume 7 - Today's Best (LP, Album).
Listen to music from Casa Loma Orchestra like Smoke Rings, Limehouse Blues & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Casa Loma Orchestra. The Casa Loma Orchestra was an American swing band active from 1927 to 1963. It did not tour after 1950 but continued to record as a studio group. It began its existence in 1927 as the Orange Blossoms, one of several Detroit-area groups that came out of the Jean Goldkette office.
The first of two Circle LPs featuring the Casa Loma Orchestra on radio transcriptions has six ballad vocals by Kenny Sargent, three more light-hearted ones from Pee Wee Hunt and just three instrumentals, none of which are all that exciting. Although the musicianship of the group is obviously high, the lack of any jazz-oriented material makes this release of lesser interest. feat: Glen Gray & the Casa Loma Orchestra, Kenny Sargent.