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Smoke Rings ()


Gene Gifford's wistful, ethereal "Smoke Rings" was one of the great sentimental melodies of the 1930s. It served as the theme song for the collectively run Casa Loma Orchestra, a fine big band that enjoyed years of popularity under the nominal leadership of a saxophonist whose full name was Glen Gray Knoblaugh. Released in 2002, ASV/Living Era's Smoke Rings is a well-constructed sampler of 25 Glen Gray recordings dating from the years 1930-1943. In addition to swinging instrumentals (six of them penned by Gifford) there are ...

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  1. Smoke Rings
  2. Casa Loma Stomp
  3. White Jazz
  4. Blues in My Heart
  5. Black Jazz
  6. Washboard Blues
  7. Blue Jazz
  8. Sophisticated Lady
  9. Wild Goose Chase
  10. It's the Talk of the Town
  11. A Hundred Years from Today
  12. Chinatown, My Chinatown
  13. Blue Moon
  14. Lookie, Lookie, Lookie, Here Comes Cookie
  15. You Go to My Head
  16. Sunrise Serenade (Sun Valley Serenade)
  17. Heaven Can Wait
  18. Rockin' Chair
  19. Lazy Bones
  20. Little Old Lady
  21. No Name Jive
  22. My Heart Tells Me
  23. My Shining Hour
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Smoke Rings
2002, ASV/Living Era

UPC: 743625538229


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