big band version

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  • His big band version and subsequent arrangements have taken on a more upbeat tempo typical of other songs of the period.
  • Jools Holland recorded a big band version for his 2008 album The Collection.
  • The Big Band version typically had a male voice singing these words, followed by a female voice singing the same words, with the exception of the last line.
  • Calloway performed an original shortened big band version in the 1980 film The Blues Brothers.
  • The "Big Band version" was later included on the 1978 album Masterpieces, released in Japan and Australia.
  • On the On a Night Like This tour, a big band version was performed where Minogue was in full white with a tailcoat and a top hat.
  • The single consisted of a "Big Band version" of the song on Side A and an "Acoustic version" on Side B.
  • At the end of 2010, she performed a big band version of the song at Jools Holland's annual Hootenanny.
  • These ranged from an all-star big band version arranged and conducted by Bill Potts to one by Bob Crosby and the Bobcats.
  • The album was released on 14 October 2013, with the collection including original material in addition to a big-band version of his single "When Will I Be Famous".
  • The rendition most often heard was a piano-driven trio version, but for his primetime show in 1956, music director Harry Sosnik presented a full-blown big band version.
  • The "radio studio" format was abandoned in favour of a more grandiose set and the group's self-performed theme song "We Are the Grumbleweeds" was replaced with a big band version.
  • He put his definitive stamp on the tune ten years later, in a swinging big-band version that built to successive climaxes on the back of an arrangement by Nelson Riddle.
  • In the early 1950s, German bandleader Kurt Henckels recorded a big band version in the pre-WWII style on the East German Amiga label.
  • The B-side contained a big band version of "Is This the Way to Amarillo" and a live recording of "If It Feels Good, Do It" plus videos of the first two tracks.
  • Earl Johnson had left Moxy in the summer of 1978 just after the album's release and was replaced by Woody West who was a former member of the big band version of The Stampeders and a former member of "Brutus".
  • There is film footage of the big-band version of the Flock (the Dinosaur Swamps version of the group) playing the song "Big Bird (Fly)" at a rock festival in the Netherlands about 1970.
  • He arranged the legendary Grace Jones album Slave to the Rhythm and a swinging big band version of Better the Devil You Know for Kylie Minogue's 2001 tour.
  • His song "I Can't Face the Music" was recorded by Ella Fitzgerald on her 1962 Verve release Rhythm is My Business, in a fabulous swing/big band version with Bill Doggett.
  • Although Hampton first recorded "Flying Home" under his own name with a small group in 1940 for Victor, the best and most famous version is the big band version recorded for Decca on May 26, 1942 in a new arrangement by Hampton's pianist Milt Buckner.
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