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Jazz Oracle

The tag New Yorkers was widely used among jazz bands and dance orchestras regardless of he actual background of the musicians. "New York" stood for cosmopolitan musicians. Several groups visiting Europe traveled under this name, including Alex Hyde, Frank Guarente and George Carhart. The "New Yorkers" would travel to Europe under Carhart's aegis and then fend for themselves when Carhart's deals fell through. The tunes on this CD come from several recording sessions and include a here-to-fore unknown vocalist, Al Bowlly, made for the Homocord company. Other tunes originate at the Tri-Ergon movie company where fourteen titles were recorded. Also included are eight Frank Guarente Kalophon discs re-issued in their entirety here.

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1) Hoosier Sweetheart
2) Sunny Disposish
3) It All Belongs to Me
4) A Siren Dream
5) Music and Moonlight
6) My Sunday Girl
7) I'm Living on Love
8) There's a Cradle in Caroline
9) Ostrich Walk
10) Pretty Girl
11) By the Waterfall
12) The Song Is Ended
13) Clarinet Marmelade
14) Smile
15) One More Night
16) It's a Million to One You're in Love
17) Georgians Blues
18) Lonely Acres
19) Hard-To-Get Gerty
20) Boneyard Shuffle
21) Lonesome and Sorry
22) Valencia
23) There's a Boatman on the Volga
24) Too Bad

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