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8 thoughts on “ Ray Anthony & His Orchestra - Youre Driving Me Crazy / Trumpet Boogie (Shellac)

  1. Biography. Anthony was born to an Italian family in Bentleyville, Pennsylvania but moved with his family to Cleveland, Ohio, where he studied the trumpet. He played in Glenn Miller's band from – and appeared in the Glenn Miller movie Sun Valley Serenade before joining the U.S. Navy during World War rotitatorevel.undesumlinkfifertimmsulsunasnelo.infoinfo the war he formed his own group. The Ray Anthony Orchestra became popular in.
  2. Ray Anthony A: You're Driving Me Crazy B: Trumpet Boogie: Capitol Netherlands: F 7" 0: Ray Anthony And His Orchestra Dixie Parade A1: The Darktown Strutter's Ball A2: When The Saints Go Marching In March B1: Spaghetti Rag B2: Way Down Yonder In New Orleans: Capitol Netherlands: EAP EP: 0: Ray Anthony And His Orchestra.
  3. During the period to the Ray Anthony Orchestra made many broadcasts for the American Forces Radio Services. The selection on this compact disc has been chosen from a series of tracks transcribed for the US Navy Recruiting Service. The selection demonstrates the great standard the band maintained during these years.
  4. From to , German Capitol records were produced by Teldec (Telefunken-Decca), using original US Capitol masters: these were present on the market under the label Telefunken Capitol. From on, its catalogue was taken over by the Electrola company, using the same order numbers.
  5. Ray Anthony And His Orchestra Ray Anthony's Campus Rumpus! A1: The Continental A2: Campus Rumpus B1: Smoke Rings B2: It's De-Lovely: Capitol USA: EBF EP: 2: Ray Anthony And His Orchestra A: At Last B: As Time Goes By: Capitol USA: F 7" 1: Ray Anthony And His Orchestra A: Street Scene B: On The Trail: Capitol USA: F
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  7. Trumpeter Ray Anthony, a bandleader for more than half a century, led his first ensemble for the U.S. Navy during World War II, and performed a number of times on behalf of the Navy recruiting service from –54, broadcasts from which the selections on this disc were taken.
  8. Ray Anthony was a truly outstanding trumpeter. Prior to World war II (during which Miller died in a plane crash) Anthony played in the great Glenn Miller band, although only in his teens. After WWII, Anthony formed his own band which, initially, heavily copied the Glenn Miller sound, except that Anthony played a trumpet solo in every piece/5(8).

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