Bert Lown Biltmore Hotel Orchestra-I Can't Believe It's True


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Hello Ratpfink, welcome to my channel and thank you for pointing out the exact recording date! The constantly taken down music and the massively disappearing channels was a reason why I migrated over here by the way.
Par kspm0220sIl y a 5 ans
Thanks so very much for posting this. I first heard it on YouTube, where it was taken down...TWICE!

All this talk about the record date this came from and no one bothered to mention it was Aug. 7, 1932. But that's ok, we're all hardcore here.

About the "rejected" takes - you never know when they'll turn up, usually on a theatre-use-only disc or a test pressing.
Par RatPfinkIl y a 5 ans
Fred, we'll never know why this was considered better without vocal. I'm with you and all other viewers a vocals would be a definite plus, especially one displaying the refinement Feldkamp left us on many other occasions.
Par kspm0220sIl y a 6 ans
Actually Elmer was in fine voice for this session. His vocal on "I'm Yours For Tonight" is excellent. This is a very interesting session,. two takes each of "Over The Weekend" and "I Wish I Had Wings" were recorded , one vocal and one non-vocal. The non vocals were rejected. This side and the flip "Goodbye To Love" were non-vocal only.
Par phred001Il y a 6 ans
Lou and Fred: I don't understand why this has no vocal if Elmer was present. Maybe he had a cold :-) I agree the Isham Jones and Ambrose versions are outstanding. And I have confirm the bass sax is Spencer Clark, not Adrian Rollini.
Par kspm0220sIl y a 6 ans
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