Best of the Big Bands - Harry James

Best of the Big Bands

Harry James

 Biography
  • Genre: Jazz
  • Release Date: 1990-06-19
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 16

  • ℗ Originally released 1939, 1941, 1942, 1945, 1946, 1948. All rights reserved by SONY BM

Tracks

Play Title Time Download
1
Strictly Instruments 2:52  
2
I've Heard That Song Before 2:58  
3
The Man With the Horn 3:19  
4
I Had the Craziest Dream 3:23  
5
Sleepy Lagoon 2:54  
6
I Can't Begin to Tell You 2:57  
7
Trumpet Blues & Cantabile 2:57  
8
You Made Me Love You 3:12  
9
It's Been a Long, Long Time 3:23  
10
Ciribiribin 2:28  
11
I'll Get By (As Long As I Have 2:40  
12
I Don't Want to Walk Without Y 2:51  
13
Carnival 3:13  
14
The Devil Sat Down and Cried 2:42  
15
Music Makers 3:15  
16
I'm Beginning to See the Light 3:14  

Reviews

  • Beautiful

    5
    By thea005
    “Are you going to tell me about her?” “No, I don’t think I will.”
  • Captain America

    5
    By The Jp Fanbase
    I cry every time. What a perfect song to end the Captain America storyline.
  • :)

    5
    By PoetryInMotion88
    Good for you, Cap. Good for you
  • Great vibes

    5
    By brandinator64
    I’m just here she’s of endgame. I loved the inclusion of the song at the end. Great movie with a ton of great tracks, this included
  • Great album

    5
    By MeaghanDavis
    I love all of the songs of this album.
  • LOVE IT!!!

    5
    By JamaicanTee
    I came here because I wanted the song that was playing in the Captain America: Winter Soldier movie, but I ended coming back for the whole album, because I'm just infatuated with this time period and music now. Go figure!
  • You Made Me Love You

    3
    By AnnaAcorn
    No vocals? I bought this song expecting to hear Helen Ward singing (as her name is credited after the song title). Nice tune but disappointed.
  • Best of the big bands

    5
    By Overjoy3
    Great. Loved it for 50 years!
  • Its great

    5
    By ilovemusic108
    Harry james is really good. And he's from the mid 1900's

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