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7 thoughts on “ Gene Krupa & His Orchestra*, Roy Eldridge, Anita ODay - Knock Me A Kiss/Thats What You Think

  1. Get the best deals on Single Vinyl Records Gene Krupa when you shop the largest online selection at bluegrass.ballarnfeziussaikelv.infoinfo Free shipping on GENE KRUPA w/ ANITA O'DAY - Chickery Chick / Just A Little Fond COLUMBIA 78rpm. $ 78 RPM "ANNIVERSARY WALTZ/I THINK OF YOU" GENE KRUPA & HIS ORCHESTRA $ Genre: Pop. $ shipping. Style: Big.
  2. GENE KRUPA Chiquita Banana / You May Not Love Me 10" Latin Jazz Bossa Nova 78 E- $ 78 RPM JAZZ - Gene Krupa And His Orchestra ‎– Who / Full Dress Hop - 10" EX.
  3. Let Me off Uptown - Gene Krupa and his Orchestra;Anita O'Day and Roy Eldridge;Evans;Bostic Drummin' Man - Gene Krupa and his Orchestra;Irene Day;Parham;Krupa;Norman That's What You Think - Gene Krupa and his Orchestra;Anita O'Day;K. Werner;S. Werner.
  4. The Classic Years Vol 2, an album by Gene Krupa on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  5. Let Me Off Uptown is the Krupa classic of the period, with a memorable melody and lyrics, a swinging vocal by O’Day, clever vocal interplay by O’Day with Eldridge and an exciting trumpet solo. It was the Gene Krupa Orchestra’s biggest hit and made Anita O’Day famous.
  6. All The Things You Are (Lionel Hampton & His French New Sound) All The Things You Are (Lionel Hampton & Stan Getz) Always And The Angels Sing Answer Me, My Love Any Time At All Autumn Avalon (Gene Krupa - Lionel Hampton - Teddy Wilson) Baby Won't You Please Come Home (Lionel Hampton And His Orchestra) Baby You're Great (Lionel Hampton und sein.
  7. The Gene Krupa Story is a four-CD box set anthology containing 98 tracks with a page booklet. The focus is on Krupa's role as a bandleader from the late '30s through the '50s of various size ensembles that included Anita O'Day, Roy Eldridge, and Irene Daye, to name a few/5(3).

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