Uploaded on Jan 21, 2012
From my 78rpm record collection.
6枚組10吋SPアルバム 「ビクター・ダンス・レコード・クラブ第３輯 "HOT JAZZ" 」より
One book in " Victor dance record club" which Victor record (Japan) planned it before World War II and sold.
"Victor dance record club vol.3 - HOT JAZZ
"CHIMES AT THE MEETIN"
Willie Bryant and His Orchestra
Vocal by Willie Bryant
Recorded in January 4, 1935
Willie Bryant (August 30, 1908 -- February 9, 1964) was an American jazz bandleader, vocalist, and disc jockey.
Born in New Orleans, Louisiana, Bryant grew up in Chicago and took trumpet lessons to little success. His first job in entertainment was dancing in the Whitman Sisters Show in 1926. He worked in various vaudeville productions for the next several years, and in 1934 he appeared in the show Chocolate Revue with Bessie Smith.
In 1934, he put together his first big band, which at times included Teddy Wilson, Cozy Cole, Johnny Russell, Benny Carter, Ben Webster, Eddie Durham, Ram Ramirez, and Taft Jordan. They recorded six times between 1935 and 1938; Bryant sings on 18 of the 26 sides recorded.
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