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Examples of "red_norvo"
A review from "Downbeat Magazine" of her albums "Talk of the Town", "Helen Comes Back", and "Helen Humes with Red Norvo and His Orchestra" said the following about her collaboration with Red Norvo:
The biggest-selling version was a 1939 recording by Red Norvo and his orchestra (vocal by Terry Allen).
The list of jazz artist he has performed with extend to Charlie Parker, George Shearing, Red Norvo, and Earl Hines.
1990 The Legendary V-Disc Masters (1943-1944), Vol. 1 / Red Norvo & His Overseas Spotlight Band / Primary Artist
Red Norvo and His Selected Sextet recorded June 6, 1945, at WOR Recording Studios, 1440 Broadway, New York. The master was originally owned by Comet, but sold to Dial Records who first released some of the cuts. The musicians were Dizzy Gillespie, Charlie Parker, Flip Phillips, Red Norvo, Teddy Wilson, Slam Stewart, Specs Powell, and J.C. Heard. Heard alternated with Powell.
Miller was born in Brooklyn, New York. Performing with Red Norvo, Mildred Bailey and Charlie Barnet in the 1930s, Miller also performed with Tommy Dorsey and Benny Goodman.
With the Red Norvo Quintet: Live in Australia, 1959 is a live album by American singer Frank Sinatra, recorded in 1959 but released in 1997.
Blues and Vanilla is an album by saxophonist Jack Montrose's Quintet with Red Norvo recorded in 1956 for the RCA Victor label.
with Charlie Christian, guitar; Meade Lux Lewis, piano; Red Norvo, vibraphone, Teddy Wilson, piano (Blue Note, CD 7243 8 21260 27)
Collections is an album by vibraphonist Red Norvo, saxophonist Art Pepper, drummer Joe Morello and pianist Gerry Wiggins recorded in early 1957 originally released on the Intro label.
In 1939, he composed "In the Middle of a Dream" with Tommy Dorsey and Al Stillman, which was recorded by Glenn Miller and Red Norvo.
He played with Isham Jones (1938) and Red Norvo (1940), then performed and recorded with Bob Chester (1941) and Claude Thornhill (1941-2).
Comet Records, owned by Les Schreiber, was sold to Black & White Records not long after their third recording session (with Red Norvo and Charlie Parker).
The Horn's Full is an album by saxophonist Jack Montrose's Quintet with Red Norvo recorded in 1957 for the RCA Victor label.
Dinah Sings Some Blues with Red is studio album by singer Dinah Shore and vibraphonist Red Norvo and his quartet. It was released in 1960.
In 1949, Red Norvo formed a trio consisting of himself on vibraphone, plus guitar and bass; the best-known line-up featured Tal Farlow and a young Charles Mingus.
Discovery was founded in 1948 by jazz fan and promoter Albert Marx. Marx recorded jazz notables such as Dizzy Gillespie, Red Norvo, Art Pepper and Charles Mingus for issue on his Discovery label headquartered in Hollywood, California.
Sachs recorded several solo albums. He has also recorded with Stan Getz, Sarah Vaughan, Chet Baker, Billie Holiday, Red Norvo, Gene Krupa, Anita O'Day, Cozy Cole, and many other significant artists in the jazz field.
Reiner had sold the masters from sessions by Art Tatum, Cyril Nathaniel Haynes, and Red Norvo/Charlie Parker to Ross Russell, the owner of Dial Records. The deal wasa closed via telephone on June 21, 1949.
There have been numerous jazz vibraphonists who also played the marimba. Notable among them are Gary Burton, David Friedman, Stefon Harris, Bobby Hutcherson, Joe Locke, Steve Nelson, Red Norvo, Dave Pike, Gloria Parker, Dave Samuels and Arthur Lipner.