Louis Panico And His Orchestra - Wabash Blues / Oh! Doctor album flac
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Louis Panico (1900-1986), all of 24 years old, appropriately leads off this arrangement of his own composition with the first couple of notes, then spends.
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A. Wabash Blues Written-By – Ringle, Meinken. B. Oh! Doctor Written-By. Alto Saxophone – Putty Nettles Clarinet – Morris Bercov Directed By, Trumpet – Louis Panico Drums – Bobby Christian Guitar – Unknown Artist Piano – Pete Viera Trombone – Don Jones Tuba – Andy Panico Vocals – Unknown Artist. Recorded February 10, 1930, Chicago, IL. Also released on Brunswick 4736 and Vocalion 2849.
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His first successful recording, "Wabash Blues" written by Dave Ringle and Fred Meinken, was recorded in 1921 by "Isham Jones and his Orchestra". This million-seller stayed for twelve weeks in the . charts, six at No. 1. It was awarded a gold disc by the RIAA. Noted musicians who played in Jones's band included Louis Panico, Benny Goodman (although no records were made during the short time he was there), Woody Herman, Walt Yoder, and Roy Bargy. It Had to Be You" 1924. Song of the Blues" (1929). Not a Cloud in the Sky" 1929.
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Written-By – Ringle*, Meinken*
Written-By – Panico*, Hopkins*
- Alto Saxophone [Uncredited] – Putty Nettles
- Clarinet [Uncredited] – Morris Bercov
- Directed By [Uncredited], Trumpet [Uncredited] – Louis Panico
- Drums [Uncredited] – Bobby Christian
- Guitar – Unknown Artist
- Piano [Uncredited] – Pete Viera
- Trombone [Uncredited] – Don Jones
- Tuba [Uncredited] – Andy Panico
- Vocals – Unknown Artist (tracks: B)
NotesRecorded February 10, 1930, Chicago, IL.
|35-10-27||Louis Panico And His Orchestra||Wabash Blues / Oh! Doctor (Shellac, 10", RE)||Melotone||35-10-27||US||1935|