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Buster's Last Stand

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Download links and information about Buster's Last Stand by Claude Thornhill. This album was released in 2001 and it belongs to Jazz genres. It contains 25 tracks with total duration of 01:14:11 minutes.

Artist: Claude Thornhill
Release date: 2001
Genre: Jazz
Tracks: 25
Duration: 01:14:11
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Funiculi-Funicula 3:15
2. Humoresque 2:37
3. Habanera 1:53
4. Pop Goes the Weasel 2:45
5. Stack O'Barley 2:05
6. Where Has My Little Dog Gone 2:54
7. Traumerai 2:24
8. I'm Thrilled 3:00
9. Something to Remember You By 3:19
10. Night and Day 3:07
11. Grieg's Piano Concerto 3:16
12. I'll Pray for You 2:59
13. She'll Always Remember 3:21
14. Count Me In 2:49
15. Be Careful, It's My Heart 3:11
16. I'm Getting Tired So I Can Sleep 3:29
17. Buster's Last Stand 2:55
18. Lullabye of the Rain 3:13
19. Lullabye of the Rain (Alternate Take) 2:49
20. There's a Small Hotel 3:21
21. Rock a Bye Bay 3:26
22. I Don't Know Why 2:58
23. On Moonlight Bay 2:48
24. Stealin' Apples 3:16
25. Moments Like This 3:01

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This CD wraps up Hep's three-CD reissue of all of the recordings of the 1940-1942 Claude Thornhill Orchestra. The disc begins with eight selections from radio transcription sessions recorded in March and April of 1941 and then continues with the 17 numbers (including two versions of "Lullabye of the Rain") that the Thornhill band cut during February through July of 1942. Among the more notable performances of this unique band (which by 1942 had two French horns and could not be classified as just "swing" or "sweet") are "Night and Day," "Grieg's Piano Concerto," "Buster's Last Stand" (one of nine songs arranged by Gil Evans), "There's a Small Hotel," "I Don't Know Why," and a surprisingly hot version of "Stealin' Apples." Although the soloists along the way include trumpeter Randy Brooks and clarinetist Danny Polo, it is the atmospheric ensembles that gave the Claude Thornhill Orchestra its own niche.