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Jim Davidson - Tuneful 20's And 30's album


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Jim Davidson (born 6 August 1902, Balmain, New South Wales, Australia - died 10 April 1982, Bowral, New South Wales, Australia) was an Australian band leader. By Jeff Brownrigg, from The Australian Dictionary of Biography: James Hutchinson (Jim) Davidson (1902-1982), band leader, was born on 6 August 1902 at Balmain, Sydney, second son of Alexander Davidson, a restaurant cook from New Zealand, and his English-born wife Mabel, née Walker. He had joined Jimmy Elkins’s dance orchestra in the mid-1920s and after it disbanded in 1928 he played at the Ambassadors restaurant until it was destroyed by fire in 1931. Following engagements at the Ginger Jar and a significant concert at Hillier’s Café in August 1932-sometimes described as the first jazz concert in Sydney-Davidson opened the winter season of 1933 at Sydney’s Palais Royal dance hall, which drew crowds of 10,000 a week.

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A1 Jim Davidson With His New Palais Royal Orchestra* Forty-Second Street Shuffle
Written-By – Al Dubin, Harry Warren
A2 Jim Davidson With His New Palais Royal Orchestra* Off To Buffalo
Written-By – Al Dubin, Harry Warren
A3 Jim Davidson With His New Palais Royal Orchestra* Pink Elephants
Written-By – Harry Woods , Mort Dixon
A4 Jim Davidson With His New Palais Royal Orchestra* Sittin' In The Dark
Written-By – Harold Adamson, Jesse Greer
A5 Jim Davidson With His New Palais Royal Orchestra* Sing To Me
Written-By – Edward Eliscu, Harry Akst
A6 Jim Davidson With His New Palais Royal Orchestra* Original Dixieland One Step
Written-By – Nick LaRocca
A7 Jim Davidson With His New Palais Royal Orchestra* Fair And Warmer
Written-By – Al Dubin, Harry Warren
A8 Jim Davidson With His New Palais Royal Orchestra* Goody Goody
Written-By – Johnny Mercer
B1 Jim Davidson With His A.B.C. Dance Orchestra* Marmalade
Written-By – Walter Portingale
B2 Jim Davidson With His A.B.C. Dance Orchestra* Annie Laurie
Written-By – Lady J.D. Scott*
B3 Jim Davidson With His A.B.C. Dance Orchestra* A Tisket A Tasket
Written-By – Al Feldman, Ella Fitzgerald
B4 Jim Davidson With His A.B.C. Dance Orchestra* Says My Heart
Written-By – Burton Lane, Frank Loesser
B5 Jim Davidson With His A.B.C. Dance Orchestra* My Cabin Of Dreams
Written-By – Al Frazzini, Nat Madison, Nick Kenny
B6 Jim Davidson With His A.B.C. Dance Orchestra* Snake Gully Swagger
Written-By – Jack O'Hagan
B7 Jim Davidson With His A.B.C. Dance Orchestra* Hang Your Heart On A Hickory Limb
Written-By – James V. Monaco, Johnny Burke
B8 Jim Davidson With His A.B.C. Dance Orchestra* We're Off To See The Wizard
Written-By – E.Y. Harburg, Harold Arlen

Credits

  • Accordion – Jack Ricketts (tracks: A8)
  • Alto Saxophone – Frank McLaughlin (tracks: A1-A8)
  • Alto Saxophone, Vocals – Pete Cantrell (tracks: A1-A8)
  • Banjo – Tom Stevenson (tracks: A1-A7)
  • Baritone Saxophone – Bob Johnstone (tracks: A8)
  • Bass – Orm Wills
  • Drums – Tom Stevenson (tracks: B1-B8)
  • Drums, Vocals – Jim Davidson
  • Guitar – Alan Barr (tracks: A8-B8)
  • Liner Notes, Producer – Tony Baldwin
  • Piano – Bill Doyle (tracks: A8, B5), Gordon Rawlinson, Walter Portingale (tracks: B1-B8)
  • Reeds – Bob Atkinson (tracks: B1-B8), Chick Donovan (tracks: B1-B8), Frank McLaughlin (tracks: B1-B8), Keith Atkinson (tracks: B1-B8), Les McGrath (tracks: B5)
  • Research – Mike Sutcliffe
  • Tenor Saxophone – Chick Donovan (tracks: A1-A8), Jack Carpenter (tracks: B6-B8)
  • Trombone – Alf Williams (tracks: B1-B8), George Trevare (tracks: B1-B8), Stewart Dawkins (tracks: B1-B8), Tom Stevenson (tracks: A8, B5)
  • Trombone, Vocals – Dud Cantrell (tracks: A1-A8)
  • Trumpet – Harry Patton (tracks: A8, B5), Jim Gussey (tracks: B1-B8), Lyn Miller (tracks: B1-B8), Norm Litt (tracks: B1-B8), Ray Tarrant (tracks: A1-A8)
  • Trumpet, Vocals – Jim Gussey
  • Violin – Bill Houston (tracks: B3, B4, B6, B7,B8), Bob Southworth (tracks: B3, B4, B6, B7, B8), Charles Bones (tracks: B3, B4, B6, B7, B8)
  • Vocals – Alice Smith (tracks: B1-B7), Austral Singers (tracks: A7), Dick Cranbourne (tracks: A8-B8), John Warren (tracks: A1-A8)

Notes

Recorded in Sydney.

A1-A3 - 6 June 1933.
A4 28 - June 1933.
A5 - 14 September 1933.
A6 - 2 November 1933.
A7 - 7 September 1934.
A8 - 8 July 1936
B5 - 24 January 1938.
B1, B2 - 2 June 1938.
B4 - 17 August 1938.
B3 - 2 November 1938.
B6 - 14 March 1939.
B7 - 24 July 1939.
B8 - 21 November 1939.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
C 05956 Jim Davidson Tuneful 20's And 30's ‎(Cass, Comp, Mono, Club) World Cassette Club C 05956 Australia 1979
R-05956 Jim Davidson Tuneful 20's And 30's ‎(LP, Comp, Mono, Club) World Record Club R-05956 Australia 1979

Jim Davidson  - Tuneful 20's And 30's album
Big Band
Performer: Jim Davidson
Title: Tuneful 20's And 30's
Category: Jazz
Country: Australia
Released: 1977
Rating: 4.6/5
Votes: 960
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