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Download links and information about Uptown by Gene Krupa, Roy Eldridge, Anita O'Day, Gene Krupa And His Orchestra. This album was released in 1990 and it belongs to Jazz genres. It contains 24 tracks with total duration of 01:11:34 minutes.

Artist: Gene Krupa, Roy Eldridge, Anita O'Day, Gene Krupa And His Orchestra
Release date: 1990
Genre: Jazz
Tracks: 24
Duration: 01:11:34
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No. Title Length
1. Green Eyes (feat. Anita O'Day) 2:38
2. Let Me Off Uptown (feat. Anita O'Day) 3:02
3. Kick It! (feat. Anita O'Day) 2:25
4. After You've Gone (feat. Anita O'Day) 2:35
5. Rockin' Chair (feat. Anita O'Day) 3:01
6. Amour (feat. Anita O'Day) 3:08
7. Stop! the Red Light's On (feat. Anita O'Day) 3:15
8. Watch the Birdie (feat. Anita O'Day) 3:08
9. The Walls Keep Talking (feat. Anita O'Day) 3:09
10. Skylark (feat. Anita O'Day) 3:08
11. Bolero At the Savoy (feat. Anita O'Day) 2:49
12. Thanks for the Boogie Ride (feat. Anita O'Day) 3:07
13. Keep 'Em Flying (feat. Anita O'Day) 2:53
14. Pass the Bounce (feat. Anita O'Day) 2:55
15. Ball of Fire (feat. Anita O'Day) 3:02
16. Harlem On Parade (feat. Anita O'Day) 2:44
17. Knock Me a Kiss (feat. Anita O'Day) 2:59
18. Barrelhouse Bessie from Basin Street (feat. Anita O'Day) 3:06
19. That Drummer's Band (feat. Anita O'Day) 3:03
20. "Murder", He Says (feat. Anita O'Day) 3:18
21. Bop Boogie (feat. Anita O'Day) 3:04
22. Watch Out! (feat. Anita O'Day) 3:06
23. Swiss Lullaby (feat. Anita O'Day) 3:01
24. Why Fall In Love With a Stranger? (feat. Anita O'Day) 2:58



The Krupa band of 1941 to 1943 had two great forces in it with the addition of trumpeter Roy Eldridge and vocalist Anita O'Day replacing Irene Day. Eldridge almost singlehandedly transformed the orchestra from a pop-based dance band to a more jazz-inspired one, and O'Day was simply the most swinging singer Krupa ever had in the fold. Highlights include a wild "After You've Gone," "Stop! The Red Light's On," "Let Me Off Uptown," "Thanks for the Boogie Ride," "Knock Me a Kiss," "Bop Boogie," and the previously unissued "Barrelhouse Bessie From Basin Street." Those interested in Krupa's career as a bandleader should start with this one.