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Premiar! (1956, 1960)


Download links and information about Premiar! (1956, 1960) by Harry Arnold. This album was released in 1960 and it belongs to Jazz, Bop genres. It contains 21 tracks with total duration of 58:38 minutes.

Artist: Harry Arnold
Release date: 1960
Genre: Jazz, Bop
Tracks: 21
Duration: 58:38
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No. Title Length
1. Stand By (Take 1) 0:50
2. Olle Helander presenterar (featuring Olle Helander) 0:15
3. Fifty Million Frenchmen: You Do Something to Me 3:16
4. Robbins' Nest 2:52
5. The Goldwyn Follies: Love Is Here to Stay 2:20
6. The Boys from Syracuse: This Can't Be Love 2:37
7. Jersey Bounce 3:25
8. Stand By (Take 2) 0:28
9. Stand By (Take 3) (featuring Arne Domnerus) 0:48
10. Olle Helander presenterar (featuring Olle Helander) 0:21
11. Sister Sadie (featuring Arne Domnerus) 4:22
12. Ralph's New Blues (featuring Arne Domnerus) 4:24
13. Ramblin' (featuring Arne Domnerus) 4:25
14. Danderyd 4:04
15. The Girl Friend: The Blue Room 2:31
16. You Were Never Lovelier: I'm Old Fashioned 3:37
17. Flying Colors: Alone Together 3:03
18. Annie Laurie 6:12
19. Body And Soul 4:45
20. Topsy Theme 3:22
21. Stand By (Take 4) 0:41



Arranger Harry Arnold headed a notable big band in Sweden during the late 1950s that included such fine players as American trumpeter Benny Bailey, trombonist Ake Persson, altoist Arne Domnerus, pianist Bengt Hallberg and other lesser-known but talented jazzmen. Falling between swing and bop, Arnold's ensemble (which for a time welcomed guest arranger Quincy Jones) had an appealing sound and high musicianship. This 1994 CD from the Swedish Ancha label (all of the liner notes are in Swedish) features the ensemble on radio broadcasts from 1956 and 1960, which begin and end with short versions of Arnold's attractive theme "Stand By." The earlier date mostly sticks to swing standards, while the 1960 set includes renditions of Horace Silver's "Sister Sadie" and Ornette Coleman's recent "Ramblin'." In addition, there are four numbers from a swing sextet headed by clarinetist Putte Wickman. Recommended, but probably difficult to find.