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Jimmie Grier & His Orchestra - From The Cocoanut Grove (Los Angeles - 1932) album mp3

Jimmie Grier & His Orchestra - From The Cocoanut Grove (Los Angeles - 1932) album mp3
Performer:
Jimmie Grier & His Orchestra
Album:
From The Cocoanut Grove (Los Angeles - 1932)
Released:
1973
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1168 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1450 mb
WMA vers. size:
1482 mb
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Jimmie Grier (1902 - June 1959), based in Los Angeles, California, USA was subtitled "the musical host of the coast" due to his big band orchestra's enduring popularity in the region. The group was formed in 1932 after Grier had learned his craft alongside Abe Lyman, Georgie Stoll and Gus Arnheim. Grier finally finished his stay at the Biltmore in 1937, and toured widely instead on the lucrative one-nighter circuit. During 1942 he was enlisted as a volunteer for the Coast Guard, and became assistant bandleader to Rudy Vallee with the official Coast Guard Band. Jimmie Grier and the Cocoanut Grove Orchestra, Donald Novis vocal - Music In The Pale Moonlight (1932).

From the Rick Colom Collection: The Musical Host Of The Coast Grier recorded this at his very last commercial session of the decade. It was introduced onscreen by Harriet Hilliard in the now-rarely seen Paramount musical Cocoanut Grove, which starred not Ozzie Nelson, but Fred MacMurray as Harriet’s leading man. The featured band was Harry Owens and his Royal Hawaiians. 78rpm Decca 1797 - Says My Heart (Lane-Loesser) by Jimmie Grier & his Orchestra, vocal by Julie Gibson, recorded in Los Angeles April 15, 1938.

Based in Los Angeles, California, USA, Jimmie Grier was subtitled ‘the musical host of the coast’ due to his big band orchestra’s enduring popularity in the region. The group was formed in 1932 after Grier had learned his craft alongside Abe Lyman, Georgie Stoll an. .b. 1902, USA, d. June 1959, USA. Based in Los Angeles, California, USA, Jimmie Grier was subtitled ‘the musical host of the coast’ due to his big band orchestra’s enduring popularity in the region. Th. ead Full Biography. Echoes from the Cocoanut Grove. Take Two. (0). The Uncollected Jimmie Grier & His Orchestra (1935-1936).

The Cocoanut Grove was the premier live entertainment hot spot on the West Coast for several decades. Gus Arnheim, who had played with previous house-bands at the Grove, was given the green light to form his own orchestra in 1927. The band had an upbeat and contemporary sound, and the engagement at the Ambassador led to a good deal of network radio and recording exposure. A vocal trio called the Rhythm Boys worked with the Arnheim's Cocoanut Grove Orchestra in 1930, and became hugely popular on the radio.

The Ambassador Hotel was a hotel in Los Angeles, California, and location of the Cocoanut Grove nightclub until it was demolished in 2005. The hotel began operation formally on January 1, 1921. It was the site of the Academy Awards six times (the 2nd, 3rd, 5th, 6th, 12th, and 15th) and the June 1968 assassination of presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy. The hotel closed to guests in 1989.

Jimmie Grier and His Orchestra - The Object of My Affection (1934). 1934 HITS ARCHIVE: The Object Of My Affection - Jimmie Grier (Pinky Tomlin, vocal). Jimmie Grier Orch - Stay As Sweet As You Are 1934. Jan Garber Jimmie Grier - The Object Of My Affection 1934. 1932, Second-Hand Heart, Moonstruck, Gogo Delys vocal, Jimmie Grier Orch. 1934 HITS ARCHIVE: Stay As Sweet As You Are - Jimmie Grier (Harry Foster, vocal). Coconut Grove Ambassadors 1932 You& Got To Jimmie Grier, Old Time Radio.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Sweet And Lovely (Theme)
A2 I Need Lovin'
Vocals – Jean Shark
A3 You Took Advantage Of Me
Vocals – Gogi DeLyse
A4 Alexander's Ragtime Band
A5 I Like Mountain Music
Vocals – Art Fleming
A6 I Found A Million Dollar Baby (In A Five And Ten Cent Store)
Vocals – The Three Ambassadors
A7 Alabamy Stomp
A8 That's What I Like About You
Vocals – Margaret Lawrence
B1 Saint Louis Blues
Vocals – Loyce Whiteman
B2 Stringin' Along On A Shoestring
B3 Eight Little Letters
Vocals – The Three Ambassadors
B4 That's Why I'm Jealous Of You
Vocals – Margaret Lawrence
B5 The Peanut Vendor
Vocals – Trio
B6 Medley: Margie / Do You Ever Think Of Me? / Sweet Sue
B7 I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me
Vocals – Gogi DeLyse
B8 Dinah
Vocals – The Three Cheers

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sunbeam Records
  • Copyright (c) – Sunbeam Records

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): HB 303-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): HB 303-B
  • Rights Society: ASCAP