Gene Krupa - Lover (1946)
A number by American band leader, Gene Krupa.
Gene Krupa - USO (1946)
Gene Krupa and his orchestra playing Lover and Leave us Leap. If you're a music enthusiast, please visit JazzLegends.com or
Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment Lover · Gene Krupa Drummin' Man ℗ Originally released 1946. All rights
BOOGIE BLUES by Gene Krupa vocal-Anita O'Day, recorded in 1945. Anita O'Day is one of my favorite swing era singers. Enjoy!
From IMDb: This "Name Band Musical" short from Universal (production number 3302), filmed in November of 1947 and released on
Gene Krupa & his Orchestra sing about the foods of Lyon, my town, the French capital of food ! Recorded in 1946.
Gene Krupa And His Orchestra - Drum Boogie (New Year 1945 - ) Christmas.
A number by American band leader Gene Krupa.
Recorded at Carnegie Hall April 19 1944.
Bass – John Drew Clarinet, Trumpet, Tenor Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Harmonica – Eddie Shu Drums – Gene Krupa Piano –
Gerry Mulligan - How High the Moon (1946) - The Overjazz Channel aims to offer only the best recordings of the begining era of
Boogie Blues (Krupa-Biondi) by Gene Krupa & his Orchestra, vocal by Anita O'Day (CD audio source) This swingin' Krupa shuffle,
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Gene Krupa Bolero at the Savoy.avi.
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Gene Krupa - Lover - The Overjazz Channel aims to offer only the best recordings of the begining era of modern music. Re-discover
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