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Ted Heath OrchestraTHOSE WERE THE DAYS & BIG BAND THEMES REMEMBERED VOL.2  
Ted Heath Orchestra
THOSE WERE THE DAYS & BIG BAND THEMES REMEMBERED VOL.2

THOSE WERE THE DAYS
THE ORIGINAL LP PFS 4229 (1971) STEREO

I’ve Got a Gal in Kalamazoo (Warren; Gordon)
Canadian Sunset (Heywood; Gimbel)
The Stripper (Rose); Li’l Darlin’ (Hefti)
When the Saints Go Marching In (Trad arr Keating)
Tuxedo Junction (Hawkins; Johnson; Dash; Feyne)
I’m Gonna Love That Guy (Ash)
Girl Talk (Troup; Hefti)
Swing Low, Sweet Chariot (Trad arr Keating)
Baby, It’s Cold Outside (Loesser)
Those Were the Days (Raskin)

BIG BAND THEMES REMEMBERED VOL.2
THE ORIGINAL LP PFS 4304 (1973) STEREO

Blue Flame (Noble; Bishop; Corday)
Moonlight Serenade (Miller; Parish)
Uptown Blues (Lunceford)
Snowfall (Thornhill); Flying
Home (Goodman; Hampton; Robin)
One O’ Clock Jump (Basie)
When It’s Sleepy Time Down South (L & O René; Muse)
Skyliner (Barnet); Contrasts (Dorsey)
Body and Soul (Green; Sour; Heyman; Eyton)

Vocalion once again raids the Decca archives to bring you another pair of fantastic albums by the famous Ted Heath Orchestra. Both originally issued in the early 1970s, the albums compiled herein show that after a quarter-century of existence the Heath orchestra had lost none of its legendary ensemble cohesion, swing and sheer fire-power. Long-time Heath associate John Keating provides the arrangements on Those Were the Days, in which the Heath orchestra swings its way through well-known numbers such as Tuxedo Junction, The Stripper, Girl Talk and Canadian Sunset. Roland Shaw, another long-time Heath associate, contributes the arrangements for Big Band Themes Remembered Vol.2. As the title suggests, the Heath band performs some of the tunes associated with several famous bandleaders. On offer are Count Basie’s One O’ Clock Jump, Charlie Barnet’s Skyliner, Claude Thornhill’s Snowfall, Benny Goodman’s Flying Home and Jimmy Lunceford’s Uptown Blues, among many others – all, of course, impeccably executed by the Ted Heath Orchestra.

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