Bunny Berigan – Giants Of Jazz: Bunny Berigan (1982) 3xLP
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Active from 1932-1942, Bunny Berigan was an American Trumpeter and bandleader who rose to fame during the swing era. His career was cut short when he died at the age of 33 due to alcoholism.
This stellar 3 LP box set collection contains some of his best songs, as well a thick booklet chronicling his life and accomplishments.
Style: Big Band, Swing
Cover: VG+ (still in shrink, light crease mark on the front and on the back along the top.)
Label: Time Life Records – STL-J25
|A1||Hal Kemp And His Orchestra||Them There Eyes|
|A2||The Boswell Sisters||Everybody Loves My Baby|
|A3||Connee Boswell||Me Minus You|
|A4||Mildred Bailey With Dorsey Brothers' Orchestra||Is That Religion?|
|A5||Paul Hamilton And His Orchestra||She Reminds Me Of You|
|A6||Frankie Trumbauer And His Orchestra||Troubled|
|A7||Glenn Miller And His Orchestra||In A Little Spanish Town|
|B1||Glenn Miller And His Orchestra||Solo Hop|
|B2||Glenn Miller And His Orchestra||Bothin' But The Blues|
|B3||Glenn Miller And His Orchestra||Squareface|
|B4||Benny Goodman And His Orchestra||Sometimes I'm Happy|
|B5||Bud Freeman And His Windy City Five||The Buzzard|
|B6||Bud Freeman And His Windy City Five||Tillie's Downtown Now|
|B7||Bud Freeman And His Windy City Five||Keeping Smiling At Trouble|
|C1||Mildred Bailey And Her Alley Cats||Willow Tree|
|C2||Mildred Bailey And Her Alley Cats||Honeysuckle Rose|
|C3||Bunny Berigan And His Blue Boys||You Took Advantage Of Me|
|C4||Bunny Berigan And His Blue Boys||Chicken And Waffles|
|C5||Bunny Berigan And His Blue Boys||I'm Coming, Virginia|
|C6||Bunny Berigan And His Blue Boys||Blues|
|C7||Bunny Berigan And His Blue Boys||Let Yourself Go|
|D1||Bunny Berigan And His Blue Boys||Swing, Mister Charlie|
|D2||Bunny Berigan And His Blue Boys||I Can't Get Started|
|D3||Billie Holiday And Her Orchestra||Did I Remember?|
|D4||Billie Holiday And Her Orchestra||One, Two, Button Your Shoe|
|D5||Bunny Berigan And His Orchestra||That Foolish Feeling|
|D6||Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra||Mr. Ghost Goes To Town|
|E1||Bunny Berigan And His Orchestra||Blue Lou|
|E2||Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra||Song Of India|
|E4||Bunny Berigan And His Orchestra||Mahogany Hall Stomp|
|E5||Bunny Berigan And His Orchestra||I Can't Get Started|
|E6||Bunny Berigan And His Orchestra||The Prisoner's Song|
|F1||Bunny Berigan And His Orchestra||Mama, I Wanna Make Rhythm|
|F2||Bunny Berigan And His Orchestra||Black Bottom|
|F3||Bunny Berigan And His Orchestra||The Wearin' Of The Green|
|F4||Bunny Berigan And His Orchestra||I Cried For You|
|F5||Bunny Berigan And His Orchestra||Jelly Roll Blues|
|F6||Bunny Berigan And His Men||Davenport Blues|
|F7||All Star Band||Blue Lou|
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Cover - is still sealed.
Near Mint (NM):
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Cover - may have light typical storage wear.
Vinyl - may have one or two light scuff marks but should play just as well as a NM record.
Cover - has some very minor cosmetic issue, like a light crease, light ring wear, nothing that is very noticeable.
Very Good Plus (VG+):
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Cover - will have noticeable wear such as ring wear, seam splitting, writing on cover, creases, etc. Could be a couple items (not all) and they should not be major.
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Cover - will have a couple cosmetic issues ring wear, seam splitting, writing on cover, creases, etc and it will be very pronounce.
Vinyl - will play but will have a lot of issues and have a lot of loud background noise. We will rarely list a record in this condition.
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