Artie Shaw & His Orchestra* Featuring The Gramercy Five* ‎– Summit Ridge Drive

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RCA Victor ‎– EPA-5050, RCA Victor ‎– EPA 5050
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Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, EP, Compilation
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A1 Artie Shaw And His Gramercy Five Summit Ridge Drive
Bass – Jud DeNautDrums – Nick FatoolGuitar – Al HendricksonHarpsichord – Johnny GuarnieriTrumpet – Billy ButterfieldWritten-By, Clarinet – Artie Shaw
A2 Artie Shaw And His Orch.* Indian Love Call
Bass – Sid WeissClarinet – Artie ShawDrums – Cliff LeemanGuitar – Al AvolaLyrics By – Hammerstein*, Harbach*Music By – Friml*Piano – Lester Burness*Saxophone – Hank Freeman, Les Robinson, Ronny Perry*Saxophone, Vocals – Tony PastorTrombone – George Arus, Harry Rogers*, Ted VeselyTrumpet – Chuck Peterson, Claude Bowen, John BestVocals – Tony Pastor And Chorus
B1 Artie Shaw And His Orch.* Moonglow
Bass – Jud DeNautClarinet – Artie ShawDrums – Nick FatoolGuitar – Al HendricksonPiano – Johnny GuarnieriSaxophone – Buss Bassey*, Jerry Jerome, Les Robinson, Neely PlumbTrombone – Jack Jenney, Ray Conniff, Vernon BrownTrumpet – Billy Butterfield, George Wendt, Jimmy CathcartWritten-By – DeLange*, Mills*, Hudson*
B2 Artie Shaw And His Orch.* Back Bay Shuffle
Bass – Sid WeissClarinet – Artie ShawDrums – Cliff LeemanGuitar – Al AvolaPiano – Lester Burness*Saxophone – Hank Freeman, Les Robinson, Ronny Perry*, Tony PastorTrombone – George Arus, Harry Rogers*, Ted VeselyTrumpet – Chuck Peterson, Claude Bowen, John BestWritten-By – Shaw*, Macrae*

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(C) by Radio Corporation of America, 1958.
RCA Victor "Gold Standar Series".
Recording dates:
A1. September 3, 1940.
B1. January 23, 1941.
A2, B2. July 24, 1938.
RCA Victor-5050 is on cover.
RCA Victor 5050 is on label.

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