‘Tis Autumn

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‘Tis Autumn (words and music: Henry Nemo)

Les Brown-1

Les Brown and his Orchestra, vocal Ralph Young — recorded on 17 September 1941, and issued in October 1941 on the 78 rpm single OKeh 6430, b/w “That Solid Old Man (Is Here Again)”

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Jan Savitt and his Top Hatters, vocal: Allan DeWitt — recorded in New York, New York on 25 September 1941; issued 24 October 1941 on the 78 rpm single Victor 27643, as the B-side of “Who Calls?”

audio file, VBR MP3 (5.9 MB), from the page TIS AUTUMN (El Otoño), at archive.org (especially poor sound quality on this one):

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1941 'Tis Autumn-Bunny Berigan-Elite 5005-d50

Bunny Berigan and his Orchestra, vocal: Lynn Richards (credited on the label as “Lynne Richards”) — recorded c. September 1941, or in September 1941, and issued on the 78 rpm single Elite 5005, b/w “Two in Love”

audio file, VBR MP3 (5.9 MB), from a page titled ‘Tis Autumn, at archive.org:

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Woody Herman and his Orchestra, vocals: Woody Herman, Carolyn Grey, and Ensemble* — recorded on 13 November 1941, and issued on the 78 rpm single Decca 4095, b/w “I Guess I’ll Be On My Way” — A vocal group supporting Herman and Grey with harmonizing back vocals is credited at various sites only as “Ensemble,” “band,” or “the band.”

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Tony Martin — recorded, with Orchestra under the direction of Harry Sosnik, on 18 November 1941; issued in 1941 on the 78 rpm single Decca 4101, b/w “Cancel the Flowers”

audio file, VBR MP3 (4.5 MB), from the page Tony Martin By a Wishing Well, at archive.org:

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The Four King Sisters with The Rhythm “Reys” and Orchestra conducted by Alvino Rey — recorded on 24 November 1941, in Hollywood, CA (Victor matrix PBS-061928); issued on the 78 rpm single Bluebird B-11431, as the B-side of “Arthur Murray Taught Me Dancing in a Hurry”

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Dick Todd — recorded on 26 November 1941; issued on the 78 rpm single Bluebird B-11387, b/w “Tropical Magic” (m. Harry Warren, w. Mack Gordon)

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Freddy Martin and his Orchestra, vocal: Clyde Rogers – recorded on 3 December 1941; issued on the 78 rpm single Bluebird B-11393, as the B-side of “Until the Stars Fall Down” (Walter Donaldson)

audio file, VBR MP3 (5.6 MB), from a page titled ‘Tis Autumn, at archive.org:

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Geraldo and his Orchestra, vocal: George Evans — issued in April 1942 on the 78 rpm single (UK) Parlophone F 1901, c/w “Soft Shoe Shuffle” (m. Maurice Burman, w. Spencer Williams)

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Nat King Cole Trio** — recorded in March 1949 — The video provider suggests that the recording was released under the name Nat King Cole & the King Cole Trio.

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Stan Getz Quintet — recorded in NYC, 12 December 1952; originally released in 1953 on the 10-inch album Stan Getz Plays, Clef Records MGC-137; later reissued on the 12-inch LP Stan Getz Plays, first on the Norgran label and then on the Verve label — Norgran Records MGN 1042 (in 1955) and Verve Records MGV 8133 (in 1957)

personnel: Stan Getz – tenor sax, Duke Jordan – piano, Jimmy Raney – guitar, Bill Crow – bass, Frank Isola – drums

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Beverly Kenney – from the 1955 album Sings for Johnny Smith

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David Rose and his Orchestra — from the 1957 LP Autumn Leaves, MGM Records E3592 (Mono), SE3592 (Stereo)

audio file, VBR MP3 (3.4 MB), from the page Autumn Leaves, at archive.org:

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Red Garland Trio – from the 1958 Red Garland album All Kinds of Weather, Prestige 7148 (aka PRLP 7148); all tracks recorded on 27 November 1958 at Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ

personnel, from jazzdisco.org:

  • Red Garland – piano
  • Paul Chambers – bass
  • Arthur Taylor – drums

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Chet Baker Septet — recorded in NYC, 19 January 1959 — Chet Baker (trumpet), Herbie Mann (flute), Pepper Adams (baritone sax), Bill Evans (piano), Kenny Burrell (guitar), Paul Chambers (bass), Philly Joe Jones (drums) — released on the Riverside album Chet, 1959


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