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Where Ever You Are - Fred Elizalde - Fred Elizalde And His Orchestra 1927- 1929 (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. A very rare British Jazz recording from Fred Elizalde & his Orchestra. From wealthy Phillipino stock - music lovers Fred and Manuel (Lizz) Elizalde came here to Cambridge to get their education in the mid 's! They fell in love with England and by May Fred Elizalde was recording with his "Cambridge Undergraduates" band in London.
  2. Apr 16,  · After travelling and busking his way to Europe he made his first recording in in Berlin with Irving Berlin’s Blue Skies. He then came over to London as part of the Fred Elizalde’s orchestra. Their version of ‘If I Had You’ became a hit in America – maybe the first British jazz record to .
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  4. AMBROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA (–) – VOLUME ONE. AMBROSE AND HIS MAYFAIR ORCHESTRA Henry Levine–Harry Wi1d–t/ BillMorley–tb/ Louis Martin–as/ Jack Miranda–cl–as / Joe Crossman–ts/ Sidney Lipton–vn/ George Posnack–p/ Lee Conna–bj/ Dick Escott–bb/ Harry Raderman–d/ The Hamilton Sisters and Fordyce–v trio/ Fred Elizalde–a.
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  7. The period from the end of the First World War until the start of the Depression in is known as the "Jazz Age".Jazz had become popular music in America, although older generations considered the music immoral and threatening to cultural values. Dances such as the Charleston and the Black Bottom were very popular during the period, and jazz bands typically consisted of seven to twelve.

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