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Jan Garber And His Orchestra - Did I Remember / I'm Just Beginning To Care mp3 album

Jan Garber And His Orchestra - Did I Remember / I'm Just Beginning To Care mp3 album Performer: Jan Garber And His Orchestra
Title: Did I Remember / I'm Just Beginning To Care
Date of release: 1936
Size MP3: 1426 mb
Size FLAC: 1172 mb
Rating: 4.4

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During these years, Jan Garber was to become increasingly well known as 'The Idol of The Air Lanes. This was an informal title bestowed by announcer Pierre Andre during one of the band's countless broadcasts on Chicago's WGN Radio. In addition to superior musicians, Jan was blessed with a series of excellent vocalists from the mid-1940s onward.

Jan Garber (born Jacob Charles Garber, November 5, 1894 – October 5, 1977) was an American violinist and jazz bandleader. Garber was born in Indianapolis, Indiana. He had his own band by the time he was 21. He became known as "The Idol of the Airwaves" in his heyday of the 1920s and 1930s, playing jazz in the vein of contemporaries such as Guy Lombardo.

Jan Garber - Remember 02:35. Jan Garber, Jan Garber & His Orchestra - Tea For Two 02:52. Jan Garber, Jan Garber & His Orchestra: best 2 tracks. Jan Garber & His Orchestra - Here Comes Santa Claus (Right Down Santa Claus Lane) Ultra Lounge Christmas Cocktails Vol. 4, 2012 02:24. Jan Garber & His Orchestra, Liz Tilton - Jersy Bounce The Swinging Sweet Bands Volume 2, 2009 02:58. Artist: Jan Garber & His Orchestra Jan Garber.

Jan Garber started his first band in 1918 in the New York area. He fronted several different bands throughout his career before retiring in 1971. His daughter, Janis, led the band until 1973. Jan Garber died on October 5, 1977, a month before his 83rd birthday. To learn more about this remarkable bandleader, read his biography! Jan Garber Orchestra c/o Howard Schneider 1523 Fond du lac Avenue Kewaskum, WI 53040 (262)626-1600 trumpeteroneail.

Garber played violin with the Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra after World War I and formed the Garber-Davis Orchestra with pianist Milton Davis from 1921-1924. After parting with Davis, he formed his own orchestra, playing both "sweet" and "hot" 1920s dance music. He was hit hard by the Great Depression, and in the 1930s, he refashioned his ensemble into a big band and recorded a string of successful records for Victor. Jan Garber played a couple times a year and the place was packed. There was just nothing like that saxophone line of his in a ballroom setting. I never got into the Beatles et. but my how I loved this music. Ron Andresen3 месяца назад. That was the first time I remember hearing his music, but it did't sound anything like this! This music is wonderful. Any more info would be appreciated.

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I can’t find a song that I’ve been looking for years. It had to have been several years ago and I remember it was sung by a man and the chorus went All I really want is yoouuuuuuu Then he’d whisper it All I really want i. .Please help! Kevin Davis 19 June 2019 Reply. she throw it off the backboard, she leave im coming back for it". Help please 19 June 2019 Reply. Hey! So the song has a kinda stop start feel to the end of it.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Did I Remember
Written-By – Harold Adamson, Walter Donaldson
B I'm Just Beginning To Care
Written-By – Seymour Simons

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Decca Records, Inc.


  • Vocals – Russ Brown

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout): DLA 401 A 859A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout): DLA 407 A 859B