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Charlie Spivak - Spivak's Music: From The '40's To The Top 40 - Recorded Live At The "Ye Olde Fireplace" mp3 album

Charlie Spivak - Spivak's Music: From The '40's To The Top 40 - Recorded Live At The "Ye Olde Fireplace" mp3 album Performer: Charlie Spivak
Title: Spivak's Music: From The '40's To The Top 40 - Recorded Live At The "Ye Olde Fireplace"
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Recorded At – Ye Olde Fireplace. Recorded At – Reflection Sound Studios. Arranged By – Don Pattillo. Cat "3-C 5801" appears on the back cover and on the record labels. Recorded live at "Ye Olde Fireplace" in Greenville, South Carolina, USA. Recorded on location by Reflection Sound Studios, Charlotte, North Carolina, USA.

Recorded At – Ye Olde Fireplace Recorded At – Reflection Sound Studios. Arranged By – Don Pattillo Bass – Ernie Steel Drums – Bobby Rickey Engineer – Don Dixon, Wayne Jernigan. Liner Notes – Monty Du Puy Organ – Don Pattillo Piano – Don Pattillo Saxophone – Bob McGee Trumpet – Charlie Spivak Vocals – Dubby Spivak. Category "CCC-5801" appears on the front cover. Category "3-C 5801" appears on the back cover and on the record labels.

Charlie Spivak (February 17, 1905 or 1907 – March 1, 1982) was an American trumpeter and bandleader, best known for his big band in the 1940s. The details of Spivak's birth are unclear. Some sources place it in Ukraine in 1907, and that his family emigrated to settle in New Haven, Connecticut while he was a child. Others place his birth in New Haven two years earlier, in 1905.

Spivak’s band, initially funded by band leader Glen Miller, had been one of the great successes of the age of swing music. From the beginning, the band featured Russo as a principal player. When Spivak retired from an active career in New York, he and Russo moved to Greenville where their brand of dance music was immediately popular. On the night of May 29, 1975, after the restaurant had closed and staff members were cleaning up, two young and masked white men invaded the place, waving guns and threatening waitresses, cleaning crew, and owner Charlie Grubbs. Start your day with the morning's top news.

Spivak's experience playing with jazz musicians had little effect on his own band's style, which was straight dance music, made up mainly of ballads and popular tunes. Spivak himself (known as "Cheery, Chubby Charlie") had been noted for his trumpet's sweet tone and his strength for playing lead parts, rather than for any improvisational ability

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Tracklist

A1 Tippin In 2:54
A2 My Fair Share 3:00
A3 The One I Love Belongs To Somebody Else 2:06
A4 A Very Precious Love 3:07
A5 What's Happening Theme 2:50
A6 You Light Up My Life 2:55
B1 Brian's Song 2:38
B2 Fat Stuff 3:10
B3 The Way We Were 2:12
B4 Oh You Sweet Thing 2:24
B5 It Was Almost Like A Song 2:46
B6 Close To You 2:45

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Ye Olde Fireplace
  • Recorded At – Reflection Sound Studios

Credits

  • Arranged By – Don Pattillo
  • Bass – Ernie Steel
  • Drums – Bobby Rickey
  • Engineer – Don Dixon, Wayne Jernigan
  • Liner Notes – Monty Du Puy
  • Organ – Don Pattillo
  • Piano – Don Pattillo
  • Saxophone – Bob McGee
  • Trumpet – Charlie Spivak
  • Vocals – Dubby Spivak

Notes

Category "CCC-5801" appears on the front cover.
Category "3-C 5801" appears on the back cover and on the record labels.

Recorded live at "Ye Olde Fireplace" in Greenville, South Carolina, USA.
Recorded on location by Reflection Sound Studios, Charlotte, North Carolina, USA