Help Finding This Jazz /Swing / Big Band Song Title

Discussion in 'Radio' started by atkins, May 3, 2010.

  1. atkins

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    Ladies and Gents,

    Need your help finding this song's title or performer:

    http://www.garageband.com/artist/Barones


    I'm a big fan of the sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond, above file is an Mp3 recording of the scene which the song played.I don't know how much time i have before they banned my fake band.

    You'll need to click the play button on lower middle right.

    Thank you in advance, sorry no video and poor quality.
     
  2. conrad5157

    conrad5157 One of the Regulars

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    Looks like they already have or I just can't make it play. Sorry, I've never seen the show.
     
  3. atkins

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    I think it's still work Conrad, would you give another try?:) . I think it's very popular song somehow. Thanks for your help ..
     
  4. swinggal

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    Find the ep for me and I will tell you :) Put it on Youtube or something.
     
  5. Shangas

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    Create a free account at Mediafire.com and upload the soundclip there.
     
  6. atkins

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  8. conrad5157

    conrad5157 One of the Regulars

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    Well I have to admit I'm stumped. At first I thought it sounded a little like One O'clock Jump. I'm sure someone here will know.
     
  9. Shangas

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    It's not One O'clock Jump, I have a recording of that. Doesn't sound anything like it.

    I admit...I'm stumped, too. It's not anything that I recognise, and I've got a pretty extensive collection of several big-band bandleaders from the 30s and 40s.
     
  10. LizzieMaine

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    I think it might be a modern/recent piece, or even an original composition done just for the show? Sounds more 50s-70s in arrangement style to me than 30s-40s.
     
  11. Shangas

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    I agree with Lizzie. 30s and 40s music was more mellow, in my opinion. This has a brighter, bouncier feel to it. To me, it speaks of more modern nightclubs, rather than dimly-lit ballrooms, hotels and grand dance-halls, as music from the 30s and 40s does.
     
  12. Chas

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    Original composition done for the show.
     
  13. atkins

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    Thank you Swinggal,conrad5157, Shangas, LizzieMaine, Chas and Fletch, for helping me . I've given up searching for the title after i stuck on finding rick marotta and terry trotter ( the music men of ELR) trace on the net. I accept the fact it is actually written for the show.

    Next questions is whose swing music that have the same 'bright colored happiness' mood you guys and gals recommend for me to listen to?

    I'm only familiar with works of Louis Armstrong/Harry Connick and Michael Bubble/Buble:eusa_doh:

    Thanks in advance...
     
  14. Rundquist

    Rundquist A-List Customer

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    Actually, it just sounds like a modern west coast big band. There's loads of them in LA. It really doesn't sound like it was written for the show. Why don't you find somebody with an iphone with a music id program (though it might still be too obscure to be on there).
     

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