The Swinging Sweet Bands, Vol. 2 Review by Scott Yanow Jan Garber, who led one of the most popular sweet big bands of the s and '40s, an orchestra famous for its quivering saxophones and corny repertoire, surprisingly headed a decent swing band during /
Throughout most of his career, Jan Garber led sweet bands with quavering saxophones that were a competitor to Guy r, from , he gave in to the pleas of his year-old daughter (who was a bit embarrassed by the music he featured) and re-formed his orchestra as a swinging big band.8/
The Swing Band, Vol. 2. Long Ago (And Far Away) Jan Garber & His Orchestra, Bob Davis. More. Don't Sweetheart Me Jan Garber & His Orchestra, Carol Kay. More. Starlight Avenue Jan Garber & His Orchestra, Bob Davis. More. My Blue Heaven Jan Garber & His Orchestra. ed on:
Jan Garber and His Orchestra - Swing Band, Vol. 2 - Jan Garber & His Orchestra - Music5/5(1).
He had his own unique 'sweet sound' and the band had a loyal following of dancers and radio listeners during the late s, the period captured by this collection. & His Orchestra Vol. 2 - Sweet & Hot - 30 Vinyl LP (Import).
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