Glen Gray and the Casa Loma Orchestra - No Name Jive 

Glen Gray (born 7 June 1900 (or 7 June 1906), Roanoke, Illinois, USA (or Metamora, Illinois, USA) - died August 23, 1963 in Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA) nicknamed "Spike", was an American jazz saxophonist and leader of the Casa Loma Orchestra. The Casa Loma Orchestra, Originally known as the Orange Blossoms, was an American Swing band which enjoyed massive success during the late 1920s right through to the early 1960s. It did not tour after 1950 but continued to record as a studio group. 


A1 Git Away Day 3:24
A2 The Fable Of The Rose 2:55
A3 Save Our Sorrow For Tomorrow 3:00
A4 Tuxedo Junction 3:02
A5 Last Night Gardenias 3:06
A6 Would'St Could I But Kiss Thy Hand, Oh Babe 2:52
A7 Castle Of Dreams 2:36
A8 Little Brown Jug 3:16
B1 Polka Dots And Moonbeams 3:11
B2 Big Bad Bill (Is Sweet William Now) 2:45
B3 In The Mood 3:14
B4 I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen 3:01
B5 Jimtown Blues 2:49
B6 You've Got Me Out On A Limb 2:52
B7 No Name Jive - Parts One And Two 6:51


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