Billy Butterfield And His Orchestra - Sooner Or Later / Star Dust album FLAC
- Performer: Billy Butterfield And His Orchestra
- Title: Sooner Or Later / Star Dust
- Genre: Jazz
- Formats: MP1 TTA VQF AUD VQF AIFF VOC
- Released: 1946
- Style: Big Band, Vocal
- MP3 album: 1431 mb
- FLAC album: 1643 mb
- Rating: 4.8/5
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Billy Butterfield in the Artie Shaw band, 1940. Background information. Later in the 1960s he recorded two albums with his own orchestra for Columbia Records. He was a member of the World's Greatest Jazz Band, led by former Crosby bandmates Yank Lawson and Bob Haggart, from the late 1960s until his death in 1988. He also freelanced as a guest star with many bands all over the world, and performed at many jazz festivals, including the Manassas Jazz Festival and Dick Gibson's Bash in Colorado.
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Listen to the biggest hits from Billy Butterfield, including The Song Is You, Moten Swing, That Old Feeling, and more. A versatile pre-bop trumpeter with a beautiful tone, Billy Butterfield could play pretty ballads and heated Dixieland with equal skill. After early experience in the mid-'30s with the bands of Austin Wylie and Andy Anderson, Butterfield became famous while playing with Bob Crosby's Orchestra (1937-1940), taking the main solo on the original version of "What's New," and making numerous records with both the big band and the Bobcats
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|A||Sooner Or Later (You're Gonna Be Comin' Around)
Vocals – Pat O'ConnorWritten-By – Wolcott*, Gilbert*
Trumpet [Solo] – Billy ButterfieldWritten-By – Carmichael*, Parish*
- Manufactured By – Capitol Records, Inc.
- Record Company – Capitol Records, Inc.
- Pressed By – Capitol Records Pressing Plant, Scranton
- Alto Saxophone [Uncredited] – Earl Pearson*
- Alto Saxophone, Clarinet [Uncredited] – Bill Stegmeyer
- Bass [Uncredited] – George Ryan
- Drums [Uncredited] – Bob Dickenson
- Guitar [Uncredited] – David Reiser
- Piano [Uncredited] – Mickey Crane
- Tenor Saxophone [Uncredited] – Bill Cervantes, Bob Levin*
- Trombone [Uncredited] – Earl Mahan, Marshall Hawk, Sam Moore
- Trumpet – Billy Butterfield
- Trumpet [Uncredited] – Archie Johnson, Bobby Peck*, Jack Stametz*
NotesA - From The Walt Disney Picture "Song Of The South"
Recorded in New York City, NY September, 1946
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, Label): 1373
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, Label): 1374
- Pressing Plant ID (Scranton anvil): ⌂
- Matrix / Runout ((var. 1) Side A, Runout): 1373 - 4L 7
- Matrix / Runout ((var. 1) Side B, Runout): 1374 - 2R - 1 7
- Matrix / Runout ((var. 2) Side A stamped): 1373-4L 7 ⌂ =1
- Matrix / Runout ((var. 2) Side B stamped): 1374-2R-1 5 ⌂ 9
- Matrix / Runout ((var. 3) Side A stamped): 1373-4L 2 ⌂ 2
- Matrix / Runout ((var. 3) Side B stamped): 1374-2R-1 2 ⌂ 1