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The Georgians

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The very first small group to become slow of a big music group and exist interdependently was the Virginians, including members from the Paul Whiteman Orchestra in the first ’20s. The next one was the Georgians, music artists who were section of Paul Specht’s industrial big band. Centered in the Resort Alamac, every night when the primary ballroom shut and the standard work was over, the Georgians performed for dancers in the Alamac’s nightclub, the Congo Space. The septet experienced a talented and flexible trumpet soloist in Frank Guarente, advanced and remarkably swinging plans by pianist Arthur Schutt, two good reed players one of the four horns (which at one stage included trombonist Russ Morgan), and a high drummer in Chauncey Morehouse. Beginning in Dec 1922, the Georgians documented an excellent group of edges (the very first 24 which have already been reissued on the Retrieval Compact disc) that lasted into 1924. The Georgians had been a hit if they frequented Britain with Specht in 1923. The group split up in 1924, but Guarante structured a fresh Georgians music group and toured European countries from 1924-1927, documenting six game titles (beneath the trumpeter’s name) in 1926. Back the U.S., the name of the Georgians was useful for several unrelated studio saving groupings from 1924-1929, including two game titles that featured Crimson Nichols in 1925. United kingdom trumpeter Nat Gonella utilized the Georgians name within the 1930s due to the reputation of his edition of “Georgia on My Brain.”

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Full Name Georgian era
Music Songs Charleston Baby O' Mine, Christ Paid the Debt, Trust and Believe in the Lord, Snakes Hips, Don't Mind The Rain, I've Got a Mansion, Old King Tut, A New Kind Of Man With A New Kind Of Love For Me, Look Up and Pray, The Darkest Hour is Just Before the Dawn, Don't You Want to Go to Heaven, Hula Lou, Land Of Cotton Blues, Jesus Can Save, Bringin' Home The Bacon, If You Do - What You Do, Dancin' Dan, If You'll Come Back, Shake Your Feet, O, Gee Georgie, I'm Going South, Lovey Came Back, I'm Sitting Pretty In A Pretty Little City, I'm in a New World, I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate, You've Got To See Mamma Ev'ry Night, A New Kind of Man, Big Boy, Barney Google, You Tell Her-I Stutter, You Can Have Him I Don't Want Him Blues, Aggravatin' Papa
Albums The Georgians 1922-1923, Land of Cotton Blues, 1923-1924, Savannah / The Georgiana Blues (The Columbia Recordings, New York 1924), The Georgians, Chicago, Farewell Blues (The Columbia Recordings, New York 1922 - 1923), Songs Of Faith - Southern Gospel Legends Series-The Georgians Vol 2, Songs of Faith - Southern Gospel Legends Series-The Georgians Vol 1

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