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The Hi-De-Ho Man


  • 1. Nagasaki
    2. Hoy Hoy
    3. Jumpin' Jive
    4. Abi Gezunt (A Bee Gezindt)
    5. Fifteen Minutes Intermission
    6. Chicken Ain't Nothing But a Bird, A
    7. My Gal
    8. St. James Infirmary
    9. I Want to Rock
    10. I'll Be Around
    11. Minnie the Moocher
    12. Honey Dripper
    13. Hey Now-Hey Now
    14. Hi de Ho Man
    15. Oh Grandpa
    16. Jungle King (You Ain't a Doggone Thing)
    17. Two Blocks Down, Turn to the Left
    18. San Francisco Fan
    19. Calloway Boogie, The
    20. Everybody Eats When They Come to My House
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 2593

  • Credits
    ProducerTeo Macero
    Engineer

    2 LPs on 1 cassette.
    Personnel: Cab Calloway (vocals); Everett Barksdale (guitar); Stanley Webb , Charlie O'Kane, Ike Quebec, Abraham Richman, Sam Donahue, Sam Marowitz (saxophone); Sol Schlinger (baritone saxophone); Dizzy Gillespie, Doc Severinsen, Joe Wilder, Bernie Glow, Jimmy Maxwell, Jimmy Nottingham (trumpet); Jim Dahl, Dick Hixson, Joseph Bennett, Thomas Mitchell, Urbie Green, Chauncey Welsch (trombone); Henry Jones (piano); Milt Hinton (upright bass); Cozy Cole, J.C. Heard (drums).
    Liner Note Author: Mort Goode.
    Recording information: 02/02/1942.
    Director: Cab Calloway.
    This double LP from 1974 is a bit brief, only including 20 performances by Cab Calloway and his orchestra (around an hour of music). Several periods are covered with titles from 1935 ("Nagasaki"), the 1938-42 period and nine fairly rare selections from 1945-47. Highpoints include "Jumpin' Jive," "Fifteen Minute Intermission," a 1941 version of "St. James Infirmary," "Hi De Ho Man" and a 1942 rendition of "Minnie the Moocher." On the later tracks Calloway tries to adapt his sound to rhythm & blues but, despite his best efforts, his orchestra would not survive the 1940s. The earlier titles have been reissued on CD by the Classics label and hopefully Columbia will get around to compiling a more generous Cab Calloway package in the future. The music on this two-fer is generally not classic but will be found enjoyable by his fans. ~ Scott Yanow

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