Film, Video WINSTON LEE AND HIS ORCHESTRA
- WINSTON LEE AND HIS ORCHESTRA
- Contributor Names
- Horace Shepherd (director)
- Created / Published
- - Information from: "Jazz on the Screen" by David Meeker. Used with permission. (Source)
- - Short film (under 30 minutes).
- - "I can’t give you anything but love" by Dorothy Fields, Jimmy McHugh; "Miami beach rhumba" by Albert Gamse, Johnnie Camacho, Irving Fields; "Tennessee wig walk" by Norman Gimbel, Larry Coleman; "Jungle fantasy", "Voodoo moon" by Esy Morales; "Sorta on the border" by Irving Gordon; "Istanbul" by Jimmy Kennedy, Nat Simon; "Tenderly" by Jack Lawrence, Walter Gross; "Undecided" by Sid Robin, Charlie Shavers; "Autumn leaves" by Johnny Mercer, Jacques Prévert, Joseph Kosma; "Little red monkey"; "Lullaby of Birdland" by George Shearing; "The parrot" by Abreu; "Sweet violets" by Cy Coben, Charles Grean; "Buckets and spades" by Lindsay; "Perfidia" by Milton Leeds, Alberto Dominguez. (Songs)
- - Pianist Winston Lee and his Orchestra, with Max Geldray, harmonica. (Personnel on Camera)
- - Some numbers re-edited and released under the titles "Hands in harmony", "The magic of music", "Time for music".
- - Jazz on the Screen is a reference work of filmographic information and does not point to digitized versions of the items described. The Library of Congress may or may not own a copy of a particular film or video. To request additional information Ask a Librarian (http://www.loc.gov/rr/askalib/ask-record.html).
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