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Kirby and his orchestra had a 30-minute radio program, Flow Gently, Sweet Rhythm (also known as The John Kirby Show) on CBS April 7, 1940 - January 12, 1941. The program also featured Sullivan and the Golden Gate Quartet. Kirby and Sullivan have been cited as "the first black artists to host a jazz-oriented series. This section needs expansion. You can help by adding to it. (February 2014). The Complete RCA Victor Small Group Recordings (RCA Victor, 1935–39 ).
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John Kirby And His Orchestra 1941-43. Released by Documents Sep 2009 21 Tracks. John Kirby And His Orchestra 1941-43 is a English album released on Sep 2009. John Kirby And His Orchestra 1941-43 Album has 21 songs sung by John Kirby. Listen to all songs in high quality & download John Kirby And His Orchestra 1941-43 songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp.
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Recorded in 1941 when the John Kirby Sextet was at the height of its powers and popularity, this album consists of 14 mostly brief performances cut as radio transcriptions. Clocking in between 1:47 and 3:05, the selections feature concise solos from trumpeter Charlie Shavers, clarinetist Buster Bailey, altoist Russell Procope and pianist Billy Kyle, plus the group's trademark cool sound and flawless work on some rather tricky arrangements
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|A1||Royal Garden Blues|
|A2||Bounce Of The Sugar Plum Fairies|
|A4||Beethoven Riffs On|
|B3||It Feels So Good|
|B4||Echoes Of Harlem|
|B5||Rehearsin' For A Nervous Breakdown|
- Alto Saxophone – Russell Procope
- Bass – John Kirby
- Clarinet – William "Buster" Bailey*
- Drums – O'Neill Spencer*
- Piano – Billy Kyle
- Trumpet – Charlie Shavers