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  1. Harry James And His Orchestra – 1942-1944 More images Tracklist Companies, etc. Copyright © – Classics Records Distributed By – Mélodie Manufactured By – kdg France Credits Liner Notes – Anatol Schenker Notes Misspelt 'The Chronogical Classics' on the front. Barcode and Other Identifiers Barcode (Text): 3 307517 122728 Barcode: 3307517122728

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  2. This is an unusual Harry James reissue in that, after the first four selections (which are from July 31, 1942), the remainder of the disc consists of James' V-discs of 1942-1944. The Musicians Union's recording strike stopped all recording for at least 16 months and, in the case of James' label Columbia, nearly two-and-a-half years. The trumpeter's last studio date of 1942 resulted in the final of three

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  3. This is especially evident during the 1942–1944 musicians' strike, which started on July 31, 1942, and lasted through November 11, 1944, for the Columbia label. Striking musicians were prohibited from recording in the studio during this time, so the record labels released unissued recordings from their stockpiles, or they re-issued recordings from previous years. A second musicians' strike lasted from January 1, 1948 through December 1948.

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  4. Cherry (Redman) by Harry James & his Orchestra Recorded in July 1942 but didn’t rise to national popularity until early 1944 while the musicians union remain...

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  5. 30. Okt. 2001 · 1942 Review. This eighth installment in the Classics Harry James chronology assembles all of his Columbia studio recordings made between February 24 and July 22, 1942, beginning with four superb instrumentals. "By the Sleepy Lagoon," a pretty tone poem later parodied by Spike Jones as "Sloppy Lagoon," is followed with the boogie-woogie-based ...