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These techniques were popular at the time in what was known as "hot" jazz, epitomized by James's idol Louis Armstrong , but fell out of favor by the s with the advent of "cool" jazz. Growing up in the South, James was also exposed to blues music , which had an additional influence on his style.

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As James explained, "I was brought up in Texas with the blues — when I was eleven or twelve years old down in what they call 'barbecue row' I used to sit in with the guys that had the broken bottlenecks on their guitars, playing the blues; that's all we knew. The James band ran into financial trouble, and it became increasingly difficult for James to pay salaries and keep the band together. In , James lost his contract with Columbia Records he returned in , and Frank Sinatra left the band that January.

It was not long after this that James made a pivotal decision: he would adopt a "sweeter" style that added strings to the band, and the band would deliver tunes that were in more of a "pop" vein and less true to its jazz roots.

From a commercial standpoint, the decision paid off as James soon enjoyed a string of chart topping hits that provided commercial success for him and his band. Indeed, a U.

Trumpet Blues & Cantabile

Treasury report released in listed Harry James and Betty Grable as the highest-paid couple in the nation. James's jazz releases during this period, while not as numerous, include a variety of modern arrangements from Neal Hefti , Frank Devenport, Johnny Richards and Jimmy Mundy that often inspired his musicians, and as bop surpassed swing by the late s, James was surprisingly open to its influence.

Count Basie provided the impetus by making a significant comeback with his newly formed "16 Men Swinging" band, and James wanted a band with a decided Basie flavor. This album was the first in a series released on Capitol , and continuing later on MGM , representative of the Basie style that James adopted during this period, with some of the arrangements provided by former Basie saxophonist and arranger Ernie Wilkins , whom James hired for his own band.

Trumpet blues and cantabile

In , Marc Myers of JazzWax commented, "[James's] band of the mids was more modern than most of the majors, and in he led one of the finest bands of the year. While each served up its own brand of magnificence, James produced more consistently brilliant tracks than the others In while in London, he did an interview with the English jazz critic Steve Voce , who asked if the biggest audience was for the commercial numbers he had recorded.

James visibly bristled, replying "That would depend on for whom you are playing.

If you're playing for a jazz audience, I'm pretty sure that some of the jazz things we do would be a lot more popular than 'Sleepy Lagoon,' and if we're playing at a country club or playing Vegas, in which we have many, many types of people, then I'm sure that 'Sleepy Lagoon' would be more popular at that particular time.

But I really get bugged about these people talking about commercial tunes, because to me, if you're gonna be commercial, you're gonna stand on your head and make funny noises and do idiotic things.

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I don't think we've ever recorded or played one tune that I didn't particularly love to play. The James band ran into financial trouble, and it became increasingly difficult for James to make payroll and keep the band together.

In , James lost his contract with Columbia Records he returned in , and Frank Sinatra left the band that January. It was not long after this that James made a pivotal decision: he would adopt a "sweeter" style that added strings to the band, and the band would deliver tunes that were in more of a "pop" vein and less true to its jazz roots.

From a commercial standpoint, the decision paid off — James soon enjoyed a string of chart topping hits that provided commercial success for him and his band. Indeed, a U.

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Treasury report released in listed Harry James and Betty Grable as the highest-paid couple in the nation. A variety of modern arrangements from Neal Hefti , Frank Devenport, Johnny Richards and Jimmy Mundy often inspired his musicians, and as bop surpassed swing by the late s, James was surprisingly open to its influence. Count Basie provided the impetus by making a significant comeback with his newly formed "16 Men Swinging" band, and James wanted a band with a decided Basie flavor. This album was the first in a series released on Capitol , and continuing later on MGM, representative of the Basie style that James adopted during this period, with some of the arrangements provided by former Basie saxophonist and arranger Ernie Wilkins , whom James hired for his own band.

In , Marc Myers of JazzWax commented, "[James's] band of the mids was more modern than most of the majors, and in he led one of the finest bands of the year. While each served up its own brand of magnificence, James produced more consistently brilliant tracks than the others When Voce asked him if the biggest audience was for the commercial numbers he had recorded, he visibly bristled.

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James answered, "That would depend on for whom you are playing. If you're playing for a jazz audience, I'm pretty sure that some of the jazz things we do would be a lot more popular than 'Sleepy Lagoon,' and if we're playing at a country club or playing Vegas, in which we have many, many types of people, then I'm sure that 'Sleepy Lagoon' would be more popular at that particular time.

But I really get bugged about these people talking about commercial tunes, because to me, if you're gonna be commercial, you're gonna stand on your head and make funny noises and do idiotic things.

I don't think we've ever recorded or played one tune that I didn't particularly love to play. Otherwise, I wouldn't play it.

He married singer Louise Tobin on May 4, , and they had two children. They divorced in They had two daughters, Victoria Elizabeth b.

James married a third time on December 27, , [26] [27] to Las Vegas showgirl Joan Boyd, whom he would divorce in March Contrary to some assertions, he did not marry a fourth time. He had five children two by Tobin, two by Grable, one by Boyd and as of his death 16 grandchildren. James owned several thoroughbred racehorses that won races such as the California Breeders' Champion Stakes and the San Vicente Stakes He was also a founding investor in the Atlantic City Race Course.Manhattan Pt2 - Harris Disabled from the rigorous demands of playing the trumpet, Eldridge continued to make music as a singer and pianist until his passing.

God Bless America Nowak. The couple had a child before divorcing.

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