The Whiteman Hour had its first broadcast on February 5, 1929 and continued until May 6, 1930. [50], In 2006 the Paul Whiteman Orchestra's 1928 recording of Ol' Man River with Paul Robeson on vocals was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame. 30m, Tuesdays at 8, then Fridays at 10. 1926 • Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra +1. 60m, five a week at 3:30. Artie Shaw also recorded the song and released it as a single on Victor Records in March 1940 with Pauline Byrns on vocals. In Louis Armstrong & Paul Whiteman: Two Kings of Jazz (2004), Joshua Berrett wrote that "Whiteman Stomp" was credited to Fats Waller, Alphonso Trent, and Paul Whiteman. 2 hit on the Billboard charts with Ann Ronell's "Willow Weep for Me". In 1918, Whiteman conducted a 12-piece U.S. Navy band, the Mare Island Naval Training Camp Symphony Orchestra (NTCSO). Bird Song At Eventide - Henry Hall & his Orchestra #43 in 1926. Paul Whiteman in Scheveningen (1926) In the 1920s the media referred to Whiteman as "The King of Jazz". Even today, a favorite showcase piece for tenors--here Franklyn Baur joins Paul's band. 3. Grammy.org", "Grammy Hall of Fame. Publication date 1926 Topics 78 rpm. In a time when most dance bands consisted of six to ten men, Whiteman directed a more imposing group that reached of up to 35 musicians. In 1927, Paul Whiteman co-wrote the song "Wide Open Spaces" with Byron Gay and Richard A. Trumpeter Henry Busse (featured on "Hot Lips" and "When Day Is Done") was Whiteman's main star during the 1921-1926 period. Visit Raw Pages for more that need doing! Paul Whiteman Orchestra: Jazz/dance band: Musical group : Victor: B-25307: 10-in. The recording was also released in the UK on His Master's Voice (HMV) as B2430. Template:Listen Paul Samuel Whiteman (March 28, 1890 December 29, 1967) was an American bandleader and orchestral director. For more than 30 years Whiteman, referred to as "Pops", sought and encouraged promising musicians, vocalists, composers, arrangers, and entertainers. : If I had a talking picture of you, 24 renowned Whiteman recordings. Popular pasodoble-rhythm song with music written in 1924 by Spanish composer/pianist José Padilla. His bands included many of the era's most esteemed white musicians, and his groups handled jazz admirably as part of a larger repertoire. The Whiteman Band's first electrical recording--and, no, the composer is not *that* Jose Padilla. His popularity faded in the swing music era of the mid-1930s, and by the 1940s he was semi-retired from music. Major World Political Leaders / Elections . [24] Another notable Capitol record he made is the 1942 "Trav'lin Light" featuring Billie Holiday (billed as "Lady Day", due to her being under contract with another label). [15], That year he led a popular dance band in the city. 1974 inductions. September 29, 1947 – May 23, 1948, ABC. Paul Whiteman and his band on the giant grand piano set featured in the film 'King of Jazz', directed by John Murray Anderson for Universal Studios. Find Out The #1 Song The Day You Were Born, Al Capone & Fats Waller: The Kidnapping Story, Find #1 Song in the UK on the Day You Were Born, Like Us on Facebook for More Awesome Nostalgic Music Stuff. [47] The Colonial Club Orchestra released a recording of the song on Brunswick Records in 1927 as 3549-A with Irving Kaufman on vocals. Jan Garber and His Orchestra, and Ira Sullivan with Tony Castellano also recorded the song. Whiteman had 28 No. June 27 – November 7, 1950, ABC. "Paul Whiteman Dead at 77 of Heart Attack". Paul Whiteman (March 28, 1890 – December 29, 1967) was a popular American orchestral leader. His shows were: In the 1940s and 1950s, after he had disbanded his orchestra, Whiteman worked as a music director for the ABC Radio Network. [18] Whiteman liked young Wilder enough, that he took him with the band to Berlin where Wilder was able to make more connections in the entertainment field, leading him to become a screenwriter and director, eventually ending up in Hollywood. The list on this page is for all #1 hit Pop singles for 1920 using proprietary methods. Barcode and Other Identifiers Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout): Y 20139A 8; Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout): C1 20139B 2 ; Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. 30m, Mondays at 9:30. In the 1920s the media referred to Whiteman as "The King of Jazz". Transfers by Michael J. Dutton. [2] Another familiar piece in Whiteman's repertoire was Grand Canyon Suite by Ferde Grofé. NBC. [4] Whiteman's recordings were popular critically and commercially, and his style of jazz was often the first jazz of any form that many Americans heard during the era. January 27, 1931 – July 1, 1932, Blue Network. External links. BVE-36091-4) recorded New York, NY, September 2, 1926. 8/25/1926: Cho-Cho-San: Paul Whiteman Orchestra: Jazz/dance band: Musical group : Victor: B-25308: 10-in. Paul Samuel Whiteman (March 28, 1890 – December 29, 1967) was an American bandleader, composer, ... 8/18/1926: Three o'clock in the morning: Paul Whiteman Orchestra: Jazz/dance band: director : Victor: B-26730: 10-in. [52], Paul Whiteman's 1927 recording of "Rhapsody in Blue", the "electrical" version, was inducted in the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1974.[53]. Copyright renewal by Paul Whiteman, I.M. "[7], Whiteman was born in Denver, Colorado, United States. His father insisted that Paul learn an instrument, preferably the violin, but the young man chose the viola. The complete directory to prime time network and cable TV shows, 1946–present. [41], He co-wrote the music for the song "Madeline, Be Mine" in 1924 with Abel Baer with lyrics by Cliff Friend.[42]. The list on this page is for all #1 hit Pop singles for 1926 using proprietary methods. January 21 – September 23, 1946, ABC. PAUL WHITEMAN & his Orch., w.Vaughan de Leath, Bing Crosby, Lewis James, Franklyn Baur, Elliott Shaw, Jack Fulton, etc. The Birth of the Blues - Paul Whiteman #5 in 1926. Mary Lou - Abe Lyman & his California Orchestra #47 in 1926. PE0124. Related Music (Beta) question-dark. Next. He was born in Denver, Colorado. 1926 • Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra +1. Whiteman led a usually large ensemble and explored many styles of music, such as blending symphonic music and jazz, as in his debut of Rhapsody in Blue by George Gershwin.[4]. 60m, Thursdays at 10. 30m, Sundays at 8. 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Whiteman's place in the history of early jazz is somewhat controversial. Asked by Paul Whiteman to write an original work for a concert of modern music to be presented at Aeolian Hall in New York on February 12, 1924, George, who was hard at work on a musical comedy, SWEET LITTLE DEVIL, barely completed his composition in time. "Whispering" by Paul Whiteman. Frank Sinatra 13. [20] Whiteman emphasized the way he approached the well-established style of jazz music, while also organizing its composition and style in his own fashion. Petropolitana - Aracy Côrtes #15 in 1926 #30 in 1926 George Olsen - Sunny #32 in 1926 George Olsen - Who? Tim Brooks, Earle Marsh. [2] He also hosted Paul Whiteman's TV Teen Club from Philadelphia on ABC-TV from 1949 to 1954. From November 3, 1920, he started using "Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra. Will Rogers acted as MC and joined the program from the West Coast, with Al Jolson coming in from New Orleans. [49], Whiteman also co-wrote the popular song "My Fantasy" with Leo Edwards and Jack Meskill, which is a musical adaptation of the Polovtsian Dances theme from the opera Prince Igor by Alexander Borodin. The Beatles 14. Oh my! This is the raw source file and needs to be edited, verified, and reformatted. Starting with his early days as a song composer, Gershwin had ambitions to compose serious music. Paul Whiteman And His Orchestra ‎– Trudy / When The Red, Red, Robin Comes Bob, Bob, Bobbin' Along ... BVE-36094-4) recorded New York, NY, September 3, 1926. 60m, Sundays at 8. 45m. The collection of 22,359 ten and twelve inch seventy-eights is one of the first that ARC worked with from beginning to end, and what a pleasure. He was inducted in the Big Band and Jazz Hall of Fame in 1993. [33] Whiteman's TV-Teen Club, along with Grady and Hurst's 950 Club, proved to be an inspiration for WFIL-TV's afternoon dance show called American Bandstand. Al Jolson 12. Baby Face - Jan Garber #4 in 1926. Seeking to "make a lady out of jazz," Whiteman's symphonic jazz did not always swing, but at Aeolian Hall in 1924 he introduced "Rhapsody in Blue" (with its composer George Gershwin on piano) in what was called "An Experiment in Modern Music." Henry Burr recorded it in 1924 and Glenn Miller and his Orchestra in 1940. Paul Whiteman Orchestra: Jazz/dance band: leader : Victor: B-25309: 10-in. 1967 – Paul Whiteman, American violinist, composer, and conductor (b. George Gershwin (piano), Paul Whiteman Band (Palais Royal Orchestra), Paul Whiteman (conductor) ... Theatre Orchestra (1926 orchestration by Grofé) flute, oboe, 2 clarinets, bassoon, 3 saxophones (AAT) 2 horns, 2 trumpets, trombone timpani, percussion*, tenor banjo, strings Paul Samuel 'Pops' Whiteman[1](March 28, 1890 – December 29, 1967)[2] was an American bandleader, composer, orchestral director, and violist. Henry Burr 11. 78rpm shellac discs donated from Daniel McNeil to the Archive of Contemporary Music and digitized by George Blood, LP for the Internet Archive. Paul Whiteman Orch Trudy by Paul Whiteman Orch. [35][36][37] He died of a heart attack on December 29, 1967 in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, aged 77. [14] After the war, he formed the Paul Whiteman Orchestra. Whiteman and His Orchestra's recordings of "I Found a New Baby" and "The General Jumped at Dawn" was the label's first single release. Defenders note that Whiteman's fondness for jazz was genuine. 1 records during the Roaring ’20s, and his version of “Ol’ Man River” with Paul Robeson on vocals would be inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2006. He returned to RCA Victor between September 1931 and March 1937. On the sheet music published in 1922 by Leo Feist it is described as a "Waltz Song" and "Paul Whiteman's Sensational Waltz Hit" and is dedicated "To Julie". List of #1 Pop Singles for 1926. June 30, 1947 – June 25, 1948, ABC. In 1952 a young Dick Clark read the commercials for sponsor Tootsie Roll. "Music Industry Giant, Paul Whiteman Dead at 77", Don Rayno, _Paul Whiteman: Pioneer in American Music_ Vol. Mr. Whiteman's orchestra is seldom heard on the radio, and its infrequent broadcasts are the subject of major jubilations, despite the presence of tenors and vocal harmonists in most of the Whiteman renditions. 9/24/1923: Wonderful one: John McCormack: Tenor vocal solo, with celeste and orchestra : Victor: B-29532: 10-in. 3.83. How To Be A Band Leader by Paul Whiteman and Leslie Lieber, Robert McBride & Company, 1948. "Answers to Questions," Cleveland Plain Dealer, June 2, 1935, p. M-10. Yes! He experienced a revival and had a comeback in the 1950s with his own network television series, Paul Whiteman's Goodyear Revue, which ran for three seasons. Whiteman wrote more than 3000 arrangements.[21]. On May 31, 1924, the song "String Beans" was copyrighted, with words and music by Vincent Rose, Harry Owens, and Paul Whiteman.[46]. The Bona Vacantia unclaimed estates list advertises the estates of deceased persons for kin to identify their own entitlement. 1 records were as Whiteman’s vocalist. The results in this chart are not affiliated with any mainstream or commercial chart and may not reflect charts seen elsewhere. Paul Whiteman (en 1925) Claude Luter; les Haricots rouges; les Firehouse Five Plus Two (composé d'employés de Disney) Chris Barber (Black Bottom, Petite fleur, Dinah, Dans les rues d'Antibes, Moulin à café, Muscat Ramble, Rag de la 12° rue) Notes "Wonderful One" appeared in the following movies: The Chump Champ (1950), Little 'Tinker (1948), Red Hot Riding Hood (1943), Sufferin' Cats (1943), Design for Scandal (1941), Strike Up the Band (1940), and Westward Passage (1932). The single reached #3 on Billboard in May 1923, staying on the charts for 5 weeks. Whiteman hired them in October 1926. Previous. [2], While most jazz musicians and fans consider improvisation to be essential to the musical style, Whiteman thought the genre could be improved by orchestrating the best of it, with formal written arrangements. In 1926, Paul Whiteman’s orchestra was at 16 pieces but sometimes ballooning up to 26 (including a full string section) for special recordings. The results in this chart are not affiliated with any mainstream or commercial chart and may not reflect charts seen elsewhere. Congress approves the money to finish building the tomb in 1926, ... Paul Whiteman, and Al Jolson. [4], Whiteman lived at Walking Horse Farm near the village of Rosemont in Delaware Township, Hunterdon County, New Jersey from 1938 to 1959. February 4–October 20, 1954. "[28], In 1929, Whiteman agreed to take part in a weekly radio show for Old Gold Cigarettes for which he was paid $5,000 per broadcast. June 6–August 29, 1943, NBC. Oh my! [3], As the leader of one of the most popular dance bands in the United States during the 1920s and early 1930s, Paul Whiteman produced recordings that were immensely successful, and press notices often referred to him as the "King of Jazz". [12] Whiteman emphasized the way he had approached the already well-established style of music, while also organizing its composition and style in his own fashion. Words by Lucien Boyer and Jacques Charles. Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians 5. Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra, Jack Fulton, Charles Gaylord & Austin Skin Young Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra (The King of Jazz) (1920s Dance Band) (Recorded 1926 - 1927) (Encore 2) ℗ 2020 Vintage Recordings Released on: 2020-01-03 Auto-generated by YouTube. [10] According to Chris Popa, Whiteman was Protestant and of Scottish, Irish, English, and Dutch ancestry,[11] although he is listed as Jewish in an interview with Michael Lasser. Next . The King's Jesters were with Paul Whiteman in 1931. Paul Samuel Whiteman (March 28, 1890 – December 29, 1967) was an American bandleader, composer, ... 8/25/1926: Cho-Cho-San: Paul Whiteman Orchestra: Jazz/dance band: director : Victor: B-25308: 10-in. List of #1 Pop Singles for 1920. 106 3 Rhapsody in Blue (Parts 1 & 2) orchestra. Trumpeter Henry Busse (featured on "Hot Lips" and "When Day Is Done") was Whiteman's main star during the 1921-1926 period. 1 records during the 1920s and 32 during his career. When the Red, Red Robin Comes Bob-Bob-Bobbin' Along - Al Jolson #3 in 1926. [21] His recording of José Padilla's "Valencia" topped the charts for 11 weeks, beginning March 30, 1926, becoming the No. "I've Waited So Long" was composed with Irving Bibo and Howard Johnson and copyrighted in 1920. [5], Critic Scott Yanow declares that Whiteman's orchestra "did play very good jazz...His superior dance band used some of the most technically skilled musicians of the era in a versatile show that included everything from pop tunes and waltzes to semi-classical works and jazz. [22], Red McKenzie, leader of the Mound City Blue Blowers, and cabaret singer Ramona Davies (billed as "Ramona and her Grand Piano") joined the Whiteman group in 1932. The. Sundays variously at 9, 9:15, and 9:45. Whiting. [25] Variety was not impressed, saying: "As with practically all of the important and high-priced commercial broadcasting programs under N.B.C. In 1927, the Whiteman orchestra backed Hoagy Carmichael singing and playing on a recording of "Washboard Blues". [5], He provided music for six Broadway shows and produced more than 600 phonograph recordings. He co-wrote the 1925 jazz classic "Flamin' Mamie". American version lyrics by … 5/18/1921: Oh me! The singles were tracked by international sales, radio airplay, social media mentions, website votes, jukebox plays and digital downloads. Paul Whiteman and the Radio. Pontiac (to September), then, June 26, 1933 – December 26, 1935. ABC. In 1933, Whiteman had a No. Jazz by Paul Whiteman, J. H. Sears, 1926. Other Versions (3 of 3) View All. Paul Samuel 'Pops' Whiteman (March 28, 1890 – December 29, 1967) was an American bandleader, composer, orchestral director, and violist.. As the leader of one of the most popular dance bands in the United States during the 1920s and early 1930s, Paul Whiteman produced recordings that were immensely successful, and press notices often referred to him as the "King of Jazz". Some members of Paul Whiteman's Orchestra caught their act and recommended them to him. [57][58], Paul Whiteman was posthumously inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame, which is a special Grammy award established in 1973 to honor recordings that are at least 25 years old and that have "qualitative or historical significance. Seeking to "make a lady out of jazz," Whiteman's symphonic jazz did not always swing, but at Aeolian Hall in 1924 he introduced "Rhapsody in Blue" (with its composer George Gershwin on piano) in what was called "An Experiment in Modern Music." George Gershwin with Paul Whiteman. Whiteman had 28 No. United Artists Pictures arranged for additional loudspeakers to be installed in their theatres so that audiences could hear the stars they had only seen in silent pictures previously. Music of current American composers. [...] Many of his recordings (particularly those with Beiderbecke) have been reissued numerous times and are more rewarding than his detractors would lead one to believe. His manner on stage was disarming; he signed off each program with something casual like, "Well, that just about slaps the cap on the old milk bottle for tonight." Sunny - George Olsen #23 in 1926. The songwriting credit is assigned as music composed by Paul Whiteman, Ferde Grofé, and Marshall Neilan, with lyrics by Dorothy Terriss. [51], In 1998, the 1920 Paul Whiteman recording of "Whispering" was inducted in the Grammy Hall of Fame. [43][44] Organist Jesse Crawford recorded the song on October 4–5, 1926, in Chicago, Illinois and released it as a 78 on Victor Records, 20363. Lyrics to 1977 "Flamin' Mamie" by Willie Dixon and Penny Page. [2] Eddie Condon criticized him for trying to "make a lady" out of jazz. In the early 1960s, Whiteman played in Las Vegas before retiring. [54], He had two songs listed in the National Recording Registry, the first one was a cover of Rhapsody In Blue, covered by Paul, which was listed in 2003. The Paul Whiteman Orchestra introduced many jazz standards in the 1920s, including "Hot Lips", which was in the Steven Spielberg movie The Color Purple (1985), "Mississippi Mud", "From Monday On", written by Harry Barris and sung by the Rhythm Boys featuring Bing Crosby and Irene Taylor with Bix Beiderbecke on cornet, "Nuthin' But", "Grand Canyon Suite" and "Mississippi Suite" composed by Ferde Grofé, "Rhapsody in Blue", composed by George Gershwin who played piano on the Paul Whiteman recording in 1924, "Wonderful One" (1923), and "Wang Wang Blues" (1920), covered by Glenn Miller, Duke Ellington, Benny Goodman, and Joe "King" Oliver's Dixie Syncopators in 1926 and many of the Big Bands. 2/20/1924: Wonderful one: Henry Burr: Male vocal solo, with saxophone and piano : Victor: BVE-29532: 10-in. Madonna 10. Whiteman recorded many jazz and pop standards during his career, including "Wang Wang Blues", "Mississippi Mud", "Rhapsody in Blue", "Wonderful One", "Hot Lips (He's Got Hot Lips When He Plays Jazz)", "Mississippi Suite", "Grand Canyon Suite", and "Trav'lin' Light". 30m, Fridays at 10, then Mondays at 9:30. However, the magazine noted. Bandleader Paul Whiteman and company on stage at the Strand Theater. Perry Como 7. pp 918, 919, Jackson, John A., American Bandstand - Dick Clark and the Making of a Rock 'n' Roll Empire, Oxford University Press (1997), Hot Lips (He's Got Hot Lips When He Plays Jazz), Delaware Township, Hunterdon County, New Jersey, Livin' in the Sunlight, Lovin' in the Moonlight, "Paul Whiteman 'The King of Jazz' (1890–1967)", "Big Band Library: Paul Whiteman: "Something to Remember You By, "Paul Whiteman and His Ambassador Orchestra", "Billy Wilder, Master of Caustic Films, Dies at 95", Catalog of Copyright Entries, 1948. 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