|A||–Hew Sterling's Orchestra||Kitty From Kansas City|
|B||–Bud Carlton's Orchestra||My Little Dixie Home|
Hew Sterling's Orchestra, Bud Carlton's Orchestra. Hew Sterling's Orchestra, Bud Carlton's Orchestra - Kitty From Kansas City, My Little Dixie Home (Shellac, 10"). The Rounders (7), Willie Creager's Orchestra.
Kansas City Suite (subtitled The Music of Benny Carter) is an album released by pianist, composer and bandleader Count Basie featuring tracks recorded in 1960 and originally released on the Roulette label. All compositions by Benny Carter. Vine Street Rumble" - 3:33. Miss Missouri" - 5:10.
Kansas City" is a rhythm and blues song written by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller in 1952. First recorded by Little Willie Littlefield the same year, the song later became a hit when it was recorded by Wilbert Harrison in 1959. Kansas City" became one of Leiber and Stoller's "most recorded tunes, with more than three hundred versions," with several appearing in the R&B and pop record charts.
Orchestra: Kansas City Symphony. Conductor: Michael Stern. Composer: Benjamin Britten. I've lived in Kansas City, Missouri, for 25 years now, and during that time, it's been very hard to find recordings featuring the Kansas City Symphony. In one respect, that's understandable; in the classical world, KC is a smallish market. But the Kansas City Symphony has gotten progressively better, especially under the recent guidance of Michael Stern, and deserves to be heard by a wider audience
Kitty from Kansas City was the 47th part of the Screen Songs series. It includes an early (although very identical) version of Betty Boop. The title card music is a lyrical variation of the song "Smile, Darn Ya, Smile". Kitty (Betty) was walking to a Kansas City train station, and she waited for her train to Rudy Valley, a place where her friend (Rudy) lives. As she waited, the train’s mail compartment sign snatches her. A mouse writes Fe behind mail, as a parody of the word female.
His clarinet solo on "I Want a Little Girl" sounds eerily like Paul Desmond's alto of 15 years later. These classic cool jazz performances have delightful interplay between the two horns. The second part of the reissue features the 1944 Kansas City Six in which Young (sticking to tenor) and trumpeter Bill Coleman are joined by a three-piece rhythm section and trombonist Dickie Wells
Bennie Moten's Kansas City Orchestra. Bennie Moten's Kansas City Orchestra. It's a Lonesome Old Town (When You're Not Around). McKinney's Cotton Pickers. Fletcher Henderson and His Orchestra.