Paul Whiteman (March 28, 1890 – December 29, 1967) was a popular white American orchestral leader. He was born in Denver, Colorado. After a start as a classical violinist and violist, Whiteman then led a jazz-influenced dance band, which became locally popular in San Francisco, California in 1918. In 1920 he moved his band to New York City where they started making recordings for Victor Records which propelled Whiteman and his band to national prominence.
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Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra - The World's No1 Dance Band | Jazz Music
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Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra - Whispering (1920)
Charted at #1 in 1920. The importance of this catchy recording can not be over-estimated as it was one of the key pieces of music to usher in the Jazz Age of the ...
Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra "Happy Feet" 1930 Columbia 2164-D
Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra play "Happy Feet" on Columbia 2164-D, recorded on February 10, 1930. The song is by Jack Yellen and Milton Ager.
Paul Whiteman - My Blue Heaven (1927)
"MY BLUE HEAVEN" Music by Walter Donaldson Lyrics by George Whiting Performed by Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra Recorded July 6, 1927, New York ...
Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra - Smoke Gets In Your Eyes (1933)
Charted at #1 in December 1933. Vocal by Bob Lawrence. Also #15 for Ruth Etting in 1934, #3 for Leo Reisman and His Orchestra in 1934, #4 for Emil Coleman ...
Whiteman Paul & His Orchestra - Louisiana
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"Charleston" Paul Whiteman Orchestra (1925) James P. Johnson HISTORIC Roaring 1920s flapper dance
Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra plays "Charleston" on Victor 19671, recorded May 7, 1925. A perfect performance! This is historic for several reasons.
Paul Whiteman And His Orchestra 'Rhapsody In Blue' Original 1924 Acoustic 78 rpm
Original acoustic recording 10th June 1924 of George Gershwin's classic composition with Gershwin at the piano. Released on both sides of a 12'' 78 rpm ...
Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra - The Charleston
A Fun Little Instructional Film from the 1920's teaching theatre goers how to do the latest dance craze. For more great music such as this, please tune into our 24 ...
Paul Whiteman - The Japanese Sandman, 1920
Paul Whiteman And His Ambassador Orchestra - The Japanese Sandman (Whiting), HMV (UK). Year of the original recording for American Victor was 1920.
Victor 1920. I know there is already a video of this, but the quality isn't too good and the audio has somebody talking in the background. requests!
Song Of India - Paul Whiteman
Columbia Song of India Komposition von Rimsky-Korsakov Foxtrot-Arrangement von Ferdi Grofé Paul Whiteman and his orchestra Hier ein schönes Beispiel, ...
Rhythym Boys & Paul Whiteman`s Band: Happy feet
Rhythym Boys, Sisters "G" (Eleanor and Karla Gutchrlein), Paul Whiteman, Al Norman & Girls.
1920 Paul Whiteman - Whispering (instrumental)
This immensely popular early million-selling 78 was the debut 10-inch release by the Whiteman band and began a years-long string of best-selling discs for ...
KING OF JAZZ 1930 with BING CROSBY & PAUL WHITEMAN early colur
King of Jazz is a 1930 American Pre-Code color film starring Paul Whiteman and his orchestra. The film title was taken from Whiteman's self-conferred ...
Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra: Happy Feet (1930)
A number by Paul Whiteman.
Paul Whiteman Changes
Paul Whiteman Orchestra- Changes - November 23, 1927.
Sugar (arr. by Bill Challis) - Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra (Bix Beiderbecke) (1928)
Henry Busse, Charles Margulis, Eddie Pinder (tp); Bix Beiderbecke (c); Boyce Cullen, Wilbur Hall, Bill Rank, Jack Fulton (tb); Frank Trumbauer, Chester Hazlett, ...
The Charleston - Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra (1925)