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Capture the world's great bandleaders at their peak with 'The Uncollected Series' - a stunning collection of authentic live and radio performances remastered and brought to life for your listening pleasure by Hindsight Records. Relive the days when Big Band was in full swing, and masterful musicians were carving out their legacies in front of our very eyes. Up next: Anson Weeks and His Hotel Mark Hopkins Orchestra are live in 1942 and joined by Bill Moreing, Fred Scott and Pete Fylling to take you through some of their very best including 'Dancing on the Ceiling', 'You're My Everything' and 'I Guess I'll Have to Change My Plans'.
Capture the world's great bandleaders at their peak with 'The Uncollected Series' - a stunning collection of authentic live and radio performances remastered and brought to life for your listening pleasure by Hindsight Records. Relive the days when Big Band was in full swing, and masterful musicians were carving out their legacies in front of our very eyes. Up next: Anson Weeks and His Hotel Mark Hopkins Orchestra are live in 1942 and joined by Bill Moreing, Fred Scott and Pete Fylling to take you through some of their very best including 'Dancing on the Ceiling', 'You're My Everything' and 'I Guess I'll Have to Change My Plans'.
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Uncollected: Anson Weeks & His Hotel Mark Hopkins
Artist: Anson Weeks
Format: CD
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Capture the world's great bandleaders at their peak with 'The Uncollected Series' - a stunning collection of authentic live and radio performances remastered and brought to life for your listening pleasure by Hindsight Records. Relive the days when Big Band was in full swing, and masterful musicians were carving out their legacies in front of our very eyes. Up next: Anson Weeks and His Hotel Mark Hopkins Orchestra are live in 1942 and joined by Bill Moreing, Fred Scott and Pete Fylling to take you through some of their very best including 'Dancing on the Ceiling', 'You're My Everything' and 'I Guess I'll Have to Change My Plans'.
        
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