Buddy Morrow

Muni Zudekoff.

Also known as B. Morrow, Buddy Morrow And His Orchestra, Buddy Morrow His Orchestra & Chorus, Morrow

Discography of Buddy Morrow:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Impact 12 Audio 1959 RCA Victor
2 Impact 5 Audio 1959 RCA
3 New Blues Scene 10 Audio 1967 United Artists Records
4 Night Train Goes To Hollywood 11 Audio 1962 Mercury
5 Greyhound / Stairway To The Stars 4 Audio 1952 RCA Victor
6 Golden Trombone 12 Audio 1956 Mercury
7 Impact 12 Audio 1959 RCA Victor
8 Double Impact 12 Audio 1960 RCA
9 The Bostella 2 Audio Epic
10 The War Of The Bands Concert - The Combined Orchestras Of Ralph Flanagan And Buddy Morrow 6 Audio 1954
11 The New International Dance Craze The Bostella! 12 Audio Epic
12 The Complete R.C.A. Victor Revolving Bandstand Sessions 14 Audio 1995 RCA
13 Big Band Series / Original Recording 10 Audio 1980 Picc-A-Dilly
14 Tribute To A Sentimental Gentleman 12 Audio 1957 Mercury
15 Revolving Bandstand 10 Audio 1974 RCA Records
16 Double Impact 12 Audio 1960
17 The New International Dance Craze The Bostella! 12 Audio Epic
18 Just We Two 9 Audio 1958 Mercury
19 Just We Two 9 Audio 1958 Mercury
20 The Complete R.C.A. Victor Revolving Bandstand Sessions 14 Audio 1993 RCA
21 Some Of These Days 4 Audio RCA Victor
22 The War Of The Bands Concert - The Combined Orchestras Of Ralph Flanagan And Buddy Morrow 6 Audio 1954 RCA Victor
23 For Dancers Only 4 Audio Mercury
24 Greyhound / Stairway To The Stars 4 Audio 1952 RCA Victor
25 Richard Diamond / Riff Blues 2 Audio 1960 RCA Victor
26 I Can't Give You Anything But Love / Our Song Of Love 4 Audio RCA Victor


American jazz trombonist and bandleader.

Played with : Tommy Dorsey (1938), Paul Whiteman (1939), Tony Pastor (1940), Bob Crosby, Billu Butterfield, Red McKenzie.

In 1951 he formed his own band which took its first hit in 1952 with "Night Train" (by Jimmy Forrest) one million copies sold.

Released during his career, many albums under his own name.

Born : February 08, 1919 in New Haven, Connecticut.

Died : September 27, 2010 in Ormond Beach, Florida.


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