Les Brown

Lester Raymond Brown

Also known as Brown, C. Brown, L Brown, L. Broen, L. Brown, Lee Brown, Les Brown And His Band Of Renown, Lester Brown, Lester Raymond Brown, Lew Brown, Lou Brown
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Les_Brown_(bandleader)

Discography of Les Brown:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Concert Modern 5 Audio 1958 Capitol Records
2 Double Date 14 Audio 1977 HEP Records (3)
3 If I Had The Money 2 Audio 1957 Capitol Records
4 At The Palladium 4 Audio 1955 Coral
5 Call Me 6 Audio 1966 Decca
6 Swing Goes On Vol. 5 14 Audio 1978
7 Great Bands! 10 Audio Columbia
8 Big Bands: Les Brown 21 Audio 1984 Time Life Music
9 The Big Bands 58 Audio Capitol Records
10 Dance Bands - Les Brown, 1949 12 Audio Seagull Enterprises
11 I'll Be Hangin' Around 2 Audio Coral
12 The Best Of Les Brown 20 Audio 1975 MCA Records
13 Swing Back With Les Brown 12 Audio 1988 Just For Records
14 New Mexican Hat Dance / I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm 2 Audio Coral Records, Inc.
15 Composer's Holiday 10 Audio 1958 Capitol Records
16 The Les Brown Story 12 Audio 1989 Capitol Records
17 New Mexican Hat Dance / I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm 2 Audio Coral Records, Inc.
18 The Complete Les Brown, Volume 3 14 Audio Ajazz Records
19 Les Brown 21 Audio 1984
20 One Night Stand - Volume 2 12 Audio Joyce
21 In Disco Order, Volume One 1937-1938 14 Audio Ajazz Records
22 The Jazz Masters - 100 Anos De Swing 20 Audio 1996 Folio Collection
23 Heat Wave / Clouds 4 Audio Coral Records, Inc.
24 Dance The Fox Trot Vol. 3 4 Audio Columbia
25 Giants of the Big Band Era 12 Audio 1993 Pilz
26 Very Good Advice / 'Twas Brillig 2 Audio Coral
27 One Night Stand With Les Brown 13 Audio Joyce
28 Your Helen O'Connell Preview Record "The Years To Remember" 4 Audio Longines Symphonette Society


American big band leader, composer, saxophonist and clarinetist.

A graduate of Duke University where he led his first dance band, the Duke Blue Devils, for which he also played clarinet and saxophone. The band would go on to professional fame in the 1940s under the name [a=Les Brown And His Band Of Renown]. During that decade Brown had several hit songs, most notably "Sentimental Journey" (1944) and "I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm" (1946). He performed extensively with Bob Hope and led the house bands for "The Steve Allen Show" (1959-1961) and "The Dean Martin Show" (1963-1972).

Born: March 14, 1912, Reinerton, Pennsylvania

Died: January 4, 2001, Los Angeles, California


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