Previous Single Artist Record Of The Week
From The Collection Of Paul Ressler

(Biweekly 5/1/04 - 5/14/04)


"These Things Are Love"/"I've Been Around"
by Tiny Bradshaw
on Savoy 650
released in 1947


Photo Of Lil Green and Tiny Bradshaw

Above: Photo of Lil Green (left) with Myron "Tiny" Bradshaw. Before forming his band in 1934, Tiny sang with Horace Henderson, drummed for Marion Hardy, the Savoy Bearcats, and the Mills Blue Rhythm Band, and sang for Luis Russell. His own band produced such saxophone stars as Sonny Stitt, Red Prysock, and Sil Austin. Among the vocalists to record with Tiny's band were Roy Brown, Arthur Prysock, Lonnie Johnson, and Tiny Kennedy.

Click HERE for an article about Tiny Bradshaw by J.C. Marion.



Savoy Label-These Things Are Love-1947

Above: Label image of Savoy 650 released in 1947. Tiny Bradshaw later joined King Records, producing five Billboard hits (and also the original recording of "Train Kept A -Rollin'").

Listen to this week's selections: [Audio restoration by Dave Saviet.]

A) Click on an option below to listen to Tiny Bradshaw using Streaming RealAudio.

"These Things Are Love" - Savoy 650 - 1947
"I've Been Around" - Savoy 650 - 1947
"BOTH SONGS" played in sequence

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"These Things Are Love" - Savoy 650 - 1947 (file size=514KB)
"I've Been Around" - Savoy 650 - 1947 (file size=384KB)


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