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  1. Charlie Barnet came from a wealthy family. His parents had hoped that their son would become a lawyer. However the free spirited Barnet, at just 16 years of age, led his own band on a transatlantic ocean liner crossing the ocean 22 times and later went to the South Seas and Latin America.
  2. Get this from a library! Charlie Barnet and his orchestra: [Charlie Barnet; Mary Ann McCall; Charlie Barnet Orchestra.].
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  4. On this album, Charlie Barnet is at his best. These recordings feature some of the most noted studio performances of his biggest hits. Charlie Barnet was born on Oct, , in New York, NY and died on Sept. 4, , in San Diego, CA/5(10).
  5. Charlie Barnet discography and songs: Music profile for Charlie Barnet, born 26 October Genres: Big Band, Swing, Jazz. Albums include Cherokee / (Stay Up "Stan") The All Night Record Man, Skyliner / West End Blues, and Space Guitar and Deathray Boogie: Vintage Science Fiction Songs
  6. May 10,  · Provided to YouTube by Artist Partner Somebody Told Me · Charlie Puth Voicenotes ℗ Artist Partner Group, Inc. Producer, Programmer, Recorded by, Vocals: Charlie .
  7. 78_thats-for-me_charlie-barnet-and-his-orch-larry-taylor-johnny-burke-james-v-monac_gbiab Location USA Run time Scanner Internet Archive Python library Scanningcenter George Blood, L.P. Size Source 78 User_cleaned Thomas Primosch User_metadataentered Shaun Kinney User_transferred Shaun Kinney.
  8. About Charlie Barnet & His Orchestra. One of the best (and least remembered) big bands around. Barnet, who adored Duke Ellington's band, assembled the hottest players for his outfit regardless of race, which hurt him in our segregated country. Billy May, who later wrote many of Sinatra's hottest charts, created his trademark "slurping sax.

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