The Artie Shaw Blog

“I did all you can do with a clarinet. Any more would have been less” – Artie Shaw

Artie Shaw and his Gramercy 5, 1953-54

Early December 1953 Besame Mucho That Old Feeling Tenderly Stop and Go Mambo Sunny Side Up Imagination Late February - Early March, 1954 The Sad Sack I've Got A Crush on You Sequence in B-flat (The Chaser) Tenderly When the Quail Come Back to San Quentin Sunny Side Up...

The Best of Artie Shaw on Vinyl

Artie Shaw was a legendary jazz clarinetist and bandleader. Artie Shaw's Recordings Most of Shaw's recordings were released on vinyl records under the Bluebird, RCA Victor, Musicraft, Brunswick, Decca, and Columbia labels. The Music Shaw's music is full of energy and...

Artie Shaw Music Videos

Artie Shaw Interviewed about Judy Garland by Mike Wallace

Artie Shaw on 'Mike Wallace at Large' This 1976  radio interview of Artie Shaw by Mike Wallace about Judy Garland combines outtakes from the 1976 CBS 60-Minutes television segment. 

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