Life And Times Of Cab Calloway Part Four

Life And Times Of Cab Calloway Part Four

Life And Times Of Cab Calloway Part Four

Life And Times Of Cab Calloway Part Four

You have to honor a man that stayed in the music business for seventy years, so let’s start by reading and listening to that man, in the closing blog of Life And Times Of Cab Calloway Part Four, and then listen to his album.

Honors

* In 1993, the University of Rochesterpresented Calloway with the honorary level of Doctor of Fine Arts

* In 1993, he existed with the National Medal of Arts

* In 1998, The Cab Calloway Orchestra (routed by Calloway’s grand son C. “CB” Calloway Brooks) was created to recognize his tradition on the nationwide and also global degrees.

Chosen Honors and Acknowledgments

Grammy background

Year

Group

Title

Tag

Outcome

Notes

2008

Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award

Guest of honor

1999

Grammy Hall of Fame Award

“Minnie the Moocher”

Brunswick (1931 )

Inducted

Jazz (Single)

Other honors

Year

Classification

Title

Outcome

Notes

1987

Huge Band and also Jazz Hall of Fame

Sworn in

1967

Finest Performances

External Critics Circle Awards

Victor

Hello There, Dolly Musical

Discography

Charting songs

Launch

day

Title

Graph placements

1930

“Saint Louis Blues (tune)”

16

1931

“Minnie the Moocher”

1

“Saint James Infirmary”

3

“Nobody’s Sweetheart”

13

“Six or Seven Times”

14

“You Rascal, You”

17

“Kicking the Gong Around”

4

“Between the Devil as well as the Deep Blue Sea”

15

“Tickeration”

8

1932

“Cabin in the Cotton”

17

“Strictly Cullud Affair”

11

“Minnie the Moocher’s Wedding Day”

8

“Reefer Man”

11

“Hot Toddy”

14

“I’ve Got the World on a String”

18

1933

“I Got ta Right to Sing the Blues”

17

1934

“Jitter Bug”

20

“Moon Glow”

7

“Chinese Rhythm”

7

1935

“Keep That Hi-De-Hi in Your Soul”

20

1936

“You’re the Cure wherefore Ails Me”

20

“Copper Colored Gal”

13

1937

“Wake up and also Live”

17

“Congo”

17

“Peckin'”

18

“She’s Tall, She’s Tan, She’s Terrific”

17

“Moon mixed-up”

19

“Mama, I wish to Make Rhythm”

20

1938

“Every Day’s a Holiday”

18

“Mister Toscanini, Swing for Minnie”

19

“F.D.R. Jones”

14

“Angels With Dirty Faces”

3

1939

“The Ghost of Smokey Joe”

13

“(Hep Hep!) The Jumping Jive”

2

1940

“Fifteen Minute Intermission”

23

1941

“Bye Bye Blues”

24

“Geechee Joe”

23

“I See a Million People”

23

1942

“Blues in the Night”

8

1943

“Ogeechee River Lullaby”

18

1944

“The Moment I Laid My Eyes on You”

28

1945

“Let’s Take the Long Way Home”

28

1946

“The Honeydripper”

3

(R&B)

1948

“The Calloway Boogie”

13

(R&B)

Stage looks

* Porgy as well as Bess (1953 )

* Hello, Dolly! (substitute in 1967)

* The Pajama Game (1973 )

* Bubbling Brown Sugar (1976 )

* Uptown … It’s Hot! (1986 )

Filmography

Functions

* The Big Broadcast (1932) – Himself

* International House (1933) – Cab Calloway

* The Singing Kid (1936) – Cotton Club Band Leader

* Manhattan Merry-Go-Round (1937) – Cotton Club Orchestra Leader (anonymous)

* Stormy Weather (1943) – Himself

* Sensations of 1945 (1944) – Himself

* Ebony Parade (1947) – Herself (archive video footage)

* Hey De Ho (1947) – Cab Calloway

* Rhythm as well as Blues Revue (1955 )

* St. Louis Blues (1958) – Blade

* Schlager-Raketen (1960) – Sänger/ Himself

* The Cincinnati Kid (1965) – Yeller

* The Blues Brothers (1980) – Curtis

Short Movies

* Minnie the Moocher (1932) – Himself – Bandleader (anonymous)

* Snow-White (1933) – Koko the Clown (voice, anonymous)

* The Old Man of the Mountain (1933) – Cab Calloway & & Old Man

* Betty Boop’s Rise to Fame (1934) – Old Man (voice, anonymous)

* Cab Calloway’s Hi-De-Ho (1934) – Himself

* Cab Calloway’s Jitterbug Party (1935) – Himself

* Hey De Ho (1937) – Himself

* Mother Goose Goes Hollywood (1938 )

* Meet the Maestros (1938) – Band Leader, ZaZuZaz number

* Caldonia (1945) – Himself

* Basin Street Revue (1956) – Himself

 

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