Music: New Pop Records, Nov. 3, 1952

The late '30s were the good vintage years for swing, and the demand for the real stuff goes up as the supply disappears. Two years ago, Columbia reached back among the cobwebs and, to the cheers of the connoisseurs, issued a transcript of Benny Goodman's 1938 Carnegie Hall concert. The best news for swing fans since that occasion is Columbia's new album: Jazz Concert No. 2—a transcription of 37 tunes performed by Goodman and his gang on radio programs in 1937-38. The gang is all there—Gene Krupa on the drums, Harry James on the...

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