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Customer Reviews

Cab Calloway is God.

Everytime I listen to this album, I'm filled with joy. Not only due to the quality of the music, but the thought of Cab will make anyone happy. These are all classics that are bound to improve any music library. A must buy for any lover of the genre, or any lover of music itself.

best live album ever

hands down the best version of minnie the moocher anywhere. very enjoyable to anyone familiar with good music.

I owe

The Blues Brothers made me listen to Cab Calloway at a very young age and I'll never stop. Both the movie and the man are on the short list of things I love in this world. Thank you.


Born: December 25, 1907 in Rochester, NY

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '30s, '40s, '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s

One of the great entertainers, Cab Calloway was a household name by 1932, and never really declined in fame. A talented jazz singer and a superior scatter, Calloway's gyrations and showmanship on-stage at the Cotton Club sometimes overshadowed the quality of his always excellent bands. The younger brother of singer Blanche Calloway (who made some fine records before retiring in the mid-'30s), Cab grew up in Baltimore, attended law school briefly, and then quit to try to make it as a singer and a...
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