Top Billy May Albums
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Hits of Billy May
Hits of Billy May
[2015]
Grandes Orquestas
Grandes Orquestas
[2014]
Billy May's Bacchanalia!
Billy May's Bacchanalia!
[2013]
Billy May’s Bacchanalia and Naughty Operetta
Billy May’s Bacchanalia and Naughty Operetta
[2013]
Grandes Orquestas: Billy May
Grandes Orquestas: Billy May
[2012]
Cha-Cha!
Cha-Cha!
[2011]
Cha Cha!
Cha Cha!
[2011]
Las Mejores Orquestas del Mundo Vol.2: Billy May
Las Mejores Orquestas del Mundo Vol.2: Billy May
[2011]
Essential Jazz Masters
Essential Jazz Masters
[2011]
Big Fat Brass
Big Fat Brass
[2011]
Plays for Fancy Dancin'
Plays for Fancy Dancin'
[2010]
A Band Is Born!
A Band Is Born!
[2009]
Johnny Cool (Soundtrack from the Motion Picture)
Johnny Cool (Soundtrack from the Motion Picture)
[2008]
Live from the Hollywood Palladium
Live from the Hollywood Palladium
[2006]
Plays the Standards
Plays the Standards
[2004]
The Ultimate Billy May
The Ultimate Billy May
[2002]
Bill's Bag
Bill's Bag
[1963]
The Sweetest Swingin' Sounds Of No Strings
The Sweetest Swingin' Sounds Of No Strings
[1962]
The Girls And Boys On Broadway
The Girls And Boys On Broadway
[1960]
Billy May's Big Fat Brass
Billy May's Big Fat Brass
[1958]
Jimmie Lunceford In Hi-Fi
Jimmie Lunceford In Hi-Fi
[1957]
Naughty Operetta!
Naughty Operetta!
[1955]
Sorta-May
Sorta-May
[1955]
A Band Is Born
A Band Is Born
[1952]
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Related Information for Billy May
William E. May, (November 10, 1916 – January 22, 2004) better known as Billy May was an American composer and musician. Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, he played trumpet professionally in big bands such as those of Charlie Barnet starting in 1939. May worked as an arranger for the bands of Glenn Miller and Les Brown before being hired as staff arranger first for the NBC radio network, then for Capitol Records.At Capitol, May wrote arrangements for many top artists, including Frank Sinatra, Nat King Cole, Stan Freberg, Peggy Lee, Sue Raney, Vic Damone, Jeri Southern, Keely Smith, Bobby Darin, Nancy Wilson, Matt Monro, Bing Crosby and Rosemary Clooney.May's charts often featured brisk tempos and intricate brass parts. One distin... read more