I just had occasion to once again listen to "Sing, Sing, Sing" from the 1938 Carnegie Hall concert of the Benny Goodman orchestra. I suppose for those of this era, it's not much, but to us of many eras, it's right up near the top. That band featured Goodman on clarinet, Gene Krupa on Drums, Harry James on trumpet, Lionel Hampton on vibes, with guest appearances during the concert by Count Basie and his orchestra. The concert was precedent shattering. Sing, Sing, Sing stands out to this day as the measuring stick for the very best big band jazz of that era.