Saturday, January 14, 2006

"Say Si Si" January 13, 2006 INTERNET ONLY

(Week 24)

I've always been one to push more envelopes than the Postal Service. This Live 365 only RADIOLA! is yet another chance I'm taking--that a Latin/Caribbean themed program will appeal to those who listen mainly for classic 20s and 30s jazz and pop. I've always loved the calypso of the 1930s, and Lou Danziger, who listens from California, suggested I delve into some of the delightful early Cuban material that has been reissued. I have included generous portions of both, along with US music that has been inspired and influenced by points South of the border. Enjoy!

Antobal’s Cubans – Para vigo me voy (1936) – Harlequin HQ CD 123
King Radio – Man Smart, Woman Smarter (1936) – Rounder CD 1141
Ocarina Soloist – William Tell Overture – Columbia 78
Eddie South and his Int’l Orch. – Mama, yo quiero una novia (1931) – Frog DGF36
Louis Armstrong and his Orch. – The Peanut Vendor (1930) – JSP CD3401
Fred Hall and his Sugar Babies – Mama Inez (1930) – The Old Masters mb106
The Lion – Love Thy Neighbor – Rounder CD 1054
Atilla the Hun – Freddo (1939) – Rounder CD 1077
Felix and his Krazy Kats – Bei Mir Bist du Schoen – Rounder CD 1054
Antobal’s Cubans – Songo Songo (1937) – Harlequin CD 123
Codallo’s Top Hatters Orch. – I Want to Build a Bungalo (1938) – Rounder CD 1077
Oscar Aleman and Orch. – Besame Mucho (1943) – Acoustic Disc ACD-29
Lucille Hegamin – Senorita Mine (1926) – Frog DGF14
John Boles – It Happened in Monterey (1930) – ASV Living Era CD AJA 5195
Lonnie Johnson – Got the Blues for Murder Only (1930) – Columbia CK 46221
Orq de Tomas Ponce – Ay, que Victrola! (1916) – Harlequin HQ CD 131
Lionel Belasco and his Orch. – Depression–pasillo (1932) – Rounder CD 1077
Bennie Moten’s Kansas City Orch. – Rumba Negro (1929) – Classics 578
Rico’s Creole Band – Con picante y sin picante (1931) – Harlequin HQ CD 41
Antobal’s Cubans – Mammy Bong (1937) – Harlequin HQ CD 123
Codallo’s Top Hatters Orch. – Tropical Heat–paseo – Rounder CD 1054
The Growler – Calypso Behind the Wall (1938) – Rounder CD 1141
The Caresser – Exploiting (1938) – Rounder CD 1141
King Radio – Sedition Law (1939) – Arhoolie Folklyric CD 7004
Frank Crumit – A Gay Caballero (1928) – Pro Arte Digital 3407
Frank Crumit – The Return of the Gay Cabellero (1929) – Pro Arte Digital 3407
West End Jazz Band – Hernando’s Hideaway (2004) – Legacy 2K 104
Eddie South and his Int’l Orch. – Se va la vido (1931) – Frog DGF36
Pedro Flores – Tortitas (1936) – Harlequin HQ CD 72
Oscar Aleman – Tico Tico No Fuba (1943) – Acoustic Disc ACD-29
Gus Arnheim and his Orch. – She Went to Havana (1931) – Take Two TT410CD
Ben Selvin and his Orch. – When Yuba Plays the Rumba (1931) – The Old Masters mb102
Irving Mills and his Orch. – Doin’ the Rumba (1931) – Sensation 769 748 025-2
Oscar Aleman – Sweet Sue (1938) – Acoustic Disc ACD-29

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Ted Hering said...

I was surprised to find "Woman Smarter" here. I thought it was a new song when Harry Belefante did it in the 1950s.