Friday, July 21, 2006

"Summer Smorgasbord" July 21, 2006

(Week 48)

The hot weather demands an array of lighter fare, a musical version of one of those family picnics where everyone brings a variation on three-bean salad. There is no heavy theme to oppress us this week--only cool drinks, badminton, and maybe a song from that crazy aunt of yours who always wanted to sing opera.

The fun begins at 7 PM EDT on WHCL.

McKinney’s Cotton Pickers – I’d Love It (1929) – Giants of Jazz CD 53220
Ted Weems and his Orch. – What a Day! (1929) – Memphis Archive MA 7013
Mose Tapiero – William Tell Overture (1912) – Columbia 78 RPM
The Knickerbockers – Steppin’ in Society (1925) – Timeless CBC 1-089
The Little Ramblers – My Cutey’s Due at Two to Two (1926) – Timeless CBC 1-037 JAZZ
Ray Miller and his Orch. – My Honey’s Lovin’ Arms (1928) – Timeless CBC 1-041
Annette Hanshaw – Would You Like to Take a Walk (1931) – ASV Living Era CD AJA 5220
Mildred Bailey and her Orch. – Slumming on Park Avenue (1937) – Proper Box 57
Duke Ellington and his Orch. (Ivie Anderson, vo.) – Truckin’ (1935) – Sabam Crescendo 7207
The Chocolate Dandies – Stardust (1928) – JSP 918A
Fowler’s Favorites – Hot Strut (1927) – Frog DGF32
Blue Ribbon Syncopators – Scratch (1927) – Frog DGF32
Mantovani and his Orch. – Where Are You? (1937) – Music & Memories MMD 1007
Jack Payne and his BBC Dance Orch. – Do Something (1929) – Avid AVC539
Harry Roy and his Orch. – Red Pepper (1935) – ASV Living Era CD AJA 5225
John J. Kimmel – Cakewalk (1907) – Archeophone 1001
Florence Foster Jenkins – Der Holle Rache (Queen of the Night) (Mozart) – Membran 222078-205
Bert Williams – O Death, Where is Thy Sting? (1918) – Archeophone 5003
Jelly Roll Morton and his Red Hot Peppers – Jersey Joe (1929) – JSP CD322
New Orleans Bootblacks – Flat Foot (1926) – Giants of Jazz CD 53077
Johnny Dodds’ Black Bottom Stompers – New Orleans Stomp (1927) – Giants of Jazz CD 53077
Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians – I’m More Than Satisfied (1928) – Sensation 769 748 026-2
The New York Syncopators – Cobblestones (1927) – The Old Masters mb110
The Knickerbockers – Manhattan (1925) – ASV Living Era CD AJA 5318
Cliff Edwards – Dreaming of a Castle in the Air (1925) – Jazz Oracle BDW 8043
Annette Hanshaw – Big City Blues (1929) – ASV Living Era CD AJA 5220
Billy Murray and Walter Scanlon – My Wife is On a Diet (1929) – Take Two TT503CD
Bud Freeman and his Windy City Five – What is there to Say? (1935) – Giants of Jazz CD 53272
Louis Prima and his New Orleans Gang – I’m Living in a Great Big Way (1935) – JSP CD339
Muggsy Spanier and his Ragtime Band – At the Jazz Band Ball (1939) – Giants of Jazz CD 53222
Mildred Bailey and her Alley Cats – Willow Tree (1935) – Proper Box 57
Ethel Waters – Bread and Gravy (1939) – JSP 918D
Ivie Anderson (w/Duke Ellington) – All God’s Chillun Got Rhythm (1937) – Sabam Crescendo 7207
Barbara Rosene and her New Yorkers – Get Out and Get Under the Moon (2005) – Stomp Off CD1405
West End Jazz Band – Buffalo Rhythm (2004) – Legacy 2K 104
Ted Wallace and his Campus Boys – I’ve Got a Feelin’ I’m Falling (1929) – The Old Masters mb110
Will Osborne and his Orch. – You’ll Get By (With a Twinkle in Your Eye) (1932) – IAJRC CD 1013
Clyde McCoy and his Drake Hotel Orch. – Tear It Down (1933) – Sony Music Special Products A31939
Bennie Moten’s Kansas City Orch. – That Too, Do (1930) – Giants of Jazz CD 53293
Count Basie and his Orch. – Pennies From Heaven (1937) – Giants of Jazz CD 53293
Earl Hines and his Orch. – Cavernism (1933) – Portait Masters RK 44119
We Three – Trumpet Sobs (1926) – Jazz Oracle BDW 8043
California Ramblers – Everything is Hotsy-Totsy Now (1925) – Biograph BCD 154 ADD
Jay C. Flippen and his Gang – How Could Red Riding Hood (1926) – Jazz Oracle BDW 8043
The Tennessee Tooters – Crazy Quilt (1926) – Hep CD 1081
Duke Ellington and his Orch. – Hot and Bothered (1928) – Columbia C2K 46177
Louis Armstrong and his Orch. – I Got Rhythm (1931) – JSP CD3401
Fats Waller and his Rhythm – Two Sleepy People (1938) – JSP 918D
Duke Ellington and his Orch. (Ivie Anderson, vo.) – Jump For Joy (1941) – Sabam Crescendo 7207
Bechet-Spanier Big Four – Sweet Sue, Just You (1940) – Giants of Jazz CD 53222
Ray Starita and his Ambassadors’ Club Orch. – Wake Up! Chill’un, Wake Up! (1929) – Avid AVC539

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