Friday, August 11, 2006

"Occupational Hazards" August 11, 2006

(Week 51)

This week we explore the world of work. Fortunately, this Job Fair is entirely musical, which is a great relief to me.

Career Day begins at 7 PM EDT on WHCL--proper attire is recommended.

Six Jumping Jacks – Where Do You Work-a John? (1926)– The Old Masters mb120
Louis Armstrong and his Orch. – Hustlin’ and Bustlin’ for Baby (1933) – RCA 09026-68682-2
Mose Tapiero – William Tell Overture (1912) – Columbia 78 RPM
Harry Roy and his Band – Heigh Ho! (1938) – ASV Living Era CD AJA 5225
Phil Harris and his Orch. (Leah Ray, vo.) – The Cop on the Beat (1932) – Take Two TT416CD
Chick Bullock and his Orch. – I’m an Old Cowhand (1936) – IAJRC CD 1013
Ruth Etting – Ten Cents a Dance (1928) – Columbia Legacy C2K 52943
Ramona & Roy Bargy – Raising the Rent (1933) – Bluebird 82876 50958-2
Gertrude Lawrence – The Physician (1933) – ASV Living Era CD AJA 5030
Benny Goodman and his Orch. (Mildred Bailey, vo.) – Junk Man (1934) – Timeless CBC 1-065
Luis Russell and his Orch. – New Call of the Freaks (1929) – JSPCD 308
Jimmie Lunceford – Rhythm is Our Business (1934) – Charly CDCD1118
Frank Crumit – I’m a Specialist (1931) – Pro Arte Digital CDD 3407
Frank Crumit – There’s No One With Endurance Like the Man Who Sells Insurance (1935)
Pinky Tomlin – A Porter’s Love Song to a Chambermaid (1935) – Columbia/Legacy C2K 52942
Wilmoth Houdini – Poor But Ambitious (1940) – Arhoolie Folklyric CD 7010
The Lion – The Vendor’s Song (1938) – Rounder CD 1142
Moxy Fruvous – King of Spain (1993) – Atlantic 82563-2
Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians – Going–Going–Gone (1933) – Collectors’ Choice CCM-299-2
Harry Roy and his Band – I Want the Waiter With the Water (1940) – ASV Living Era CD AJA5225
Don Azpiazu and his Havana Casino Orch. – The Peanut Vendor (1930) – Take Two TT507CD
Bessie Smith – Kitchen Man (1929) – Excelsior EXL-2-5317
Lonnie Johnson – He’s a Jelly Roll Baker (1940) – Bluebird 07863-66064-2
Vance Dixon and his Pencils – Meat Man Pete (1931) – Frog DGF 38
Gene Kardos and his Orch. – Business in F (1931) – The Old Masters mb121
Clyde McCoy and his Orch – Business on the QT (1933) – Collectors’ Choice CCM-155-2
Frank Trumbauer and his Orch. – Business in Q (1932) – The Old Masters mb109
Original Cast of “Hot Chocolate” – Big Business Pt 1 & 2 (1929) – Archives of Jazz 3801072
Fats Waller and his Rhythm – You Run Your Mouth, I’ll Run My Business (1940) – Archives of Jazz 3801072
Annette Hanshaw – When I’m Housekeeping for You (1930) – Annette Hanshaw vol. 7/Sensation
Annette Hanshaw – Cooking Breakfast for the One I Love (1930) – Annette Hanshaw vol.7/Sensation
Bernie Stevens and his Orch. – Wipin’ the Pan (1929) – Diamond Cut DCP-202D
Antobal’s Cubans (Chick Bullock, vo.) – El trapero (Old Clothes) (1937) – Harlequin HQCD 123
George Formby – The Window Cleaner (No. 2) (1937) – Hallmark 300282
Tom Lehrer – The Old Dope Peddler (1953) – Rhino R2 72776
Paul Whiteman and his Orch – Old Man River (1928) – Roaring 20s Disc 2/Intersound
Eddie Lang and his Orch. – Walkin’ the Dog (1929) – Timeless CBC 1-043 JAZZ
Irving Mills and his Hotsy Totsy Gang – Railroad Man (1930) – Sensation 769 748 025-2
Ethel Waters – Organ Grinder Blues (1928) – Frog DGF14
Jelly Roll Morton and his Red Hot Peppers – Shoe Shiner’s Drag (1928) – Tomato R2 70384
Duke Ellington & his Orch. (Ivie Anderson, vo.) – Shoe Shine Boy (1936) – Crescendo 7207
Fiddlin’ John Carson – Taxes on the Farmer Feeds Them All (1934) – Bluebird 82876 50958-2
Bing Crosby – Brother, Can You Spare a Dime? (1932) – Columbia CK 44305
Fred Astaire (w/Ray Noble) – The Yam (1938) – Charly CDCD 1075
Dixieland Jug Blowers – If You Can’t Make it Easy, Get a Job and Go to Work (1927) – Frog DGF6
Jabbo Smith and his Rhythm Aces – ‘Til Times Get Better (1929) – Retrieval RTR79013
Curtis Mosby and his Dixieland Blue Blowers – Weary Stomp (1927) – Jazz Oracle BDW 8003
Mildred Bailey and her Orch. – Washboard Blues (1938) – Properbox 57 (disc 3)
Nelson Eddy – Stouthearted Men (1940) – Columbia/Legacy CK 57712
Fats Waller and his Rhythm – Sweet Sue, Just You (1935) – Archives of Jazz 3801072
Ray Starita and his Ambassadors’ Club Orch. – Wake Up! Chill’un, Wake Up! (1929) – Avid AVC539

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