Thursday, July 26, 2007

YOWZAH! #5 -- "Sweetness and Light" July 25, 2007

A decent four-hour playlist, expressing those qualities that I don't always embody. At 10 PM, I played the first half of the "Saturday Night Swing Club" broadcast from June 12, 1937.

Annette Hanshaw – Lovable and Sweet (1929) – ASV Living Era CD AJA 5220
Duke Ellington and his Orch. – Daybreak Express (1933) – Pro Arte Digital CDD 482
Jelly Roll Morton’s Red Hot Peppers – Doctor Jazz (1926) – JSPCD 321
Clyde McCoy and his Orch. – Sugar Blues (1931) – Collectors’ Choice CCM-155-2
The Cotton Pickers – Sugar is Back in Town (1929) – Timeless CBC 1-049
Fred Hamm and his Orch. – Sugar Foot Stomp (1925) – Timeless CBC 1-072
Vincent Lopez Orch. – Here Comes the Sun (1930) – Archephone 3002
The Piccadilly Players – Sunny Skies (1928) – Diamond Cut DCP 202D
The Boswell Sisters – We’ve Got to Put That Sun Back in The Sky (1932) – Sony A 30320
Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians – Sweet and Lovely (1931) – Collectors’ Choice CCM-299-2
Bing Crosby – My Honey’s Lovin’ Arms (1933) – Columbia CK44306
Louis Armstrong and his Orch. – My Sweet (1930) – JSPCD 3401
Miss Lee Morse – Old Man Sunshine, Little Boy Bluebird (1928) – Jasmine JASCD 646
Roger Wolfe Kahn and his Orch. – Give Me The Sunshine (1928) – Jazz Oracle BDW 8013
Paul Whiteman and his Orch. – Livin’ in the Sunlight, Lovin’ in the Moonlight (1930) – Naxos 8.120697
McKenzie and Condon’s Chicagoans – Sugar (1927) – Gold Sound DCD-772
Russell Gray and his Orch. (Trumbauer) – Sugar (1927) – Columbia CK46175
King Oliver and his Orch. – Freakish Light Blues (1929) – JSPCD 3404
Quintet of the Hot Club of France – The Sunshine of Your Smile (1935) – JSPCD341
Janet Gaynor – Sunny Side Up (1929) – ASV Living Era CD AJA 5011
Vince Giordano’s Nighthawks – Sweetest Melody (1993) – Stomp Off CD1260
Jabbo Smith’s Rhythm Aces – Sweet ‘n’ Low Blues (1929) – Retrieval 79013
Benny Carter and his Orch. – Synthetic Love (1932) – Proper P1369
Casa Loma Orch. – On The Sunny Side of the Street (1930) – Hep CD 1010
Jesse Stafford and his Orch. – Shine (1928) – The Old Masters mb122
Benny Goodman and his Orch. – Throwin’ Stones at the Sun (1935) – Timeless CBC 1-065
Fats Waller – Soothin’ Syrup Stomp (1927) – JSPCD 927B
Jane Green – I’m Gonna Meet My Sweetie Now (1927) – ASV Living Era CD AJA 5015
Cab Calloway and his Orch.– So Sweet (1931) – Masters of Jazz MJCD 182
Paul Whiteman and his Orch. – Sunshine (1928) – Naxos 8.120696
Fred Hall and his Sugar Babies – Plenty of Sunshine (1927) – The Old Masters mb106
Joseph Robichaux and his N.O. Rhythm Boys – After the Sun Goes Down (1933) – Document CD1016
Henry Starr – When I’m Walking With My Sweetness (1929) – Jazz Oracle BDW 8003
Various Artists – Saturday Night Swing Club 1st Anniversary Pt.1 (1937) –Memphis Archives MA7002
Red Nichols and his Five Pennies – Someday Sweetheart (1927) – Quadromania 222464-444
Louisiana Rhythm Kings – Sweet Sue-Just You (1930) – Jazz Oracle BDW 8024
Fred Elizalde and his Anglo-American Band – Under the Moon (1928) – Retrieval RTR 79011
Jimmie Lunceford and his Chicasaw Syncopators – Sweet Rhythm (1930) – Proper P1597
Waring’s Pennsylvanians – Holding My Honey’s Hand (1932) – Viper’s Nest VN-179
Fats Waller and his Rhythm – Armful O’ Sweetness (1934) – Bluebird 06873-66618-2
Van and Schenck – Get Out and Get Under the Moon (1928) – Pro Arte Digital CDD 483
Guy Lombardo’s Royal Canadians – There Ought to Be a Moonlight Saving Time (1931) – Sony A2 23671
Red McKenzie and his Rhythm Kings – Murder in the Moonlight (1935) – Timeless CBC 1-019
Quintet of the Hot Club of France – Sweet Chorus (1936) – JSPCD 344
Louis Prima and his N.O. Gang – Sugar is Sweet and So Are You (1935) – JSP CD 339
Red Norvo and his Swing Octet – Honeysuckle Rose (1935) – Portrait Masters RK 44118
Thelma Terry and her Playboys – Starlight and Tulips (1928) – Timeless CBC 1-041
Bing Crosby – Dancing In The Dark (1931) – Master Classics MCS 8070-2
Bud Flanagan and Frances Day – But In The Morning, No! (1941) – Naxos 8.120627
Ben Bernie and his Orch. – Au Revoir, Pleasant Dreams (1941) – Reader’s Digest LP Set

1 comment:

Nick said...

Andy -

You may wish to consider posting a photo of bassist/leader Thelma Terry....if recollection serves me correctly, she was a hot bassist in more ways than one.....


Of course, opening with Annette H. is sheer brilliance on your part, but to follow with Duke & Jelly is strong medicine.