Friday, November 09, 2007

"Odds 'n' Ends" November 9, 2007

(Week 101)

It's time to clean out the RADIOLA! fridge again--and here are more tasty leftovers for your approval: Viva-Tonals, Rare Birds, album cuts, hot jazz, and a 1932 Ellington medley recorded in Stereo (but played in single-channel splendor over monaural WHCL-FM). Tune in to WHCL 88.7 FM (or log in HERE) at 8 PM ET for the best of pot luck!

Ben Selvin and his Orch. – Wherever You Are (1927) – Columbia 1133-D
Majestic Dance Orch. – I’m Through Shedding Tears Over You (1922) – Grey Gull 1136 (b)
Ipana Troubadors – Wake Up! Chillun, Wake Up! (1929) – Columbia 1779-D
King Oliver and his Dixie Syncopators – Deep Henderson (1926) – Frog DGF34 (CD)
Ted Lewis and his Band – Say Arabella (1925) – Columbia 416-D
Clifford Hayes’ Lousiville Stompers – Hey! I Am Blue (take 2) (1929) – Frog DGF10 (CD)
Wendell Hall – A Bird’s Eye View of My Old Kentucky Home (1926) – Brunswick 3331-B
Kate Smith – Clementine (From New Orleans) (1927) – Columbia 1132-D
Ford and Glenn – I Told Them All About You (1927) – Columbia 1240-D
Mr. X (Irving Kaufman) – Three O’Clock in the Morning (1922) – Grey Gull 2091 (a)
Metropolitan Dance Players – Sweet Indiana Home (1922) – Grey Gull 1114 (a)
Art Kahn and his Orch. – Back Home in Illinois (1925) – Columbia 468-D
Radio Franks – I Wanna Go Where You Go (1925) – Perfect 12224-A
Ross Gorman and his Earl Carroll Orch. – Hugo I Go Where You Go (1925) – Columbia 460-D
Memphis Stompers – Hold it Still (take 1) (1928) – Frog DGF24 (CD)
West End Jazz Band – Chloe (1982) – “Positively-Absolutely” Blackbird C4005 (LP)
Gary Lawrence and his Sizzling Syncopators – Stayin’ Alive (1980) – Columbia M35824 (LP)
Singing Sophomores w/Vaughn DeLeath –When Honey Sings an Old Time Tune (1927) – Col. 1203-D
Sim Harris (Ernest Stoneman) – Pass Around the Bottle (1927) – Oriole 916 (b)
Clover Trio – Collegiate (1925) – Grey Gull (1925) – 1283 (a)
Duke Ellington and his Orch. – Mood Indigo/Hot and Bothered/Creole Love Call (1932) – RCA 63459-2 (CD)
Gerald Marks and his Orch. – Together (1928) – Columbia (1928) – Columbia 1343-D
Max Fisher and his California Orch. – Maybe I’ll Baby You (1927) – Columbia 1226-D
Williamson’s Beale Street Frolic Orch. – Memphis Scronch (take 3) – Frog DGF24 (CD)
Ted Lewis and his Band – Start the Band! (1928) – Columbia 1391-D
Markel and his Orch. – Nobody But Fanny (1925) – Columbia 475-D
Ted White and his Collegians – Where Do You Work-a John? (1926) – Oriole 801(a)
Max Fisher and his California Orch. – Lullaby (1927) – Columbia 1226-D
King Oliver and his Dixie Syncopators – Sugar Foot Stomp (1926) – Frog DGF34 (CD)
Duke Ellington and his Orch. – East St Louis Toodle-o (1928) – RCA 63459-2 (CD)

1 comment:

Nick said...

Andy......

Thanks for the sprinkles of King Oliver & His Dixie Syncopators throughout the program...and where in the world did you come up with "Williamson’s Beale Street Frolic Orchestra"???? "Memphis Scronch" is very interesting!

Thanks again for yet another fascinating look at music commercial radio refuses to acknowledge.