Friday, April 04, 2008

"Broadway Rhythm" April 4, 2008

(Week 117)

Tonight's RADIOLA! is all about Broadway--and not just the thoroughfare, but the much-loved dime-store label as well. (Thanks to Leah Bezin of the West End Jazz Band) for the suggestion. Tune in at 8 PM Eastern to WHCL-88.7 FM (with streaming here). A special presentation of "Hammond Bacon" featuring Den Otis (sp?) will follow RADIOLA! at 10. "Broadway Rhythm" will be uploaded to my Live 365 station this weekend.

Carroll Gibbons and his Savoy Orpheans – Broadway Rhythm (1935) – Music & Memories MMD 1007
Wisconsin Roof Orch. – Who’s That Knocking at My Door (1927) – Jazz Oracle BDW 8014
Ipana Troubadors – Wake Up! Chill’un, Wake Up! (1929) – Columbia 1779-D
Billy Stennett and his Carolina Stompers – Buffalo Rhythm (1928) – Jazz Oracle BDW 8049
Broadway Broadcasters – Maybe It’s Love (1928) – Brunswick 4124
Ben Pollack and his Orch. – She’s One Sweet Show Girl (1928) – Jazz Oracle BDW 8015
Billy Murray – I’d Rather Be a Lamp-Post on Old Broadway (1916) – UCSB Cylinder Collection
Arthur Fields – Goodbye Broadway, Hello France (1917) – UCSB Cylinder Collection
The Dixie Stars – New York Ain’t New York Anymore (1925) – Columbia 389-D
Castle Farms Serenaders (Bill Haid’s Cubs) – Chili Blues (1928) – Jazz Oracle BDW 8039
Broadway Broadcasters (S. Lanin) – St. Louis Blues (1927) – Rivermont BSW-1143
Fred Rich and his Hotel Astor Orch. – Clap Yo’ Hands (1926) – Columbia 802-D
Broadway Music Masters – Momma Goes Where Papa Goes (1923) – Rivermont BSW-1144
Whispering Jack Smith – Crazy Rhythm (1928) – ASV Living Era CD AJA 5342
Charles King – Broadway Melody (1929) – Pavilion PAST CD 7845
West End Jazz Band – Gold Diggers of Broadway Overture (2005) – Legacy 2K 106
Vince Giordano’s Nighthawks – Southbound (1993) – Stomp Off CD 1260
Bill Carlsen and his Orch. – Baby Won’t You Please Come Home (1930) – Jazz Oracle BDW 8014
Bill Haid’s Cubs – Shake it Down (1928) – Jazz Oracle BDW 8039
The Broadway Nitelites (VDL, v.) – I Wanna Be Loved By You (1928) – Living Era CD AJA 5468
Helen Morgan – Can’t Help Lovin’ Dat Man (1932) – Columbia/Legacy CK 57711
Boswell Sisters – Forty-Second Street (1933) – Collectables COL-CD-6462
Alice Faye – Let’s Go Slumming on Park Avenue (1937) – Columbia/Legacy CK 57711
Broadway Broadcasters – Pompanola (1928) – Brunswick 4124
Art Krueger and his Columbians – Keeping Out of Mischief Now (1932) – Jazz Oracle BDW 8049
Frank Trumbauer and his Orch. – Manhattan Rag (1929) – Sunbeam BXCD 13
Earl Randolph’s Orch. (S. Lanin) – My Ohio Home (1927) – Rivermont BSW-1143
The Manhattan Entertainers (Haid) – You Took Advantage of Me (1928) – Jazz Oracle BDW 8039
Smyth-West Orch. – You’ve Got Me In The Palm of Your Hand (1932) – Jazz Oracle BDW 8049
Boswell Sisters – Lullaby of Broadway (1935) – Retrieval RTR 79009
Hod Williams and his Orch. – The Big Apple (1937) – IAJRC CD 1002
Wisconsin Roof Orch. – Farewell Blues (1927) – Jazz Oracle BDW 8014

6 comments:

Nick said...

Andy.....

Once again, Sir...a GREAT show! I adore The Savoy Orpheans, and you cannot go wrong with multiple doses of The Boswell Sisters {God, they were HOT!}.

Thank God for labels like Jazz Oracle & The late, lamented ASV/Living Era...

I see you've dug into the Santa Barbara cylinder Collection...when I found it, I discovered tons of fun stuff.

Thanks again for bringing back parts of a sadly neglected past!

Andy said...

Thanks! It felt like a good show. I just uploaded it to Live365.

Scott said...

'Hammond Bacon' frightens me. ;-)

Andy said...

It unsettles me a bit, too.

You want to stay out of putter range with Des.

Anonymous said...

We need more Hammond Bacon!

obsoleta said...

Yes, I second that, we need more Hammond Bacon!