Friday, August 01, 2008

"It's Bad For Me" August 1, 2008

(Week 133)

Alexander Woollcott (whose ashes are buried a very short distance from WHCL on the Hamilton College campus) famously said, "All the things I really like to do are either illegal, immoral, or fattening." This RADIOLA! celebrates all that which does us absolutely no good--with a nod to Louis Armstrong along the way.

Tune in tonight to WHCL-FM (with streaming HERE)--and if you listen closely, you may actually hear Woollcott turning in his grave. Live365 gets the show soon thereafter.

Ray Noble and his Orch (Al Bowlly, v) – It’s Bad For Me (1933) – Vocalion CDEA 6043
Johnny Dodds’ Black Bottom Stompers – Weary Blues (1927) – Frog DGF39
Ipana Troubadors – Wake Up, Chill’un, Wake Up (1929) – Columbia 1779-D
Fred Elizalde and his Anglo-American Band – Sugar (1928) – Retrieval RTR 79011
California Ramblers – Changes (1927) – Timeless CBC 1-053
Luis Russell and his Orch – Doctor Blues (1929) – Living Era CD AJA 5658
Marion Harris – Tea For Two (1924) – PAST CD 7075
Nick Lucas – A Cup of Coffee, a Sandwich, and You (1926) – ASV Living Era CD AJA 5329
Fowler’s Favorites – Percolatin’ Blues (1927) – Yazoo 2024
Russ Papalia and his Orch – Crossword Mama, You’re Puzzling Me (1925) – Acrobat ACRCD135
New Orleans Wanderers – Too Tight (1926) – Giants of Jazz CD 53077
New Orleans Owls – Blowin’ Off Steam (1926) – Frog DGF2
Art Tatum – Cocktails For Two (1934) – Decca GRD-607
Guy Lombardo and his RC’ns (Bing Crosby) – You’re Getting to Be a Habit With Me (1933) – Col CK44407
West End Jazz Band – I’ve Made a Habit of You (2004) – “Movie Palace Style” Legacy 2K 105
Byron Walls – Louis (2002) – “Calm, Cool, and Collected”
Louis Armstrong and his Orch – Dallas Blues (1929) – Columbia CK 46996
Marie Lloyd – A Little of What You Fancy Does You Good (1915) – ASV Living Era CD AJA 5363
Billy Murray and Walter Scanlon – My Wife is On a Diet (1929) – Take Two TT503CD/2(20)
Fred Hall and his Sugar Babies – Plenty of Sunshine (1927) – ABC 838 215-2
Jabbo Smith and his Rhythm Aces – Got Butter on It (1929) – Retrieval RTR 79013
Joe Robichaux and his NO Rhythm Boys – Saturday Night Fish Fry (1933) – Jazz Oracle BDW 8057
Eddie Condon and his Orch – Home Cooking (1933) – Timeless CBC 1-050
Cliff Edwards – Night Owl (1933) – Columbia CK 52942
Sam Browne (w/Ambrose Orch) – Stay as Sweet as You Are (1934) – ASV Living Era CD AJA 5184
Vince Giordano – Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea (2005) – “Cotton Club Revisted”
Jimmie Grier and his Orch – Bend Down Sister (1932) – Take Two TT421CD
Annette Hanshaw – Would You Like to Take a Walk? (1931) – ASV Living Era CD AJA 5220
Gracie Fields – Look to the Left and Look to the Right (1935) – Naxos 8.120503
King Oliver and his Orch – St. James Infirmary (1930) – JSPCD3404
King Oliver and his Dixie Syncopators – Doctor Jazz (1927) – Frog DGF34
Harold Arlen – As Long As I Live (1934) – Living Era CD AJA 5603

2 comments:

Nick said...

Outstanding assortment of vintage sounds, Andy!

From the highly entertaining combo of Ray Noble & Al Bowlly to Johnny Dodds to Marion Harris & Annette Hanshaw {two of the all-time greats!}, then mix in the infamous New Orleans Wanderers & N.O. Owls....and throw in some classic Art Tatum and later King Oliver!

Genius......

Andy said...

Nick,

Thanks again! This show was fun. And I'm glad this theme could include some real New Orleans jazz.

Andy