Friday, October 31, 2008

"(Fed) Up With People" October 31, 2008

(Week 144)

"DJ Hannibal" fills in this week with a humanitarian theme.

Tune in tonight to WHCL at 8 PM Eastern (with streaming HERE). The show should be available this weekend on my Live365 station.

Ray Noble and his Orch (Al Bowlly) – Dinner at Eight (1933) – The One and Only Al Bowlly
Red Nichols and his Five Pennies – Get Cannibal (1931) – Brunswick 6219 (ToNY)
Whispering Jack Smith – Miss Annabelle Lee (1928) – ASV Living Era CD AJA 5342
Smith Ballew and his Orch – You’re Simply Delish (1930) – Venuti & Lang Mosaic Box Set
Arthur Roseberry Kit Kat Band (Len Lees, v) – Nobody’s Fault But Your Own (1929) – UK 78 (ToNY)
Arden-Ohman Orch (Frank Luther, v) – Out of Breath (1930) – Victor 22481
Helen Clark and Franklyn Baur – A Cup of Coffee, A Sandwich, and You (1925) – Victor 19903
Art Gillham – I Crave You (1927) – Columbia 1007-D
Bessie Smith – You’ve Got To Give Me Some (1929) – Venuti & Lang Mosaic Box Set
Whoopee Makers – Hungry For Love (1928) – Jazz Oracle BDW 8042
Clevelanders (F. Luther, v) – I’m Thirsty For Kisses, Hungry For Love (1929) – Brunswick 4252
Jelly Roll Morton and his Red Hot Peppers – Low Gravy (1930) – Victor 23334
Jim Jackson – I Heard the Voice of a Porkchop Say (1928) – Good For What Ails You
Clifford Bros – Sal’s Got a Meatskin (1933) – Vocalion 2740 (ToNY)
Blind Boy Fuller – If You See My Pigmeat (1937) – Decca 7330
Broadway Cast of “Threepenny Opera” – Army Song (1954) – MGM LP
Catherine Russell – Kitchen Man (2008) – Sentimental Streak
Eddie Cantor – I’m Hungry For the Beautiful Girls (1922) – Columbia A-3682
Collins and Harlan – The Cannibal King (1917) – A-2441
Frank Crumit (w/Paul Biese Trio) – Chili Bean (1920) – Columbia A-2952
William F. Wirges and his Orch – Afraid of You (1928) – Brunswick 3910
Ray Noble and his Orch (Al Bowlly, v) – Snowball (1933) – HMV Sessions, Vol. 6
Nick Lucas and his Crooning Troubadors – Lady Play Your Mandolin (1930) – Brunswick 6013
Mills Brothers – The Love Bug Will Bite You (1937) – Decca 1227
Putney Dandridge and his Orch – Dinner For One Please, James (1936) – Vocalion 3189
Lavaida Carter – Jo-Jo The Cannibal Kid (1936) – Harlem Comes to London
Rudy Vallee – Sing For Your Supper (1938) – Decca 2246 B
Fats Waller and his Rhythm – All That Meat and No Potatoes (1941) – Bluebird 11102
Louis Jordan and his Tympany Five – You’re My Meat (1939) – 7719
Jelly Roll Morton – The Crave (1939) – Commodore 589
Raymond Scott and his New Music – Dinner Music For a Pack of Hungry Cannibals (1937) – Brunswick 8000
Billy Cotton and his Band – For All We Know (1934) – UK 78 (ToNY)

2 comments:

Nick said...

Any program featuring Ray Scott's "Dinner Music For a Pack of Hungry Cannibals" is an automatic winner!

Andy said...

As Hannibal says, "It's music in good taste for people who taste good."