Monday, December 29, 2014

"New Year's Dance Party 2015" December 31, 2014

(Week 411)

This RADIOLA! rings in the New Year after wringing out the old.

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The Singing Sophomores - Clap Yo' Hands (from Oh Kay!) (1926) - Columbia 4619 (UK)
Edgar Hayes and his Orch - In the Mood (1938) - Decca 1882 B
Willard Robison w/Ipana Troubadours - Wake Up! Chill'un, Wake Up! (1929) - from Columbia 1779 D
Frank Farrell and his Orch - Magnolia (1927) - Lincoln 2640
Frank Teschmacher's Chicagoans - Jazz Me Blues (1928) - UHCA 61
Fats Waller and his Buddies - Won't You Get Off It, Please (1929) - HMV EA3717
Allen Kearns and Peggy Beatty (Jack Clarke and George Myddleton p) - When Do We Dance? (1926) - Columbia 4078 (UK)
Frank Crumit - S'Wonderful (1927) - Victor 21029 B
Johnny Johnson and his Orch (Harry McDaniel v) - I'd Like to Find the Guy Who Wrote the Stein Song (1930) - Victor 22493 A
Joseph C. Smith's Orch - Happy (1919) - Victor 18715B
Ray Miller and his Orch - Somebody Loves Me (1924) - Brunswick 2669 A
Johnny Bayersdorffer and his Orch - The Waffle Man's Call (1924) - HJCA HC69 (orig Okeh 40133)
The Duncan Sisters - The Argentines, the Portugese and the Greeks (1923) - Victor 19113 A
Harry Fay - Show Me the Way to Go Home (1925) - Parlophone E5361 (UK)
Ella Shields - If You Knew Susie Like I Know Susie (1925) - Columbia 3734 (UK)
Victor Light Opera Co - Gems from Robin Hood Pt 1 (Smith-De Koven) (1926) - Victor 35784 A
Victor Light Opera Co - Gems from Robin Hood Pt 2 (Smith-De Koven) (1926) - Victor 35784 B
The Singing Sophomores - Then I'll Be Happy (1925) - Columbia 3965 (UK)
Johnny Marvin - Sweethearts on Parade (1928) - Victor21820 B
Jack Payne and the BBC Dance Orch - What Is This Thing Called Love? (1929) - Columbia 5332 (UK)
Leo Reisman and his Orch (Frank Luther v) - Sing Something Simple (1930) - Victor 22538 A
Hollywood Dance Orch (Irving Mills) (Sid Garry v) - This is Heaven (1929) - Imperial 2130
All Star Orch (Melody Three v) - Waiting at the End of the Road (1929) - Victor 22073 A
Gene Austin and his Orch - What Is It? (1931) - Oriole 2333 B
Ambrose and his Orch (Sam Browne v) - Lullaby of the Leaves (1932) - HMV B 6191
Ed Loyd and his Orch (Dick Robertson v) - Look What I've Got (1933) - Perfect 15761 B
Emil Coleman and his Orch (Scrappy Lambert v) - I Love Love (1930) - Brunswick 4977
Buddy Lane and his Orch (v) - Too Late (1931) - Crown 3231 B
Bob Causer and his Cornelians (Freddy Martin) (Elmer Feldkamp v) - Give Me Liberty or Give Me Love (1933) - Melotone 12791
Glen Gray and the Casa Loma Orch (Kenneth Sargent v) - A New Moon Is Over My Shoulder (1934) - Decca 192 A
William Farmer and his Simplon Club Orch (Pete Cantor v) - Let's Fall in Love (1933) - Melotone 12881
Noel Coward - Cavalcade Vocal Medley Pt 1 (1931) - HMV C 2431
Noel Coward - Cavalcade Vocal Medley Pt 2 (1932) - HMV C 2431
Ted Fio Rito and his Orch (Billy White v) - Tomorrow is Another Day (1930) - Victor 22501 A
Johnny Johnson and his Orch (Bob Treaster v) - What's the Use? (1930) - Victor 22493 B
Leo Reisman and his Orch (Frank Luther v) - Lucky Seven (1930) - Victor 22538 B
Dick Robertson and his Orch - Ho Hum! (1931) - Melotone M 12162
Hal Kemp and his Orch (Skinny Ennis v) - Ain't-Cha' Glad (1933) - Brunswick 6656
Dorsey Brothers Orch - Annie's Cousin Fanny (1934) - Decca 117 A
Joe Venuti's Blue Four - Apple Blossoms (1929) - Odeon A286015 B
Luis Russell and his Orch - Freakish Blues (1931) - HMV B4897
Art Tatum - I Would Do Anything For You (1934) - Decca 1373 A
Glen Gray and the Casa Loma Orch (Pee Wee Hunt v) - You're a Builder Upper (1934) - Decca 193 A
Claude Hopkins and his Orch - Zozoi (1934) - Decca 674 A
Clyde McCoy and his Orch - Japanese Sandman (1935) - Decca 382 A
Ray McKinley's Jazz Band - New Orleans Parade (1936) - Decca 1019 B
Red McKenzie and his Orch - The Trouble With Me is You (1937) - Variety VA 589
Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians - St. Louis Blues (1930) - Columbia 50256 D
Clyde McCoy and his Orch - Mood Indigo (1931) - Columbia 2531 D
Allen Burns and his Orch (Freddy Martin) (Elmer Feldkamp v) - Why Can't This Night Go On Forever (1933) - Melotone M 12611
Henry King and his Hotel Pierre Orch (Joseph Sudy v) - April in Paris (1933) - Victor 24478 A
Glen Gray and the Casa Loma Orch (Kenneth Sargent v) - Moonglow (1934) - Brunswick 6937
Richard Tauber - I Kiss Your Hand, Madame (1928) - Parlophone AR 1017 (Australia)
Jack Payne and his Band (Jack Gordon v) - Paradise (1932) - Imperial 2721
Gene Austin and his Orch (Lou Gold dir) - If I Didn't Have You (1931) - Oriole 2345 B
Joe Morrison and the Four Esquires (w Harry Jackson's Orch) - Lazy Bones Got a Job Now (1935) - Brunswick 7574
Artie Shaw and his Orch (Peg LaCentra v) - South Sea Island Magic (1936) - Brunswick 7721
Patricia Norman (w Music by Meakin) - The Debutante's Lament (1939) - Vocalion 4763
Chick Bullock - Let's Face the Music and Dance (1936) - Melotone 6-04-01
Jan Garber and his Orch (Lee Bennett v) - Accent on Youth (1935) - Victor 25110 B
Art Tatum and his Swingsters - Body and Soul (1937) - Decca 1197 B
Edgar Hayes and his Orch - Stardust (1938) - Decca 1882 A
Red McKenzie and his Orch - Farewell My Love (1937) - Vocalion 3875
Leo Reisman and his Orch (Frank Luther v) - Something to Remember You By (1930) - Victor 22537 B

6 comments:

upkerry14 said...

Happy New Year Andy! Thank you for making my week a little happier *every* week! All the best to you and yours, bill

drizzz said...

Ditto from Drizzz!

Anonymous said...

Andy
Thanks for a lot of nice & good music this year.
Hope to be with you in the new year also.
Happy New Year to you.
Ron

Andy said...

Thanks! Happy New Year to all and I hope you enjoy the show!

Coon Piggy said...

I really enjoyed the Joe Morrison recording. Thank you for sharing it. Do you by chance have access to the other side of that record? I would love to hear more if he is featured on the other side. Thanks again.

Andy said...

Thank you!

The other side of Brunswick 7574 is a solo vocal by Joe Morrison, "I Lost My Heart," also featured in the 1935 film It's a Great Life.

I have a restored transfer of the record all ready to go in to an upcoming program.