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Monday 01st of September 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Buck Clayton's Big Four Basie's Morning Bluesicale.'  (1946)
Buck Clayton (tp) Scoville Brown (cl) Tiny Grimes (g) Sid Weiss (b)
June 26, 1946
1046-2 Hrs, 1025 MP3
Dave Brubeck And Jimmy Rushing All By Myself  (1960)
Paul Desmond (as) Dave Brubeck (p) Eugene Wright (b) Joe Morello (d) Jimmy Rushing (vcl)
August 4, 1960
CO65125 Columbia, CL1553 MP3
FLAC
The King Cole Trio Return Trip  (1947)
Nat King Cole-p-v, Irving Ashby-g, Johnny Miller-b
New York, November 7
1971-1 Capitol, F15843 MP3
The King Cole Trio Come To Baby, Do  (1945)
Nat King Cole-p-v, Oscar Moore-g, Johnny Miller-b
New York, October 11, 1945
766-7 Capitol , 224 MP3
The King Cole Trio Laguna Mood  (1947)
Nat King Cole-p-v, Oscar Moore-g, Johnny Miller-b, Pinto Colvig-sound effects
Los Angeles, August 27, 1947
2213-2 Capitol , 15201 MP3
Woody Herman And The King Cole Trio My Baby Just Cares For Me  (1949)
Woody Herman-vocal acc. by Nat King Cole-p-v, Irving Ashby-g, Joe Comfort-b, Jack Costanzo-bgo-cga
Los Angeles, November 7
4315-4 Capitol, 57-787 MP3
Buck Clayton Sextet Blues In First  (1949)
Buck Clayton, Merrill Stepter (tp) Don Byas (ts) Charlie Lewis (p) Georges Hadjo (b) Wallace Bishop (d)
October 10, 1949
RJS904-1 Royal Jazz, 721 MP3
Jackie Gleason Orchestra Moonglow  (1961)
Jackie Gleason (cond)
Romantic Moods Compilation from Columbia Records
Capitol, 52541 MP3

Sunday 31st of August 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Bernie Leighton And His Swing Seven The Syncopated Clock (sith Minute Man).'  (1951)
Buck Clayton (tp) Kai Winding (tb) Peanuts Hucko (cl) Bernie Leighton (p) Barry Galbraith (g-1,el-g-1) Sid Weiss (b) Morey Feld (d) Johnny "Scat" Davis (vcl)
September 1951
H-57 M-r, 5005 MP3
Jack Fina Trio After Hours  (1959)
Jack Fina (p) Herb Lessner (b) Tiny Magardo (d)
Copied from a vinyl pressing of the album ''Jack Fina Plays Boogie-Woogie''.
Dot, DLP-25243 MP3
Nat And Maria Cole, Nat King Cole It's A Man Everytime  (1950)
vocal acc. by unknown band conducted by Pete Rugolo incl. Alyce King Vokettes-v
Los Angeles, May 12
5754-2 Capitol, MP3
Pete Johnson's Housewarmin' Page Mr. Trumpet  (1946)
Oran Hot Lips Page-t-1 , I. C. Higginbotham-tb-2, Albert Nicholas-cl, Ben Webster-ts-3, Pete Johnson-p, Jimmy Shirley-g, Al Hall-b, J.C. Heard-d
January 31., 1946
NSC-111 National, 4007 MP3
Randy Weston Zulu  (1955)
Randy Weston (p), Sam Gill (sb), Art Blakey (dm),
Riverside, RLP12-227 MP3
Teddy Charles I Can't Get Started  (1955)
J.R. Monterose (ts), Teddy Charles (vib, p), Charles Mingus (sb), Jerry Segal (dm)
685 New Jazz, NJLP1106 MP3
The King Cole Trio Bang Bang Boogie  (1949)
Nat King Cole-p-v, lrving Ashby-g, Joe Comfort-b, Jack Costanzo-bgo-cga with The Starlighters (Pauline Byrnes, Jerry Duane, Vince Degan, Howard Hudson and Tony Paris)-v
New York, August 2
4756-1 Capitol, 818 MP3
The King Cole Trio I've Got A Way With Women  (1947)
Nat King Cole-p-v, Irving Ashby-g, Johnny Miller-b
New York, November 24
2531-4 Capitol, 15110 MP3

Saturday 30th of August 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Dave Brubeck And Jimmy Rushing You Can Depend On Me.'  (1960)
Paul Desmond (as) Dave Brubeck (p) Eugene Wright (b) Joe Morello (d) Jimmy Rushing (vcl)
February 16, 1960
CO63077 Columbia, CL1553 MP3
FLAC
Nat King Cole Time Out For Tears  (1950)
vocal acc. by Pete Rugolo-dir., Sid Cooper-c1-fl, A1 Richman-frh, Zelly Smirnoff-Lou Stone-George Zorning-Stan Karpenia-Frank York-George Koch-vn, Dick Freitag-Rudy Sims-vla, Pete Makas-Ray Sabinsky-cI, Irving Ashby-g, Joe Comfort-b, Mel Zelnick-d, Alyce King Vokettes-v
Los Angeles, May 19
5755-5 Capitol, 1270 MP3
Pete Johnson Kaycee Feeling  (1944)
February 17, 1944
N-1692 Brunswick, 58041 MP3
Pete Johnson Buss Robinson Blues  (1939)
April 16, 1939
R-128 Solo Art, 12006 MP3
Pete Johnson And His Boogie Woogie Boys Cafe Society Rag  (1939)
Hot Lips Page-t, Henry Buster Smith-as, Pete Johnson-p, Lawrence Lucie-g, Abe Bolar-sb, Eddie Dougherty-d, Joe Turner-v, or piano trio with Albert Ammons and Meade Lux Lewis
June 30, 1939
25026-1 Vocalion, 5186 MP3
Pete Johnson's All Stars Man Wanted  (1946)
Oran Hot Lips Page-t, Clyde Bernhardt-tb, Don Stovall-as, Albert Budd Johnson-ts, Pete Johnson-p, Jimmy Shirley-g, Abe Bolar-b, Jack Parker-d, Etta Jones-v
January 2., 1946
NSC-98 Savoy, 14018 MP3
Pete Johnson's Housewarmin' Mr. Drums Meets Mr. Piano  (1946)
Albert Nicholas-cl-1, Pete Johnson-p, Jimmy Shirley-g-2, Al Hall-b-2, J.C. Heard-d-3
January 26., 1946
NSC-107 National, 4006 MP3
The King Cole Trio If I Had You  (1947)
Nat King Cole-p-v, Irving Ashby-g, Johnny Miller-b
New York, November 6
1966-1 Capitol, F813 MP3

Friday 29th of August 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Nat And Maria Cole, Nat King Cole Get Out And Get Under The Moon.'  (1950)
vocal acc. by unknown band conducted by Pete Rugolo incl. Alyce King Vokettes-v
Los Angeles, May 12
5750-6 Capitol, 1176 MP3
The King Cole Trio I Get Sentimental Over Nothing  (1949)
Nat King CoIe-p-v, Irving Ashby-g, Joe Comfort-b, Jack Costanzo-bgo-cga with orchestra arr.-cond. by Pete Rugolo, Alyce King's Vokettes-v, Maria Cole's voice in recitation at double speed
New York, May 20
3790-5 Capitol, 57-705 MP3
Duke Ellington & Charles Mingus & Max Roach Very Special  (1962)
Duke Ellington (p) Charles Mingus (sb) Max Roach (dm)
Tk 1 Blue Note, BST85129 MP3
Freddie Green And His Kansas City Seven Sugar Hips  (1945)
Buck Clayton (tp) Trummy Young (tb,vcl) Ike Quebec (ts) Kenny Kersey (p) Lord Byron (g) [pseudonym for Mike Bryan (g) ] Slam Stewart (b) James Crawford (d)
May 7, 1945
DU4909 Duke, 113 MP3
George Wallington Bumpkins  (1954)
Dave Burns (tp), Jimmy Cleveland (tb), Frank Foster (ts), Danny Bank (bar), George Wallington (p), Oscar Pettiford (sb), Kenny Clarke (dm), Quincy Jones (arr)
BN577-0 Blue Note, BLP5045 MP3
Pete Johnson And His Boogie Woogie Boys Baby, Look At You  (1939)
Hot Lips Page-t, Henry Buster Smith-as, Pete Johnson-p, Lawrence Lucie-g, Abe Bolar-sb, Eddie Dougherty-d, Joe Turner-v, or piano trio with Albert Ammons and Meade Lux Lewis
June 30, 1939
25024-1 Vocalion, 4997 MP3
Pete Johnson's All Stars I May Be Wonderful (but I Think You're Wrong)  (1946)
Oran Hot Lips Page-t, Clyde Bernhardt-tb, Don Stovall-as, Albert Budd Johnson-ts, Pete Johnson-p, Jimmy Shirley-g, Abe Bolar-b, Jack Parker-d, Etta Jones-v
January 2., 1946
NSC-97 National, 4001 MP3
The King Cole Trio Lillette  (1947)
Nat King Cole-p-v, Irving Ashby-g, Johnny Miller-b, strings arr. by Carlyle Hall
New York, December 20
2929-5 Capitol, 15224 MP3

Thursday 28th of August 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Buck Clayton's Big Four Well-a-poppin'.'  (1946)
Buck Clayton (tp) Scoville Brown (cl) Tiny Grimes (g) Sid Weiss (b)
June 26, 1946
1043-3 Hrs, 1025 MP3
George Russell Big Band Manhattan (jon Hendricks = Vocal)  (1958)
Art Farmer, Doc Severinsen, Ernie Royal (tp), Bob Brookmeyer, Frank Rehak, Tom Mitchell (tb), Hal McKusick (as), John Coltrane (ts), Sol Schlinger (bar), Bill Evans (p), Barry Galbraith (g), Milt Hinton (sb), Charlie Persip (dm), Jon Hendricks (narrator), George Russell (arr, dir)
105626 Mca, MCA2-4017 MP3
Lester Young Almost Like Being In Love (#1)  (1956)
Lester Young (ts), Bill Potts (p), Norman Williams (sb), Jim Lucht (dm)
Private recording. “Olivia Davis’s Patio Lounge”
Ojc, CD881-2 MP3
Pete Johnson Pete's Blues N° 2  (1939)
April 16, 1939
R-131 Solo Art, 12010 MP3
Randy Van Horne's Swing Choir In The Good Old Summertime  (1957)
with Dennis Farnon's Orchestra Pete Jolly (accordion if any) Geoffrey Clarkson (piano if any)
Copied from an original 1957 vinyl pressing of the album '' Swingin' Singin' ''.
Rca Victor, LPM-1321 MP3
Slim Gaillard African Jive  (1941)
Tommy Fulford (p) Slim Gaillard (g,vcl) Slam Stewart (b) Chico Hamilton (d)
July 24, 1941
H-368-1 , MP3
The King Cole Trio Bop-kick  (1949)
Nat King Cole-p-v, Irving Ashby-g, Joe Comfort-b, Jack Costanzo-bgo-cga
New York, March 22
3742-2 Capitol, 57-641 MP3
The King Cole Trio It Is Better To Be By Yourself  (1945)
Nat King Cole-p-v, Oscar Moore-g, Johnny Miller-b
New York, October 11, 1945
765-9 Capitol , 239 MP3

Wednesday 27th of August 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Bernie Leighton And His Swing Seven The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise.'  (1951)
Buck Clayton (tp) Kai Winding (tb) Peanuts Hucko (cl) Bernie Leighton (p) Barry Galbraith (g-1,el-g-1) Sid Weiss (b) Morey Feld (d) Johnny "Scat" Davis (vcl)
September 1951
H-55 M-r, 5005 MP3
Buck Clayton Quintet B.c. Blues  (1945)
Buck Clayton (tp) Flip Phillips (ts) Teddy Wilson (p) Slam Stewart (b) Danny Alvin (d)
June 7, 1945
MR108 Melrose, 1202 MP3
Buck Clayton Sextet Swingin' At Sundown  (1949)
Buck Clayton, Merrill Stepter (tp) Don Byas (ts) Charlie Lewis (p) Georges Hadjo (b) Wallace Bishop (d)
October 10, 1949
RJS901-1 Vogue, V5063 MP3
Buck Clayton With Marlowe Morris Trio Blue Moon  (1953)
Buck Clayton (tp) Marlowe Morris (org) Jerome Darr (g) Les Erskine (d)
February 18, 1953
CO49003-2 Okeh, 6968 MP3
Jackie Gleason Orchestra Days Of Wine And Roses  (1963)
Jackie Gleason (cond)
Romantic Moods Compilation from Columbia Records
Capitol, 52541 MP3
Nat King Cole Ooh, Kickeroonie  (1947)
Nat King Cole-p-v, Oscar Moore-g, Johnny Miller-b
Los Angeles. August 8.1947
2143-5 Capitol , MP3
Teddy Charles Etudiez Le Cahier  (1953)
Teddy Charles (Vibes & P), Shorty Rogers (T), Curtis Counce (B), Shelly Manne (D)
518 Ojc, CD122-2 MP3
The King Cole Trio I Wish I Had The Blues Again  (1947)
Nat King Cole-p-v, Irving Ashby-g, Johnny Miller-b
New York, November 29
2544-3 Capitol, MP3

Tuesday 26th of August 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Dave Brubeck And Jimmy Rushing Shine On Harvest Moon.'  (1960)
Paul Desmond (as) Dave Brubeck (p) Eugene Wright (b) Joe Morello (d) Jimmy Rushing (vcl)
January 29, 1960
CO64696 Columbia, CK65727 MP3
FLAC
Dexter Gordon Three O'clock In The Morning  (1962)
Dexter Gordon (Ts), Sonny Clark (P), Butch Warren (B), BIlly Higgins (D)
Tk 3 Blue Note, BLP4112 MP3
Nat King Cole Mona Lisa  (1950)
vocal-p acc. by unknown band conducted by Les Baxter
Los Angeles, March 11
5664-2 Capitol, 1010 MP3
Pete Johnson And His Boogie Woogie Boys Lovin' Mama Blues  (1939)
Hot Lips Page-t, Henry Buster Smith-as, Pete Johnson-p, Lawrence Lucie-g, Abe Bolar-sb, Eddie Dougherty-d, Joe Turner-v, or piano trio with Albert Ammons and Meade Lux Lewis
June 30, 1939
25025-1 Vocalion, 5186 MP3
Pete Johnson's All Stars Backroom Boogie  (1946)
Oran Hot Lips Page-t, Clyde Bernhardt-tb, Don Stovall-as, Albert Budd Johnson-ts, Pete Johnson-p, Jimmy Shirley-g, Abe Bolar-b, Jack Parker-d, Etta Jones-v
January 2., 1946
NSC-102 National, 4003 MP3
Pete Johnson's Housewarmin' J.c. From K.c.  (1946)
Oran Hot Lips Page-t-1 , I. C. Higginbotham-tb-2, Albert Nicholas-cl, Ben Webster-ts-3, Pete Johnson-p, Jimmy Shirley-g, Al Hall-b, J.C. Heard-d
January 31., 1946
NSC-112 National, 4006 MP3
Randy Weston Loose Wig  (1956)
Randy Weston (p), Ahmed Abdul-Malik (sb), Willis Jones (dm)
Dawn, DLP1116 MP3
Slim Gaillard And His Orchestra Drei Six Cents  (1945)
Dodo Marmarosa (p) Slim Gaillard (g,novachord-1,vcl) Bam Brown (b,vcl) Zutty Singleton (d)
December 15
Unknown, MP3
The King Cole Trio Who's Telling You Lies  (1947)
Nat King Cole-p-v, Irving Ashby-g, Johnny Miller-b
New York, November 3
1954-2 Capitol, MP3

Monday 25th of August 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Bernie Leighton And His Swing Seven Smooth Sailing.'  (1951)
Buck Clayton (tp) Kai Winding (tb) Peanuts Hucko (cl) Bernie Leighton (p) Barry Galbraith (g-1,el-g-1) Sid Weiss (b) Morey Feld (d) Johnny "Scat" Davis (vcl)
September 1951
H-58 M-r, 5004 MP3
Buck Clayton's Big Eight Saratoga Special  (1946)
Buck Clayton (tp) Dicky Wells, Trummy Young (tb) George Johnson (as) Billy Taylor (p,celeste-1) Brick Fleagle (g) Al McKibbon (b) Jimmy Crawford (d)
July 24, 1946
1047-6 Hrs, 1027 MP3
Buck Clayton's Big Eight My Good Man Sam  (1946)
Buck Clayton (tp) Dicky Wells, Trummy Young (tb) George Johnson (as) Billy Taylor (p,celeste-1) Brick Fleagle (g) Al McKibbon (b) Jimmy Crawford (d)
July 24, 1946
1050-2 Hrs, 1028 MP3
The King Cole Trio Monday Again  (1947)
Nat King Cole-p-v, Irving Ashby-g, Johnny Miller-b, strings arr. by Carlyle Hall
New York, December 20
2930-2 Capitol, MP3
The King Cole Trio How Lonely Can You Get  (1949)
Nat King Cole-p-y, Irving Ashby-g, Joe Comfort-b with strings arr. by Carlyle Hall
New York, January 14
3384-2 Capitol, MP3
The King Cole Trio It's The Sentimental Thing To Do  (1947)
Nat King Cole-p-v, Irving Ashby-g, Johnny Miller-b
New York, November 5
1960-3 Capitol, 15080 MP3
The King Cole Trio Honeysuckle Rose  (1947)
Nat King Cole-p-v, Oscar Moore-g, lohnny Miller-b
Los Angeles, July 2, 1947
2085-5 Capitol , 10102 MP3
The Sauter-finegan Orchestra Azure-té (paris Blues)  (1952)
(New York, 5/12/52). Copied from vinyl reissue AGL1-3882.
E2VW-6345 Rca Victor, 47-4866 MP3

Sunday 24th of August 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Albert Ammons & Pete Johnson Cuttin' The Boogie.'  (1941)
piano duets with Albert Ammons, acc by Jimmy Hoskins-d
May 7, 1941
063864-2 Victor, 27504 MP3
Buck Clayton And His Orchestra B.c. And B.c.  (1949)
Buck Clayton, Bill Coleman, Merrill Stepter (tp) Alix Combelle, Armand Conrad (ts) George Kennedy (as,bar) Andre Persiany (p) Georges Hadjo (b) Wallace Bishop (d)
November 28, 1949
RJS923-4 Royal Jazz, 738 MP3
Henry ''red'' Allen The River's Takin' Care Of Me  (1933)
Henry Red Allen (tp, vo), Dicky Wells (tb), Hilton Jefferson (as), Coleman Hawkins (ts), Horace Henderson (p), Bernard Addison (g), John Kirby (sb), Walter Johnson (dm)
13616-1 Perfect, 15808 MP3
Pete Johnson Blues Trio Kansas City Farewell  (1939)
Pete Johnson-p, Ulysses Livingston-g, Abe Bolar-sb, or p only
December 19, 1939
RS-660-8 Blue Note, 10 MP3
Teddy Charles The Night We Called It A Day  (1955)
J.R. Monterose (ts), Teddy Charles (vib, p), Charles Mingus (sb), Jerry Segal (dm)
684 New Jazz, NJLP1106 MP3
The King Cole Trio Blue And Sentimental  (1947)
Nat King Cole-p-v, Irving Ashby-g, Johnny Miller-b
New York, November 24
2530-2 Capitol, MP3
Willie Lewis And His Negro Band I Ain't Got Nobody  (1941)
Zürich, June 19, 1941
1894 Elite Special, 4071 MP3
Jackie Gleason Orchestra Misty  (1963)
Jackie Gleason (cond)
Romantic Moods Compilation from Columbia Records
Capitol, 52541 MP3

Saturday 23rd of August 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Buck Clayton And His Orchestra 'uncle' Buck.'  (1949)
Buck Clayton, Bill Coleman, Merrill Stepter (tp) Alix Combelle, Armand Conrad (ts) George Kennedy (as,bar) Andre Persiany (p) Georges Hadjo (b) Wallace Bishop (d)
November 28, 1949
RJS919-2 Royal Jazz, 734 MP3
Buck Clayton Sextet Sugar Blues  (1949)
Buck Clayton, Merrill Stepter (tp) Don Byas (ts) Charlie Lewis (p) Georges Hadjo (b) Wallace Bishop (d)
October 10, 1949
RJS903-2 Royal Jazz, 720 MP3
Duke Ellington Apes And Peacocks  (1959)
Clark Terry, Harold ''Shorty'' Baker (tp), Ray Nance (tp, vn), Quentin Jackson, Britt Woodman, John Sanders (tb), Jimmy Hamilton (cl, ts), Russell Procope (cl, as), Johnny Hodges (as), Paul Gonsalves (ts), Harry Carney (cl, bcl, bar), Duke Ellington (p), Jimmy Woode (sb), Jimmy Johnson (dm)
The Queen’s Suite
C063073 Ojc, CD446 MP3
Pete Johnson Dive Bomber  (1944)
February 17, 1944
N-1694 Bmnswick, 58041 MP3
Teddy Charles Decibels  (1953)
Teddy Charles (Vibes, xyl, mar, glockenspiel), Hal Overton (B), Ed Shaughnessy (D)
415 Ojc, CD1927-2 MP3
The Capitol International Jazzmen Stormy Weather  (1945)
Bill Coleman-t, Buster Bailey-cl, Benny Carter-as, Coleman Hawkins-ts, Nat King Cole-p, Oscar Moore-g, John Kirby-b, Max Roach-d, Kay Starr-v
Los Angeles, March 30, 1945
601-2 Capitol , 283 MP3
The King Cole Trio 'tis Autumn  (1949)
Nat King Cole-p-v, Irving Ashby-g, Joe Comfort-b, Jack Costanzo-bgo-cga. with orchestra arr.-cond. by Pete Rugolo (Sid Cooper-cl.fl, Al Richman-Frh, Zelly Smirnoff-Lou Stone-George Zoming-Frank York-Georges Loch-vlns, Dick Freitag-Rudy Sims-vlas, Pete Makas-Ray Sabinsky-clos, Mel Zelnick-d), Alyce King's Vokettes-v
New York, March 29
3753-2 Capitol, 57-642 MP3
The King Cole Trio It Only Happens Once  (1948)
Nat King Cole-p-y, Irving Ashby-g, Joe Comfort-b with strings, woodwinds and French homs probably arr. by Carlyle Hall
New York, December 21
3809-4 Capitol, MP3

Friday 22nd of August 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Duke Ellington Trio All Too Soon.'  (1953)
Duke Ellington (P), Wendell Marshall (B), Butch Ballard (D)
11441-3 Capitol, T477 MP3
Nelly Lutcher And Nat King Cole For You My Love  (1950)
vocal acc. by Ernie Royal-t, Charlie Barnet-ts, Nat King Cole-p-v, Irving Ashby-g, Joe Comfort-b, Earl Hyde-d
Los Angeles, January 5
5366-3 Capitol, 847 MP3
Pete Johnson's All Stars Atomic Boogie  (1946)
Oran Hot Lips Page-t, Clyde Bernhardt-tb, Don Stovall-as, Albert Budd Johnson-ts, Pete Johnson-p, Jimmy Shirley-g, Abe Bolar-b, Jack Parker-d, Etta Jones-v
January 2., 1946
NSC-101 National, 4003 MP3
Pete Johnson's Housewarmin' Pete's House Warming Blues  (1946)
Oran Hot Lips Page-t-1 , I. C. Higginbotham-tb-2, Albert Nicholas-cl, Ben Webster-ts-3, Pete Johnson-p, Jimmy Shirley-g, Al Hall-b, J.C. Heard-d
January 31., 1946
NSC-113 National, 4005 MP3
Pete Johnson's Housewarmin' Mutiny In The Doghouse  (1946)
Albert Nicholas-cl-1, Pete Johnson-p, Jimmy Shirley-g-2, Al Hall-b-2, J.C. Heard-d-3
January 26., 1946
NSC-108 National, 4007 MP3
Randy Weston This Can't Be Love  (1956)
Randy Weston (p), Ahmed Abdul-Malik aka Jonathan Timms (sb), Wilbert Hogan (dm)
Riverside, RLP12-214 MP3
Sarah Vaughan Acc By Joe Lippman Orchestra Bianca  (1949)
Sarah Vaughan (vcl) acc by Chris Griffin, Jimmy Maxwell, Melvin "Red" Solomon (tp) Buddy Morrow, John D'Agostino (tb) Bernie Kaufman, Harry Terrill (as) Hank Ross, Harold Feldman (ts) Wolfe Tannenbaum (bar) Billy Rowland (p) Bob Haggart (b) Bunny Shawker (d) + 4 vln's, 1 viola, 1 cello, 1 harp-1
New York, January 20
CO40375 Columbia, 38461 MP3
The Dukes Of Dixieland Farewell Blues  (1958)
Frank Assunto (tpt & vocal if any) Fred Assunto (tbn) Jacob ''Papa Jac'' Assunto (tbn & banjo) Jack Maheu (cl) Stanley Mendelssohn (p) Lowell Miller (tuba & bass) Red Hawley (d)
Copied from a vinyl pressing of the album ''The Dukes of Dixieland'' (Volume 1).
Audio Fidelity, AFSD-5823 MP3

Thursday 21st of August 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Jackie Gleason Orchestra Willow Weep For Me.'  (1957)
Jackie Gleason (cond)
Romantic Moods Compilation from Columbia Records
Capitol, 52541 MP3
Lester Young Lullabye Of Birdland  (1956)
Lester Young (ts), Bill Potts (p), Norman Williams (sb), Jim Lucht (dm)
Private recording. “Olivia Davis’s Patio Lounge”
Ojc, CD881-2 MP3
Louis Armstrong & Duke Ellington Cottontail  (1961)
Louis Armstrong (tp, vo), Trummy Young (tb), Barney Bigard (cl), Duke Ellington (p), Mort Herbert (sb), Danny Barcelona (dm)
Roulette, 7243 5 24547 2 3 MP3
Nat King Cole The Magic Tree  (1950)
vocal-p acc. by unknown band conducted by Les Baxter
Los Angeles, March 11
5642-2 Capitol, 1365 MP3
Randy Weston Just One Of Those Things  (1954)
Randy Weston (p), Sam Gill (sb)
Riverside, RLP2508 MP3
Randy Weston Serenade In Blue  (1956)
Randy Weston (p), Ahmed Abdul-Malik aka Jonathan Timms (sb), Wilbert Hogan (dm)
Riverside, RLP12-214 MP3
The King Cole Trio I See By The Papers  (1947)
Nat King Cole-p-v, Irving Ashby-g, Johnny Miller-b
New York, November 7
1970-2 Capitol, MP3
The King Cole Trio My Mother Told Me  (1948)
Nat King Cole-p-y, Irving Ashby-g, Joe Comfort-b with strings, woodwinds and French homs probably arr. by Carlyle Hall
New York, December 21
3810-1 Capitol, MP3

Wednesday 20th of August 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Bert Kaempfert's Orchestra Funny Talk.'  (1961)
and trumpet
Issued in the U.S.A. as DECCA DL-74161. Copied from DECCA vinyl. From the album ''Dancing in Wonderland''.
Polydor (germany), 237570 MP3
George Russell Bent Eagle  (1960)
Al Kiger (tp), Dave Baker (tb), David Young (ts), George Russell (p), Chuck Israels (sb), Joe Hunt (dm)
Ojc, CD232-2 MP3
George Wallington Trios My Nephew And I  (1952)
George Wallington (P), Curley Russell (B) Max Roach (D),
484 Ojc, CD1754-2 MP3

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