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Monday 30th of March 2015

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Clarence Williams And His Orchestra High Society  (New York, 1933)
Ed Allen (cnt,vcl) unknown cl, poss. Cecil Scott (cl) Clarence Williams (p) Floyd Casey (wbd,vcl) unknown b-d or tom tom
July 14
13546-1 Vocalion, 25010 MP3
Wingy Manone And His Orchestra Black Coffee  (1935)
17639-1 Arc, VO2963 MP3
Glenn Miller And His Orchestra In The Mood  (1939)
038170 Bluebird, 10416 MP3
Ella Fitzgerald And Ink Spots Into Each Life Some Rain Must Fall  (1944)
72370 Decca, 23356 MP3
Bud Freeman And His Orchestra Inside On The South Side  (New York, 1946)
Edmond Hall (cl) Bud Freeman (ts) Charlie Shavers (tp) Vernon Brown (tb) Gene Schroeder (p) Bob Casey (b) Dave Tough (d)
December 10, 1945
KBF12 Keynote, 638 MP3
Martin Denny & His Ensemble Bacoa  (1957)
Capitol Studios Hollywood June 1957 From the album "Exotica Volume 2"
Liberty, LST7006 MP3
Si Zentner's Orchestra But Not For Me  (1960)
Simon Zentner (principle tbn), Don Fagerquist, Uan Rasey, Joe Triscari, Ray Triscari, Vince Falzone (tpts) Vern Friley, Bob Pring, Ray Klein (tbns) Bernie Fleischer (as) Don Lodice, Modesto Briseno, Howard Terry, Don Lodice (ts) Teddy Lee (bs) Bruce McDonald (p) Mel Pollan (b) Frank Capp or Walt Thomas (d)
Hollywood late 1959 - early 1960 Copied from a 1960 stereo vinyl pressing of the album "Swing Fever"
Bel Canto, SR-1014 MP3
Larry Elgart's Orchestra Jackie's Tune  (1961)
Copied from a 1961 vinyl pressing of the album "The Shape of Sounds to Come"
M-g-m, SE3896 MP3

Sunday 29th of March 2015

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Leroy Carr How Long How Long Blues  (1928)
6/19/1928
IND623-A Banner, 32557 MP3
Gaylord Carter Begin The Beguine  (1945)
circa 1945
Black & White, 3505-A MP3
Bud Freeman And His Orchestra Town Hall Blues  (New York, 1946)
Billy Butterfield (tp) Vernon Brown (tb) Ernie Caceres (cl) Bud Freeman (ts) Gene Schroeder (p) Carl Kress (g) Bob Haggart (b) George Wettling (d)
November 15, 1945
KTS4-2 Keynote, 638 MP3
Cootie Williams And His Orchestra Echoes Of Harlem  (WMCA, New York, 1946)
Cootie Williams (tp) Bob Merrill (tp,vcl) Ermit V. Perry, George Treadwell, Billy Ford, Gene Redd (tp) Ed Burke, Edward Johnson, Bob Horton (tb) Rupert Cole, John Jackson (as) Sam "The Man" Taylor, Everett Gaines (ts) Bob Ashton (bar) Arnold Jarvis (p) Sam "Christopher" Allen (g) Norman Keenan (b) Butch Ballard (d) Johnny Mercer (vcl)
January 29
909-1 Capitol, 266 MP3
Hoagy Carmichael And Chickadees Huggin' And Chalkin'  (1946)
L4267 Decca, 23675 MP3
Elliot Lawrence At The Piano With His Orchestra I'll Be With You In Apple Blossom Time  (1947)
Jack Hunter (vocal) Alec Fila, John Dee, Fred Edwards (tpts) Barney Liddell, Vince Forrest, Tony Lala (tbns) John Saint-Amour (French Horn) Bud Pecha (oboe) Joe Soldo, Louis Giamo, Joe Dee, Bruno Rondelli, Merle Bredwell (saxes) Louis Melia (g) Louis Palombi (b)
This is a Mutual Radio Network transcription recorded at The Palladium Hollywood CA 12-9-1947 Copied from a vinyl pressing of the album "One Night Stand with Elliot Lawrence"
Joyce, LP-1004 MP3
Les Elgart's Orchestra Poinciana  (1959)
Also issued as CS-8159 Copied from a 1959 vinyl pressing of the album "The Great Sound of Les Elgart"
Columbia, CL-1350 MP3
Andre Previn At The Piano With His Orchestra Like Someone In Love  (1960)
Copied from a vinyl pressing of the album, ''Like Love''. Also issued as CS-8233
Columbia, CL-1437 MP3

Saturday 28th of March 2015

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Benny Goodman And His Orchestra Farewell Blues  (1938)
030308 Bluebird, 10973A MP3
Bud Freeman And His V-disc Jumpers Coquette  (New York, 1945)
Yank Lawson (tp) Bill Mustard (tb) Peanuts Hucko (cl) Bud Freeman (ts) Buddy Weed (p) Carmen Mastren (g) Trigger Alpert (b) Ray McKinley (d)
October 4, 1945
VP1683 V-disc, 740 MP3
Charlie Barnet's Orchestra Take The ''a'' Train  (1946)
Charlie Barnet, Ray DeGeer, Gene Kinsey, Ed Pripps, Kurt Bloom, Bob Dawes (saxes) Peanuts Holland, Everett McDonald, George Seaburg, Ed Stress, Al Killian (tpts) Porky Cohen, Tommy Pederson, Bill Haller, Ed Fromm (tbns) Sheldon Smith (p) Barney Kessel (g) Morris Raymen (b) Harold Hahn (d) Phil Barton (vocal, if any)
This is from a Mutual Radio Network transcription recorded in the Casino Gardens Ballroom Ocean Park Santa Monica CA 1-27-1946 Copied from a vinyl pressing of the album "One Night Stand with Charlie Barnet"
Joyce, LP-1001 MP3
Freddy Martin's Orchestra Wunderbar  (1957)
Copied from an original 1957 vinyl pressing of the album "Freddy Martin at the Cocoanut Grove"
Rca Victor, LPM-1414 MP3
Si Zentner's Orchestra Avalon  (1960)
Simon Zentner (principle tbn), Don Fagerquist, Uan Rasey, Joe Triscari, Ray Triscari, Vince Falzone (tpts) Vern Friley, Bob Pring, Ray Klein (tbns) Bernie Fleischer (as) Don Lodice, Modesto Briseno, Howard Terry, Don Lodice (ts) Teddy Lee (bs) Bruce McDonald (p) Mel Pollan (b) Frank Capp or Walt Thomas (d)
Hollywood late 1959 - early 1960 Copied from a 1960 stereo vinyl pressing of the album "Swing Fever"
Bel Canto, SR-1014 MP3
Duke Ellington The Unknown  (1961)
Personnel not identifiable.
SRO Live perf. Rec. prob. in the late 50ies/early sixties
Lrc, CDC9066 MP3
Bert Kaempfert's Orchestra Tipsy Gypsy  (1963)
Manfred Moch (solo tpt), Ladislav Geissler (Fender Bass Guitar) & Rolf Ahrens (drums)
Studio Rahlstedt Hamburg Issued in the U S A as DECCA DL74374 minus 2 tracks and in different sequence Copied from a stereo vinyl pressing of the album "Living It Up !"
Polydor (germany), 237599 MP3
Woody Herman's Herd I Can't Get Started  (1963)
Basin Street West Hollywood 5-21-1963 Copied from a stereo vinyl pressing of the album "Woody's Big Band Goodies" Reissued as MERCURY-WING WC-16329
Philips, PHS 600-171 MP3

Friday 27th of March 2015

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Sam Lanin's Orchestra Pardon Me Pretty Baby  (1931)
Hit Of The Week, 1156 MP3
Carl Shaw And Ho (reichman) Have A Little Dream On Me  (1934)
15759-1 Arc, VO2785 MP3
Ozzie Nelson And His Orchestra White Sails  (1939)
037411 Bluebird, 10311 MP3
Benny Carter And His Orchestra Cocktails For Two  (1940)
057658-1 Bluebird, 10998 MP3
Sidney Bechet And His New Orleans Feetwarmers Indian Summer  (New York, 1940)
Sidney Bechet (cl,sop,vcl) Sonny White (p) Charlie Howard (g) Ernest Wilson Myers (b,vcl) Kenny Clarke (d)
February 5, 1940
046832-1 Bluebird, 10623A MP3
Glenn Miller And His Orchestra Keep 'em Flying  (New York, 1941)
Dale "Mickey" McMickle, John Best (tp) Billy May (tp,arr) Glenn Miller (tb,arr) Paul Tanner, Jimmy Priddy, Frank D'Annolfo (tb) Skippy Martin (as) Wilbur Schwartz (cl,as,arr) Ernie Caceres (cl,as,bar,vcl) Tex Beneke (ts,vcl) Al Klink (ts) Chummy MacGregor (p,arr) Bobby Hackett (g,tp) Bill Conway (g) Doc Goldberg (b) Maurice Purtill (d) Ray Eberle, Marion Hutton, The Modernaires (vcl) Jerry Gray, Bill Finegan (arr)
December 8, 1941
068459-1 Bluebird, 11443-B MP3
Les Elgart's Orchestra Moonglow  (1960)
Also issued as CL-1500 Copied from a 1960 stereo vinyl pressing of the album "Designs for Dancing"
Columbia, CS-8291 MP3
Jo Ann Castle (piano) With An Unidentified Ensemble I'm Looking Over A Four Leaf Clover  (1964)
Copied from a stereo vinyl pressing of the album "Jo Ann Castle Plays Great Million Sellers"
Dot, DLP 25574 MP3

Thursday 26th of March 2015

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Fletcher Henderson's Connie's Inn Orchestra Twelfth Street Rag  (1931)
October 1931
1503-2 Asch Recordings, 350-1B MP3
Glenn Miller And His Orchestra Imagination  (New York, 1940)
Leigh Knowles, Clyde Hurley, Dale "Mickey" McMickle, John Best (tp) Glenn Miller (tb,arr) Paul Tanner, Jimmy Priddy, Frank D'Annolfo (tb) Hal McIntyre, Wilbur Schwartz (cl,as,arr) Ernie Caceres (as,bar) Tex Beneke (ts,vcl) Al Klink (ts) Chummy MacGregor (p) Dick Fisher (g) Rollie Bundock (b) Maurice Purtill (d) Ray Eberle, Marion Hutton (vcl) Jerry Gray, Bill Finegan (arr)
February 19, 1940
047067-1 Bluebird, 10622 A MP3
Glenn Miller And His Orchestra I Dreamt I Dwelt In Harlem  (New York, 1941)
Dale "Mickey" McMickle, Ray Anthony, John Best (tp) Billy May (tp,arr) Glenn Miller (tb,arr) Paul Tanner, Jimmy Priddy, Frank D'Annolfo (tb) Hal McIntyre, Wilbur Schwartz (cl,as,arr) Ernie Caceres (as,bar) Tex Beneke (ts,vcl) Al Klink (ts) Chummy MacGregor (p,arr) Jack Lathrop (g,vcl) Trigger Alpert (b) Maurice Purtill (d) Ray Eberle, Dorothy Claire, The Modernaires (vcl)
January 17, 1941
058888-1 Bluebird, 11063 MP3
J. C. Heard This Is It  (New York, 1948)
Joe Newman (tp) Bennie Green (tb) Wardell Gray (ts) Tate Houston (bar) Al Haig (p) Al McKibbon (b) J.C. Heard (d)
May, 1948
R1318 Apollo, 783 MP3
Perry Como Ave Maria  (1949)
with Choir and Orgue - directed by Andy Wiswell
52-0071-A Rca, 28-0436 MP3
Marty Gold's Orchestra Perdido  (1960)
Webster Hall New York Copied from an original vinyl pressing of the album "Skin Tight"
Rca Victor, LSP-2230 MP3
Bert Kaempfert's Orchestra Easy Going  (1963)
Manfred Moch (solo tpt), Ladislav Geissler (Fender Bass Guitar) & Rolf Ahrens (drums)
Studio Rahlstedt Hamburg Issued in the U S A as DECCA DL74374 minus 2 tracks and in different sequence Copied from a stereo vinyl pressing of the album "Living It Up !"
Polydor (germany), 237599 MP3
Bert Kaempfert's Orchestra Treat For Trumpet  (1964)
Manfred Moch (solo tpt), Ladislav Geissler (Fender Bass Guitar) & Rolf Ahrens (drums)
Studio Rahlstedt Hamburg Issued in the USA as DECCA DL74569 Copied from a 1964 stereo vinyl pressing of the album "Blue Midnight"
Polydor, 237646 MP3

Wednesday 25th of March 2015

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Big Bill (broonzy) Bull Cow Blues  (1932)
11610-2 Arc, BA32653 MP3
Bud Freeman And His Summa Cum Laude Orchestra The Eel  (New York, 1939)
Max Kaminsky (tp) Brad Gowans (v-tb,arr) Pee Wee Russell (cl) Bud Freeman (ts) Dave Bowman (p) Eddie Condon (g) Clyde Newcombe (b) Danny Alvin (d)
July 19, 1939
BS038294-1 Bluebird, 10386 MP3
Glenn Miller And His Orchestra When You Wish Upon A Star (vre)  (1940)
046084 Bluebird, 10570A MP3
Larry Clinton And His Orchestra Dance Of The Flowers  (1940)
056401 Bluebird, 10911 MP3
Stan Kenton's Orchestra Cuban Fire!  (1956)
Soloists: Kent Larson (tbn), Lucky Thompson (ts), Carl Fontana (tbn)
New York May 1956 Copied from CAPITOL SM-11794 a 1976 vinyl reissue of the album "Cuban Fire"
Capitol, T-731 MP3
Stan Kenton's Orchestra Moon Song  (1958)
Copied from a stereo vinyl pressing of the album "The Ballad Style of Stan Kenton"
Capitol, ST-1068 MP3
Bert Kaempfert's Orchestra L-o-v-e  (1964)
Manfred Moch (solo tpt), Ladislav Geissler (Fender Bass Guitar) & Rolf Ahrens (drums)
Studio Rahlstedt Hamburg Issued in the USA as DECCA DL74569 Copied from a 1964 stereo vinyl pressing of the album "Blue Midnight" Produced by Milt Gabler
Polydor, 237646 MP3
Tommy Ladnier And His Orchestra Really The Blues  (1938)
030319 Bluebird, 10089 MP3

Tuesday 24th of March 2015

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
The Smoothies Easy Does It  
Bluebird, 10640 MP3
Jimmy Johnson And Clarence Williams I've Found A New Baby  (New York, 1930)
Piano duets and speech by James P. Johnson, Clarence Williams (talking)
January 31
149952-2 Columbia, 14502-D MP3
Bing Crosby Lets Put Out The Lights  (1932)
12510-A Arc, BR6414 MP3
Leroy Carr - Scapper Blackwell How Long Has That Evening Train Been Gone  (1932)
11494 Arc, VO1716 MP3
Erskine Hawkins And His Orchestra Tuxedo Junction  (1939)
038421 Bluebird, 10409 MP3
Si Zentner's Orchestra Walkin' Home  (1960)
Simon Zentner (principle tbn), Don Fagerquist, Uan Rasey, Joe Triscari, Ray Triscari, Vince Falzone (tpts) Vern Friley, Bob Pring, Ray Klein (tbns) Bernie Fleischer (as) Don Lodice, Modesto Briseno, Howard Terry, Don Lodice (ts) Teddy Lee (bs) Bruce McDonald (p) Mel Pollan (b) Frank Capp or Walt Thomas (d)
Copied from a 1960 stereo vinyl pressing of the album "Swing Fever"
Bel Canto, SR-1014 MP3
Barbra Streisand As Time Goes By  (1964)
with orchestra arranged and conducted by Ray Ellis
Copied from a vinyl pressing of the album "Barbra Streisand - The Third Album"
Columbia, CS-8954 MP3
Jo Ann Castle (piano) With An Unidentified Ensemble Baby Face  (1964)
Copied from a stereo vinyl pressing of the album "Jo Ann Castle Plays Great Million Sellers"
Dot, DLP 25574 MP3

Monday 23rd of March 2015

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Salty Dog Four West Coast Stomp  (New York, 1930)
May 16, 1930 - issued as "The Salty Dog Four" but listed in the ARC files as "The Red Devils"
9740-2 Banner, 32394 MP3
Hoagy Carmichael Star Dust  (New York, 1933)
piano solo
December 6
78842-1 Victor, 24484 MP3
Mezz Mezzrow-t.ladnier Quintet If You See Me Comin'  (1938)
Tommy Ladnier (tp) Mezz Mezzrow (cl) Teddy Bunn (g,vcl) Pops Foster (b) Manzie Johnson (d)
030453-1 Bluebird, B10087 MP3
Mezz Mezzrow-t.ladnier Quintet Everybody Loves My Baby  (New York, 1938)
Tommy Ladnier (tp) Mezz Mezzrow (cl) Teddy Bunn (g,vcl) Pops Foster (b) Manzie Johnson (d)
December 19, 1938
030451-1 Bluebird, B10090 MP3
Glenn Miller And His Orchestra Jingle Bells  (1941)
071192 Bluebird, 11353A MP3
Charlie Barnet's Orchestra Symphony  (1946)
Charlie Barnet, Ray DeGeer, Gene Kinsey, Ed Pripps, Kurt Bloom, Bob Dawes (saxes) Peanuts Holland, Everett McDonald, George Seaburg, Ed Stress, Al Killian (tpts) Porky Cohen, Tommy Pederson, Bill Haller, Ed Fromm (tbns) Sheldon Smith (p) Barney Kessel (g) Morris Raymen (b) Harold Hahn (d) Phil Barton (vocal, if any)
This is from a Mutual Radio Network transcription recorded in the Casino Gardens Ballroom Ocean Park Santa Monica CA 1-27-1946 Copied from a vinyl pressing of the album "One Night Stand with Charlie Barnet"
Joyce, LP-1001 MP3
Amos Milburn Bewildered  (1948)
XXX3 Aladdin, 3018 MP3
Clovers Don't You Know That I Love You  
Atlantic, 934 MP3

Sunday 22nd of March 2015

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Fred Rich's Dance Orchestra Our Bungalow Of Dreams (b#2  (1927)
vocal SL
12/9/27
7653-3 Banner, 6148-A MP3
Hi Henry Brown Titanic Blues  (1932)
3/14/1932
11476-A Arc, VO1728 MP3
Carl Shaw And Ho (reichman) Out In The Cold Again  (1934)
8/28/1934
15761-1 Arc, VO2786 MP3
Glenn Miller And His Orchestra You And I  (Chicago, Ill, 1941)
Dale "Mickey" McMickle, Ray Anthony, John Best (tp) Billy May (tp,arr) Glenn Miller (tb,arr) Paul Tanner, Jimmy Priddy, Warren Smith (tb) Hal McIntyre, Wilbur Schwartz (cl,as,arr) Ernie Caceres (as,bar) Tex Beneke (ts,vcl) Al Klink (ts) Chummy MacGregor (p,arr) Bill Conway (g,vcl) Doc Goldberg (b) Maurice Purtill (d) Ray Eberle, Paula Kelly, The Modernaires (vcl)
June 25, 1941
064473-1 Bluebird, 11215-A MP3
Una Mae Carlisle Beautiful Eyes  (New York, 1941)
Una Mae Carlisle (vcl) acc by Shad Collins (tp) Lester Young (ts) Clyde Hart (p) John Collins (g) Nick Fenton (b) Harold "Doc" West (d)
March 10, 1941
062748-1 Bluebird, B11096 MP3
Al Caiola & The Guitars Unlimited Plus 7 Expresso (sic)  (1961)
Webster Hall New York Copied from an original 1961 vinyl pressing of the album "Crazy Rhythm" from RCA's "Stereo-Action" series All arrangements are by Al Caiola who was the principle guitarist The recording was produced by Marty Gold
Rca Victor, LSA-2371 MP3
Larry Elgart's Orchestra Rain On The Roof  (1961)
Copied from a 1961 vinyl pressing of the album "The Shape of Sounds to Come"
M-g-m, SE3896 MP3
Bert Kaempfert's Orchestra That Happy Feeling  (1962)
Manfred Moch (solo tpt), Ladislav Geissler (Fender Bass Guitar) & Rolf Ahrens (drums)
Reissued as DECCA DL-74810 "Greatest Hits" Copied from a vinyl pressing Recorded in Hamburg by POLYDOR First issued by American DECCA then issued by POLYDOR in album 237584 "A Swingin' Safari" Tracks omitted from this "Greatest Hits" MP3 compilation were previously copied from other albums or are not yet in public domain
Decca, DL-74305 MP3

Saturday 21st of March 2015

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Jack Smith Pardon Me Pretty Baby  (1931)
10754-3 Banner, 32232 MP3
Richard Himber's Orchestra Our Big Love Scene  (1933)
v J. Nash
14345-1-2 Arc, VO2588 MP3
Glenn Miller And His Orchestra Bugle Call Rag  (New York, 1940)
Leigh Knowles, Clyde Hurley, Zeke Zarchy, John Best (tp) Glenn Miller (tb,arr) Paul Tanner, Jimmy Priddy, Frank D'Annolfo (tb) Hal McIntyre, Wilbur Schwartz (cl,as,arr) Ernie Caceres (as,bar) Tex Beneke (ts,vcl) Al Klink (ts) Chummy MacGregor (p) Jack Lathrop (g,vcl) Rollie Bundock (b) Maurice Purtill (d) Ray Eberle, Marion Hutton (vcl) Jerry Gray, Bill Finegan (arr)
April 28, 1940
048964-1 Bluebird, 10740 MP3
Glenn Miller And His Orchestra Ev'rything I Love  (New York, 1941)
November 3, 1941
068067-1 Bluebird, 11365 MP3
Larry Elgart's Orchestra Dreamboat  (1958)
Webster Hall New York November 11 13 & 18 1958 Copied from a 1959 stereo vinyl pressing of the album "Larry Elgart & His Orchestra"
Rca Victor, LSP-1961 MP3
George Shearing's Quintet Monophraseology  (1960)
George Shearing (p), Dick Garcia (g), Warren Chiasson (vibes), Ralph Peņa (b), Vernell Fournier (d), Armando Peraza (conga drums)
Masonic Auditorium Nob Hill San Francisco April 26 1960 Copied from an original 1960 stereo vinyl pressing of the album "San Francisco Scene"
33902 Capitol, ST-1715 MP3
Al Caiola & The Guitars Unlimited Plus 7 Diga Diga Doo  (1961)
Webster Hall New York Copied from an original 1961 vinyl pressing of the album "Crazy Rhythm" from RCA's "Stereo-Action" series
Rca Victor, LSA-2371 MP3
Woody Herman's Herd Bijou (rhumba A La Jazz)  (1963)
Basin Street West Hollywood 5-21-1963 Copied from a stereo vinyl pressing of the album "Woody's Big Band Goodies" Reissued as MERCURY-WING WC-16329
Philips, PHS 600-171 MP3

Friday 20th of March 2015

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Peatie Wheatstraw Can't See Blues  (New York City, 1932)
March 17, 1932 in New York City
11518-A Uk, 207 MP3
Glenn Miller And His Orchestra Moonlight Serenade  (New York, 1939)
Leigh Knowles, Bob Price, Dale "Mickey" McMickle (tp) Glenn Miller (tb,arr) Paul Tanner, Al Mastren (tb) Hal McIntyre, Wilbur Schwartz (cl,as,arr) Stanley Aronson (ts,cl) Tex Beneke (ts,vcl) Al Klink (ts,as,cl) Chummy MacGregor (p) Allen Reuss (g) Rollie Bundock (b) Frank Carlson (d) Ray Eberle, Marion Hutton (vcl) Bill Finegan (arr)
April 4, 1939
035701-1 Bluebird, 10214 MP3
Alvino Rey And His Orchestra I Said No (v Yvonne King)  (1941)
061915 Bluebird, 11391 MP3
Glenn Miller And His Orchestra Perfidia  (1941)
060914 Bluebird, 11095 MP3
Freddy Martin's Orchestra Begin The Beguine  (1957)
Copied from an original 1957 vinyl pressing of the album "Freddy Martin at the Cocoanut Grove"
Rca Victor, LPM-1414 MP3
Stan Kenton's Orchestra Then I'll Be Tired Of You  (1958)
Copied from a stereo vinyl pressing of the album "The Ballad Style of Stan Kenton" Produced by Lee Gillette
Capitol, ST-1068 MP3
George Shearing's Quintet My New Mambo  (1960)
George Shearing (p), Dick Garcia (g), Warren Chiasson (vibes), Ralph Peņa (b), Vernell Fournier (d), Armando Peraza (conga drums)
Masonic Auditorium Nob Hill San Francisco April 26 1960 Copied from an original 1960 stereo vinyl pressing of the album "San Francisco Scene"
33909 Capitol, ST-1715 MP3
Bert Kaempfert's Orchestra Java  (1964)
Manfred Moch (solo tpt), Ladislav Geissler (Fender Bass Guitar) & Rolf Ahrens (drums)
Studio Rahlstedt Hamburg Issued in the USA as DECCA DL74569 Copied from a 1964 stereo vinyl pressing of the album "Blue Midnight" Produced by Milt Gabler
Polydor, 237646 MP3

Thursday 19th of March 2015

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Benny Goodman That's A Plenty  (Chicago, 1928)
Benny Goodman (cl) solo acc by Mel Stitzel (p) Bob Conselman (d)
Chicago, June 13, 1928
E-7398 Vocalion, 15705 MP3
Dunn's Original Jazz Hounds Original Bugle Blues (1928)  (New York, 1928)
Johnny Dunn (cnt) prob Herb Flemming (tb) Garvin Bushell (cl,as) Herschel Brassfield (as) James P. Johnson, Fats Waller (p) prob John Mitchell (bj)
March 26
E-7234/5 Vocalion, 1176 MP3
Big Bill Broonzy Worryin You Off My Mind  (1932)
3/29/32
11606-2 Banner, 32559 MP3
James P. Johnson I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A Letter  (New York, 1944)
April 20
72007-A Decca, DL 5228 MP3
James P. Johnson's New York Orchestra Euphonic Sounds  (New York, 1944)
Frank Newton (tp) James P. Johnson (p,vcl) Al Casey (g) Pops Foster (b) Eddie Dougherty (d)
June 12
MA-1250 Asch, 551-1 MP3
Les Elgart's Orchestra The Mar-cha-cha  (1960)
Also issued as CL-1500 Copied from a 1960 stereo vinyl pressing of the album "Designs for Dancing" Albert Ham, the composer of this piece, was an American composer and television jingle writer who also worked as a producer at Columbia and assisted Peter Goldmark in the advancement of the science of stereo imaging in Columbia's first stereo recordings
Columbia, CS-8291 MP3
Bert Kaempfert's Orchestra Afrikaan Beat  (1962)
Manfred Moch (solo tpt), Ladislav Geissler (Fender Bass Guitar) & Rolf Ahrens (drums)
Reissued as DECCA DL-74810 "Greatest Hits" Recorded in Hamburg by POLYDOR original number unknown Copied from a vinyl pressing Tracks omitted from this "Greatest Hits" compilation album were previously issued in other albums or are not yet in public domain
Decca, DL-74273 MP3
Charlie Barnet's Orchestra Day By Day  (1946)
Charlie Barnet, Ray DeGeer, Gene Kinsey, Ed Pripps, Kurt Bloom, Bob Dawes (saxes) Peanuts Holland, Everett McDonald, George Seaburg, Ed Stress, Al Killian (tpts) Porky Cohen, Tommy Pederson, Bill Haller, Ed Fromm (tbns) Sheldon Smith (p) Barney Kessel (g) Morris Raymen (b) Harold Hahn (d) Phil Barton (vocal, if any)
This is from a Mutual Radio Network transcription recorded in the Casino Gardens Ballroom Ocean Park Santa Monica CA 1-27-1946 Copied from a vinyl pressing of the album "One Night Stand with Charlie Barnet"
Joyce, LP-1001 MP3

Wednesday 18th of March 2015

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Mezzrow-ladnier Quintet I Ain't Gonna Give Nobody None O' This Jelly-roll  (New York, 1938)
Tommy Ladnier (tp) Mezz Mezzrow (cl) Teddy Bunn (g,vcl) Pops Foster (b) Manzie Johnson (d)
December 19, 1938
030452-1 Bluebird, B10090 MP3
Charlie Barnet And His Orchestra Cuban Boogie Woogie  (Hollywood, 1939)
Bob Burnet, John Owens, Lyman Vunk, Billy May (tp) Don Ruppersberg, Bill Robertson, Ben Hall (tb) Gene Kinsey, Don McCook (as) Charlie Barnet (ts, sop) Del Casino (vcl) Kurt Bloom, Skippy Martin (ts) Bill Miller (p) Phil Stephens (b, tu-1) Bus Etri (g) Ray Michaels (d) Phil Moore, Skippy Martin (arr)
CA, October 9, 1939
042175-2 Bluebird, B10479 MP3
Coleman Hawkins And His Orchestra She's Funny That Way  (1939)
Tommy Lindsay, Joe Guy (tp) Earl Hardy (tb) Jackie Fields, Eustis Moore (as) Coleman Hawkins (ts,arr) Gene Rodgers (p,arr) Oscar Smith (b) Arthur Herbert (d) Thelma Carpenter (vcl) Hazel Scott (arr)
042935-2 Bluebird, B10477 MP3
Glenn Miller And His Orchestra Skylark  (New York, 1942)
Dale "Mickey" McMickle, Bill Graham, John Best (tp) Billy May (tp,arr) Glenn Miller (tb,arr) Paul Tanner, Jimmy Priddy, Frank D'Annolfo (tb) Skippy Martin (as) Wilbur Schwartz (cl,as,arr) Ernie Caceres (cl,as,bar,vcl) Tex Beneke (ts,vcl) Al Klink (ts) Chummy MacGregor (p,arr) Bobby Hackett (g,tp) Bill Conway (g) Doc Goldberg (b) Maurice Purtill (d) Ray Eberle, Marion Hutton, The Modernaires (vcl) Jerry Gray, Bill Finegan, Dean Kincaide (arr)
January 8
068789-1 Bluebird, 11462 MP3

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