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Thursday 18th of December 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Sioux City Six I'm Glad.'  (New York, 1924)
Bix Beiderbecke (cnt) Miff Mole (tb) Frankie Trumbauer (c-mel) Rube Bloom (p) Min Leibrook (tu) Vic Moore (d)
October 10
9120-A Gennett, 5569 MP3
Clarence Williams And His Orchestra Beer Garden Blues  (New York, 1933)
Ed Allen (cnt,vcl) Cecil Scott (cl) Clarence Williams (p,vcl) Floyd Casey (wbd)
August 18
13835-1 Vocalion, 2541 MP3
Cootie Williams And His Orchestra Saturday Night  (New York, 1945)
Cootie Williams, Harold "Money" Johnson, Ermit V. Perry, George Treadwell (tp) Ed Burke, Bob Horton (tb) Rupert Cole, Frank Powell (as) Lee Pope, Sam "The Man" Taylor (ts) Eddie De Verteuil (bar) Arnold Jarvis (p) Leroy Kirkland (g) Carl Pruitt (b) Sylvester "Vess" Payne (d) Tony Warren (vcl)
February 26
T-501 Hit Of The Week, 7131 MP3
Cootie Williams And His Orchestra Rhapsody In Blue  (WMCA, New York, 1946)
Cootie Williams, Ermit V. Perry, Otis Gamble, Billy Ford (tp) Bob Merrill (tp,vcl) Gene Redd (tp,vib-1) Ed Burke, Edward Johnson, Julius Watson (tb) Daniel Williams, Rupert Cole (as) Chuck Clark, Edwin Johnson (ts) Bob Ashton (bar) Arnold Jarvis (p) Norman Keenan (b) Butch Ballard (d)
September 11
989-2 Capitol, MP3
Cootie Williams And His Orchestra Ain't Got No Blues Today  (WMCA, New York, 1946)
Cootie Williams, Ermit V. Perry, Otis Gamble, Billy Ford (tp) Bob Merrill (tp,vcl) Gene Redd (tp,vib-1) Ed Burke, Edward Johnson, Julius Watson (tb) Daniel Williams, Rupert Cole (as) Chuck Clark, Edwin Johnson (ts) Bob Ashton (bar) Arnold Jarvis (p) Norman Keenan (b) Butch Ballard (d)
September 11
990-2 Capitol, 314 MP3
Billy May's Orchestra Fascinating Rhythm  (1958)
Copied from an original vinyl pressing of the album ''Dance to the Bands!, Volume 2'' (a showcase of Capitol artists)
Capitol, T-978 MP3
Les Elgart's Orchestra Can't We Be Friends?  (1959)
Copied from an original 1959 vinyl pressing of the album ''Les Elgart on Tour''
Columbia, CL-1291 MP3
Ray Anthony's Orchestra Sometimes I'm Happy  (1960)
Reissued minus 2 tracks as M-11978 in 1976.Copied from the vinyl reissue of the album ''Arthur Murray's Favorite Fox Trots''
Capitol, T-1371 MP3

Wednesday 17th of December 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Stephane Grappelly And His Quintet J'attendrai (au Revoir).'  (London, 1943)
Stephane Grappelli (vln) George Shearing (p) Dave Fullerton (d,vcl) unknown bar, g and b
January 28
DR-7190-2 Decca, F-8451 MP3
Charlie Ventura Sextet I Don't Know Why I Love You Like I Do  (Los Angeles, 1946)
Barney Bigard (cl) Charlie Ventura (ts) Milt Raskin (p) Allen Reuss (g) Red Callender (b) Nick Fatool (d)
April 12
A4776 Crystalette, 620 MP3
Woody Herman's Orchestra E-bob-o-lee-bob  (1946)
Soloists: Sonny Berman & Woody Herman (vocal & clarinet)
Jazz pianist Jelly Roll Morton said of the boogie line of ''Be-Baba-Leba'' that it is ''a riff so old it's got whiskers''. Copied from a vinyl pressing of the album ''One Night Stand with Woody Herman''. It seems no one can agree on how this is to be spelled. Alternate spellings: Be-Baba-Leba, Hey-Bop-a-Re-Bop
Joyce Record Club, LP-1021 MP3
Charlie Ventura Whatta Ya Say We Go  (New York, 1949)
Norman Faye (tp) Bennie Green (tb) Charlie Ventura (ts,bar) Ben Ventura (bar) Roy Kral (p,vcl) Kenny O'Brien (b) Ed Shaughnessy (d) Jackie Cain (vcl)
January 6
D9VB44 Victor, 20-3396 MP3
Charlie Ventura Intermezzo  (New York, 1953)
Charlie Ventura (ts,bar) acc by ochestra, George Williams (dir)
October 12
85370 Coral, 61209 MP3
Billy Butterfield's Orchestra Stormy Weather  (1956)
Billy Butterfield (tpt solos) Bernie Glow, Tony Faso, Jimmy Nottingham (tpts) Lou McGarity, Cutty Cutshall (tbns) Boomie Richman, Danny Bank, Toots Mondello, Nick Caiazza (saxes) Hank D' Amico (cl)Jack Lesberg (b) Mickey Carrano (p) Dottie Smith (vocal, if any)
(New York, December 5th, 7th and 10th, 1956). Copied from an original 1957 vinyl pressing of the album ''They're Playing Our Song''
G2JP-9757-3 Rca Victor, LPM-1441 MP3
Don Jacoby & The College All-stars Jet Out Of Town  (1962)
Trumpet solos are by Don Jacoby
All arrangements are by Glenn Osser Copied from a vinyl pressing of the album ''Swinging Big Sound''
Decca, DL-4241 MP3
Cootie Williams And His Orchestra Slidin' And Glidin'  (New York, 1949)
Cootie Williams (tp) Bob Merrill (tp,vcl) Rupert Cole (as) Willis Jackson (ts) Lester Fauntleroy (p) Leonard Swain (b) Gus Johnson (d)
March 2
2557 Mercury, 8143 MP3

Tuesday 16th of December 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Blue Lu Barker With Danny Barker's Fly Cats I Don't Dig You Jack.'  (New York, 1939)
Blue Lu Barker (vcl) acc by Henry "Red" Allen (tp) Sammy Price (p) Danny Barker (g) Wellman Braud (b) unknown (d)
November 17
66896-A Decca, 7770 MP3
Charlie Ventura And His New Orchestra A.m. P.m. Song  (New York, 1946)
Fern Caron, Stan Fishelson, Al Stearns, Jack Palmer (tp) Bob Ascher, Leo Cecchi, Al Lorraine, Bennie Green (tb) Charlie Ventura (as,ts) Aaron Sachs (cl,as) Murray Williams (as) Danny Cappi, Barney Marino (ts) Tony Ferina (bar) Tony Aless (p) Clyde Lombardi (b) Stan Levey (d) Marianne Dunn, Jack Palmer (vcl) Neal Hefti (arr-1) Stanley Baum (arr-2)
October 18
NSC181 National, 9087 MP3
Charlie Ventura Septet The Man I Love  (Los Angeles, 1946)
Red Rodney (tp) Willie Smith (as) Charlie Ventura (ts) Arnold Ross (p) Barney Kessel (g) Billy Hadnott (b) Nick Fatool (d)
March
BW209 B & W, 1219 MP3
John Kirby And His Orchestra I'm Scared  (New York, 1946)
Clarence Brereton (tp) Buster Bailey (cl) Russell Procope (as) Billy Kyle (p) John Kirby (b) Bill Beason (d) Sarah Vaughan (vcl)
January 9
BL-18 Crown, 107 MP3
Woody Herman's Orchestra 125th Street Prophet  (1946)
soloist: Sonny Berman
The exact dates and venues are not mentioned in the album notes. One of the venues may be the Rendezvous Ballroom in Balboa, CA. These tracks are from Mutual Radio Network transcriptions of several live performances during 1945 and 1946. They are copied from a vinyl pressing of the album ''One Night Stand with Woody Herman''
Joyce Record Club, LP-1021 MP3
Blue Lu Barker With Orchestra Trombone Man Blues  (Los Angeles, 1948)
Blue Lu Barker (vcl) acc by Shad Collins (tp) Teddy McRae (ts) Norman Lester (p) Danny Barker (g) Ernest Williamson (b) unknown (d) unknown (tb-1)
December 6
3539-1 Capitol, 57-70007 MP3
Charlie Ventura Quartet Crazy Rhythm  (New York, 1953)
Charlie Ventura (ts-1,bar-2) Hank Jones (p) Bob Carter (b) Jo Jones (d)
January 5
1116-10 Norgran, MGN8 MP3
Lee Castle & The Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra Arthur Murray Taught Me Dancing In A Hurry  (1959)
These are NOT the original arrangements. These are new instrumental arrangements by Al Cohn. Copied from a stereo vinyl pressing of the album ''Jimmy Dorsey's Greatest Hits''
Epic, BN-529 MP3

Monday 15th of December 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Thomas Morris And His Seven Hot Babies Lazy Drag.'  (New York, 1926)
Tom Morris, Rex Stewart (cnt) Geechie Fields (tb) Ernest Elliott (cl,ts,bar) Happy Caldwell (cl,ts) Mike Jackson (p,vcl) Lee Blair (bj) Bill Benford (tu)
July 13
35762-3 Victor, 20483 MP3
Blue Lu Barker With Danny Barker's Fly Cats He Caught That B & O  (New York, 1938)
Blue Lu Barker (vcl) [aka Blue Lou Barker (vcl) ] acc by Henry "Red" Allen (tp) Buster Bailey (cl) Sammy Price (p) Danny Barker (g) Wellman Braud (b) Paul Barbarin (d)
August 11
64434-A Decca, 7506 MP3
Stephane Grappelly And His Quintet Liza  (London, 1942)
Stephane Grappelli (vln,p-1) Pat Dodd (p) Noel "Chappie" D'Amato, Joe Deniz (g) Tommy Bromley (b) Dave Fullerton (d) Roy Marsh (vib), Dave Fullerton (vcl)
August 20
DR-6930-2 Decca, F-8204 MP3
Danny Barker Sextette Featuring Blu Lu Barker Where's Joe  (New York, 1946)
Blue Lu Barker (vcl) acc. by Jerry Jerome-ts, Norman Lester-p, Danny Barker-g, b/Woociie Nichols-d
October 3
R-1065 Apollo, MP3
Lee Castle & The Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra Long John Silver  (1959)
All arrangements are by Al Cohn. Copied from a stereo vinyl pressing of the album ''Jimmy Dorsey's Greatest Hits''
Epic, BN-529 MP3
Ray Anthony's Orchestra What Is This Thing Called Love?  (1960)
Reissued minus 2 tracks as M-11978 in 1976.Copied from the vinyl reissue of the album ''Arthur Murray's Favorite Fox Trots''
Capitol, T-1371 MP3
Don Jacoby & The College All-stars Just For A Thrill  (1962)
Trumpet solos are by Don Jacoby
All arrangements are by Glenn Osser Copied from a vinyl pressing of the album ''Swinging Big Sound''
Decca, DL-4241 MP3
Buddy Cole At The Wurlitzer Pipe Organ Secret Love  (1963)
Copied from an original 1964 vinyl pressing of the album ''Modern Pipe Organ''
Warner Bros, WS-1533 MP3

Sunday 14th of December 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Andre Previn At The Piano With His Orchestra Like Love.'  (1960)
Copied from a vinyl pressing of the album, ''Like Love''. Also issued as CS-8233
Columbia, CL-1437 MP3
Garland Wilson Blues En Si Bémol  (Paris, 1932)
Nina Mae McKinney-v.
c. November
5962bkp Brunswick, A-500220 MP3
Clarence Williams And His Orchestra For Sale (hannah Johnson's Big Jack Ass)  (New York, 1933)
Ed Allen (cnt,vcl) Cecil Scott (cl) Clarence Williams (p,vcl) Ikey Robinson (bj,g) Cyrus St. Clair (tu) unknown g-1
November 10
14293-1 Vocalion, 2602 MP3
Joe Sullivan Fidgety Feet  (New York, 1945)
prob. late 1945
Folkways, FA 2851 MP3
Pete Fountain & His Mardi Gras Strutters Farewell Blues  (1963)
Pete Fountain (cl), Jackie Coon (tpt), Moe Schneider (tbn) with unidentified tuba, banjo, bass and four drummers
Copied from an original 1963 stereo vinyl pressing of the album ''South Rampart Street Parade''
Coral, CRL-757440 MP3
Pete Fountain & His Mardi Gras Strutters Sugar Bowl Parade  (1963)
Pete Fountain (cl), Jackie Coon (tpt), Moe Schneider (tbn) with unidentified tuba, banjo, bass and four drummers
Copied from an original 1963 stereo vinyl pressing of the album ''South Rampart Street Parade''
Coral, CRL-757440 MP3
Pete Fountain & His Mardi Gras Strutters Pete Fountain (cl), Jackie Coon (tpt), Moe Schneider (tbn Walking Through New Orleans  (1963)
Not to be confused with ''Walking TO New Orleans'', composed by Bobby Charles in 1960. Copied from an original 1963 stereo vinyl pressing of the album ''South Rampart Street Parade''
Coral, CRL-757440 MP3
Danny Barker Sextette Featuring Blu Lu Barker There Was A L'il Mouse  (New York, 1946)
Blue Lu Barker (vcl) acc by Shad Collins (tp) Teddy McRae (ts) Norman Lester (p) Danny Barker (g) Ernest Williamson (b) unknown (d)
August 25
R-1052 Apollo, 382 MP3
Les Elgart's Orchestra It's Too Much  (1957)
Copied from an original 1957 vinyl pressing of the album ''For Dancers Also''
Columbia, CL-1008 MP3

Saturday 13th of December 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Charlie Ventura Lady Be Good.'  (Chicago, 1948)
Norman Faye (tp) Bennie Green (tb) Charlie Ventura (ts,bar) Ben Ventura (bar) Roy Kral (p,vcl) Gus Cole (b) or Chubby Jackson (b) Ed Shaughnessy (d) Jackie Cain (vcl)
October
NSC384 Emarcy, MG36015 MP3
Clarence Williams And His Orchestra I Like To Go Back In The Evening (to That Old Sweetheart Of Mine)  (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
13547-1 Vocalion, 25010 MP3
Stephane Grappelly And His Quartet I Never Mention Your Name  (London, 1943)
Stephane Grappelli (vln) George Shearing (p) unknown el-g, b, Dave Fullerton (d,vcl) Beryl Davis (vcl)
December 8
DR-7927-2 Decca, F-8392 MP3
John Kirby And Orchestra Campus  (New York, 1946)
Clarence Brereton (tp) Buster Bailey (cl) Russell Procope (as) Billy Kyle (p) John Kirby (b) Bill Beason (d) Shirley Moore (vcl)
April 26
D-371 Disc, 5043 MP3
Blue Lu Barker With Orchestra Leave My Man Alone  (Los Angeles, 1948)
Blue Lu Barker (vcl) acc by Shad Collins (tp) Teddy McRae (ts) Norman Lester (p) Danny Barker (g) Ernest Williamson (b) unknown (d) unknown (tb-1)
December 6
3538-1 Capitol, 15347 MP3
Billy Butterfield's Orchestra Singin' The Blues  (1956)
Billy Butterfield (tpt solos) Bernie Glow, Tony Faso, Jimmy Nottingham (tpts) Lou McGarity, Cutty Cutshall (tbns) Boomie Richman, Danny Bank, Toots Mondello, Nick Caiazza (saxes) Hank D' Amico (cl)Jack Lesberg (b) Mickey Carrano (p) Dottie Smith (vocal, if any)
(New York, December 5th, 7th and 10th, 1956). Copied from an original 1957 vinyl pressing of the album ''They're Playing Our Song''
G2JP-9757-1 Rca Victor, LPM-1441 MP3
Dave Brubeck And Jimmy Rushing You Can Depend On Me  (New York, 1960)
Paul Desmond (as) Dave Brubeck (p) Eugene Wright (b) Joe Morello (d) Jimmy Rushing (vcl)
February 16, 1960
CO63077 Columbia, CL1553 MP3
FLAC
Don Jacoby & The College All-stars The End Of A Love Affair  (1962)
Trumpet solos are by Don Jacoby
All arrangements are by Glenn Osser Copied from a vinyl pressing of the album ''Swinging Big Sound''
Decca, DL-4241 MP3
Don Jacoby & The College All-stars Let Me Love You  (1962)
Trumpet solos are by Don Jacoby
All arrangements are by Glenn Osser Copied from a vinyl pressing of the album ''Swinging Big Sound''
Decca, DL-4241 MP3

Friday 12th of December 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Wolverine Orchestra I Need Some Pettin'.'  (Richmond, Ind., 1924)
Bix Beiderbecke (cnt) Jimmy Hartwell (cl) George Johnson (ts) Dick Voynow (p,ldr) Bob Gillette (bj) Min Leibrook (tu) Vic Moore (d)
June 20
11930-B Gennett, 20062 MP3
Wolverine Orchestra Big Boy  (New York, 1924)
Bix Beiderbecke (cnt,p-1) Jimmy Hartwell (cl,as) George Johnson (ts) Dick Voynow (p) Bob Gillette (bj) Min Leibrook (tu) Vic Moore (d)
October 8
9116 Gennett, 5565 MP3
Fletcher Henderson & The Connie's Inn Orchestra The ''house Of David'' Blues  (1931)
Fletcher Henderson (p) Russell Smith, Rex Stewart, Bobby Stark (tpts) Bennie Morton, Claude Jones (tbns) Russell Procope (as & c) Edgar Sampson (as & v) Coleman Hawkins (ts & c) John Kirby (tuba) Walter Johnson (d)
French release number Recorded in New York, 7/17/1931
E36926A Brunswick, A-500191 MP3
Blue Lu Barker With Danny Barker's Fly Cats You're Going To Leave The Old Home Jim  (New York, 1938)
Blue Lu Barker (vcl) [aka Blue Lou Barker (vcl) ] acc by Henry "Red" Allen (tp) Buster Bailey (cl) Sammy Price (p) Danny Barker (g) Wellman Braud (b) Paul Barbarin (d)
August 11
64432-A Decca, 7560 MP3
Stephane Grappelly And His Quartet Star Eyes  (London, 1943)
Stephane Grappelli (vln) George Shearing (p) unknown el-g, b, Dave Fullerton (d,vcl) Beryl Davis (vcl)
October 6
DR-7728-2 Decca, F-8375 MP3
Joe Sullivan Joe's Chimes  (New York, 1945)
December 9
F-126 Disc, 6004 MP3
Blue Lu Barker With Orchestra What Did You Do To Me  (Los Angeles, 1948)
Blue Lu Barker (vcl) acc by Shad Collins (tp) Teddy McRae (ts) Norman Lester (p) Danny Barker (g) Ernest Williamson (b) unknown (d) unknown (tb-1)
October 26
3527-2 Capitol, 15308 MP3
Charlie Ventura F. Y. I.  (Chicago, 1948)
Norman Faye (tp) Bennie Green (tb) Charlie Ventura (ts,bar) Ben Ventura (bar) Roy Kral (p,vcl) Gus Cole (b) or Chubby Jackson (b) Ed Shaughnessy (d) Jackie Cain (vcl)
October
NSC383 National, 9087 MP3

Thursday 11th of December 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Clarence Williams And His Orchestra After Tonight.'  (New York, 1933)
Ed Allen (cnt,vcl) Cecil Scott (cl) Clarence Williams (p,vcl) Floyd Casey (wbd) unknown g-1
September 1
13936-1 Vocalion, 2736 MP3
Stephane Grappelly And His Quintet Weep No More, My Lady  (London, 1943)
Stephane Grappelli (vln) George Shearing (p) Noel "Chappie" D'Amato, Joe Deniz (g) Tommy Bromley (b) Dave Fullerton (d) Beryl Davis (vcl)
July 7
DR-7386-2 Decca, F-8333 MP3
Charlie Ventura Sextet C.v. Jump  (Los Angeles, 1945)
Howard McGhee (tp) Charlie Ventura (ts) Arnold Ross (p) Dave Barbour (g) Artie Shapiro (b) Nick Fatool (d)
March 1
SRC108-2 Sunset, 10054 MP3
Cootie Williams And His Orchestra Jitterbug Serenade  (New York, 1945)
Cootie Williams, Ermit V. Perry, George Treadwell, Billy Ford, Gene Redd (tp) Ed Burke, Danny Logan, Bob Horton (tb) Rupert Cole (as) Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson (as,vcl) Sam "The Man" Taylor, Lee Pope (ts) George Favors (bar) Arnold Jarvis (p) Carl Pruitt (b) Sylvester "Vess" Payne (d)
May 29
666-2 Capitol, MP3
Joe Sullivan Only A Dream  (New York, 1945)
prob. late 1945
Folkways, FA 2851 MP3
Joe Sullivan Fidgety Feet  (New York, 1945)
December 9
F-127 Disc, 6003 MP3
John Kirby And His Orchestra I Could Make You Love Me  (New York, 1946)
Clarence Brereton (tp) Buster Bailey (cl) Russell Procope (as) Billy Kyle (p) John Kirby (b) Bill Beason (d) Sarah Vaughan (vcl)
January 9
BL-20 Crown, 118 MP3
Louis Jordan And His Tympany Five Lovie Joe  (New York, 1940)
Courtney Williams (tp) Louis Jordan (cl,as,bar,vcl,talking) Kenneth Hollon (vcl) Clarence Johnson (p,talking) Charlie Drayton (b) Walter Martin (d,tymp) Daisy Winchester, Mabel Robinson (vcl) prob.
March 13
W67309-A Decca, 7745 MP3

Wednesday 10th of December 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Chicago Loopers Three Blind Mice.'  (New York, 1927)
Bix Beiderbecke (cnt) Don Murray (cl,ts) Frankie Trumbauer (c-mel) Frank Signorelli (p) Eddie Lang (g) or unknown (g) Vic Berton (d, harpophone) Deep River Quintet (vcl) Willard Robison (ldr)
October 20-26
1and-3 Pathé Actuelle, 35729 MP3
Clarence Williams And His Orchestra Breeze (blow My Baby Back To Me)  (New York, 1933)
Ed Allen (cnt,vcl) Cecil Scott (cl) Clarence Williams (p,vcl) Floyd Casey (wbd)
August 18
13838-1 Vocalion, 2541 MP3
Stephane Grappelly And His Quartet Heavenly Music  (London, 1943)
Stephane Grappelli (vln) George Shearing (p) unknown el-g, b, Dave Fullerton (d,vcl) Beryl Davis (vcl)
October 6
DR-7729-2 Decca, F-8375 MP3
Stephane Grappelly And His Quartet My Heart Tells Me  (London, 1943)
Stephane Grappelli (vln) George Shearing (p) unknown el-g, b, Dave Fullerton (d,vcl) Beryl Davis (vcl)
December 8
DR-7928-2 Decca, F-8392 MP3
Joe Sullivan 24 Hours At Booth's  (Los Angeles, 1945)
March 18
SRC-100 Sunset, 100-53 MP3
Charlie Ventura And His Combo East Of Suez  (Chicago, 1947)
Kai Winding (tb) Charlie Ventura (ts) Lou Stein (p) Bob Carter (b) Shelly Manne (d) Buddy Stewart (vcl)
September 11
NSC267 National, 9048 MP3
Johnny Moore's Three Blazers Lonesome Blues  (Los Angeles, 1947)
Charles Brown-p-v, Johnny Moore, Oscar Moore-g, Eddie Williams-b
EXC-1155-5 Exclusive, 53 MP3
The Dukes Of Dixieland My Blue Heaven  (1959)
Betty Owens ''The Duchess'' (vocal) Frank Assunto (tpt) 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 Phenomenal Dukes of Dixieland'' Volume 2 Betty Owens was married to Fred Assunto until his death from a heart attack in 1966 at the age of 36
Audio Fidelity, AFSD-5840 MP3

Tuesday 09th of December 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Clarence Williams And His Orchestra Black Eyed Susan Brown.'  (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
13544-1 Vocalion, 25009 MP3
Stephane Grappelly And His Quintet Stardust  (London, 1943)
Stephane Grappelli (vln) George Shearing (p) Dave Fullerton (d,vcl) unknown bar, g and b
January 28
DR-7189-2 Decca, F-8451 MP3
Charlie Ventura Sextet Ghost Of A Chance  (Los Angeles, 1945)
Howard McGhee (tp) Charlie Ventura (ts) Arnold Ross (p) Dave Barbour (g) Artie Shapiro (b) Nick Fatool (d)
March 1
SRC106 Sunset, 10051 MP3
Joe Sullivan Keepin' Out Of Mischief Now  (New York, 1945)
prob. late 1945
Folkways, FA 2851 MP3
Joe Sullivan Quintette Night And Day  (Los Angeles, 1945)
Archie Rosati (cl) Joe Sullivan (p) Ulysses Livingston (g) Artie Shapiro (b) Zutty Singleton (d)
April 1
SRC-102 Sunset, 100-50 MP3
Cootie Williams And His Orchestra I Love You, Yes I Do  (New York, 1947)
Cootie Williams, Bob Merrill (tp,vcl) Rupert Cole (as,cl) Weasel Parker (ts) Arnold Jarvis (p) Mundell Lowe (g) Leonard Swain (b) Sylvester "Vess" Payne (d) Eddie Mack, Billy Matthews, The Balladeers (vcl)
December 27
1587 Mercury, 8073 MP3
Charlie Ventura I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles  (Chicago, 1948)
Norman Faye (tp) Bennie Green (tb) Charlie Ventura (ts,bar) Ben Ventura (bar) Roy Kral (p,vcl) Gus Cole (b) or Chubby Jackson (b) Ed Shaughnessy (d) Jackie Cain (vcl)
October
NSC389 National, 9057 MP3
Charlie Ventura Flamingo  (New York, 1949)
Conte Candoli (tp,vcl) Bennie Green (tb,vcl) Charlie Ventura (ts,bar,vcl) Boots Mussulli (as,bar) Roy Kral (p,vcl) Kenny O'Brien (b) Ed Shaughnessy (d) Jackie Cain (vcl)
Live "Royal Roost", April 7
D9VB469 Victor, 20-3635 MP3

Monday 08th of December 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Thomas Morris And His Seven Hot Babies Georgia Grind.'  (New York, 1926)
Tom Morris (cnt) Jabbo Smith (tp) Geechie Fields (tb) Ernest Elliott (cl,ts,bar) Happy Caldwell (cl,ts) Mike Jackson (p,vcl) Lee Blair (bj) Bill Benford (tu)
August 17
36047-3 Victor, 20180 MP3
Blue Lu Barker With Danny Barker's Fly Cats You Ain't Had No Blues  (New York, 1939)
Blue Lu Barker (vcl) acc by Charlie Shavers (tp) Buster Bailey (cl) Lil Armstrong (p) Ulysses Livingston (g) Wellman Braud (b) O'Neil Spencer (d)
August 30
66245-A Decca, 7648 MP3
Stephane Grappelly And His Quintet That Old Black Magic  (London, 1943)
Stephane Grappelli (vln) George Shearing (p) Noel "Chappie" D'Amato, Joe Deniz (g) Tommy Bromley (b) Dave Fullerton (d) Beryl Davis (vcl)
July 7
DR-7389-2 Decca, F-8333 MP3
Charlie Ventura Quartet Charlie Comes On  (New York, 1945)
Charlie Ventura (ts) Arnold Ross (p) John Levy (b) Specs Powell (d)
August 24
S5832 Savoy, 633 MP3
Charlie Ventura And His New Orchestra Can't Help Lovin' That Man  (New York, 1946)
Fern Caron, Stan Fishelson, Al Stearns, Jack Palmer (tp) Bob Ascher, Leo Cecchi, Al Lorraine, Bennie Green (tb) Charlie Ventura (as,ts) Aaron Sachs (cl,as) Murray Williams (as) Danny Cappi, Barney Marino (ts) Tony Ferina (bar) Tony Aless (p) Clyde Lombardi (b) Stan Levey (d) Marianne Dunn, Jack Palmer (vcl) Neal Hefti (arr-1) Stanley Baum (arr-2)
October 18
NSC180 National, 9097 MP3
Charlie Ventura And His New Orchestra I'll Never Be The Same  (New York, 1946)
Fern Caron, Stan Fishelson, Al Stearns, Jack Palmer (tp) Bob Ascher, Leo Cecchi, Al Lorraine, Bennie Green (tb) Charlie Ventura (as,ts) Aaron Sachs (cl,as) Murray Williams (as) Danny Cappi, Barney Marino (ts) Tony Ferina (bar) Tony Aless (p) Clyde Lombardi (b) Stan Levey (d) Marianne Dunn, Jack Palmer (vcl) Neal Hefti (arr-1) Stanley Baum (arr-2)
October 18
NSC184 National, 9048 MP3
Cootie Williams And His Orchestra Stingy Blues  (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
907-1 Capitol, 15164 MP3
Charlie Ventura Euphoria  (Chicago, 1948)
Norman Faye (tp) Bennie Green (tb) Charlie Ventura (ts,bar) Ben Ventura (bar) Roy Kral (p,vcl) Gus Cole (b) or Chubby Jackson (b) Ed Shaughnessy (d) Jackie Cain (vcl)
October
NSC381 National, 9055 MP3

Sunday 07th of December 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Clarence Williams And His Orchestra Harlem Rhythm Dance.'  (New York, 1933)
Ed Allen (cnt,vcl) Cecil Scott (cl) Clarence Williams (p,vcl) Ikey Robinson (bj,g) Cyrus St. Clair (tu) unknown g-1
November 10
14291-2 Vocalion, 2602 MP3
Midge Williams And Her Jazz Jesters Oh! Miss Hannah  (New York, 1937)
Midge Williams (vcl) acc by Billy Hicks (tp) Fernando Arbello (tb) Edmond Hall (cl) Cyril Haynes (p) Leroy Jones (g) Al Hall (b) Arnold Boling (d)
July 9
M-556-2 Variety, 639 MP3
Stephane Grappelly And His Quartet Dinah  (London, 1941)
Stephane Grappelli (vln) George Shearing (p) Jack Llewellyn (g) George Gibbs (b) Dave Fullerton (d)
April 9
DR-5579-1 Decca, F-7865 MP3
Charlie Ventura Sextet Tammy's Dream  (New York, 1945)
Buck Clayton (tp) Charlie Ventura (ts) Billy Rowland (p) Ed Yance (g) Al Hall (b) Specs Powell (d)
August 15
NSC446(T14) B & W, 38 MP3
John Kirby And Orchestra Freedom Blues  (New York, 1946)
Clarence Brereton (tp) Buster Bailey (cl) Russell Procope (as) Billy Kyle (p) John Kirby (b) Bill Beason (d) Shirley Moore (vcl)
April 26
10-A Baronet, TR1 MP3
Cootie Williams And His Orchestra I Can't Get Started  (New York, 1947)
Cootie Williams, Ermit V. Perry, Otis Gamble, Billy Ford (tp) Bob Merrill (tp,vcl) Billy Matthews (vcl) Gene Redd (tp,vib-1) Ed Burke, Edward Johnson, Julius Watson (tb) Daniel Williams, Rupert Cole (as) Chuck Clark, Edwin Johnson (ts) Bob Ashton (bar) Arnold Jarvis (p) Norman Keenan (b) Butch Ballard (d)
early 1947
T-1126 Majestic, 1136 MP3
Johnny Moore's Three Blazers Scratch Sheet  (Los Angeles, 1948)
Charles Brown-p-v, Johnny Moore, Oscar Moore-g, Eddie Williams-b
EXC-1181-6 Exclusive, 259 MP3
Cootie Williams And His Orchestra I'm Beginning To See The Light  (New York, 1945)
Cootie Williams, Harold "Money" Johnson, Ermit V. Perry, George Treadwell (tp) Ed Burke, Bob Horton (tb) Rupert Cole, Frank Powell (as) Lee Pope, Sam "The Man" Taylor (ts) Eddie De Verteuil (bar) Arnold Jarvis (p) Leroy Kirkland (g) Carl Pruitt (b) Sylvester "Vess" Payne (d) Tony Warren (vcl)
February 26
T-504 Hit Of The Week, 7131 MP3

Saturday 06th of December 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Charlie Ventura And His New Orchestra Annie Annie Over.'  (New York, 1946)
Fern Caron, Stan Fishelson, Al Stearns, Jack Palmer (tp) Bob Ascher, Leo Cecchi, Al Lorraine, Bennie Green (tb) Charlie Ventura (as,ts) Aaron Sachs (cl,as) Murray Williams (as) Danny Cappi, Barney Marino (ts) Tony Ferina (bar) Tony Aless (p) Clyde Lombardi (b) Stan Levey (d) Marianne Dunn, Jack Palmer (vcl) Neal Hefti (arr-1) Stanley Baum (arr-2)
October 18
NSC185 National, 9097 MP3
Charlie Ventura Sextet Charlie Boy  (Los Angeles, 1946)
Barney Bigard (cl) Charlie Ventura (ts) Milt Raskin (p) Allen Reuss (g) Red Callender (b) Nick Fatool (d)
April 12
A4775 Crystalette, 620 MP3

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