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Friday 18th of April 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, Peggy Lee & Trudy Stevens With Joseph Lilley's Orchestra. Snow.'  (1954)
A reconstruction in Decca Studios of songs from the Paramount Picture, "White Christmas". Reissued on vinyl in 1974 as MCA-7151 in Japan. Copied from same.
Decca, DL-8083 MP3
Duke Ellington Mood Indigo  (1950)
Yvonne Lanauze (vo), Shorty Baker, Mercer Ellington, Fats Ford, Cat Anderson, Ray Nance, Nelson Williams (tp), Lawrence Brown, Tyree Glenn (tb), Johnny Hodges (as), Jimmy Hamilton (cl, ts), Russell Procope (cl, as), Paul Gonsalvez (ts), Harry Carney (bar), Duke Ellington, Billy Strayhorn (p), Wendell Marshall (sb), Sonny Greer (dm)
The original Columbia album was Ellington’s first 12 inch LP
C044750-1 Columbia, CK87043 MP3
Duke Ellington The Wailer  (1960)
Fats Ford, Willie Cook, Ed Mullens, Gerald Wilson (tp), Ray Nance (tp, vn), Britt Woodman, Booty Wood, Lawrence Brown (tb), Jimmy Hamilton (cl, ts), Russell Procope (cl, as), Johnny Hodges (as), Paul Gonsalves (ts), Harry Carney (cl, bcl, bar), Duke Ellington (p), Aaron Bell (sb), Sam Woodyard (dm)
RHC046713-5 Columbia, CK87107 MP3
Duke Ellington Cafe Au Lait Outtakes (mono)  (1957)
Duke Ellington (P), Ray Nance, Willie Cook, Cat Anderson, Clark Terry (T), Britt Woodman, Quentin Jackson, John Sanders (Tb), Paul Gonzalves, Jimmy Hamilton (Ts), Russell Procope, Johnny Hodges (As), Harry Carney (Bs), Jimmy Woode (B), Sam Woodyard (D)
C057014 Columbia/legacy, CK65568 MP3
Eddie Peabody (electric Banjoline) With His Ensemble Till We Meet Again  (1963)
This instrument, invented by Peabody in 1956, is capable of sounding like mandolins, Hawaiian or Spanish Guitars and percussion. It was first manufactured by Vega. Later versions followed from Fender and Rickenbacker. Copied from an original 1963 vinyl pressing of the album "Eddie Peabody plays Sm-o-o-o-thies".
Dot, DLP-25491 MP3
Lester Lanin's Orchestra Medley #11 - Do I Love You Because You Are Beautiful?, After You've Gone, Hawaiian War Chant  (1958)
From the album "Lester Lanin Goes to College".
Epic, LN-3474 MP3
New York Jazz Quartet I'm Alone On Sunday  (1957)
Herbie Mann (flute). Mat Mathews (accordion). Joe Puma (guitar). Whitey Mitchell (bass). Manuel Ramos & Teiji Ito (Latin percussion).
(New York, 2/20/57). From the album "The New York Jazz Quartet Goes Native". Reissued in 1961 as SAVOY MG-12175, "Gone Native". Copied from Savoy vinyl.
Elektra, 118 MP3
Ray Mckinley's Orchestra You Took Advantage Of Me  (1950)
Ray McKinley (vocals, drums); Mundell Lowe (guitar); Ray Beller (clarinet, alto sax); Sonny Salad, Bill Ainsworth (alto sax); Pete Terry (tenor sax); Deane Kincaide (bar sax); Joe Ferrante , Bobby Styles, Dave Bowman , Nick Travis (tpts); Jim Harwood (tenor tbn); Joe Cribari, Lou Stein (p); John Barnes Chance (b); Paul Kashishian (d)
(New York, 1/5/50). Reissued on vinyl in 1955 as RCA CAMDEN CAL-295, titled ''Ray McKinley - One Band, Two Styles''. Copied from an original vinyl disc.
E0VB-3045 Rca Victor, 20-3661-B MP3

Thursday 17th of April 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Duke Ellington Star Spangled Banner.'  (1956)
Willie Cook, Cat Anderson (tp), Quentin Kackson, Britt Woodman, Joe Sanders (tb), Johnny Hodges (as), Russell Procope (cl, as), Paul Gonsalvez (ts), Harry Carney (cl, bcl, bar), Duke Ellington (p), Al Lucas (sb), Sam Woodyard (dm)
Newport Jazz Festival
Columbia, C2K64932 MP3
Ida Cox & Her All Star Band Deep Sea Blues  (1939)
Ida Cox (vo) acc. by Hot Lips Page (tp), J.C. Higginbotham (tb), Edmond Hall (cl), James P. Johnson (p), Charlie Christian (el-g), Artie Bernstein (sb), Lionel Hampton (dm)
25509-1 Vocalion, 05336 MP3
Kay Starr With Van Alexander's Orchestra. I Never Knew  (1960)
From the album "Kay Starr - Jazz Singer".
Capitol, T-1438 MP3
Meade ''lux'' Lewis Fast Boogie  (1946)
piano solo
Live, JATP Concert, Los Angeles, CA, April 22, 1946
D267 Disc, 6020 MP3
Meade Lux Lewis Rising Tide Blues  (1941)
BN639 Blue Note, 22 MP3
Ralph Flanagan At The Piano Sail Along, Silvery Moon  (1958)
with unidentified Tenor Sax, Guitar, Bass & Drums.
From the album "They're Playing Our Song".
Imperial, LP-9053 MP3
The Combined Bands Of Charlie Barnet & Woody Herman More Moon  (1949)
(Rendezvous Ballroom, Balboa, CA, 7/30/49). From a series of radio transcriptions of the Jazz anthology series "One Night Stand", reissued by JOYCE in 1974. New melody line by Shorty Rogers based on the chord structure of "How High the Moon" by Morgan Lewis.
Joyce Record Club, LP-1012 MP3
Woody Herman's Band Lollypop  (1949)
Terry Gibbs (vocal & vibes). Shorty Rogers (vocal & tp). Woody Herman (cl). Sam Marowitz (as). Gene Ammons, Buddy Savit, Jimmy Giuffre (ts). Serge Chaloff (bs). Ernie Royal, Al Porcino, Stan Fishelson, Shorty Rogers, Charlie Walp (tp). Earl Swope, Bill Harris, Ollie Wilson, Bart Varsalona (tb). Lou Levy (p). Oscar Pettiford (b). Shelley Manne (d).
(Rendezvous Ballroom, Balboa, CA, 7/30/49). From a series of radio transcriptions of the Jazz anthology series "One Night Stand", reissued by JOYCE in 1974.
Joyce Record Club, LP-1012 MP3

Wednesday 16th of April 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Charlie Barnet's Band Claude Reigns.'  (1949)
Claude Williamson (piano). Charlie Barnet (alto, soprano & tenor sax). Vinnie Dean, Ruben Leon (as). Dick Hafer, Kurt Bloom (ts). Manny Albam (bs). Rolf Ericson, Doc Severinsen, Ray Wetzel, John Howell, Maynard Ferguson (tp). Obie Massengill, Dick Kenney, Kent Larson, Ken Martlock (tb). Claude Williamson (p). Eddie Safranski (b). Tiny Kahn (d). Carlos Vydal (conga).
(Rendezvous Ballroom, Balboa, CA, 7/30/49). From a series of radio transcriptions of the Jazz anthology series "One Night Stand", reissued by JOYCE in 1974.
Joyce Record Club, LP-1012 MP3
Duke Ellington Star-crossed Lovers (aka Pretty Girl) Stereo Lp Master  (1957)
Duke Ellington (P), Ray Nance, Willie Cook, Cat Anderson, Clark Terry (T), Britt Woodman, Quentin Jackson, John Sanders (Tb), Paul Gonzalves, Jimmy Hamilton (Ts), Russell Procope, Johnny Hodges (As), Harry Carney (Bs), Jimmy Woode (B), Sam Woodyard (D)
C0057015-1/3 Columbia/legacy, CK65568 MP3
Eddie Peabody (electric Banjoline) With His Ensemble Cuddle Up A Little Closer  (1963)
This instrument, invented by Peabody in 1956, is capable of sounding like mandolins, Hawaiian or Spanish Guitars and percussion. It was first manufactured by Vega. Later versions followed from Fender and Rickenbacker. Copied from an original 1963 vinyl pressing of the album "Eddie Peabody plays Sm-o-o-o-thies".
Dot, DLP-25491 MP3
Eddie Peabody (electric Banjoline) With His Ensemble Jealous  (1963)
This instrument, invented by Peabody in 1956, is capable of sounding like mandolins, Hawaiian or Spanish Guitars and percussion. It was first manufactured by Vega. Later versions followed from Fender and Rickenbacker. Copied from an original 1963 vinyl pressing of the album "Eddie Peabody plays Sm-o-o-o-thies".
Dot, DLP-25491 MP3
Lester Lanin's Orchestra. Carioca  (1958)
From the album "Lester Lanin Goes to College".
Epic, LN-3474 MP3
New York Jazz Quartet Joe Blow  (1957)
Herbie Mann (flute). Mat Mathews (accordion). Joe Puma (guitar). Whitey Mitchell (bass). Manuel Ramos & Teiji Ito (Latin percussion).
(New York, 2/20/57). From the album "The New York Jazz Quartet Goes Native". Reissued in 1961 as SAVOY MG-12175, "Gone Native". Copied from Savoy vinyl.
Elektra, 118 MP3
Roger Williams With Marty Gold's Orchestra. Maybe  (1958)
From the album "Roger Williams Plays Gershwin".
Kapp, K-1088-S MP3
Sam Collins It Won't Be Long  (1927)
Sam Collins vcl, acc by own guitar
c. September 17, 1927
13049-A Gennett, 6379 MP3

Tuesday 15th of April 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Bing Crosby With Joseph Lilley's Orchestra. What Can You Do With A General?.'  (1954)
A reconstruction in Decca Studios of songs from the Paramount Picture, "White Christmas". Reissued on vinyl in 1974 as MCA-7151 in Japan. Copied from same.
Decca, DL-8083 MP3
Connee Boswell & The Original Memphis Five All Of Me  (1957)
James Lytell (leader & clarinet). Billy Butterfield (tpt). Milford ''Miff'' Mole (tbn). Frank Signorelli (p). Eugene Traxler (b). Anthony Sbarbaro (d)
Copied from an original 1957 vinyl pressing of the album ''Connee Boswell and the Original Memphis Five in Hi-Fi''.
Rca Victor, LPM-1426 MP3
Danny Kaye & The Skylarks With Joseph Lilley's Orchestra. The Best Things Happen While You're Dancing  (1954)
A reconstruction in Decca Studios of songs from the Paramount Picture, "White Christmas". Reissued on vinyl in 1974 as MCA-7151 in Japan. Copied from same.
Decca, DL-8083 MP3
Harry Zimmerman's Big Band On, Wisconsin  (1956)
Conrad Gozzo, Ray Lynn, Mickey Mangano, Jimmy Salko (tpts). Joe Howard, Herbie Harper, Jerry Rosa, Marshall Cram (tbns). Willie Schwartz, Ted Nash, Jules Kinsler, Eddie Rosa, Jules Jacob, Marty Berman, Pete Terry, Dale Issenhuth, (reeds & piccoli). Stanley Robleski, Dave Wells (baritones). Sam Cheifetz, Phil Stevens (tubas). Irving Cottler, Lou Singer, Ralph Hansel, Charlie Price (percussion)
This copy is from a Stereophonic Disc reissue from 1958. Recorded in a gymnasium in Hollywood.
Hi-fi Record, SR-602 MP3
Judy Garland I Can't Give You Anything But Love  (1961)
with Mort Lindsey's Orchestra
(Carnegie Hall, New York, Sunday, April 23, 1961, 8:30 p.m.). Copied from original 1961 vinyl pressings of the album ''Judy Garland at Carnegie Hall''.
Capitol, SWBO-1569 MP3
Luis Russell And His Orchestra High Tension  (1930)
Luis Russell (p,dir), Henry, Otis Johnson (tp) J.C. Higginbotham (tb) Albert Nicholas (cl,ss,as) Charlie Holmes (ss,as) Greely Walton (ts) Will Johnson (bj,g) Pops Foster (b) Paul Barbarin (d)
New York, September 5, 1930
404430-B Okeh, 8849 MP3
Tony Scott's Orchestra Walkin'  (1956)
Tony Scott (clar). Sahib Shihab, Gigi Gryce, Frank Wess, Zoot Sims, Danny Bank, Frank Foster, Charles Fowlkes (saxes). Jimmy Nottingham, Bernie Glow, Clark Terry, Joe Newman, Thad Jones, John Carisi, Wendell Culley, Jimmy Maxwell (tpts). Henry Coker, Quentin Jackson, Sonny Truitt, Bill Hughes, Benny Powell (tbns). Bill Evans (p). Milt Hinton or Leslie Grinage (b). Freddie Green (g). Osie Johnson or Paul Motion (d).
(Webster Hall, New York, December, 1956). Copied from an original 1957 vinyl pressing of the album "The Complete Tony Scott".
Rca Victor, LPM-1452 MP3
Woody Herman's Band Four Brothers  (1949)
Woody Herman (cl). Sam Marowitz (as). Gene Ammons, Buddy Savit, Jimmy Giuffre (ts). Serge Chaloff (bs). Ernie Royal, Al Porcino, Stan Fishelson, Shorty Rogers, Charlie Walp (tp). Earl Swope, Bill Harris, Ollie Wilson, Bart Varsalona (tb). Terry Gibbs (vibes). Lou Levy (p). Oscar Pettiford (b). Shelley Manne (d).
(Rendezvous Ballroom, Balboa, CA, 7/30/49). From a series of radio transcriptions of the Jazz anthology series "One Night Stand", reissued by JOYCE in 1974.
Joyce Record Club, LP-1012 MP3

Monday 14th of April 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Charlie Barnet's Band Ill Wind.'  (1949)
Trudy Richards (vocal). Charlie Barnet (alto, soprano & tenor sax). Vinnie Dean, Ruben Leon (as). Dick Hafer, Kurt Bloom (ts). Manny Albam (bs). Rolf Ericson, Doc Severinsen, Ray Wetzel, John Howell, Maynard Ferguson (tp). Obie Massengill, Dick Kenney, Kent Larson, Ken Martlock (tb). Claude Williamson (p). Eddie Safranski (b). Tiny Kahn (d). Carlos Vydal (conga).
(Rendezvous Ballroom, Balboa, CA, 7/30/49). From a series of radio transcriptions of the Jazz anthology series "One Night Stand", reissued by JOYCE in 1974.
Joyce Record Club, LP-1012 MP3
Count Basie's Orchestra & Duke Ellington's Orchestra Wild Man  (1961)
(New York, July 6-7, 1961). Copied from an original 1962 vinyl pressing of the album "First Time! - The Count Meets the Duke". Count Basie's Orchestra (left channel) & Duke Ellington's Orchestra (right channel)
Columbia, CS-8515 MP3
Duke Ellington Sonnet For Sister Kate  (1957)
Duke Ellington (P), Ray Nance, Willie Cook, Cat Anderson, Clark Terry (T), Britt Woodman, Quentin Jackson, John Sanders (Tb), Paul Gonzalves, Jimmy Hamilton (Ts), Russell Procope, Johnny Hodges (As), Harry Carney (Bs), Jimmy Woode (B), Sam Woodyard (D)
C057715-2 Columbia, CL1033 MP3
Luis Russell And His Orchestra Saratoga Shout  (1930)
Luis Russel (p-dir.) Henry Allen -Otis Johnson (t) J.C. Higginbotham (tb) Nicholas (cl-as) Charlie Holmes (ss-as) Teddy Hil (ts) Will Johnson (bj-g) Pops Foster (sb) Paul Barbarin (cl-vlb)
New York, January 24, 1930
403680-A Okeh, 8780 MP3
Meade ''lux'' Lewis Pinetop's Boogie Woogie  (1951)
Israel Crosby (b) Frank Williams (d)
Chicago, December 4, 1951
A719 Atlantic, 133 MP3
Meade ''lux'' Lewis Jumpin' With Pete  (1951)
Israel Crosby (b) Frank Williams (d)
Chicago, December 4, 1951
A712 Atlantic, 133 MP3
Ralph Flanagan At The Piano Margie  (1958)
with unidentified Tenor Sax, Guitar, Bass & Drums.
From the album "They're Playing Our Song".
Imperial, LP-9053 MP3
Ralph Flanagan At The Piano Whispering  (1958)
with unidentified Tenor Sax, Guitar, Bass & Drums.
From the album "They're Playing Our Song".
Imperial, LP-9053 MP3

Sunday 13th of April 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Count Basie's Orchestra & Duke Ellington's Orchestra Battle Royal.'  (1961)
(New York, July 6-7, 1961). Copied from an original 1962 vinyl pressing of the album "First Time! - The Count Meets the Duke". Count Basie's Orchestra (left channel) & Duke Ellington's Orchestra (right channel)
Columbia, CS-8515 MP3
Kay Starr With Van Alexander's Orchestra. My Honey's Lovin' Arms  (1960)
From the album "Kay Starr - Jazz Singer".
Capitol, T-1438 MP3
Luis Russell And His Orchestra Goin' To Town  (1931)
Henry ''Red" Allen (tp,vcl) Robert Cheek, Gus Aiken (tp) Dicky Wells (tb) Albert Nicholas (cl,as) Henry Jones (as) Greely Walton (ts) Luis Russell (p,dir) Will Johnson (g) Pops Foster (b) Paul Barbarin (d,vib) Chick Bullock (vcl)
New York, August 28, 1931
70196-1 Victor, 22789 MP3
Luis Russell's Heebie Jeebie Stompers Plantation Joys  (1926)
Bob Shoffner (cnt) Preston Jackson (tb) Darnell Howard (cl,as) Barney Bigard (ts) Luis Russell (p) Johnny St. Cyr (bj)
Chicago, November 17, 1926
9903-A Okeh, 8424 MP3
Tony Scott's Orchestra I Surrender Dear  (1956)
Tony Scott (clar). Sahib Shihab, Gigi Gryce, Frank Wess, Zoot Sims, Danny Bank, Frank Foster, Charles Fowlkes (saxes). Jimmy Nottingham, Bernie Glow, Clark Terry, Joe Newman, Thad Jones, John Carisi, Wendell Culley, Jimmy Maxwell (tpts). Henry Coker, Quentin Jackson, Sonny Truitt, Bill Hughes, Benny Powell (tbns). Bill Evans (p). Milt Hinton or Leslie Grinage (b). Freddie Green (g). Osie Johnson or Paul Motion (d).
(Webster Hall, New York, December, 1956). Copied from an original 1957 vinyl pressing of the album "The Complete Tony Scott".
Rca Victor, LPM-1452 MP3
Tony Scott's Orchestra Just One Of Those Things  (1956)
Tony Scott (clar). Sahib Shihab, Gigi Gryce, Frank Wess, Zoot Sims, Danny Bank, Frank Foster, Charles Fowlkes (saxes). Jimmy Nottingham, Bernie Glow, Clark Terry, Joe Newman, Thad Jones, John Carisi, Wendell Culley, Jimmy Maxwell (tpts). Henry Coker, Quentin Jackson, Sonny Truitt, Bill Hughes, Benny Powell (tbns). Bill Evans (p). Milt Hinton or Leslie Grinage (b). Freddie Green (g). Osie Johnson or Paul Motion (d).
(Webster Hall, New York, December, 1956). Copied from an original 1957 vinyl pressing of the album "The Complete Tony Scott".
Rca Victor, LPM-1452 MP3
Tony Scott's Orchestra Skylark  (1956)
Tony Scott (clar). Sahib Shihab, Gigi Gryce, Frank Wess, Zoot Sims, Danny Bank, Frank Foster, Charles Fowlkes (saxes). Jimmy Nottingham, Bernie Glow, Clark Terry, Joe Newman, Thad Jones, John Carisi, Wendell Culley, Jimmy Maxwell (tpts). Henry Coker, Quentin Jackson, Sonny Truitt, Bill Hughes, Benny Powell (tbns). Bill Evans (p). Milt Hinton or Leslie Grinage (b). Freddie Green (g). Osie Johnson or Paul Motion (d).
(Webster Hall, New York, December, 1956). Copied from an original 1957 vinyl pressing of the album "The Complete Tony Scott".
Rca Victor, LPM-1452 MP3
Tony Scott's Orchestra Under A Blanket Of Blue  (1956)
Tony Scott (clar). Sahib Shihab, Gigi Gryce, Frank Wess, Zoot Sims, Danny Bank, Frank Foster, Charles Fowlkes (saxes). Jimmy Nottingham, Bernie Glow, Clark Terry, Joe Newman, Thad Jones, John Carisi, Wendell Culley, Jimmy Maxwell (tpts). Henry Coker, Quentin Jackson, Sonny Truitt, Bill Hughes, Benny Powell (tbns). Bill Evans (p). Milt Hinton or Leslie Grinage (b). Freddie Green (g). Osie Johnson or Paul Motion (d).
(Webster Hall, New York, December, 1956). Copied from an original 1957 vinyl pressing of the album "The Complete Tony Scott".
Rca Victor, LPM-1452 MP3

Saturday 12th of April 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Dizzy Gillespie's Orchestra Oo-pop-pa-da.'  (1948)
Dizzy Gillespie, Dave Burns, Willie Cook, Elmon Wright (tpts), Jesse Tarrant, Bill Sheperd (tbns), Ernie Henry, John Brown (as), James Moody, Joe Gayles (ts), Cecil Payne (bs), James Forman (p), Nelson Boyd (b), Chano Pozo (bongos, congas), Teddy Stewart (d), Kenneth Hagood (supplemental vocal)
(Italia) (Royal Roost, New York, 10/2/48). From the album ''Afro-Cuban-Bop at the Royal Roost''.
Durium-cicala, BLJ-8028 MP3
Duke Ellington Cafe Au Lait Preferred Take  (1957)
Duke Ellington (P), Ray Nance, Willie Cook, Cat Anderson, Clark Terry (T), Britt Woodman, Quentin Jackson, John Sanders (Tb), Paul Gonzalves, Jimmy Hamilton (Ts), Russell Procope, Johnny Hodges (As), Harry Carney (Bs), Jimmy Woode (B), Sam Woodyard (D)
C057514 Columbia/legacy, CK65568 MP3
Eddie Peabody (electric Banjoline) With His Ensemble Miss You  (1963)
This instrument, invented by Peabody in 1956, is capable of sounding like mandolins, Hawaiian or Spanish Guitars and percussion. It was first manufactured by Vega. Later versions followed from Fender and Rickenbacker. Copied from an original 1963 vinyl pressing of the album "Eddie Peabody plays Sm-o-o-o-thies".
Dot, DLP-25491 MP3
Lester Lanin's Orchestra Medley #7 - I'm In The Mood For Love, Moonglow, Tenderly, Sophisticated Swing  (1958)
From the album "Lester Lanin Goes to College".
Epic, LN-3474 MP3
Lester Lanin's Orchestra Medley #9 - Lester Lanin's Cha-cha-cha, Por Favor, Anything Can Happen  (1958)
From the album "Lester Lanin Goes to College".
Epic, LN-3474 MP3
Lester Lanin's Orchestra. Medley #2 - Blue Moon, Stardust, Sentimental Journey  (1958)
From the album "Lester Lanin Goes to College". The name of the College venue is not mentioned in the liner notes.
Epic, LN-3474 MP3
Lester Lanin's Orchestra. Medley #4 - Laura, Deep Purple, Tin Roof Blues  (1958)
From the album "Lester Lanin Goes to College".
Epic, LN-3474 MP3
Tony Scott's Orchestra The Lady Is A Tramp  (1956)
Tony Scott (clar). Sahib Shihab, Gigi Gryce, Frank Wess, Zoot Sims, Danny Bank, Frank Foster, Charles Fowlkes (saxes). Jimmy Nottingham, Bernie Glow, Clark Terry, Joe Newman, Thad Jones, John Carisi, Wendell Culley, Jimmy Maxwell (tpts). Henry Coker, Quentin Jackson, Sonny Truitt, Bill Hughes, Benny Powell (tbns). Bill Evans (p). Milt Hinton or Leslie Grinage (b). Freddie Green (g). Osie Johnson or Paul Motion (d).
(Webster Hall, New York, December, 1956). Copied from an original 1957 vinyl pressing of the album "The Complete Tony Scott".
Rca Victor, LPM-1452 MP3

Friday 11th of April 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Duke Ellington Diminuendo In Blue And Crescendo In Blue.'  (1956)
Clark Terry, Cat Anderson, Willie Cook, Ray Nance (tp), Quentin Kackson, Britt Woodman, Joe Sanders (tb), Jimmy Hamilton (cl, as), Johnny Hodges (as), Russell Procope (cl, as), Paul Gonsalvez (ts), Harry Carney (cl, bcl, bar), Duke Ellington (p), Jim Woode (sb), Sam Woodyard (dm)
Newport Jazz Festival
C056806 Columbia, C2K64932 MP3
Eddie Peabody (electric Banjoline) With His Ensemble Talking To The Moon  (1963)
This instrument, invented by Peabody in 1956, is capable of sounding like mandolins, Hawaiian or Spanish Guitars and percussion. It was first manufactured by Vega. Later versions followed from Fender and Rickenbacker. Copied from an original 1963 vinyl pressing of the album "Eddie Peabody plays Sm-o-o-o-thies".
Dot, DLP-25491 MP3
Glenn Miller And His Orchestra Why'd Ya Make Me Fall In Love?  (1938)
Johnny Austin, Bob Price, Gasparre Rebito (tp) Glenn Miller, Brad Jenny, Al Mastren (tb) Hal McIntyre, Wilbur Schwartz (cl,as) [aka Willie Schwartz (cl,as) ] Sol Kane (cl,as) Stanley Aronson (ts,cl) Tex Beneke (ts,vcl) Chummy MacGregor (p) Rollie Bundock (b) Bob Spangler (d) Gail Reese, Ray Eberle (vcl)
New York, May 23, 1938
22973-1 Brunswick, 8152 MP3
Kay Starr With Van Alexander's Orchestra. Breezin' Along With The Breeze  (1960)
From the album "Kay Starr - Jazz Singer".
Capitol, T-1438 MP3
Ralph Flanagan At The Piano Lisboa Antiga  (1958)
with unidentified Tenor Sax, Guitar, Bass & Drums.
From the album "They're Playing Our Song".
Imperial, LP-9053 MP3
Ralph Flanagan At The Piano Up The Lazy River  (1958)
with unidentified Tenor Sax, Guitar, Bass & Drums.
From the album "They're Playing Our Song".
Imperial, LP-9053 MP3
Roger Williams With Marty Gold's Orchestra. Someone To Watch Over Me  (1958)
From the album "Roger Williams Plays Gershwin".
Kapp, K-1088-S MP3
Stan Kenton Stan Kenton Interview At Intermission  (1949)
Stan Kenton in conversation with Tom Reddy, Charlie Barnet & Woody Herman.
(Rendezvous Ballroom, Balboa, CA, 7/30/49). From a series of radio transcriptions of the Jazz anthology series "One Night Stand", reissued by JOYCE in 1974.
Joyce Record Club, LP-1012 MP3

Thursday 10th of April 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Albert Ammons Untitled Lewis Original.'  (1939)
Albert Ammons (p) Meade Lux Lewis (p-1)
Mosaic, MR3-103 MP3
California Ramblers Five Foot Two, Eyes Of Blue  (1925)
Frank Cush, Roy Johnston (tp) Spiegle Willcox Elmer ''Bunny'' Drown (tb) (tb) Ed Stannard (as) Bobby Davis (cl,ss,as) Freddy Cusick (cl,ts) Adrian Rollini (bassax) Irving Brodsky (p) Tommy Feline (bj) Arthur Hand (vln) Stan King (d) Arthur Hall John Ryan (vcl) Ed Kirkeby (dir)
November 24, 1925
10693-A-B-C Edison, 51661 MP3
Duke Ellington Cong-go  (1961)
Duke Ellington (p), Aaron Bell (sb), SamWoodyard (dm)
RHC070021-1 Columbia, CK87042 MP3
Eddie Peabody (electric Banjoline) With His Ensemble Whispering  (1963)
This instrument, invented by Peabody in 1956, is capable of sounding like mandolins, Hawaiian or Spanish Guitars and percussion. It was first manufactured by Vega. Later versions followed from Fender and Rickenbacker. Copied from an original 1963 vinyl pressing of the album "Eddie Peabody plays Sm-o-o-o-thies".
Dot, DLP-25491 MP3
Peggy Lee (duet With Herself) With Joseph Lilley's Orchestra. Sisters  (1954)
A reconstruction in Decca Studios of songs from the Paramount Picture, "White Christmas". Reissued on vinyl in 1974 as MCA-7151 in Japan. Copied from same.
Decca, DL-8083 MP3
Ray Mckinley's Orchestra Harold In Italy  (1947)
(apparently unissued on 78-RPM shellac). Recorded in New York, 12/28/47. First issued on vinyl in 1955 as RCA CAMDEN CAL-295, titled ''One Band - Two Styles'', songs of Eddie Sauter and Rodgers & Hart.
D7VB-2922 Rca Victor, MP3
Tony Scott's Orchestra Moonlight Cocktail  (1956)
Tony Scott (clar). Sahib Shihab, Gigi Gryce, Frank Wess, Zoot Sims, Danny Bank, Frank Foster, Charles Fowlkes (saxes). Jimmy Nottingham, Bernie Glow, Clark Terry, Joe Newman, Thad Jones, John Carisi, Wendell Culley, Jimmy Maxwell (tpts). Henry Coker, Quentin Jackson, Sonny Truitt, Bill Hughes, Benny Powell (tbns). Bill Evans (p). Milt Hinton or Leslie Grinage (b). Freddie Green (g). Osie Johnson or Paul Motion (d).
(Webster Hall, New York, December, 1956). Copied from an original 1957 vinyl pressing of the album "The Complete Tony Scott".
Rca Victor, LPM-1452 MP3
Woody Herman's Band That's Right  (1949)
Woody Herman (cl). Sam Marowitz (as). Gene Ammons, Buddy Savit, Jimmy Giuffre (ts). Serge Chaloff (bs). Ernie Royal, Al Porcino, Stan Fishelson, Shorty Rogers, Charlie Walp (tp). Earl Swope, Bill Harris, Ollie Wilson, Bart Varsalona (tb). Terry Gibbs (vibes). Lou Levy (p). Oscar Pettiford (b). Shelley Manne (d).
(Rendezvous Ballroom, Balboa, CA, 7/30/49). From a series of radio transcriptions of the Jazz anthology series "One Night Stand", reissued by JOYCE in 1974.
Joyce Record Club, LP-1012 MP3

Wednesday 09th of April 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Bing Crosby & Danny Kaye With Joseph Lilley's Orchestra. The Old Man & Gee, I Wish I Was Back In The Army.'  (1954)
A reconstruction in Decca Studios of songs from the Paramount Picture, "White Christmas". Reissued on vinyl in 1974 as MCA-7151 in Japan. Copied from same.
Decca, DL-8083 MP3
Dizzy Gillespie's Orchestra I Should Care  (1948)
Kenneth Hagood (vocal in ‘‘I Should Care’‘), Dizzy Gillespie, Dave Burns, Willie Cook, Elmon Wright (tpts), Jesse Tarrant, Bill Sheperd (tbns), Ernie Henry, John Brown (as), James Moody, Joe Gayles (ts), Cecil Payne (bs), James Forman (p), Nelson Boyd (b), Chano Pozo (bongos, congas), Teddy Stewart (d),
(Italia) (Royal Roost, New York, 10/2/48). From the album ''Afro-Cuban-Bop at the Royal Roost''.
Durium-cicala, BLJ-8028 MP3
Eddie Peabody (electric Banjoline) With His Ensemble I'll See You In My Dreams  (1963)
This instrument, invented by Peabody in 1956, is capable of sounding like mandolins, Hawaiian or Spanish Guitars and percussion. It was first manufactured by Vega. Later versions followed from Fender and Rickenbacker. Copied from an original 1963 vinyl pressing of the album "Eddie Peabody plays Sm-o-o-o-thies".
Dot, DLP-25491 MP3
Eddie Peabody (electric Banjoline) With His Ensemble Let The Rest Of The World Go By  (1963)
This instrument, invented by Peabody in 1956, is capable of sounding like mandolins, Hawaiian or Spanish Guitars and percussion. It was first manufactured by Vega. Later versions followed from Fender and Rickenbacker. Copied from an original 1963 vinyl pressing of the album "Eddie Peabody plays Sm-o-o-o-thies".
Dot, DLP-25491 MP3
Eddie Peabody (electric Banjoline) With His Ensemble Tenderly  (1963)
This instrument, invented by Peabody in 1956, is capable of sounding like mandolins, Hawaiian or Spanish Guitars and percussion. It was first manufactured by Vega. Later versions followed from Fender and Rickenbacker. Copied from an original 1963 vinyl pressing of the album "Eddie Peabody plays Sm-o-o-o-thies".
Dot, DLP-25491 MP3
Eddie Peabody (electric Banjoline) With His Ensemble To Each His Own  (1963)
This instrument, invented by Peabody in 1956, is capable of sounding like mandolins, Hawaiian or Spanish Guitars and percussion. It was first manufactured by Vega. Later versions followed from Fender and Rickenbacker. Copied from an original 1963 vinyl pressing of the album "Eddie Peabody plays Sm-o-o-o-thies".
Dot, DLP-25491 MP3
Judy Garland Gotta Have Me Go With You  (1953)
with Ray Heindorf conducting the Warner Bros, Studio Orchestra & Chorus
(Note: Though released in 1954, most of the songs were recorded in Burbank during the latter half of 1953).
Columbia, CL-1101 MP3
Tony Scott's Orchestra Finger Poppin' Blues  (1956)
Soloists are (in order) Terry, Jones, Powell, Shihab, Sims, Wess, Scott, Scott / Shihab (duet). Tony Scott (clar). Sahib Shihab, Gigi Gryce, Frank Wess, Zoot Sims, Danny Bank, Frank Foster, Charles Fowlkes (saxes). Jimmy Nottingham, Bernie Glow, Clark Terry, Joe Newman, Thad Jones, John Carisi, Wendell Culley, Jimmy Maxwell (tpts). Henry Coker, Quentin Jackson, Sonny Truitt, Bill Hughes, Benny Powell (tbns). Bill Evans (p). Milt Hinton or Leslie Grinage (b). Freddie Green (g). Osie Johnson or Paul Motion (d).
(Webster Hall, New York, December, 1956). Copied from an original 1957 vinyl pressing of the album "The Complete Tony Scott".
Rca Victor, LPM-1452 MP3

Tuesday 08th of April 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Bing Crosby & Danny Kaye With Joseph Lilley's Orchestra Blue Skies.'  (1954)
A reconstruction in Decca Studios of songs from the Paramount Picture, "White Christmas". Reissued on vinyl in 1974 as MCA-7151 in Japan. Copied from same.
Decca, DL-8083 MP3
Count Basie's Orchestra & Duke Ellington's Orchestra To You  (1961)
(New York, July 6-7, 1961). Copied from an original 1962 vinyl pressing of the album "First Time! - The Count Meets the Duke". Count Basie's Orchestra (left channel) & Duke Ellington's Orchestra (right channel)
Columbia, CS-8515 MP3
Eddie Peabody (electric Banjoline) With His Ensemble You Made Me Love You  (1963)
This instrument, invented by Peabody in 1956, is capable of sounding like mandolins, Hawaiian or Spanish Guitars and percussion. It was first manufactured by Vega. Later versions followed from Fender and Rickenbacker. Copied from an original 1963 vinyl pressing of the album "Eddie Peabody plays Sm-o-o-o-thies".
Dot, DLP-25491 MP3
Glenn Miller And His Orchestra Solo Hop  (1935)
Bunny Berigan, Charlie Spivak (tp) Glenn Miller (tb,arr) Jack Jenney (tb) Johnny Mince (cl,as) Eddie Miller (ts) Claude Thornhill (p) Harry Bluestone, Vladimir "Ed" Selinski (vln) Harry Waller (viola) Bill Schuman (cello) Larry Hall (g) Delmar Kaplan (b) Ray Bauduc (d) Smith Ballew (vcl)
New York, April 25, 1935
17382-1 Columbia, 3058-D MP3
Judy Garland Here's What I'm Here For  (1953)
with Ray Heindorf conducting the Warner Bros, Studio Orchestra & Chorus
(Note: Though released in 1954, most of the songs were recorded in Burbank during the latter half of 1953).
Columbia, CL-1101 MP3
New York Jazz Quartet Jungle Noon  (1957)
Herbie Mann (flute). Mat Mathews (accordion). Joe Puma (guitar). Whitey Mitchell (bass). Manuel Ramos & Teiji Ito (Latin percussion).
(New York, 2/20/57). From the album "The New York Jazz Quartet Goes Native". Reissued in 1961 as SAVOY MG-12175, "Gone Native". Copied from Savoy vinyl.
Elektra, 118 MP3
New York Jazz Quartet Mat At Bat  (1957)
Herbie Mann (flute). Mat Mathews (accordion). Joe Puma (guitar). Whitey Mitchell (bass). Manuel Ramos & Teiji Ito (Latin percussion).
(New York, 2/20/57). From the album "The New York Jazz Quartet Goes Native". Reissued in 1961 as SAVOY MG-12175, "Gone Native". Copied from Savoy vinyl.
Elektra, 118 MP3
Tony Scott's Orchestra Time To Go  (1956)
Soloists are (in order) Tony Scott, Sahib Shihab, Thad Jones, Frank Wess (flute), Bennie Powell, Frank Foster, Joe Newman, Bill Evans. Tony Scott (clar). Sahib Shihab, Gigi Gryce, Frank Wess, Zoot Sims, Danny Bank, Frank Foster, Charles Fowlkes (saxes). Jimmy Nottingham, Bernie Glow, Clark Terry, Joe Newman, Thad Jones, John Carisi, Wendell Culley, Jimmy Maxwell (tpts). Henry Coker, Quentin Jackson, Sonny Truitt, Bill Hughes, Benny Powell (tbns). Bill Evans (p). Milt Hinton or Leslie Grinage (b). Freddie Green (g). Osie Johnson or Paul Motion (d).
(Webster Hall, New York, December, 1956). Copied from an original 1957 vinyl pressing of the album "The Complete Tony Scott".
Rca Victor, LPM-1452 MP3

Monday 07th of April 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Count Basie's Orchestra & Duke Ellington's Orchestra B-d-b.'  (1961)
(New York, July 6-7, 1961). Copied from an original 1962 vinyl pressing of the album "First Time! - The Count Meets the Duke". Count Basie's Orchestra (left channel) & Duke Ellington's Orchestra (right channel)
Columbia, CS-8515 MP3
Danny Kaye & The Skylarks With Joseph Lilley's Orchestra Choreography  (1954)
A reconstruction in Decca Studios of songs from the Paramount Picture, "White Christmas". Reissued on vinyl in 1974 as MCA-7151 in Japan. Copied from same.
Decca, DL-8083 MP3
Duke Ellington Circle Of Fourths Stereo Lp Master  (1957)
Duke Ellington (P), Ray Nance, Willie Cook, Cat Anderson, Clark Terry (T), Britt Woodman, Quentin Jackson, John Sanders (Tb), Paul Gonzalves, Jimmy Hamilton (Ts), Russell Procope, Johnny Hodges (As), Harry Carney (Bs), Jimmy Woode (B), Sam Woodyard (D)
C057908-4 Columbia/legacy, CK65568 MP3
Kay Starr With Van Alexander's Orchestra. My Man  (1960)
From the album "Kay Starr - Jazz Singer".
Capitol, T-1438 MP3
Ralph Flanagan At The Piano Josephine  (1958)
with unidentified Tenor Sax, Guitar, Bass & Drums.
From the album "They're Playing Our Song".
Imperial, LP-9053 MP3
Tony Scott's Orchestra I'll Remember April  (1956)
Tony Scott (clar). Sahib Shihab, Gigi Gryce, Frank Wess, Zoot Sims, Danny Bank, Frank Foster, Charles Fowlkes (saxes). Jimmy Nottingham, Bernie Glow, Clark Terry, Joe Newman, Thad Jones, John Carisi, Wendell Culley, Jimmy Maxwell (tpts). Henry Coker, Quentin Jackson, Sonny Truitt, Bill Hughes, Benny Powell (tbns). Bill Evans (p). Milt Hinton or Leslie Grinage (b). Freddie Green (g). Osie Johnson or Paul Motion (d).
(Webster Hall, New York, December, 1956). Copied from an original 1957 vinyl pressing of the album "The Complete Tony Scott".
Rca Victor, LPM-1452 MP3
Woody Herman's Band Early Autumn  (1949)
Woody Herman (cl). Sam Marowitz (as). Gene Ammons, Buddy Savit, Jimmy Giuffre (ts). Serge Chaloff (bs). Ernie Royal, Al Porcino, Stan Fishelson, Shorty Rogers, Charlie Walp (tp). Earl Swope, Bill Harris, Ollie Wilson, Bart Varsalona (tb). Terry Gibbs (vibes). Lou Levy (p). Oscar Pettiford (b). Shelley Manne (d).
(Rendezvous Ballroom, Balboa, CA, 7/30/49). From a series of radio transcriptions of the Jazz anthology series "One Night Stand", reissued by JOYCE in 1974.
Joyce Record Club, LP-1012 MP3
Eddie Peabody (electric Banjoline) With His Ensemble Dream  (1963)
This instrument, invented by Peabody in 1956, is capable of sounding like mandolins, Hawaiian or Spanish Guitars and percussion. It was first manufactured by Vega. Later versions followed from Fender and Rickenbacker. Copied from an original 1963 vinyl pressing of the album "Eddie Peabody plays Sm-o-o-o-thies".
Dot, DLP-25491 MP3

Sunday 06th of April 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Count Basie's Orchestra & Duke Ellington's Orchestra Corner Pocket.'  (1961)
(New York, July 6-7, 1961). Copied from an original 1962 vinyl pressing of the album "First Time! - The Count Meets the Duke". Count Basie's Orchestra (left channel) & Duke Ellington's Orchestra (right channel)
Columbia, CS-8515 MP3
Kay Starr With Van Alexander's Orchestra. Happy Days And Lonely Nights  (1960)
From the album "Kay Starr - Jazz Singer".
Capitol, T-1438 MP3
Kay Starr With Van Alexander's Orchestra. Hummin' To Myself  (1960)
From the album "Kay Starr - Jazz Singer".
Capitol, T-1438 MP3
Lester Lanin's Orchestra. Medley #1 - 's Wonderful, Easy To Love, I Can't Give You Anything But Love, Taking A Chance On Love,  (1958)
From the album "Lester Lanin Goes to College". The name of the College venue is not mentioned in the liner notes.
Epic, LN-3474 MP3

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