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Saturday 18th of April 2015

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Louis Armstrong And Hoagy Carmichael Rockin' Chair  (New York, 1932)
Louis Armstrong (tp,vcl) Hoagy Carmichael (vcl) Otis Johnson, Henry "Red" Allen (tp) J.C. Higginbotham (tb) Albert Nicholas, Charlie Holmes (cl,as) Teddy Hill (cl,ts) Luis Russell (p,ldr) Will Johnson (g) Pops Foster (b) Paul Barbarin (d, vib-1)
December 13, 1929
403496-C Columbia, 2688 D MP3
Don Redman And His Orchestra I Gotcha  (New York, 1936)
Reunald Jones (tp,arr) Shirley Clay, Sidney DeParis (tp) Gene Simon, Benny Morton (tb) Edward Inge, Rupert Cole (cl,as) Don Redman (cl,as,vcl) Harvey Boone (as,bar) Robert Carroll (ts) Don Kirkpatrick (p,arr) Talcott Reeves (g) Bob Ysaguirre (b) Manzie Johnson (d,vib) Harlan Lattimore (vcl)
May 7, 1936
19205-1 Arc, ME 6-08-02 MP3
Glenn Miller And His Orchestra Say It  (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 24, 1940
047095-1 Bluebird, 10631 B MP3
James P. Johnson Liza  (New York, 1945)
James P. Johnson (p) solo
poss May 1945
Folkways, 2850 MP3
Larry Elgart's Orchestra Quincy Hoppers  (1958)
Webster Hall New York November,1958 Copied from a 1959 stereo vinyl pressing of the album "Larry Elgart & His Orchestra"
Rca Victor, LSP-1961 MP3
George Barnes With Ensemble Cuban Pete  (1960)
George Barnes (principle guitar solos) Don Arnone, Allen Hanlon, Everett Barksdale, Al Caiola, Al Casamenti, Art Ryerson, Barry Galbraith, Carl Kress (assorted guitars) Billy Bauer, John Pizzarelli (bass guitars) Andrew Ackers (keyboards) Milt Schlesinger, Phil Kraus (marimbas, xylophones) Jack Lesberg (string bass) Cliff Leeman (d) Willie Rodriguez (bongos)
A&R Studios New York Reissued in 1964 as SR-60956 Copied from a stereo vinyl pressing of the album "Guitar Galaxies"
20690 Mercury, PPS 6011 MP3
Barbra Streisand Keepin' Out Of Mischief Now  (1963)
with orchestra arranged and conducted by Peter Matz
Copied from a 1963 stereo vinyl pressing of "The Barbra Streisand Album" her debut album Produced by Mike Berniker
Columbia, CS-8807 MP3
Jo Ann Castle (piano) With An Unidentified Ensemble Cold, Cold Heart  (1964)
Copied from a stereo vinyl pressing of the album "Jo Ann Castle Plays Great Million Sellers"
Dot, DLP 25574 MP3

Friday 17th of April 2015

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Artie Shaw And His Orchestra Deep In A Dream  (New York, 1938)
John Best, Claude Bowen, Chuck Peterson (tp) George Arus, Russell Brown (tb) Harry Rogers (tb,arr) Artie Shaw (cl,arr) Les Robinson (as) Hank Freeman (as,cl) Tony Pastor (ts,cl,vcl) Ronnie Perry (ts,cl) Les Burness (p) Al Avola (g,arr) Sid Weiss (b) Cliff Leeman (d) Helen Forrest (vcl) Jerry Gray (arr)
November 17, 1938
028975-1 Bluebird, B-10046-A MP3
Glenn Miller And His Orchestra Sunrise 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) Maurice Purtill (d) Ray Eberle, Marion Hutton (vcl) Art Gunther, Bill Finegan (arr)
April 10, 1939
035731-1 Bluebird, 10214 A MP3
Glenn Miller And His Orchestra Stairway To The Stars  (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) Gabe Galinas (as,bar) Tex Beneke (ts,vcl) Al Klink (ts) Chummy MacGregor (p) Arthur Ens (g) Rollie Bundock (b) Maurice Purtill (d) Ray Eberle, Marion Hutton (vcl) Bill Finegan (arr)
May 9, 1939
036878-1 Bluebird, 10276 MP3
Glenn Miller And His Orchestra Little Brown Jug  (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) Maurice Purtill (d) Ray Eberle, Marion Hutton (vcl) Art Gunther, Bill Finegan (arr)
April 10, 1939
035732-1 Bluebird, 10286 MP3
Muggsy Spanier Ragtime Band (what Did I Do To Be So) Black And Blue  (New York, 1939)
Muggsy Spanier (cnt) George Brunies (tb,vcl) Rod Cless (cl) Nick Caiazza (ts) Joe Bushkin (p) Bob Casey (b) Al Sidell (d)
December 12, 1939
BS045747-1 Bluebird, B10682 MP3
Freddy Martin's Orchestra Dancing In The Dark  (1957)
Copied from an original 1957 vinyl pressing of the album "Freddy Martin at the Cocoanut Grove"
Rca Victor, LPM-1414 MP3
Larry Elgart's Orchestra Bigwin  (1958)
Webster Hall New York November,1958 Copied from a 1959 stereo vinyl pressing of the album "Larry Elgart & His Orchestra"
Rca Victor, LSP-1961 MP3
Woody Herman's Herd You Dirty Dog  (1964)
Harrah's Lake Tahoe Nevada 9-9-1964 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

Thursday 16th of April 2015

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Dick Himber Essex House Orchestra Love Is The Sweetest Thing  (1933)
v J. Nash
8/7/1933
13738-1-2 Arc, VO2526 MP3
Fats Waller Viper's Drag  (1934)
piano
86211-1 Bluebird, 10133 MP3
Glenn Miller And His Orchestra The One I Love  (1941)
1/17/41
58886 Bluebird, B-11110-A MP3
Muggsy Spanier & His V-disc All Stars That's A Plenty  (New York, 1944)
Muggsy Spanier (cnt) Lou McGarity (tb) Pee Wee Russell (cl,vcl) Boomie Richman (ts) Jess Stacy (p) Hy White (g) Bob Haggart (b,whistling) George Wettling (d)
New York, October 17
VP-971 V-disc, 424 MP3
Wingy Manone And His Orchestra If I Could Be With You One Hour Tonight  (1944)
v K. Starr
RR9794-2 Ara, 145A MP3
Elliot Lawrence At The Piano With His Orchestra Moonlight Madness  (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
Ruth Brown Daddy, Daddy  (1952)
870 Atlantic, 973 MP3
George Shearing's Quintet Cocktails For Two (mambo Version)  (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"
33907 Capitol, ST-1715 MP3

Wednesday 15th of April 2015

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Al Goering's Dance Orchestra Steppin' It Off  (1927)
7690-3 Banner, 7005 MP3
Bud Freeman Trio Keep Smiling At Trouble  (New York, 1938)
Bud Freeman (ts) Jess Stacy (p) George Wettling (d)
April 13, 1938
P22719-2 Cbs, CM503 MP3
Glenn Miller And His Orchestra Alice Blue Gown  (New York, 1940)
New York, March 30
048485-1 V-disc, 352B2 MP3
Gray Gordon Tictoc Rhythm Scarf Dance  (1940)
058258 Bluebird, 10993 MP3
James P. Johnson's New York Orchestra Hesitation Blues  (New York, 1944)
Frank Newton (tp) James P. Johnson (p,vcl) Al Casey (g) Pops Foster (b) Eddie Dougherty (d)
June 12
MA-1242 Asch, 551-2 MP3
Muggsy Spanier And His Ragtimers Angry  (New York, 1944)
Muggsy Spanier (cnt) Miff Mole (tb) Pee Wee Russell (cl) Dick Cary (p) Eddie Condon (g) Bob Casey (b) Joe Grauso (d)
New York, April 15
A-4762-2 Commodore, FL20009 MP3
Stan Kenton's Orchestra Who Knows?  (1956)
Soloists: Lucky Thompson, Vinnie Tanno, Carl Fontana & Lennie Niehaus
New York May 1956 Copied from CAPITOL SM-11794 a 1976 vinyl reissue of the album "Cuban Fire"
Capitol, T-731 MP3
Warren Covington & The Tommy Dorsey Orchestra Oh, To Be Loved Again  (1959)
Copied from a vinyl pressing of the album "Dance and Romance"
Decca, DL78904 MP3

Tuesday 14th of April 2015

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Benny Goodman Clarinetitis  (Chicago, 1928)
Benny Goodman (cl) solo acc by Mel Stitzel (p) Bob Conselman (d)
June 13, 1928
C-2007-A Biltmore, 1021 MP3
Charlie Barnet And His Orchestra The Right Idea  (1939)
042179 Bluebird, 10530 MP3
Elliot Lawrence At The Piano With His Orchestra Temptation  (1947)
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
Erroll Garner Trio Cologne  (1950)
Erroll Garner (p) John Simmons (b) Harold Doc West (d)
New York 4-12-1950 Copied from a vinyl compilation of tracks from 1949 and 1950 From the album "Moods"
1258 Mercury-wing, SRW-16134 MP3
George Shearing's Quintet The Outlaw  (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"
33900 Capitol, ST-1715 MP3
Marty Gold's Orchestra Allah's Holiday  (1960)
Webster Hall New York Copied from an original vinyl pressing of the album "Skin Tight"
Rca Victor, LSP-2230 MP3
Woody Herman's Herd The Good Earth  (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
Andy Kirk And Clouds Of Joy Mary's Idea  (1938)
64783 Decca, 2326B MP3

Monday 13th of April 2015

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Leroy Carr - Scrapper Blackwell Midnight Hour Blues  (1932)
3/15/1932
11499 Arc, VO1703 MP3
Ozzie Nelson And His Orchestra What's Good For The Goose  (1934)
14772-1 Arc, VO2642 MP3
Wingy Manone And His Orchestra Stop The War  (1941)
062861 Bluebird, 11107 MP3
Bud Freeman And His Orchestra Sentimental Baby  (New York, 1946)
Bud Freeman (ts) Joe Sullivan (p) Wild Bill Davison (cnt) Peanuts Hucko (cl) Carmen Mastren (g) Sid Weiss (b) George Wettling (d)
December 5, 1945
KBF5 Keynote, 637 MP3
Stan Kenton's Orchestra The Fair One Dances  (1956)
Soloists: Bob Fitzpatrick, Bill Perkins & Sam Noto
New York May 1956 Copied from CAPITOL SM-11794 a 1976 vinyl reissue of the album "Cuban Fire"
Capitol, T-731 MP3
Larry Elgart's Orchestra Are You Livin', Old Man?  (1958)
Webster Hall New York November,1958 Copied from a 1959 stereo vinyl pressing of the album "Larry Elgart & His Orchestra"
Rca Victor, LSP-1961 MP3
Terry Snyder's Ensemble Hong Kong Blues  (1963)
Copied from a 1963 stereo vinyl pressing of the album "Terry Snyder's World of Sound"
Columbia, CS-8744 MP3
Woody Herman's Herd Blue Monk  (1964)
Harrah's Lake Tahoe Nevada 9-9-1964 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

Sunday 12th of April 2015

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Alice Faye According To The Moonlight  (1935)
16921 Banner, 33379 MP3
Artie Shaw And His Orchestra Thanks For Everything (v H F)  (1938)
028974-1 Bluebird, 10055 MP3
Bud Freeman Trio My Honeys Loving Arms  (1938)
Bud Freeman (ts) Jess Stacy (p) George Wettling (d)
New York, April 13, 1938
P22721-1 Cbs, CM504 MP3
Bud Freeman Trio I Dont Believe It  (New York, 1938)
Bud Freeman (ts) Jess Stacy (p) George Wettling (d)
April 13, 1938
P22722-2 Cbs, CM504 MP3
Glenn Miller And His Orchestra Fools Rush In  (1940)
048489 Bluebird, 10728 MP3
Glenn Miller And His Orchestra Rug Cutter's Swing  (1940)
046738 Bluebird, 10754 MP3
Tony Pastor And His Orchestra Maria Elena  (1941)
063704 Bluebird, 11127 MP3
George Shearing's Quintet This Nearly Was Mine (piano Solo)  (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"
33903 Capitol, ST-1715 MP3

Saturday 11th of April 2015

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Charlie Barnet And His Orchestra Butterfingers (vhelen Heath)  (New York, 1934)
Toots Camarata (tp) Benny Carter (tp,arr) Nathan Van Cleave (tp) Wally Barron (tb) Charlie Barnet (sax,vcl,ldr) Nat Brown, Milton Laufer (as) Willard Brady, Ted Choate (ts) Horace Diaz, Jr. (p) ? Adrian Rollini (vib) Marty Britt (g) George Nida (b) or Tex Hurst (b) , Joe Dale (d) Jackie Martin, Helen Heath (vcl)
New York, March 29
14985-2-3 Banner, 33015 MP3
Charlie Barnet And His Orchestra Where Was I?  (1940)
047986 Bluebird, 10669 MP3
Charlie Barnet And His Orchestra I Can't Remember To Forget  (1940)
058212 Bluebird, 10975 MP3
Bud Freeman And His Orchestra Hop, Skip And Jump  (New York, 1945)
Yank Lawson (tp) Lou McGarity (tb) Edmond Hall (cl) Bud Freeman (ts) Gene Schroeder (p) Carmen Mastren (g) Bob Haggart (b) Ray McKinley (d) De Marco Sisters (vcl)
October-December 1945
T587 Majestic, 7160 MP3
Charlie Ventura If I Had You  (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
NSC380 National, 9055 MP3
Mario Lanza Because  (1951)
RCA Victor Orchestra Constatine Callinicos Conductor
Rca Victor, 10-3207-A MP3
Larry Elgart's Orchestra Beyond The Blue Horizon  (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
Al Caiola & The Guitars Unlimited Plus 7 Crazy Rhythm  (1961)
From the album "Crazy Rhythm"
Rca Victor, LSA-2371 MP3

Friday 10th of April 2015

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Glenn Miller And His Orchestra Anvil Chorus  (1940)
058172 Bluebird, 10982 MP3
Carson Robison Trio We're Gonna Have To Slap The Dirty Little Jap  (1941)
068499 Bluebird, 11414 MP3
Maj. Glenn Miller And The Aaftc Orchestra In The Gloaming  (New York, 1944)
New York, May 20, 1944
V-disc, 302B1 MP3
Woody Herman's Orchestra Flying Home  (1946)
soloists: Flip Phillips, Bill Harris & Woody Herman
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
Freddy Martin's Orchestra Indiana  (1957)
From the album "Freddy Martin at the Cocoanut Grove"
Rca Victor, LPM-1414 MP3
Martin Denny & His Ensemble When First I Love  (1957)
Capitol Studios Hollywood June 1957 From the album "Exotica Volume 2"
Liberty, LST7006 MP3
Les Elgart's Orchestra Painting The Clouds With Sunshine  (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
Al Caiola & The Guitars Unlimited Plus 7 This Can't Be Love  (1961)
Copied from an original 1961 vinyl pressing of the album "Crazy Rhythm" from RCA's "Stereo-Action" series
Rca Victor, LSA-2371 MP3

Thursday 09th of April 2015

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Naftule Brandwein Roumeinishe Doina  (1922)
Naftule Brandwein (cl), Louis Spielman (tb)
Columbia, CK86321 MP3
Casa Loma Orchestra Dance Of The Lame Duck  (1932)
B12755-A Arc, BR6513 MP3
Artie Shaw And His Orchestra Jungle Drums  (1938)
030735-1 Bluebird, 10090 MP3
Charlie Barnet And His Orchestra Blue Juice  (1941)
058767-1 Bluebird, 11111 MP3
Jim Reeves Bimbo  (1953)
Abbott, 148 MP3
George Barnes With Ensemble Cumana  (1960)
George Barnes (principle guitar solos) Don Arnone, Allen Hanlon, Everett Barksdale, Al Caiola, Al Casamenti, Art Ryerson, Barry Galbraith, Carl Kress (assorted guitars) Billy Bauer, John Pizzarelli (bass guitars) Andrew Ackers (keyboards) Milt Schlesinger, Phil Kraus (marimbas, xylophones) Jack Lesberg (string bass) Cliff Leeman (d) Willie Rodriguez (bongos)
Reissued in 1964 as SR-60956 Copied from a stereo vinyl pressing of the album "Guitar Galaxies"
20693 Mercury, PPS 6011 MP3
Si Zentner's Orchestra Bye-bye Blues  (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
Decastro Sisters Teach Me Tonight  
Abbott, 3001 MP3

Wednesday 08th of April 2015

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Nathan Glantz And His Orchestra In The Light Of My Baby's E  
Banner, 6287-B MP3
James P. Johnson Chantez Les Bas  (New York, 1944)
Folkways, FG3540 MP3
James P. Johnson's Blue Note Jazzmen At The Ball  (New York, 1944)
Sidney DeParis (tp) Vic Dickenson (tb) Edmond Hall (cl) James P. Johnson (p) Jimmy Shirley (g) Al Lucas (b) Arthur Trappier (d)
October 26
BN-996-3 Blue Note, BLP 7012 MP3
Paul Weston Orchestra Doctor, Lawyer, Indian Chief  (1945)
Betty Hutton
June, 29
714 Capitol, 220 MP3
Charlie Barnet's Orchestra Medley - Nancy / Gee! It's Good To Hold You / A Door Will Open  (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
Erskine Hawkins' Orchestra Trinidad (excerpt) & Program Closing Announcement  (1946)
Erskine Hawkins, Sammy Lowe, Bill Moore, Bobby Johnson, Charlie Jones, Jimmy Harris (tp) Ray Hogan, Danny Logan, David "Jelly" James, Ed Sims (tb) Bobby Smith (as) Jimmy Mitchell (as,vcl) Julian Dash (ts) Haywood Henry (bar,ts,cl) Aaron Maxwell (bar,ts) Ace Harris (p,vcl) Jimmy Phipps (p) Leroy Kirkland (g) Leemie Stanfield (b) Kelly Martin (d) Cozine Stewart (vcl)
Also reissued in France as MUSIDISC 30JA5180 This was a Mutual Radio Network transcription recorded in the Blue Room of the Hotel Lincoln in New York May 1 1946 Some sources give the date of this broadcast as being May 1, 1945 (one year earlier), though it seems unlikely The Joyce release specifies May 1, 1946 and was published in 1974 before all the other reissues
Joyce, LP-1013 MP3
Les Elgart's Orchestra East Of The Sun  (1960)
Also issued as CL-1500 Copied from a 1960 stereo vinyl pressing of the album "Designs for Dancing"
Columbia, CS-8291 MP3
Terry Snyder's Ensemble Misty  (1963)
Copied from a 1963 stereo vinyl pressing of the album "Terry Snyder's World of Sound"
Columbia, CS-8744 MP3

Tuesday 07th of April 2015

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Leroy Carr I Believe I'll Make A Change  (1934)
15645-2 Arc, VO2820z MP3
Meade Lux Lewis Whistlin' Blues  (1937)
06302-1 Bluebird, 10175 MP3
Bud Freeman And His Summa Cum Laude Orchestra Big Boy  (New York, 1940)
Max Kaminsky (tp) Brad Gowans (v-tb,arr) Pee Wee Russell (cl) Bud Freeman (ts) Dave Bowman (p) Eddie Condon (g) Pete Peterson (b) Morey Feld (d)
March 25, 1940
67394-A Decca, 18064 MP3
Earl Hines And His Orchestra Boogie Woogie On The St Louis Blues  (1940)
047055-1 Bluebird, 10674 MP3
Rex Stewart And His Orchestra Subtle Slough  (1941)
061343-1 Bluebird, 11258 MP3
Ella Fitzgerald And Ink Spots I'm Making Believe  (1944)
72371 Decca, 23356 MP3
Barbra Streisand It Had To Be You  (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
Stan Kenton's Orchestra The Night We Called It A Day  (1958)
Copied from a stereo vinyl pressing of the album "The Ballad Style of Stan Kenton"
Capitol, ST-1068 MP3

Monday 06th of April 2015

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Imperial Dance Orchestra If You Loved Mary (as I Love Mary)  (1928)
3/6/28
Banner, 7056-B MP3
Glenn Miller And His Orchestra Tuxedo Junction  (1940)
046786 Bluebird, 10612 MP3
Muggsy Spanier And His Ragtimers Alice Blue Gown  (New York, 1944)
Muggsy Spanier (cnt) Miff Mole (tb) Pee Wee Russell (cl) Dick Cary (p) Eddie Condon (g) Bob Casey (b) Joe Grauso (d)
New York, April 15
A-4765 Commodore, FL20012 MP3
Josh White St James Infirmary  (1945)
Asch, 3582 MP3

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