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Wednesday 23rd of July 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Jackie Gleason Orchestra I'm In The Mood For Love.'  (1952)
Jackie Gleason (cond)
Romantic Moods Compilation from Columbia Records
Capitol, 52541 MP3
Jackie Gleason Orchestra Out Of Nowhere  (1957)
Jackie Gleason (cond)
Romantic Moods Compilation from Columbia Records
Capitol, 52541 MP3
Jackie Gleason Orchestra That's All  (1958)
Jackie Gleason (cond)
Romantic Moods Compilation from Columbia Records
Capitol, 52541 MP3
Les Elgart's Orchestra Wedding Bells Are Breaking Up That Old Gang Of Mine  (1954)
Copied from an original 1954 vinyl pressing of the album ''The Band of the Year''.
Columbia, CL-619 MP3
Lester Young Sometimes I'm Happy  (1956)
Lester Young (ts), Bill Potts (p), Norman Williams (sb), Jim Lucht (dm)
Private recording. “Olivia Davis’s Patio Lounge”
Ojc, CD901-2 MP3
Randy Van Horne's Swing Choir My Blue Heaven  (1957)
with Dennis Farnon's Orchestra Pete Jolly (accordion if any) Geoffrey Clarkson (piano if any)
From the album '' Swingin' Singin' ''.
Rca Victor, LPM-1321 MP3
The Capitol International Jazzmen Riffamarole  (1945)
Bill Coleman-t, Buster Bailey-cl, Benny Carter-as, Coleman Hawkins-ts, Nat King Cole-p, Oscar Moore-g, John Kirby-b, Max Roach-d, Kay Starr-v
Los Angeles, March 30, 1945
602-5 Capitol , 10031 MP3
The King Cole Trio I'm Thru With Love  (1945)
Nat King Cole-p-v, Oscar Moore-g, Johnny Miller-b
Los Angeles, May 19, 1945
647-1 Capitol , 20064 MP3

Tuesday 22nd of July 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Adolph Deutsch's Orchestra Medley - Down Among The Sheltering Palms, La Cumparsita, I Wanna Be Loved By You.'  (1959)
(reissued in 1974 as UA-LA272-G) Copied from a vinyl pressing of the original soundtrack album from "Some Like It Hot"
United Artists, UAL-4030 MP3
Henry ''red'' Allen Funny Feathers Blues  (1929)
Victoria Spivey (vo), Henry Red Allen (tp), J.C. Higginbotham (tb), Albert Nicholas (cl), Charlie Holmes (cl, ss, as), Teddy Hill (cl, ts), Luis Russell (p), Will Johnson (bj, g), Pops Foster (sb), Paul Barbarin (dm)
55853 Rca Victor, FXM1-7060 MP3
Henry ''red'' Allen Algiers Bounce  (1957)
Henry Red Allen (tp), J.C. Higginbotham /tb), Buster Bailey (cl), Coleman Hawkins (ts), Marty Napoleon (p), Everett Barksdale (g), Lloyd Trotman (sb), Cozy Cole (dm)
H2JB2818 Bluebird, 2497-2-RB MP3
Jackie Gleason Orchestra When Your Lover Has Gone  (1953)
Jackie Gleason (cond)
Romantic Moods Compilation from Columbia Records
Capitol, 52541 MP3
Jackie Gleason Orchestra You Oughta Be In Pictures  (1958)
Jackie Gleason (cond)
Romantic Moods Compilation from Columbia Records
Capitol, 52541 MP3
Jackie Gleason Orchestra Midnight Sun  (1963)
Jackie Gleason (cond)
Romantic Moods Compilation from Columbia Records
Capitol, 52541 MP3
King Cole Trio The Man I Love  (1944)
January 17
182-1 Capitol, 20010 MP3
Slim Gaillard A Tip On The Numbers  (1941)
Loumell Morgan (p) Slim Gaillard (g,vcl) Slam Stewart (b) Kenny Clarke (d)
March 11, 1941
29914-1 , MP3

Monday 21st of July 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
George Lewis And His New Orleans Band See See Rider.'  (1955)
Avery "Kid" Howard (tp,vcl) Jim Robinson (tb) George Lewis (cl) Alton Purnell (p,vcl) "Creole" George Guesnon (bj) Alcide "Slow Drag" Pavageau (b) Joe Watkins (d,vcl)
Hackensack, N.J., April 11, 1955
30 Mosaic, MR5-132 MP3
Jack Fina Trio Ballin' The Jack  (1959)
Jack Fina (p) Herb Lessner (b) Tiny Magardo (d)
Copied from a vinyl pressing of the album ''Jack Fina Plays Boogie-Woogie''.
Dot, DLP-25243 MP3
King Cole Lester Young Red Callender Trio Indiana  (1942)
Lester Young-ts, Nat King Cole-p, Red Calender-b
July 15
1000 Philo, 1000 MP3
Slim Gaillard Champagne Lullaby  (1941)
Tommy Fulford (p) Slim Gaillard (g,vcl) Slam Stewart (b) Chico Hamilton (d)
July 24, 1941
H-367-1,2 , MP3
Slim Gaillard Slim's Jam  (1945)
Dizzy Gillespie (tp) Charlie Parker (as) Jack McVea (ts) Dodo Marmarosa (p) Slim Gaillard (g,p-1,vcl) Bam Brown (b,vcl) Zutty Singleton (d)
prob December 29
BJT41-RE Unknown, MP3
Slim Gaillard Quartet Laguna  (1945)
Dodo Marmarosa-p, Slim Gaillard-g-v-p, Thomas ''Bam'' Brown-p-vcl, Zutty Singleton-d
BB101-3 Bee-bee, 101 MP3
Ted Heath & His Music Ill Wind  (1957)
with Leslie Gilbert (alto sax)
Issued in the U.S.A. as LONDON LL-1721. Copied from an original 1957 vinyl pressing of the album ''Ted Heath Personnel - Spotlight on Side Men''.
Decca (u.k.), LK-4204 MP3
The King Cole Trio You're The Cream In My Coffee  (1946)
Nat King Cole-p-v, Oscar Moore-g, Johnny Miller-b
New York, December 18, 1946
1269-5 Capitol , 10086 MP3

Sunday 20th of July 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
George Shearing & The Quintet Mambo Inn.'  (1958)
George Shearing (piano) Toots Thielemans (guitar) Emil Richards (vibes) Al McKibbon (b) Percy Brice (d) Armando Perrazza (conga, if any)
(Crescendo Club, 8572 Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood, 3/27/58). Released November, 1960. Copied from an original 1960 vinyl pressing of the album ''On the Sunny Side of the Strip''.
Capitol, ST-1416 MP3
George Wallington Trios I Married An Angel  (1952)
George Wallington (P), Curley Russell (B) Max Roach (D),
488 Ojc, CD1754-2 MP3
Lester Young Just You, Just Me  (1956)
Lester Young (ts), Bill Potts (p), Norman Williams (sb), Jim Lucht (dm)
Private recording. “Olivia Davis’s Patio Lounge”
Ojc, CD901-2 MP3
Slim Gaillard And His Trio Little Red Riding Woods  (1947)
prob.: Dodo Marmarosa-p, p-Slim Gaillard-g-v, Bam Brown-b-v-d
October 1
47-S--3165-3 Mgm, 10599 MP3
The King Cole Trio This Way Out  (1945)
Nat King Cole-p-v, Oscar Moore-g, Johnny Miller-b
New York, October 18, 1945
775-2 Capitol , 20061 MP3
Willie Lewis Au Rythme Du Jazz - Part 1  (1936)
Bill Coleman (tp) Billy Burns (tb) Willie Lewis (as,vcl) Joe Hayman (as,ts,bar) George Johnson (as) Frank "Big Boy" Goodie (cl,ts) Herman Chittison (p) John Mitchell (g) Louis Vola (b) Ted Fields (d) Adelaide Hall, Alice Mann (vcl) Arthur Briggs (tp) band members (vcl-1)
Paris, October 15, 1936
CPT2900-1 Pathé, MP3
Woody Herman's Orchestra Blue Flame  (1955)
Copied from a 1957 vinyl pressing of the album ''Twelve Shades of Blue''.
Columbia, CL-683 MP3
King Cole Trio F.s.t. (fine, Sweet And Tasty)  (1943)
Nat King Cole-p-v, Oscar Moore-g, Johnny Miller-b
November 2
IA-2078 Excelsior, KC100 MP3

Saturday 19th of July 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
George Wallington & Phil Woods Quintette 'dis Mornin'.'  (1957)
George Wallington (P), Phil Woods (As), Nick Stabulas (D), Teddy Kotick (B), Donald Byrd (Tp)
1116 Ojc, CD1805-2 MP3
George Wallington Trios Laura  (1952)
George Wallington (P), Charles Mingus (B) Max Roach (D),
354 Ojc, CD1754-2 MP3
Jackie Gleason Orchestra A Pretty Girl Is Like A Melody  (1962)
Jackie Gleason (cond)
Romantic Moods Compilation from Columbia Records
Capitol, 52541 MP3
King Cole Trio What Is This Thing Called Love?  (1944)
January 17
185-1 Capitol, 20011 MP3
Lester Young Indiana (back Home Again In)  (1956)
Lester Young (ts), Bill Potts (p), Norman Williams (sb), Jim Lucht (dm)
Private recording. “Olivia Davis’s Patio Lounge”
Ojc, CD901-2 MP3
Ted Heath & His Music Swinging The Blues  (1957)
with Keith Christie (trombone)
Issued in the U.S.A. as LONDON LL-1721. Copied from an original 1957 vinyl pressing of the album ''Ted Heath Personnel - Spotlight on Side Men''.
Decca (u.k.), LK-4204 MP3
The Sauter-finegan Orchestra Nina Never Knew  (1953)
with Joe Mooney & the Doodlers
Copied from vinyl reissue AGL1-3882.
E2VW-7692 Rca Victor, 47-5065 MP3
Woody Herman's Orchestra In The Blue Of Evening  (1955)
Vocal by Woody Herman
Copied from a 1957 vinyl pressing of the album ''Twelve Shades of Blue''.
Columbia, CL-683 MP3

Friday 18th of July 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Duke Ellington & Charles Mingus & Max Roach Warm Valley.'  (1962)
Duke Ellington (p) Charles Mingus (sb) Max Roach (dm)
Tk 3 Blue Note, BST85129 MP3
Gil Evans Orchestra La Nevada  (1960)
Johnny Coles, Phil Sunkel (tp), Jimmy Knepper, Keg Johnson (tb), Tony Studd (btb), Bill Barber (tu), Bud Johnson (ss, ts), Eddie Caine (fl, pic, as), Bobby Tricarico (bassoon, fl, pic), Gil Evans (p, arr, cond), Ray Crawford (g), Ron Carter (sb), Charlie Persip, Elvin Jones (dm, perc)
Impulse, A4 MP3
Jackie Gleason Orchestra For All We Know  (1960)
Jackie Gleason (cond)
Romantic Moods Compilation from Columbia Records
Capitol, 52541 MP3
Lester Young Tea For Two  (1956)
Lester Young (ts), Bill Potts (p), Norman Williams (sb), Jim Lucht (dm)
Private recording. “Olivia Davis’s Patio Lounge”
Ojc, CD782-2 MP3
Slim Gaillard And His Orchestra Three Handed Woman  (1945)
Dodo Marmarosa (p) Slim Gaillard (g,novachord-1,vcl) Bam Brown (b,vcl) Zutty Singleton (d)
December 20
Unknown, MP3
The Dukes Of Dixieland Down Yonder  (1958)
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 Dukes of Dixieland'' (the first of eleven volumes). On the back of the record jacket is the statement: ''Audio Fidelity Records produced and released the world's first Stereophonic disc record in November, 1957''. Some historians dispute that claim.
Audio Fidelity, AFSD-5823 MP3
The King Cole Trio That's A Natural Fact  (1947)
Nat King Cole-p-v, Oscar Moore-g, Johnny Miller-b
Los Angeles, August 28, 1947
2222-2 Capitol , 15320 MP3
King Cole Trio Jumpin' At Capitol  (1943)
November 30
125-2 Capitol, 10038 MP3

Thursday 17th of July 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Dexter Gordon Until The Real Thing Comes Along.'  (1962)
Dexter Gordon (Ts), Sonny Clark (P), Butch Warren (B), BIlly Higgins (D)
Tk 20 Blue Note, BLP4133 MP3
Duke Ellington Trio B Sharp Blues  (1953)
Duke Ellington (P), Wendell Marshall (B), Butch Ballard (D)
11433-4 Capitol, T477 MP3
Duke Ellington Trio Kinda Dukish  (1953)
Duke Ellington (P), Wendell Marshall (B), Dave Black (dm)
20246-9 Capitol, T637 MP3
Lester Young I Can't Get Started  (1956)
Lester Young (ts), Bill Potts (p), Norman Williams (sb), Jim Lucht (dm)
Private recording. “Olivia Davis’s Patio Lounge”
Ojc, CD782-2 MP3
Luis Russell Orch. Saratoga Drag  (1930)
Henry Red Allen, Otis Johnson (tp), J.C. Higginbotham (tb), Al Nicholas (cl, ss, as), Charlie Holmes (ss, as), Greely Walton (ts), Luis Russell (p, dir), Will Johnson (bj, g), Pops Foster (sb), Paul Barbarin (dm)
E-35758-C Bluebird, 2497-2-RB MP3
Randy Weston Once In A While  (1956)
Cecil Payne (bar), Randy Weston (p), Ahmed Abdul-Malik (sb), Al Dreares (dm)
Live at “Café Bohemia”
Riverside, RLP12-232 MP3
The King Cole Trio You're Nobody 'til Somebody Loves You  (1945)
Nat King Cole-p-v, Oscar Moore-g, Johnny Miller-b
Los Angeles, May 19, 1945
643-3 Capitol , T2529 MP3
The King Cole Trio You Don't Learn That In School  (1946)
Nat King Cole-p-v, Oscar Moore-g, lohnny Miller-b
New York, December 30, 1946
1273-2 Capitol , 393 MP3

Wednesday 16th of July 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Randy Weston Run Joe.'  (1956)
Ray Copeland (tp), Cecil Payne (as, bar), Randy Weston (p), Ahmed Abdul-Malik (sb), Wilbert Hogan (dm)
Biograph, BCD147 MP3
Slim Gaillard And His Orchestra Baby Won't You Please Come Home  (1945)
Dodo Marmarosa (p) Slim Gaillard (g,novachord-1,vcl) Bam Brown (b,vcl) Zutty Singleton (d)
December 20
5 Unknown, MP3
Slim Gaillard Sextet Organ-oreenie  (1949)
Incl. Cyril Haynes-p, Slim Gaillard-org.-bg-v, Amando Peraza-cga, and others
Novembre 7
49-S--391-1 Mgm, 10599 MP3
Slim Gaillard Trio Cement Mixer  (1945)
Slim Gaillard (p,g,vcl) Bam Brown (b,vcl) Zutty Singleton (d)
December 1, 1945
4 Unknown, MP3
The King Cole Trio I'd Love To Make Love To You  (1945)
Nat King Cole-p-v, Oscar Moore-g, Johnny Miller-b
Los Angeles, April 13, 1945
612-5 Capitol , MP3
The King Cole Trio Nature Boy  (1947)
Nat King Cole-p-v, Oscar Moore-g, Johnny Miller-b with orchestra incl. Harry Bluestone-vln, Julie Kinsler-reeds, Frank DeVol-a, Buddy Cole-celeste
Los Angeles, August 22, 1947
2193-1 Capitol , 15054 MP3
The King Cole Trio I Never Had A Chance  (1947)
Nat ''King- Cole-p-v, Oscar Moore-g, Johnny Miller-b
Los Angeles, August 6, 1947
2137-3 Capitol , B-392 MP3
The King Cole Trio For Once In Your Life  (1947)
Nat King Cole-p-v, Oscar Moore-g, lohnny Miller-b
Los Angeles, July 2, 1947
2097-1 Capitol , B-566 MP3

Tuesday 15th of July 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Dizzy Gillespie Orchestra Stella By Starlight.'  (1956)
Dizzy Gillespie, Joe Gordon or Franco Corvin, Ermit. V. Perry, Carl Warwick, Quincy Jones (tp), Melba Liston, Frank Rehak, Rod Levitt (tb), Jimmy Powell, Phil Woods (as), Billy Mitchell, Benny Golson (ts), Marty Flax (bar), Walter Davis Jr. (p), Nelson Boyd (sb), Charlie Persip (dm)
Official State Dpt. Tour Aug. 1956
Cons. Artists, CAP933 MP3
George Lewis And The New Orleans Stompers Whenever You're Lonesome, Just Telephone Me  (1943)
Jim Robinson-tb, George Lewis-cl, Lawrence Marrero-bj, Sidney 'Little Jim' Brown-tu, Edgar Moseley-dm, Kid Howard-tp, Chester Zardis-sb, Sidney Brown-tu-a
1943.05.16 Gypsy Tea Room, New Orleans
MX124 , MP3
King Cole Trio Prelude In C Sharp Minor  (1944)
January 17
184-1 Capitol, 20011 MP3
Nat King Cole How High The Moon  (1947)
Nat King Cole-p-v, Oscar Moore-g, Johnny Miller-b
Los Angeles. August 13.1947
2155-2 Capitol , 10191 MP3
Slim Gaillard Sextet Bongo Cito  (1949)
Incl. Cyril Haynes-p, Slim Gaillard-org.-bg-v, Amando Peraza-cga, and others
Novembre 7
49-S--390-4 Mgm, 10398 MP3
The King Cole Trio Could-ja  (1946)
Nat King Cole-p-v, Oscar Moore-g, Johnny Miller-b
Los Angeles, April 17, 1946
1080-4 Capitol , 20128 MP3
The King Cole Trio Candy  (1945)
Nat King Cole-p-v, Oscar Moore-g, Johnny Miller-b
New York, February 27, 1945
VP-1214 V-disc , 499 MP3
The King Cole Trio Kee-mo Ky-mo (the Magic Song)  (1947)
Nat King Cole-p-v, Oscar Moore-g, lohnny Miller-b
Los Angeles. August 15, 1947
2164-3 Capitol , 7-25009 MP3

Monday 14th of July 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Acker Bilk Only You.'  (1962)
with the Leon Young String Chorale
(E.M.I. Studios, Abbey Road, London). From the album ''Acker Bilk, Esquire - A Taste of Honey'' Released in France as RSI-FESTIVAL FLDX454, titled ''Mr. Acker Bilk''. Released in the U.S.A. by ATLANTIC Records as ATCO SD-33-150, titled ''Only You''. (Copied from ATCO vinyl).
Emi-columbia, 33SX1493 MP3
Adolph Deutsch's Orchestra Park Avenue Fantasy  (1959)
(reissued in 1974 as UA-LA272-G). Copied from a vinyl pressing of the original soundtrack album from ''Some Like It Hot''.
United Artists, UAL-4030 MP3
George Lewis And The New Orleans Stompers Don't Go `way With Nobody  (1943)
Jim Robinson-tb, George Lewis-cl, Lawrence Marrero-bj, Sidney 'Little Jim' Brown-tu, Edgar Moseley-dm, Kid Howard-tp, Chester Zardis-sb, Sidney Brown-tu-a
1943.05.16 Gypsy Tea Room, New Orleans
MX122 , MP3
George Russell The Stratus Seekers (take 2)  (1962)
Don Ellis (tp), David Baker (tb), John Pierce (as), Paul Lummer (ts), George Russell (p), Steve Swallow (sb), Joe Hunt (dm)
Ojc, CD365-2 MP3
Jack Fina Trio Kitten On The Keys  (1959)
Jack Fina (p) Herb Lessner (b) Tiny Magardo (d)
Copied from a vinyl pressing of the album ''Jack Fina Plays Boogie-Woogie''.
Dot, DLP-25243 MP3
Randy Van Horne's Swing Choir Sleepy-time Gal  (1957)
with Dennis Farnon's Orchestra Pete Jolly (accordion if any) Geoffrey Clarkson (piano if any)
Copied from an original 1957 vinyl pressing of the album '' Swingin' Singin' ''.
Rca Victor, LPM-1321 MP3
The King Cole Trio Lament In Chords  (1947)
Nat King Cole-p-v, Oscar Moore-g, Johnny Miller-b
Los Angeles, August 29, 1947
2226-4 Capitol , ET B-392 MP3
The King Cole Trio Naught Angeline  (1947)
Nat King Cole-p-v, Oscar Moore-g, lohnny Miller-b
Los Angeles, June 13, 1947
2050-4 Capitol , 437 MP3

Sunday 13th of July 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Dizzy Gillespie Orchestra Tally-ho.'  (1949)
Dizzy Gillespie (tp, vo), Willie Cook, Don Slaughter, Elmon Wright (tp), Matthew Gee, Sam Hurt, Charles Greenlee (tb), Jimmie Heath, John Coltrane (as), Jesse Powell, Paul Gonsalves (ts), Al Gibson (bar), Johnny Acea (p), John Collins (g), Al McKibbon (sb), Specs Wright (dm)
4317 Capitol, 839 MP3
Duke Ellington Love You Madly  (1950)
Yvonne Lanauze (vo), Cat Anderson, Harold “Shorty” Baker, Nelson Williams, Fats Ford (tp), Ray Nance (tp, vn), Lawrence Brown, Quentin Jackson (tb), Jimmy Hamilton (cl, ts), Johnny Hodges (as), Russell Procope (cl, as), Paul Gonsalves (ts), Harry Carney (cl, bcl, bar), Duke Ellington (p), Wendell Marshall (sb), Sonny Greer (dm)
C044663-1 Columbia, 39110 MP3
Duke Ellington & Billy Strayhorn Stomp (johnny Come Lately)  (1950)
Duke Ellington, Billy Strayhorn (p), Joe Shulman (sb)
M2480 Ojc, CD108-2 MP3
Jack Fina Trio Deep Purple  (1959)
Jack Fina (p) Herb Lessner (b) Tiny Magardo (d)
Copied from a vinyl pressing of the album ''Jack Fina Plays Boogie-Woogie''.
Dot, DLP-25243 MP3
Nat King Cole The Christmas Song  (1946)
Nat King Cole-p-v, Oscar Moore-g, Johnny Miller-b
Los Angeles, June 14, 1946
956-5 Capitol , 1C056-85613 MP3
The King Cole Trio Oh But I Do  (1946)
Nat King Cole-p-v, Oscar Moore-g, Johnny Miller-b
Los Angeles, April 17, 1946
1082- I Capitol , 274 MP3
The King Cole Trio Katusha  (1945)
Nat King Cole-p-v, Oscar Moore-g, Johnny Miller-b
Los Angeles, April 13, 1945
614-1 Capitol , MP3
The King Cole Trio Bacarole  (1945)
Nat King Cole-p-v, Oscar Moore-g, Johnny Miller-b
Los Angeles, May 23, 1945
651-4 Capitol , MP3

Saturday 12th of July 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Acker Bilk Evening Shadows.'  (1962)
with the Leon Young String Chorale
(E.M.I. Studios, Abbey Road, London). From the album ''Acker Bilk, Esquire - A Taste of Honey'' Released in the U.S.A. by ATLANTIC Records as ATCO SD-33-150, titled ''Only You''. Copied from ATCO vinyl. The assigned track numbers are as they appear on the original EMI release.
Emi-columbia, 33SX1493 MP3
George Lewis And His New Orleans Band Gettysburg March  (1955)
Avery "Kid" Howard (tp,vcl) Jim Robinson (tb) George Lewis (cl) Alton Purnell (p,vcl) "Creole" George Guesnon (bj) Alcide "Slow Drag" Pavageau (b) Joe Watkins (d,vcl)
Hackensack, N.J., April 8, 1955
9 Mosaic, MR5-132 MP3
Johnny Mercer And The King Cole Trio Harmony  (1947)
Johnny Mercer-v, Nat King Cole-p-v, Oscar Moore-g, lohnny Miller-b
Los Angeles. August 20. 1947
2186-2 Capitol , 15000 MP3
Nat King Cole You Shoud Have Told Me  (1946)
Nat King Cole-p-v, Oscar Moore-g, Johnny Miller-b
Los Angeles, June 14, 1946
957-3 Capitol , MP3
The Dukes Of Dixieland High Society  (1958)
Frank Assunto (tpt & vocal if any) Fred Assunto (tbn) Jacob ''Papa Jac'' Assunto (tbn & banjo) Jack Maheu (cl) Stanley Mendelssohn (p) Lowell Miller (tuba & bass) Red Hawley (d)
Copied from a vinyl pressing of the album ''The Dukes of Dixieland'' (Volume 1).
Audio Fidelity, AFSD-5823 MP3
The King Cole Trio Sweet Georgia Brown  (1945)
Nat King Cole-p-v, Oscar Moore-g, Johnny Miller-b
Los Angeles, May 23, 1945
653-1 Capitol , 239 MP3
The King Cole Trio Whildroot Charlie  (1947)
Nat King Cole-p-v, Oscar Moore-g, Johnny Miller-b with orchestra incl. Harry Bluestone-vln, Julie Kinsler-reeds, Frank DeVol-a, Buddy Cole-celeste
Los Angeles, August 22, 1947
2197-2 Capitol , MP3
The King Cole Trio There's A Train Out For Dreamland  (1947)
Nat King Cole-p-v, Oscar Moore-g, Johnny Miller-b with orchestra incl. Harry Bluestone-vln, Julie Kinsler-reeds, Frank DeVol-a, Buddy Cole-celeste
Los Angeles, August 22, 1947
2172-3 Capitol , 7-25011 MP3

Friday 11th of July 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Bert Kaempfert's Orchestra By The Sleepy Lagoon.'  (1961)
with Charly Tabor (tpt)
Issued in the U.S.A. as DECCA DL-74161. Copied from DECCA vinyl. From the album ''Dancing in Wonderland''.
Polydor (germany), 237570 MP3
King Cole Trio Easy Listening Blues  (1944)
March 6
213-2 Capitol, 20012 MP3
The King Cole Trio What Can I Say After I Say I'm Sorry  (1946)
Nat King Cole-p-v, Oscar Moore-g, Johnny Miller-b
Los Angeles. April 5, 1946
1069-5 Capitol , 20061 MP3
The King Cole Trio If You Can't Smile And Say Yes (please Don't Cry And Say No)  (1945)
Nat King Cole-p-v, Oscar Moore-g, Johnny Miller-b
New York, February 27, 1945
VP-1209 V-disc , 437 MP3

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