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Saturday 25th of October 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
André Previn With The David Rose Orchestra You And The Blues.'  (1960)
Copied from an original 1960 vinyl pressing of the album ''Like Blue''
M-g-m, E3811 MP3
Garland Wilson Mood Indigo  (Paris, 1933)
piano, c. December
5747bdp Brunswick, A-500358 MP3
Johnny Moore's Three Blazers Snuff Dippin' Mama  (Los Angeles, 1948)
Charles Brown-p-v, Johnny Moore, Oscar Moore-g, Eddie Williams-b
EXC-1261-2 Exclusive, 69 MP3
Johnny Moore's Three Blazers Lost In The Night  (Los Angeles, 1945)
Charles Brown-p, Johnny Moore, Oscar Moore-g, Eddie Williams-b, Frankie Laine-v
c. March
EXC-1004-1 Exclusive, 63 MP3
Louis Jordan And His Tympany Five Penthouse In The Basement  (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
W67318-A Decca, 7777 MP3
Midge Williams And Her Jazz Jesters Fortune Tellin' Man  (New York, 1937)
Midge Williams (vcl) acc by Frank Newton (tp) Buster Bailey (cl) Pete Brown (as) Billy Kyle (p) Jimmy McLin (g) John Kirby (b) O'Neil Spencer (d)
October 1
M-664-1 Vocalion, 3865 MP3
Teddy Hill And His Orchestra Got Me Doin' Things  (New York, 1935)
Bill Dillard (tp,vcl) Roy Eldridge, Bill Coleman (tp) Dicky Wells (tb) Russell Procope (cl,as) Howard Johnson (as) Teddy Hill, Chu Berry (ts) Sam Allen (p) John Smith (g) Richard Fullbright (b) Bill Beason (d)
February 26
16924- I Banner, 33384 MP3
The King Cole Trio I Know That You Know  (New York, 1945)
Nat King Cole-p-v, Oscar Moore-g, Johnny Miller-b
New York, October 18, 1945
776-2 Capitol , 20062 MP3

Friday 24th of October 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Ella Fitzgerald With Orchestra Get Happy.'  (1961)
arranged and conducted by Billy May
Hollywood, 8/1/60 or 1/14/61 Copied from an original vinyl pressing of the album ''The Harold Arlen Songbook''
Verve, V-4046-2 MP3
Johnny Moore's Three Blazers I Cried For You  (Los Angeles, 1947)
Charles Brown-p-v, Johnny Moore-g, Eddie Williams-b
EXC-1096-4 Exclusive, 246 MP3
Johnny Moore's Three Blazers Tell Me You'll Wait For Me  (Los Angeles, 1944)
Charles Brown-p-v, Johnny Moore, Oscar Moore-g, Eddie Williams-b, Frankie Laine-v
A-123 Atlas, 107 MP3
Louis Jordan And His Tympany Five Keep A-knockin'  (New York, 1939)
Rodney Sturgis (vcl) acc by Courtney Williams (tp) Louis Jordan (as,ts,bar) Lem Johnson (ts) Clarence Johnson (p) Charlie Drayton (b) Walter Martin (d,tymp)
March 29
W65305-A Decca, 7609 MP3
Louis Jordan And His Tympany Five Pan Pan  (New York, 1941)
Courtney Williams (tp) or Kenneth Roane (tp) Louis Jordan (cl,as,bar,vcl) Stafford "Pazzuza" Simon (cl,ts) Arnold Thomas (p) Charlie Drayton (b) or Henry Turner (b) Walter Martin (d)
January 24
W68624-A Decca, 8537 MP3
Russell Procope Big Six Bottle It  (New York, 1946)
Harold "Shorty" Baker (tp) Russell Procope (as) John Hardee (ts) Billy Kyle (p) John Simmons (b) Denzil Best (d)
1060 H.r.s. , 1035 MP3
Thomas Morris And His Seven Hot Babies Jackass Blues  (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
35763-3 Victor, 20179 MP3
Vince Guaraldi Trio Alma-ville  (1962)
Vince Guaraldi (p), Monte Budwig (b), Colin Bailey (d)
copied from a vinyl pressing of the album ''Jazz Impressions of the film Black Orpheus'' Vince Guaraldi was born Vincent Anthony Dellaglio. He was the nephew of musician, singer and whistler Muzzy Marcellino. Guaraldi died of a heart attack at the age of 47 in 1976. He is best known as the composer for the Peanuts cartoon TV series on CBS
Fantasy, 8089 MP3

Thursday 23rd of October 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
André Previn With The David Rose Orchestra Little Girl Blue.'  (1960)
Copied from an original 1960 vinyl pressing of the album ''Like Blue''
M-g-m, E3811 MP3
Charles Brown Trio A Long Time  (Los Angeles, 1949)
Charles Brown-p-v, Joseph Lewis-George Collier Jr.-g, Eddie Williams-b, Anita-v
January 21
RR-611-3 Aladdin, 3021 MP3
Garland Wilson Sweet Lorraine  (Paris, 1938)
celeste, March 9
OSW-15-1 Swing, 61 MP3
Louis Jordan And His Tympany Five Brotherly Love  (New York, 1941)
Freddy Webster (tp) Louis Jordan (as,ts-1,vcl) Stafford "Pazzuza" Simon (cl,ts) Arnold Thomas (p) Henry Turner (b) Walter Martin (d)
April 2
W68907-A Decca, 8560 MP3
Louis Jordan And His Tympany Five Deacon Jones  (Los Angeles, 1943)
Eddie Roane (tp) Louis Jordan (as,ts-1,vcl) Arnold Thomas (p) Jesse "Po" Simpkins (b) Shadow Wilson (d) Duke of Iron, Sister Rosetta Tharpe (vcl)
October 4
DLA-3206-A Decca, 8654 MP3
Nat King Cole Moonlight In Vermont  (Los Angeles, 1947)
Nat King Cole-p-v, Oscar Moore-g, Johnny Miller-b
Los Angeles. August 13.1947
2153-3 Capitol , H156 l MP3
Patti Page With Jack Rael's Orchestra Dancing In The Dark  (1958)
Fine Studios, New York, May, 1958
Mercury, SR-60011 MP3
Sarah Martin Acc By Clarence Williams' Blue Five Those Blues  (New York, 1923)
Sara Martin (vcl) acc by Tom Morris (cnt) John Mayfield (tb) Sidney Bechet (sop) Clarence Williams (p) Buddy Christian (bj) prob Ernest Elliott (cl) unknown (tu)
August 7
71739-B Okeh, 4940 MP3

Wednesday 22nd of October 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Johnny Moore's Three Blazers St. Louis Blues.'  (Los Angeles, 1946)
Charles Brown-p-v, Johnny Moore-g, Eddie Williams-b
EXC-1068-2 Exclusive, 703 MP3
Johnny Moore's Three Blazers You Taught Me To Love  (Los Angeles, 1945)
Charles Brown-p, Johnny Moore, Oscar Moore-g, Eddie Williams-b, Frankie Laine-v
c. March
EXC-1005-4 Exclusive, 205 MP3
Johnny Moore's Three Blazers I Want You - I Need You  (Los Angeles, 1945)
Charles Brown-p-v, Johnny Moore, Oscar Moore-g, Eddie Williams-b
EXC-1039-3 Exclusive, 226 MP3
Muggsy Spanier And His Jazz Band When My Dreamboat Comes Home  (New York, 1954)
Muggsy Spanier (cnt) Ralph Hutchinson (tb) Phil Gomez (cl) Boomie Richman (ts) Red Richards (p) Billy Mure (g) Truck Parham (b) George Wettling (d)
September 2
86741 Decca, DL5552 MP3
Muggsy Spanier And His Jazz Band Washington And Lee Swing  (New York, 1954)
Muggsy Spanier (cnt) Ralph Hutchinson (tb) Phil Gomez (cl) Boomie Richman (ts) Red Richards (p) Billy Mure (g) Truck Parham (b) George Wettling (d)
September 3
86749 Decca, DL5552 MP3
Teddy Hill And His Nbc Orchestra Blue Rhythm Fantasy  (New York, 1937)
Bill Dillard (tp,vcl), Dizzy Gillespie Shad Collins (tp) Dicky Wells (tb) Russell Procope (cl,as) Beatrice Douglas (vcl) Howard Johnson (as) Teddy Hill, Robert Carroll (ts) Sam Allen (p) John Smith (g) Richard Fullbright (b) Bill Beason (d)
May 17
010211-1 Bluebird, B-6989 MP3
The King Cole Trio Could-ja  (Los Angeles, 1946)
Nat King Cole-p-v, Oscar Moore-g, Johnny Miller-b
Los Angeles, April 17, 1946
1080-4 Capitol , 20128 MP3
Tony Pastor's Orchestra Copley Square  (1940)
Vince Badale, Bill Robbins, Irving Berger & Charles Trotta (tpts) Henry Singer, Bill Abel & Russ Brown (tbns) Johnny McAfee & Hank Freeman (as) Tony Pastor, Stuart Anderson & Robert Taylor (ts) Les Burness (p) Frank Isnardi (g) Marvin Wittstein (b) John Morris (d)
RCA Studios, New York, October & November, 1940 Copied from a vinyl pressing of the album ''Radio Discs of Tony Pastor''
Joyce Record Club, LP-2001 MP3

Tuesday 21st of October 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Charles Brown Trio Baby, Do You Know The Game.'  (Los Angeles, 1948)
Charles Brown-p-v, Chuck Norris-g, Eddie Williams-b
November 11
RR-610-2 Aladdin, MP3
Charles Brown Trio Trouble Blues  (Los Angeles, 1949)
Charles Brown-p-v, Chuck Norris-g, Eddie Williams-b
January 14
RR-613-5 Aladdin, 3024 MP3
Garland Wilson The Blues I Love To Play  (Paris, 1938)
celeste, March 9
OSW-14-1 Swing, 46 MP3
James P. Johnson Improvisation On Pinetop's Boogie Woogie  (New York, 1943)
piano solo
December 15
BN-784 Blue Note, 26 MP3
Midge Williams And Her Jazz Jesters Love Is Like Whiskey  (New York, 1938)
Midge Williams (vcl) acc by Charlie Shavers (tp) Buster Bailey (cl) Pete Brown (as) Billy Kyle (p) Jimmy McLin (g) John Kirby (b) O'Neil Spencer (d)
February 18
M-761-1 Vocalion, 04026 MP3
Miff Mole And His Orchestra On A Little Bamboo Bridge  (New York, 1937)
Harry James, Chris Griffin, Tony Tortomas (tp) Miff Mole, Glenn Miller, Vincent Grande (tb) Paul Ricci (cl) Toots Mondello (as) Frank Signorelli (p) Carl Kress (g) Sid Weiss (b) Sam Weiss (d) Midge Williams, Chick Bullock (vcl)
February 17
20690-1 Brunswick, 7842 MP3
New Orleans Blue Five South Rampart Street Blues  (New York, 1926)
Tom Morris (cnt,dialogue-1) Joe Nanton (tb,dialogue-1) Bob Fuller (cl-2,sop-3) Mike Jackson (p) Buddy Christian (g) Helen Baxter (dialogue-1)
November 2
36897-1 Victor, 20653 MP3
Tony Pastor's Orchestra Blossoms  (1940)
Vince Badale, Bill Robbins, Irving Berger & Charles Trotta (tpts) Henry Singer, Bill Abel & Russ Brown (tbns) Johnny McAfee & Hank Freeman (as) Tony Pastor, Stuart Anderson & Robert Taylor (ts) Les Burness (p) Frank Isnardi (g) Marvin Wittstein (b) John Morris (d)
RCA Studios, New York, October & November, 1940 Copied from a vinyl pressing of the album ''Radio Discs of Tony Pastor''
Joyce Record Club, LP-2001 MP3

Monday 20th of October 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Harry James And The Boogie Woogie Trio Roll 'em, Pete.'  (New York, 1938)
Harry James And The Boogie Woogie Trio: Harry James-t, Pete Johnson-p, Johnny Williams-sb, Eddie Dougherty-d
December 30, 1938
23892-1 Vocalion, 4607 MP3
Louis Jordan And His Tympany Five I'm Gonna Move To The Outskirts Of Town  (Chicago, 1941)
Eddie Roane (tp,backing vcl) Louis Jordan (as,ts,vcl) Arnold Thomas (p) Dallas Bartley (b) Walter Martin (d)
November 22
93824-A Decca, 8593 MP3
Louis Jordan And His Tympany Five You Can't Get That No More  (Hollywood, 1943)
Eddie Roane (tp) Louis Jordan (as,ts-1,vcl) Arnold Thomas (p) Jesse "Po" Simpkins (b) Shadow Wilson (d) Duke of Iron, Sister Rosetta Tharpe (vcl)
November 22
VP572 V-disc, 237B MP3
Michel Warlop You Showed Me The Way  (Paris, 1938)
Michel Warlop-vn/Garland Wilson-p.
March 9
OSW-18-1 Swing, 74 MP3
Teddy Hill And His Orchestra When Love Knocks At Your Heart  (New York, 1935)
Bill Dillard (tp,vcl) Roy Eldridge, Bill Coleman (tp) Dicky Wells (tb) Russell Procope (cl,as) Howard Johnson (as) Teddy Hill, Chu Berry (ts) Sam Allen (p) John Smith (g) Richard Fullbright (b) Bill Beason (d)
February 26
16926-1 Banner, MP3
Teddy Wilson Rosetta  (1941)
Teddy Wilson (p), Al Hall (b), J C Heard (d)
Chicago, 4/7/41
CCO-3654-1 Columbia, 36634 MP3
Tony Pastor's Orchestra Short Order Love  (1940)
Vince Badale, Bill Robbins, Irving Berger & Charles Trotta (tpts) Henry Singer, Bill Abel & Russ Brown (tbns) Johnny McAfee & Hank Freeman (as) Tony Pastor, Stuart Anderson & Robert Taylor (ts) Les Burness (p) Frank Isnardi (g) Marvin Wittstein (b) John Morris (d)
RCA Studios, New York, October & November, 1940 Copied from a vinyl pressing of the album ''Radio Discs of Tony Pastor''
Joyce Record Club, LP-2001 MP3
Tony Pastor's Orchestra Salute  (1940)
Vince Badale, Bill Robbins, Irving Berger & Charles Trotta (tpts) Henry Singer, Bill Abel & Russ Brown (tbns) Johnny McAfee & Hank Freeman (as) Tony Pastor, Stuart Anderson & Robert Taylor (ts) Les Burness (p) Frank Isnardi (g) Marvin Wittstein (b) John Morris (d)
RCA Studios, New York, October & November, 1940 Copied from a vinyl pressing of the album ''Radio Discs of Tony Pastor''
Joyce Record Club, LP-2001 MP3

Sunday 19th of October 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
André Previn With The David Rose Orchestra Black And Blue.'  (1960)
Copied from an original 1960 vinyl pressing of the album ''Like Blue'' - A slight pressing defect could not be removed
M-g-m, E3811 MP3
Bing Crosby With Louis Jordan And His Tympani Five My Baby Said Yes (yip, Yip De Hootie)  (Los Angeles, 1944)
Bing Crosby (vcl) acc by : Eddie Roane (tp) Louis Jordan (as,ts,vcl) Arnold Thomas (p) Al Morgan (b) Wilmore "Slick" Jones (d)
July 26
L3477-A Decca, 23417 MP3
Dickie Thompson & His Blue Five Hand In Hand Blues  (New York, 1946)
Dickie Thompson & His Blue Five
1945 or 1946
SRC-141-1A Signature , 1002 MP3
Ella Fitzgerald With Orchestra Over The Rainbow  (1961)
arranged and conducted by Billy May
Hollywood, 8/1/60 or 1/14/61 Copied from an original vinyl pressing of the album ''The Harold Arlen Songbook''
Verve, V-4046-2 MP3
Johnny Moore's Three Blazers Johnny's Boogie  (Los Angeles, 1945)
Charles Brown-p, Johnny Moore, Oscar Moore-g, Eddie Williams-b, Frankie Laine-v
c. March
EXC-1008-2A Exclusive, 205 MP3
Louis Jordan And His Tympany Five Roamin' Blues  (Los Angeles, 1947)
Aaron Izenhall (tp) Louis Jordan (as,vcl) Eddie Johnson (ts) Bill Doggett (p,arr) Carl Hogan (el-g) Dallas Bartley (b) Christopher Columbus (d) [as Joe Morris (d) ] The Calypso Boys (perc-1) poss played by tp & ts pers.
November 24
DLA4575-A Decca, 24571 MP3
Patti Page With Jack Rael's Orchestra Memories Of You  (1958)
Fine Studios, New York, May, 1958
Mercury, SR-60011 MP3
Ruby Smith Acc By Gene Sedric's Orchestra Chicago Woman Blues Part 1  (New York, 1946)
Ruby Smith (vcl) acc by Lincoln Mills (tp) Gene Sedric (cl,ts) Freddie Jefferson (p) Danny Settle (b) Slick Jones (d)
August
SED-1 Harmonia, 1805 MP3

Saturday 18th of October 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Ella Fitzgerald With Orchestra Stormy Weather.'  (1961)
arranged and conducted by Billy May
Hollywood, 8/1/60 or 1/14/61 Copied from an original vinyl pressing of the album ''The Harold Arlen Songbook''
Verve, V-4046-2 MP3
James P. Johnson Ain't Misbehavin'  (New York, 1944)
piano solo
April 12
71981-A Decca, DL 5228 MP3
Johnny Moore's Three Blazers Huggin' Bug  (Los Angeles, 1946)
Charles Brown-p-v, Johnny Moore-g, Eddie Williams-b
EXC-1063-5 Exclusive, 47 MP3
Johnny Moore's Three Blazers Merry Christmas Baby  (Los Angeles, 1947)
Charles Brown-p-v, Johnny Moore, Oscar Moore-g, Eddie Williams-b
EXC-1145-2 Exclusive, 63 MP3
Johnny Moore's Three Blazers You Better Change Your Way Of Lovin'  (Los Angeles, 1948)
Charles Brown-p-v, Johnny Moore, Oscar Moore-g, Eddie Williams-b
EXC-1222-1 Exclusive, 272 MP3
Johnny Moore's Three Blazers B & O Blues  (Los Angeles, 1948)
Charles Brown-p-v, Johnny Moore, Oscar Moore-g, Eddie Williams-b
EXC-1263-3 Exclusive, 111 MP3
Johnny Moore's Three Blazers More Than You Know  (Los Angeles, 1946)
Charles Brown-p-v, Johnny Moore-g, Eddie Williams-b
MM-309 Modern Music, 139 MP3
Teddy Hill And His Nbc Orchestra I Know Now  (New York, 1937)
Bill Dillard (tp,vcl) Frank Newton, Shad Collins (tp) Dicky Wells (tb) Russell Procope (cl,as) Beatrice Douglas (vcl) Howard Johnson (as) Teddy Hill, Cecil Scott (ts,bar) Sam Allen (p) John Smith (g) Richard Fullbright (b) Bill Beason (d)
April 23
07925-1 Bluebird, B-6954 MP3

Friday 17th of October 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Buddy Cole At The Wurlitzer Pipe Organ Medley - How Am I To Know & You're Blasé.'  (1963)
Recorded in late 1963 at the home of Buddy Cole in North Hollywood Copied from an original 1964 vinyl pressing of the album ''Modern Pipe Organ'' he theatre organ heard on this album was an 18-rank Wurlitzer organ formerly housed in the United Artists theatre in Los Angeles, plus nine ranks from a Robert Morton theatre organ which he installed in the garage of his residence in North Hollywood
Warner Bros, WS-1533 MP3
Charles Brown Trio You Gave Me Everything But Love  (Los Angeles, 1949)
Charles Brown-p-v, Herman ''Tiny'' Mitchell-g, Eddie Williams-b
March 9
RR-671-3 Aladdin, MP3
James P. Johnson Daintiness Rag  (New York, 1943)
piano solo
possibly July
Asch, MP3
Johnny Moore's Three Blazers Way Over There By The Cherry Tree  (Los Angeles, 1946)
Charles Brown-p-v, Johnny Moore-g, Eddie Williams-b
EXC-1059-5 Exclusive, 704 MP3
Louis Jordan And His Tympany Five We Can't Agree  (Los Angeles, 1947)
Aaron Izenhall (tp) Louis Jordan (as,vcl) Eddie Johnson (ts) Bill Doggett (p,arr) Carl Hogan (el-g) Dallas Bartley (b) Christopher Columbus (d) [as Joe Morris (d) ] The Calypso Boys (perc-1) poss played by tp & ts pers.
November 24
DLA4573-A Decca, 24483 MP3
Louis Jordan And His Tympany Five De Laff's On You  (New York, 1941)
Freddy Webster (tp) Louis Jordan (as,ts-1,vcl) Stafford "Pazzuza" Simon (cl,ts) Arnold Thomas (p) Henry Turner (b) Walter Martin (d)
April 2
W68908 Classics, 663 MP3
Nat King Cole Cole Capers  (Los Angeles, 1947)
Nat King Cole-p-v, Oscar Moore-g, Johnny Miller-b
Los Angeles. August 13.1947
2158-3 Capitol , 10189 MP3
Tony Pastor's Orchestra Night Game In Brooklyn  (1940)
Vince Badale, Bill Robbins, Irving Berger & Charles Trotta (tpts) Henry Singer, Bill Abel & Russ Brown (tbns) Johnny McAfee & Hank Freeman (as) Tony Pastor, Stuart Anderson & Robert Taylor (ts) Les Burness (p) Frank Isnardi (g) Marvin Wittstein (b) John Morris (d)
RCA Studios, New York, October & November, 1940 Copied from a vinyl pressing of the album ''Radio Discs of Tony Pastor'' Recorded by RCA but licensed only for radio broadcasts In some cases, the commercial disc was different from the radio disc
Joyce Record Club, LP-2001 MP3

Thursday 16th of October 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
André Previn With The David Rose Orchestra Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea.'  (1960)
Copied from an original 1960 vinyl pressing of the album ''Like Blue''
M-g-m, E3811 MP3
André Previn With The David Rose Orchestra Born To Be Blue  (1960)
Copied from an original 1960 vinyl pressing of the album ''Like Blue''
M-g-m, E3811 MP3
Ella Fitzgerald With Orchestra This Time The Dream's On Me  (1961)
arranged and conducted by Billy May
Hollywood, 8/1/60 or 1/14/61 Copied from an original vinyl pressing of the album ''The Harold Arlen Songbook''
Verve, V-4046-2 MP3
Johnny Moore's Three Blazers You Are My First Love  (Los Angeles, 1946)
Charles Brown-p-v, Johnny Moore-g, Eddie Williams-b
February 4
129-A Aladdin, 129 MP3
Louis Jordan And His Tympany Five Boogie Woogie Blue Plate  (New York, 1947)
Aaron Izenhall (tp) Louis Jordan (as,vcl) Eddie Johnson (ts) Wild Bill Davis (p,arr) Carl Hogan (el-g) Dallas Bartley (b) Christopher Columbus (d) [as Joe Morris (d) ] The Calypso Boys (perc-1) poss played by tp & ts pers.
April 23
W73882-A Decca, 24108 MP3
Muggsy Spanier & His Jazz Ltd. Orchestra A Good Man Is Hard To Find  (Chicago, 1949)
Muggsy Spanier (cnt) Munn Ware (tb) Bill Reinhardt (cl) Don Ewell (p) Sid Thall (b) Wally Gordon (d)
February
UB9183JL Jazz Limited, 401 MP3
Teddy Hill And His Orchestra Blue Rhythm Fantasy  (New York, 1936)
Bill Dillard (tp,vcl) Frank Newton, Shad Collins (tp) Dicky Wells (tb) Russell Procope (cl,as) Howard Johnson (as) Teddy Hill, Cecil Scott (ts,bar) Sam Allen (p) John Smith (g) Richard Fullbright (b) Bill Beason (d)
May 4
19176-1 Vocalion, 3247 MP3
The Dukes Of Dixieland Listen To The Mockingbird  (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
Audio Fidelity, AFSD-5840 MP3

Wednesday 15th of October 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Charles Brown Trio Alley Batting.'  (Los Angeles, 1949)
Charles Brown-p-v, Herman ''Tiny'' Mitchell-g, Eddie Williams-b
March 9
RR-674-1 Aladdin, 3157 MP3
James P. Johnson Caprice Rag  (New York, 1943)
piano solo
December 15
BN-783 Blue Note, 26 MP3
Johnny Moore's Three Blazers Fugue In C Major  (Los Angeles, 1944)
Charles Brown-p-v, Johnny Moore, Oscar Moore-g, Eddie Williams-b, Frankie Laine-v
A-121 Atlas, 107 MP3
Louis Jordan And His Tympany Five Waitin' For The Robert E. Lee  (New York, 1940)
Courtney Williams (tp) Louis Jordan (cl,as,bar,vcl) Kenneth Hollon (cl,ts) Arnold Thomas (p) Charlie Drayton (b) Walter Martin (d)
April 29
W67637-A Decca, 3360 MP3
Midge Williams And Her Jazz Jesters I'm Getting Sentimental Over You  (New York, 1937)
Midge Williams (vcl) acc by Dave Wade (tp) Pete Pumiglio (cl) Dave Harris (ts) Raymond Scott (p) unknown (g) Lou Shoobe (b) Johnny Williams (d)
February 26
M-135-1 Variety, 566 MP3
Muggsy Spanier And His Dixieland Band Home  (Chicago, 1950)
Muggsy Spanier (cnt) Harry Graves (tb) Darnell Howard (cl) Floyd Bean (p) Truck Parham (b) Don Chester (d)
August 10
3675-1 Mercury, 5494 MP3
Ruby Smith Acc By Gene Sedric's Orchestra Sedric's Blues  (New York, 1946)
Ruby Smith (vcl) acc by Lincoln Mills (tp) Gene Sedric (cl,ts) Freddie Jefferson (p) Danny Settle (b) Slick Jones (d)
August
SED-4 Harmonia, 1804 MP3
Midge Williams And Her Jazz Jesters An Old Flame Never Dies  (New York, 1937)
Midge Williams (vcl) acc by Frank Newton (tp) Buster Bailey (cl) Pete Brown (as) Billy Kyle (p) Jimmy McLin (g) John Kirby (b) O'Neil Spencer (d)
October 1
M-663-2 Variety, 670 MP3

Tuesday 14th of October 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Buddy Cole At The Wurlitzer Pipe Organ Serenata.'  (1963)
Recorded in late 1963 by Lowell Frank in the Organ Building at the home of Buddy Cole in North Hollywood Copied from an original 1964 vinyl pressing of the album ''Modern Pipe Organ'' The theatre organ heard on this album was an 18-rank Wurlitzer organ formerly housed in the United Artists theatre in Los Angeles, plus nine ranks from a Robert Morton theatre organ which he installed in the garage of his residence in North Hollywood
Warner Bros, WS-1533 MP3
James P. Johnson A Porter's Love Song To A Chambermaid  (New York, 1944)
James P. Johnson (p) Eddie Dougherty (d)
September 22
72391-A Decca , DL 5190 MP3
Joe Sullivan Andy´s Blues  (New York, 1941)
piano solo
March 25
R-4053- Commodore, 540 MP3
Johnny Moore's Three Blazers Juke Box Lil  (Los Angeles, 1946)
Charles Brown-p-v, Johnny Moore-g, Eddie Williams-b
EXC-1070-4 Exclusive, 249 MP3
Johnny Moore's Three Blazers It Had To Be You  (Los Angeles, 1946)
Charles Brown-p-v, Johnny Moore-g, Eddie Williams-b
Modern Music, 152 MP3
Louis Jordan And His Tympany Five I'm Gonna Leave You On The Outskirts Of Town  (New York, 1942)
Eddie Roane (tp,backing vcl) Louis Jordan (as,ts,vcl) Arnold Thomas (p) Dallas Bartley (b) Walter Martin (d)
July 21
71128-A Decca, 8638 MP3
Nat King Cole Blues In My Shower  (Los Angeles, 1947)
Nat King Cole-p-v, Oscar Moore-g, Johnny Miller-b
Los Angeles. August 13.1947
2159-1 Capitol , 10191 MP3
Tony Pastor's Orchestra Calling All Hearts  (1940)
Vince Badale, Bill Robbins, Irving Berger & Charles Trotta (tpts) Henry Singer, Bill Abel & Russ Brown (tbns) Johnny McAfee & Hank Freeman (as) Tony Pastor, Stuart Anderson & Robert Taylor (ts) Les Burness (p) Frank Isnardi (g) Marvin Wittstein (b) John Morris (d)
RCA Studios, New York, October & November, 1940 Copied from a vinyl pressing of the album ''Radio Discs of Tony Pastor'' These takes differ from the commercial releases (if any and were licensed for radio broadcasts only
Joyce Record Club, LP-2001 MP3

Monday 13th of October 2014

New titles of the day (m3u)
Artist title matrix label, Nr
Billy May's Orchestra My Darling.'  (1960)
Conrad Gozzo, Frank Beach, Don Fagerquist, Pete Candoli, Mannie Klein (tp) Tommy Pederson, Joe Howard, Ed Kusby (tb) George Roberts (b-tb) Paul Horn, Skeets Herfurt (as) Justin Gordon, Babe Russin (ts) Chuck Gentry (bar) Jimmy Rowles (p) Joe Mondragon (b) Alvin Stoller (d) Billy May (arr,cond)
Copied from an original 1960 vinyl pressing of the album ''The Girls and Boys on Broadway''
Capitol, ST-1418 MP3
Buddy Cole At The Wurlitzer Pipe Organ I'll Follow My Secret Heart (from ''conversation Piece''  (1963)
Recorded in late 1963 by Lowell Frank in the Organ Building at the home of Buddy Cole in North Hollywood Copied from an original 1964 vinyl pressing of the album ''Modern Pipe Organ'' - The theatre organ heard on this album was an 18-rank Wurlitzer organ formerly housed in the United Artists theatre in Los Angeles, plus nine ranks from a Robert Morton theatre organ which he installed in the garage of his residence in North Hollywood
Warner Bros, WS-1533 MP3
Garland Wilson You Rascal You  (Paris, 1933)
piano, c. December
5750bdp Brunswick, A-500359 MP3
Louis Jordan And His Tympany Five Mop-mop  (New York, 1944)
Eddie Roane (tp) Louis Jordan (as,vcl) Arnold Thomas (p) Al Morgan (b) Slick Jones (d)
March 15
W71871-A Decca, 8668 MP3

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