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Play lists from our weekly jazz radio broadcast including recording dates, personnel and CD and LP information.


Postby jazzjester » Tue July 25 2006 05:02 PM

July 26, 1949 Nat King Cole - Exactly like you (1) Nat King Cole (p,vcl) Irving Ashby (g) Joe Comfort (b) Jack Costanzo (bgo-1,cga-1) Cool Cole - Proper

Oscar Aleman - In The Mood Oscar Aleman, Dario "Johnny" Quaglia (g) Hernan Oliva (vln) Andres Alvarez (b) Ramon Caravaca (d) January 1942 Buenos Aries – Paris 1938 – 1943 - Fremuex & Associes

Slim Gaillard - Buck dance rhythm (g,vcl) Bam Brown (b,vcl) Kenneth Hollon (ts) November 1938 Comp Col Master Takes - Definitive

Lionel Hampton - Central Avenue breakdown Lionel Hampton (vib,p-1,d-2) Nat King Cole (p) Oscar Moore (g) Wesley Prince (b) Al Spieldock (d) May 1940 All Star Sessions Vol 1 – Avid

Squirrel Nut Zippers – Put A Lid On It 1996 Tom Mawell song as sung by Katherine Whalen Hot – Mammoth

The Swing Session – Swing Man Jack McVea did it originally, vocal Peter Pops Walsh, Little David Rose bass, Bowen Brown drums, Jeff Ervin Sax Self Titled album on Jewel Records

Reet, petite and gone - Louis Jordan and his Tympany Five: Oct 1946 Aaron Izenhall (tp) Louis Jordan (as,vcl) prob James Wright (ts) Wild Bill Davis (p,arr) Carl Hogan (el-g) Jesse "Po" Simpkins (b) Joe Morris (d) Louis Jordan And His Tympany Five – Proper

Roy Milton - Junior jumps Feb 1949 Arthur Walker (tp) Jackie Kelso (as) Benny Waters (ts) Camille Howard (p) Johnny Rogers (g) Dallas Bartley (b) Roy Milton (d,vcl-1) band Groovy Blues – Specialty

July 26, 1962 King Pleasure - Jazz jump King Pleasure (vcl) acc by large unknown orchestra incl. strings, choir, and Seldon Powell (ts) Teacho Wiltshire (arr) The Best Of Jazz Juice – Beechwood

Lester Young and his Band - It don't mean a thing (if it ain't got that swing) Jesse Drakes (tp) Lester Young (ts) Gildo Mahones (p) John Ore (b) Connie Kay (d) December 1954 Lester Swings – Verve

Peggy Lee – Things Are Swingin Title track to a 1958 LP available as a 2 for 1 deal coupled with her album Jump For Joy – Capitol / EMI

Wild Bill Davis - Hit The Road Jack

Ray Charles – Hit The Road Jack Grammy winner in 1961 for best R&B rec Ray Charles Anthology – Rhino

July 25th 1962 Duke Ellington -"G" for groove Britt Woodman, Chuck Connors, Buster Cooper (tb) Paul Gonsalves (ts) Duke Ellington (p) Billy Stayhorn (p-1) Aaron Bell (b) Sam Woodyard (d)

Ella Fitzgerald and Duke Ellington - Duke's place [C jam blues] October 1965 Cat Anderson, Cootie Williams, Mercer Ellington, Herbie Jones (tp) Lawrence Brown, Chuck Connors, Buster Cooper (tb) Jimmy Hamilton (cl,ts) Russell Procope (as,cl) Johnny Hodges (as) Paul Gonsalves (ts) Harry Carney (bar,cl,b-cl) Duke Ellington (p) John Lamb (b) Louie Bellson (d) Ella Fitzgerald (vcl) Jimmy Jones (p-1,2) Ella Fitz – Compact jazz – Verve

Terry Gibs Dream band - Mainstem TGDB Vol 4

July 24
Charles Cootie Williams, b.1910
Duke Ellington's orchestra, from 1929 to 1940. He also recorded his own sessions during this time, both freelance and with other Ellington sidemen. In 1940 he joined Benny Goodman's orchestra, then in 1941 formed his own orchestra,

Goodman Sextet - Waitin’ For Benny

Goodman Sextet - Wholly Cats

Cootie Williams and his Rug Cutters - A lesson in C (jk vcl) :
Cootie Williams (tp) Joe "Tricky Sam" Nanton (tb) Barney Bigard (cl,ts) Johnny Hodges (as,sop) Harry Carney (bar) Duke Ellington (p) Fred Guy (g) Billy Taylor, Sr. (b) Sonny Greer (d) Jerry Kruger (vcl) added April 4, 1938

July 25
Johnny Hodges, b.1907
Johnny Hodges - Things ain't what they used to be [Time's-a-wastin]
Lawrence Brown (tb) Johnny Hodges (sop,as) Harry Carney (bar) Duke Ellington (p) Jimmy Blanton (b) Sonny Greer (d) Ray Nance (tp)
Hollywood, July 3, 1941

Johnny Hodges - A little taste Harold "Shorty" Baker (tp) Johnny Hodges (as) Al Sears (ts) Harry Carney (bar) Billy Strayhorn (p) Oscar Pettiford (b) Sonny Greer (d) New York, late 1947

Johnny Hodges and his Orchestra - Wham Emmett Berry (tp) Lawrence Brown (tb) Johnny Hodges (as) Al Sears (ts) Leroy Lovett (p) Lloyd Trotman (b) Joe Marshall (d) New York, January 13, 1952

Johnny Hodges - Goin' out the back way Lawrence Brown (tb) Johnny Hodges (sop,as) Harry Carney (bar) Duke Ellington (p) Jimmy Blanton (b) Sonny Greer (d) Ray Nance (tp) Hollywood, July 3, 1941

Chris Connor - Summertime

July 29, 1958 Miles Davis - It ain't necessarily so
Miles Davis (tp-1,flhrn) Johnny Coles, Bernie Glow, Ernie Royal, Louis Mucci (tp) Joe Bennett, Frank Rehak, Jimmy Cleveland (tb) Dick Hixson (b-tb) Willie Ruff, Julius Watkins, Gunther Schuller (fhr) Bill Barber (tu) Julian "Cannonball" Adderley (as) Phil Bodner, Romeo Penque (fl) Danny Bank (b-cl,bar) Paul Chambers (b) Jimmy Cobb (d) Gil Evans (arr,cond) New York,

Joni Mitchell – Sometimes I’m happy 2000 Both Sides Now – Reprise

Jimmy McGriff – Blues Go Away

Annie Ross – The Way You Look Tonight Milt Jackson vibes

Lambert Hendricks And Ross – Twisted

July 29, 1960 John Lewis' All Stars - Two degrees east, three degrees west John Lewis (p) Jim Hall (g) George Duvivier (b) Connie Kay (d)
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