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In The Basement With Grandpa April 2,2019 Jazz Journey

Pee Wee Russell – The Very Thought Of You – Swingville original Jazz sampler

606am

Shorty Baker And Doc Cheatham – Night Train –  ”    ”

Eddie Lang – Add A Little Wiggle – Progressions : 100 Years of Jazz Guitar

616am

Earl ” Fatha” Hines And His Band – Yes Sir, That’s My Baby – Swingville sampler

Benny Goodman – After You’ve Gone – RCA Victor 80th Anniversary

Muggsey Spanier’s Ragtime Band – Relaxin’ At The Touro –   ”    ”

Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie – My Melancholy Baby – Jazz Spirit

Charlie Barnet – Pompton Turnpike – The Music of 1940-41

Django Reinhardt – The Sheik Of Araby – Swingville Sampler

Tommy Dorsey Orchestra – Boogie Woogie – RCA Victor 80th Anniversary

642am

Henry Busse Orchestra – Canteen Bounce – Sentimental Journey

Billie Holiday – Summertime – Jazz Spirit

Ella Fitzgerald – Undecided – Jazz Masters

Martha Raye – How’m I Doin’ / Dinah – Progressions : 100 Years of Jazz Guitar

Andy Iona & His Islanders – Minnehaha –   ”    ”

659am

Sol Hoopi’s Novelty Trio – The Only One For Me –   ”   ”

PSAs

Louis Jordan – Blue Light Boogie

711am

The Mills Brothers – Pennies From Heaven – Golden Greats

The Ink Spots – Swingin’ On The Strings – Progressions : 100 Years of Guitar

The Puppini Sisters – It Don’t Mean A Thing If It Ain’t Got That Swing – The Rise and Fall Of Ruby Woo

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Slim Gaillard & His Flat Foot Floogie Boys – Palm Springs Jump – Progressions: 100 Years of Jazz Guitar

Cab Calloway & His Orchestra – Minnie The Moocher – RCA Victor 80th Anniversary

Brian Setzer Orchestra – Route 66 – Next Generation Swing

733am

Four Tones – Hit That Jive, Jack – Sentimental Journey

Spike Jones – Little Bo Peep Has Lost Her Jeep –  ”   ”

Fats Domino – I’m Walkin’ – Big Ol’ Box Of New Orleans

Nat King Cole – L-O-V-E (French Version) – Cafe De Flore 2

Frank Sinatra – I Fall In Love Too Easily (Anchors Aweigh) – Greatest Film Hits

Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra and Frank Sinatra – The Call Of The Canyon (from Rhythm On The Range) – The Essential Frank Sinatra & Tommy Dorsey

Ginger Rogers – Let Yourself Go (Follow The Fleet) – Greatest Film Hits

Bob Hope & Shirley Ross  – Two Sleepy People (Thanks for the Memories) – ”   ”

Benny Goodman & His Orchestra – Sing Sing Sing

Sing,Sing,Sing was written by Louis Prima…

On July 6, 1937, “Sing, Sing, Sing” was recorded in Hollywood with Benny Goodman on clarinet; Harry JamesZiggy Elman, and Chris Griffin on trumpets; Red Ballard and Murray McEachern on trombones; Hymie Schertzer and George Koenig on alto saxophones; Art Rollini and Vido Musso on tenor saxophone; Jess Stacy on piano; Allan Reuss on guitar; Harry Goodman on bass; and Gene Krupa on drums. The song was arranged by Jimmy Mundy. Unlike most big band arrangements of that era, limited in length to three minutes so that they could be recorded on one side of a standard 10-inch 78-rpm record, the version which Goodman’s band recorded was an extended work. The 1937 recording lasted 8 min 43 seconds, and it took up both sides of a 12-inch 78. At its longest, a live performance (with impromptu solos) was recorded and took 12 minutes and 30 seconds. Mundy’s arrangement incorporated “Christopher Columbus,” a piece written by Chu Berry for the Fletcher Henderson band, as well as Prima’s work. Fletcher Henderson recorded a vocal version in August, 1936.[2] The 1937 Benny Goodman recording was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1982. (wikipedia)