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Sunday Evening Jazz (Music)

Classic Jazz from 20's on: small groups, big bands and, of course, Ellingtonia

Sun Feb 18th 2018 7.00pm–9.00pm

R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links help support the station.

Time zone: pacific


Duke Ellington & His Orchestra “Satin Doll”
from The Private Collection, Vol One (LMR 1956) —Paul Gonsalves, ts


Duke Ellington & His Orchestra “Creole Love Call”
from Carnegie Hall, November 13, 1948 (Vintage Jazz Classics (2CD) 1948) —Kay Davis, vcl; Ray Nance, tpt


Duke Ellington & His Orchestra “Jeep's Blues”
from At The Alhambra (Pablo 1958) —Johnny Hodges, as


Duke Ellington & His Orchestra “The Swinger's Jump”
from Blues In Orbit (columbia 1959) —Johnny Hodges, as; Ray Nance, tpt; Booty Wood, trb; Jimmy Hamilton, clt


Duke Ellington & His Orchestra “Bojangles”
from Never No Lament: The Blanton-Webster Band (Bluebird (3CD) 1940) —Jimmy Blanton, bs; Ben Webster, ts; Barney Bigard, clt


Duke Ellington & His Orchestra “The Mooche”
from Ellington Uptown (columbia 1952) —Ray Nance, tpt; Russell Procope, Jimmy Hamilton, clts; Quentin Jackson, trb; Hilton Jefferson, as; Harry Carney, bar


Jay McShann & His Orchestra “Dexter Blues”
from Jumpin' The Blues (Proper (UK)(2CD) 1941) —Orville Minor, tpt; John Jackson, as


Andy Kirk & His 12 Clouds Of Joy “Walkin' And Swingin'”
from Mary's Idea (Decca Jazz/GRP 1936) —Mary Lou Williams, pno/comp/arr; Dick Wilson, ts


Count Basie & His Orchestra “I Left My Baby”
from Classic Columbia, Okeh And Vocalion Lester Young With Count Basie (1936-1940) (Mosaic (4CD) 1939) —Jimmy Rushing, vcl; Ed Lewis, tpt; Earl Warren, as; Lester Young, ts


Fletcher Henderson & His Orchestra “King Porter Stomp”
from Ken Burns Jazz: Fletcher Henderson (Columbia Legacy 1933) —Bobby Stark, Red Allen, tpts; Dicky Wells, trb; Russell Procope, clt; Coleman Hawkins, ts


Jimmie Lunceford & His Orchestra “Uptown Blues”
from Lunceford Special 1939-1940 (columbia 1939) —Willie Smith, as; Snooky Young, tpt


Ella Fitzgerald “They Can't Take That Away From Me”
from Ella and the London Symphony Orchestra (Verve 2017) —Louis Armstrong, vcl/tpt


James P. Johnson's Blue Note Jazzmen “Victory Stride”
from The Blue Note Jazzmen (Blue Note/Capitol 1944) —Ben Webster, ts; Sidney DeParis, tpt; Vic Dickenson, trb; Sid Catlett, dms


Lionel Hampton & His Orchestra “Shufflin' At The Hollywood”
from The Complete Lionel Hampton Victor Sessions 1937-1941 (Mosaic (5CD) 1939) —Chu Berry, ts; Clyde Hart, pno


Jelly Roll Morton & His Red Hot Peppers “Steamboat Stomp”
from Jelly Roll Morton Volume 1 (JSP (UK)(5CD) 1926) —George Mitchell, cnt; Kid Ory, trb; Omer Simeon, clt


Joe Venuti's Blue Four “My Honey's Loving Arms”
from Eddie Lang and Joe Venuti (JSP (UK)(2CD) 1928) —Jimmy Dorsey, tpt/bar; Rube Bloom, pno/vcl


Benny Goodman Sextet “Shivers”
from The Benny Goodman Sextet Featuring Charlie Christian (1939-1941) (columbia 1939) —Lionel Hampton, vbs; Charlie Christian, el-gtr; Johnny Guarnieri, pno


Benny Goodman Sextet “Umbrella Man”
from "Class Of '39" (Collectors' Choice Music 1939) —Leonard Ware, el-gtr; Lionel Hampton, vbs; Teddy Wilson, pno


Sidney Bechet & His Orchestra “Jungle Drums”
from The Sidney Bechet Story (Proper (UK)(4CD) 1938) —Ernie Caceres, bar; Leonard Ware, el gtr; Zutty Singleton, dms


Duke Ellington & His Orchestra “Things Ain't What They Used To Be”
from At The Alhambra (Pablo 1958) —Johnny Hodges, as

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