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Sunday Evening Jazz (Music)

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

Sun Aug 19th 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 “Autumn Leaves”
from The Complete Ellington Indigos (Phoenix Records 1957) —Ray Nance, vln; Ozzie Bailey, vcl


Johnny Hodges “Two Sleepy People”
from The Complete Verve Johnny Hodges Small Group Sessions 1956-61 (Mosaic (6CD) 1960) —Lawrence Brown, trb; Jimmy Jones, pno


Duke Ellington & His Orchestra “Carribee Joe”
from A Drum Is A Woman (Columbia (LP) 1956) —Joya Sherrill, vcl


Duke Ellington & His Orchestra “The Gal From Joe's”
from Duke Ellington At the Cotton Club (Storyville (DEN)(2CD) 1938) —Johnny Hodges, as


Duke Ellington & His Orchestra “The Blues”
from The Duke Ellington Carnegie Hall Concerts-#3, January, 1946 (Fantasy (2LP) 1946) —Joya Sherrill, vcl; Al Sears, ts


Joya Sherrill “Just Squeeze Me (but Don't Tease Me)”
from Joya Sherrill Sings Duke (Verve 1965) —Cootie Williams, tpt


Duke Ellington & His Orchestra “The Wonder Of You”
from Black, Brown & Beige (The 1944-1946 Band Recordings) (Bluebird (3CD) 1945) —Joya Sherrill, vcl; Lawrence Brown, trb; Johnny Hodges, as


Glenn Miller and Army Air Force Band “Everybody Loves My Baby”
from This Is Glenn Miller & The Army Air Force Band (RCA Victor (2LP) 1944) —Bernie Privin, tpt; Mel Powell, pno


Artie Shaw & His Orchestra “Tabu”
from The Complete Spotlight Band 1945 Broadcasts (Hep (2CD)(UK) 1945) —Roy Eldridge, tpt; Barney Kessell, gtr


Lucky Millinder & His Orchestra “Savoy”
from Swinging At The Savoy (Jazz Archives (FR) 1942) —Freddie Webster, tpt; Clyde Hart, pno


Count Basie & His Orchestra “Harlem Shout”
from The Savory Sessions 1935-1940 (Mosaic (6CD) 1938) —Benny Morton, trb; Earl Warren, as; Harry Edison, tpt; Herschel Evans, ts


Jimmie Lunceford & His Orchestra “Harlem Shout”
from The Complete Jimmie Lunceford Decca Sessions (Mosaic (7CD) 1936) —Paul Webster, tpt; Joe Thomas, ts


Count Basie & His Orchestra “Every Tub”
from The Savory Collection 1935-1940 (Mosaic (6CD) 1939) —Lester Young, Buddy Tate, ts; Harry Edison, tpt; Eddie Durham, arr


Jimmie Lunceford and His Orchestra “Lunceford Special” (columbia 1939) —Eddie Durham, arr; Paul Webster, tpt; Willie Smith, as; Trummy Young, trb


Count Basie & His Orchestra “Georgianna”
from Classic 1936-1947 Count Basie And Lester Young Studio Sessions (Mosaic (8CD) 1938) —Lester Young, Herschel Evans, ts; Jimmy Rushing, vcl; Eddie Durham, arr


Joe Sullivan & His Cafe Society Orchestra “Oh, Lady Be Good”
from Giants of Jazz 1929-1963 (Time Life Records (3LP) 1940) —Edmond Hall, clt; Danny Polo, ts; Benny Morton, trb


Mildred Bailey & Her Swing Band “When Day Is Done”
from Her Greatest Performances (1929-1946) (Columbia (3LP) 1935) —Red Norvo, xyl; Teddy Wilson, pno; Dick McDonough, gtr; Chris Griffin, tpt


Coleman Hawkins' All Star Octet “When Day Is Done”
from Coleman Hawkins A Retrospective: 1929-1963 (Bluebird (2CD) 1940) —Benny Carter, tpt; J.C. Higginbotham, trb; Danny Polo, clt


Big Joe Turner “Here Comes Your Iceman”
from Big Joe Rides Again (Atlantic Jazz 1959) —Ernie Royal, tpt; Vic Dickenson, trb; Jimmy Jones, pno


Edmond Hall's All Star Quintet “Rompin' In '44”
from Profoundly Blue (BLUE NOTE 1944) —Red Norvo, vbs; Teddy Wilson, pno; Carl Kress, gtr


Pete Johnson “You Don't Know My Mind”
from Reminiscing At Blue Note (BLUE NOTE 1939)


Kansas City Seven “After Theater Jump”
from Classic 1936-1947 Count Basie And Lester Young Studio Sessions (Mosaic (8CD) 1944) —Count Basie, pno; Buck Clayton, tpt; Lester Young, ts; Dickie Wells, trb


Kansas City Six “Countless Blues”
from The "Kansas City" Sessions (Commodore/GRP 1938) —Lester Young, clt; Buck Clayton, tpt; Eddie Durham, el gtr


Jones-Smith, Inc “Boogie Woogie”
from Classic 1936-1947 Count Basie And Lester Young Studio Sessions (Mosaic (8CD) 1936) —Count Basie, pno; Jimmy Rushing, vcl; Lester Young, ts; Carl Smith, tpt


Joya Sherrill “Things Ain't What They Used To Be”
from Joya Sherrill Sings Duke (Verve 1965) —Cootie Williams, tpt; Johnny Hodges, as

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