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Sunday Evening Jazz (Music)

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

Sun Nov 11th 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

8:55pm

Duke Ellington & His Famous Orchestra “Creole Love Call”
from The Complete 1932-1040 Brunswick, Columbia And Master Recordings Of Duke Ellington And His Famous Orchestra (Mosaic (11CD) 1932) —Artie Whetsel, Cootie Williams, tpts; Juan Tizol, Joe Nanton, trbs; Harry Carney, Barney Bigard, clts

8:45pm

Duke Ellington and His Orchestra “Golden Cress”
from V-Disc: Duke Ellington (Collector's Choice Music (3CD) 1946) —Lawrence Brown, trb

8:37pm

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra “Frankie & Johnny (Pts. 1 & 2)”
from V-Disc: Duke Ellington (Collector's Choice Music (3CD) 1945) —Joe Nanton, trb; Ray Nance, vln; Jr Raglin, bs

8:34pm

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra “Canteen Bounce”
from Big Band Jazz, The Jubilee Sessions 1943-1946 (Hindsight (3CD) 1944) —Taft Jordan, tpt; Jimmy Hamilton, clt

8:31pm

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra “A Slip Of the Lip”
from Never No Lament: The Blanton-Webster Band (Bluebird (3CD) 1942) —Ray Nance, vcl/tpt; Johnny Hodges, as

8:29pm

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra “Hayfoot, Strawfoot”
from Never No Lament: The Blanton-Webster Band (Bluebird (3CD) 1942) —Ivie Anderson, vcl; Rex Stewart, tpt; Ben Webster, ts

8:24pm

American Band of the AEF Conducted by Maj Glenn Miller “Jeep Jockey Jump”
from Glenn Miller: The Lost Recordings (RCA Victor (2CD) 1944) —Bernie Privin, tpt; Ray McKinley, dms

8:20pm

Wilbert Baranco & His Orchestra “Bugle Call Rag”
from Big Band Jazz, The Jubilee Sessions 1943-1946 (Hindsight (3CD) 1946) —Snooky Young, tpt; Lucky Thompson, ts; Charles Mingus, bs

8:17pm

Andy Kirk &His Clouds Of Joy “McGhee Special”
from Big Band Jazz, The Jubilee Sessions 1943-1946 (Hindsight (3CD) 1944) —Howard McGhee, tpt; John Harrington, ts

8:11pm

Gerald Wilson & His Orchestra “Frantic On The Atlantic”
from Big Band Jazz, The Jubilee Sessions 1943-1946 (Hindsight (3CD) 1946) —John Anderson, tpt

8:05pm

Glenn Miller & The Army Air Force Band “Tail End Charlie”
from This Is Glenn Miller & The Army Air Force Band (RCA Records (2LP) 1943) —Chuck Gentry, bar; Bernie Privin, Bobby Nichols, tpts; Mel Powell, pno

7:56pm

Johnny Mercer “G.I. Jive”
from The Jubilee Shows Vol. 10 (The Jubilee Shows (Ger) 1943) —Cee Pee Johnson Orchestra

7:51pm

Count Basie & His Orchestra “Harvard Blues”
from Swinging On A V-Disc (Jasmine (UK)(4CD) 1944) —Jimmy Rushing, vcl; Buddy Tate, ts; Dickie Wells, trb

7:48pm

Johnny Mercer “G.I. Jive”
from Johnny Mercer (Mosaic Select (3CD) 1943) —Paul Weston Orchestra

7:41pm

Hot Lips Page & V-Disc All Stars “The sheik of Araby”
from Swinging On A V-Disc (Jasmine (UK)(4CD) 1944) —Page, vcl/tpt; Bobby Hackett, tpt; Jack Teagarden, Lou McGarity, trb; Ernie Caceres, clt; Cozy Cole, dms; Johnny Guarnieri, pno

7:38pm

Artie Shaw & His Gramercy Five “The Sad Sack”
from The Complete Spotlight Band 1945 Broadcasts (Hep (2CD) (UK) 1945) —Barney Kessel, gtr; Dodo Marmarosa, pno

7:36pm

Fats Waller “This Is so Nice It Must Be Illegal”
from V-Disc: Fats Waller (Collector's Choice Music 1943)

7:29pm

Fats Waller “There's A Gal In My Life”
from V-Disc: Fats Waller (Collector's Choice Music 1943)

7:25pm

The V-Disc All Stars “John Hardy's Wife”
from Midnights At V-Disc (Jazz Unlimited (Den) 1945) —Ben Webster, ts; Bill Harris, trb; Ralph Burns, pno

7:20pm

The New York Stars “Jammin' On A V-Disc”
from Swinging On A V-Disc (Jasmine (UK)(4CD) 1947) —Count Basie, pno; Roy Eldridge, tpt; Illinois Jacquet, ts;

7:13pm

Louis Armstrong & V-Disc All Stars “I'm Confessin'”
from Midnights At V-Disc (Jazz Unlimited 1944) —Armstrong, vcl/tpt; Jack Teagarden, trb; Johnny Guarnieri, pno

7:08pm

Muggsy Spanier & His V-Disc All Stars “Pee Wee Speaks”
from Swinging On A V-Disc (Jasmine (UK)(4CD) 1944) —PeeWee Russell, vcl/clt; Jess Stacy, pno; Lou McGarity, trb

7:06pm

Muggsy Spanier's Ragtime Band “Black & Blue”
from At The Jazz Band Ball (Bluebird 1939) —Joe Bushkin, pno

7:01pm

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra “Things Ain't What They Used To Be”
from Black, Brown & Beige (The 1944-1946 Band Recordings) (Bluebird (3CD) 1945) —Taft Jordan, tpt; Johnny Hodges, as; Lawrence Brown, trb


Like everything else, times are approximate. Spinitron and this station are not liable for errors or omissions.