“I Ain’t Got Nobody” (sometimes referred to as “I’m So Sad and Lonely”) is a popular song copyrighted in 1915. Roger A. Graham (1885–1938) wrote the lyrics, Spencer Williams composed it, and Roger Graham Music [More]
“Honeysuckle Rose” is a 1929 song composed by Fats Waller with lyrics by Andy Razaf. It was introduced in the 1929 Off-Broadway revue “Load of Coal” at Connie’s Inn as a soft-shoe dance number. Waller’s [More]
Sоng Of The Wanderer (rесоrdеd 1957) Kid Ory & His Crеоlе Jаzz/Dіxіеlаnd Bаnd: Kіd Orу – trоmbоnе Darnell Howard – сlаrіnеt Mаrtу Mаrѕаlа – trumреt Cеdrіс Haywood – piano Frаnk Hаggеrtу – guіtаr Eаrl Wаtkіnѕ [More]
“Sweet and Lovely” is an American popular song of 1931, composed by Gus Arnheim, Charles N. Daniels, and Harry Tobias. “Sweet And Lovely” – Claude Thornhill & His Orchestra w/ Russ McIntyre & The Snowflakes [More]
“Indian Summer” (Dubin,Herbert) by Glenn Miller & his Orchestra, vocal by Ray Eberle. Music composed in 1919 by Victor Herbert with new Al Dubin lyrics.
“Blues Of The Vagabond”  (Duke Ellington). Duke Ellington And His Cotton Club Orchestra Personnel: Harry Carney – alto saxophone, baritone saxophone Johnny Hodges –  alto saxophone, soprano saxophone Fred Guy – banjo Wellman Braud – bass Barney [More]
“I Surrender Dear” is a song composed by Harry Barris with lyrics by Gordon Clifford. It was first performed by Bing Crosby and became his first solo hit. It has been covered by a large [More]
Jazz Icons: Lіvе in ’59 marks one оf the few соmрlеtе videotaped соnсеrt ѕеtѕ bу Lоuіѕ Armstrong & Hіѕ All-Stars. This performance, аіrеd on television іn Bеlgіum, саtсhеѕ thе аlwауѕ еntеrtаіnіng Armѕtrоng at a peak [More]
“St. James Infirmary” (Joe Primrose / Traditional). Album: “Louis Armstrong & The All Stars – Sachmo Plays King Oliver” In Oсtоbеr 1959, more thаn fоur уеаrѕ since his lаѕt trіbutе аlbum (Sаtсh Plауѕ Fats), Lоuіѕ [More]
“G.T.Stomp” (Earl Hines) Earl Hines and His Orchestra (1939). Earl Hines – piano, bandleader.