“All the Things You Are” is a song composed by Jerome Kern with lyrics written by Oscar Hammerstein II. The song was written for the musical Very Warm for May (1939). Personnel: Artie Shaw and [More]
“Recorded at the Roundtable nightclub in New York City on July 1, 1959, this performance marked the beginning of a new, penultimate phase of Jack Teagarden’s recording career. His Capitol Records contract having ended the [More]
“Jack Teagarden started 1960 off with his first studio recording for Roulette Records, Jazz Maverick, in New York City on January 2 of that year — he and the band are in great form, no [More]
“… The music is excellent and Papa Jo’s drumming in superb form.” – Amazon. Track listing: 1 Love Is Just Around The Corner 4:09 2 I Cried For You 5:54 3 A Wig On The [More]
“In October of 1956, in the wake of the success of This Is Teagarden, Capitol Records had the legendary trombonist enter the studio to record a series of spirituals, using Van Alexander (who had worked [More]
The tracks are unissued, and many of the songs have never appeared in a live setting before! Includes Moonlight Serenade; Little Brown Jug; (Why Couldn’t It Be) Last Night; On a Little Street to Singapore; [More]
Have a Nice Day is a 1971 studio album by Count Basie and his orchestra, with all music composed and arranged by Sammy Nestico. Track listing: “Have a Nice Day” – 3:14 “The Plunger” – [More]
Track listing: 1 The Nearness Of You 0:00 2 I Get Along Without You Very Well 3:34 3 Skylark 7:45 4 Up A Lazy River 11:52 5 Stardust 15:59 6 Old Rockin’ Chair 18:59 7 [More]
“Mr. Gentle and Mr. Cool” (Harold Shorty Baker, Duke Ellington) Duke Ellington and His Orchestra Newport 1958
“Again” (Cochran-Newman). One of 1949’s top ballad hits, introduced by Ida Lupino in the memorable Fox film noir “Road House,” which co-starred Richard Widmark and Cornel Wilde. One of seven recorded versions of the song [More]