Track listing: 0:39 Take The “A” Train 2:22 Black And Tan Fantasy/Creole Love Call/The Mooche 12:38 Chelsea Bridge 16:37 El Viti 20:48 La Plus Belle Africaine 28:30 Trombonio-Bustoso-Issimo (Trombone Buster) 32:31 Passion Flower 36:50 Things [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]
The New Jazz Orchestra (NJO) was a British jazz big band active from 1963 to 1970. “Déjeuner is one of the finest British jazz records of any period. The obvious comparison in terms of its [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]
Broadcasts from the Southland Cafe, Boston, 1940 (Side A) & from Hotel Lincoln, NYC, 1941 (side B). Record produced from unpublished recording dating back more than 30 years. A few changes such as removing scratches [More]
Track listing: A1 Anchors Aweigh 0:00 A2 My Buddy 1:58 A3 I Got Rhythm 4:30 A4 I Dream Of Jeanie With The Light Brown Hair 8:08 A5 Sleepy Lagoon 10:07 A6 Moonlight Sonata 12:21 B1 [More]
“Chinatown, My Chinatown” is a popular song written by William Jerome and Jean Schwartz  in 1906 and later interpolated into the musical Up and Down Broadway (1910). The song has been recorded by numerous artists [More]
NBC Radio Broadcast. Date: October 20, 1939. Track listing: “Nightmare” (Opening Theme) “Out Of Nowhere” “Put That Down In Writing” “Many Dreams Ago” “What Is This Thing Called Love” “Day In, Day Out” “One Foot [More]
“Sugar Foot Stomp” (King Oliver, Louis Armstrong) Personnel: Fletcher Henderson and His Orchestra: Louis Armstrong, Elmer Chambers, Joe Smith – trumpet Charlie Green – trombone Don Redman – alto saxophone clarinet Buster Bailey – alto [More]