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 Record produced from unpublished recording dating back more than 30 years.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]
The Big Challenge is an album by trumpeter Cootie Williams and cornetist Rex Stewart that was recorded in 1957 and released on the Jazztone label. “This CD reissue from the Spanish Fresh Sound label brings [More]
Golden Boy is an album by Quincy Jones which was released by Mercury in 1964. The album includes three versions of the theme from the musical Golden Boy with three original compositions and jazz versions [More]
A Sassy Samba (Jimmy Heath) from the album “Jimmy Heath Big Band ‎– Togetherness (Live At The Blue Note)”. Personnel: Alto Saxophone, Flute – Antonio Hart, Mark Gross Arranged By – Jimmy Heath Bass – [More]
Blues Forever is an album by Muhal Richard Abrams released by the Italian label Black Saint in 1982 and featuring performances of seven of Abrams compositions by an eleven-member big band. “Tremendous large orchestra session, [More]
“At a 2004 West Coast jazz festival presented by producer Ken Poston, altoist Phil Woods was featured performing Marty Paich arrangements with the Los Angeles Jazz Orchestra. The re-created charts were originally recorded by Art [More]