Syncopated Metronome Playlist for Sunday, July 15, 2001
Hosted by Mike Lambert


Format:  Artist-Song-Album-Label

Butch Thompson—Sweet Substitute—1989—Chicago Breakdown—Darling Records
Louis Armstrong—Wild Man Blues—1957—Satchmo: A Musical Autobiography—Decca LP
Mildred Bailey—Blue Prelude—The Rockin’ Chair Lady (1931-50)—Decca
Louis Armstrong and his Orch—Sunny Side Of The Street—1937—Heart Full Of Rhythm, v. 2—Decca
Louis Armstrong and his Orch—I’m In The Mood For Love—1935—Highlights From His Decca Years—Decca
Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five—Muggles—1928—Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man—Columbia
Louis Armstrong and his Hot Seven—Weary Blues—1927—Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man—Columbia
Jelly Roll Morton and his Orch—Courthouse Bump—1929—Volume Two—JSP
Jelly Roll Morton—Freakish—1928—Volume Two—JSP
Taft Jordan and the Mob—Devil In The Moon—1935—Swing Vocalion, v. 2—Vocalion (England)
Billie Holiday—Did I Remember?—1936—Quintessential, v. 2—Columbia
Billy Bank’s Chicago Rhythm Kings—Mean Old Bed Bug Blues—1932—Swing Vocalion, v. 2—Vocalion (England)
Teddy Wilson and his Orch—Sugar Plum—1935—Swing Vocalion, v. 2—Vocalion (England)
Ink Spots—"T Ain’t Nobody’s Biz-ness If I Do—1936—Swing High Swing Low—Golden Stars
Lionel Hampton and his Orch—On The Sunny Side Of The Street—1937—Johnny Hodges: His Best Recordings, 1928-41—Best of Jazz (France)
Nat King Cole Trio—F.S.T. (Fine, Sweet & Tasty)—1943—The Complete Capitol Nat King Cole Trio—Mosaic
Babe Russin and his Orch—Easy To Love—1946—Battle Of The Saxes: Tenor All-Stars—Trip LP
Wardell Gray—Easy Swing—1946—Complete Sunset and New Jazz Master—Jazz Factory
Buddy Stewart with Wardell Gray—Shawn—1948—Complete Sunset and New Jazz Master—Jazz Factory
Serge Chaloff—Nocturne—1947—The Complete Small Group Bop Sessions—Jazz Factory
Duke Ellington and his Orch—Progressive Gavotte—1947—The Duke: Essential Collection 1927-62—Columbia
Lester Young—You Can Depend on Me—1956—The Jazz Giants—Verve
Zoot Sims—Dream Dancing—1978—Warm Tenor—Pablo
Red Rodney—Lolita’s Theme—1976—Red, White and Blues—Muse LP
Sonny Fortune—The Afro-Americans—1977—Serengeti Minstrel—Atlantic
Red Rodney—Out Of Nowhere—1977—Home Free—Muse LP
Mal Waldron Trio—Like Someone In Love—1858—Mal/4—Prestige
Mark L. Whitney and the Santa Cruz Allstars—Strolling—2000—50 Years—Wreckless Records
Herbie Hancock—Three Bags Full—1962—Takin’ Off—Blue Note
Ballin’ The Jack—Jubilee Stomp—2000—The Big Head—Knitting Factory

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