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Playlist for Sunday, July 17, 2005

Artist—Song—Recording Date—Album—Label:

The Centennial of the birth of Ivie Anderson, Duke Ellington vocalist, born in Gilroy, CA, on July 10, 1905:
• Ivie Anderson with Duke Ellington and his Orch—I Got It Bad And That Ain’t Good—1941—Her Best Recordings: 1932-1942—Best Of Jazz
• Ivie Anderson with Duke Ellington and his Orch—Isn’t Love The Strangest Thing—1936—Her Best Recordings: 1932-1942—Best Of Jazz

• Ivie Anderson with Duke Ellington and his Orch—Troubled Waters—1934—Her Best Recordings: 1932-1942—Best Of Jazz
• Ivie Anderson with Duke Ellington and his Orch—I Got The World On A String—1933—Her Best Recordings: 1932-1942—Best Of Jazz
• Ivie Anderson with Duke Ellington and his Orch—Oh Babe! Maybe Someday—1936—Her Best Recordings: 1932-1942—Best Of Jazz

• Ivie Anderson with Duke Ellington and his Orch—Me And You—1940—Her Best Recordings: 1932-1942—Best Of Jazz
• Ivie Anderson with Duke Ellington and his Orch—I’ve Got To Be A Rug Cutter—1937—Her Best Recordings: 1932-1942—Best Of Jazz
• Ivie Anderson with Duke Ellington and his Orch—It Was A Sad Night In Harlem—1936—Her Best Recordings: 1932-1942—Best Of Jazz
• Ivie Anderson with Duke Ellington and his Orch—Rocks In My Bed—1941—Her Best Recordings: 1932-1942—Best Of Jazz

The Centennial of the birth of lyricist Dorothy Fields, born July 15, 1905:
• Louis Armstrong—Blue Again—1931—When It’s Sleepy Time Down South—History/The International Music Company (Germany)
• Louis Armstrong—I Can’t Give You Anything But Love—1929—Mahogany Hall Stomp—History/The International Music Company (Germany)
• Ethel Waters with Duke Ellington and his Orch—Baby!—1932—Sophisticated Lady—Trumpets Of Jazz (Germany)
• Bill “Bojangles” Robinson with Don Redman and his Orch—Doin’ The New Low-Down—1932—Don Redman: 1931-1933—Classics (France)

• Duke Ellington and his Orch—Digga Digga Do—1937—Scattin’ At the Cotton Club—Trumpets Of Jazz (Germany)
• Billie Holiday with Teddy Wilson and his Orch—I Can’t Give You Anything But Love (Baby)—Quintessential, v. 3—Columbia
• Nat King Cole Trio—I’m In The Mood For Love—1945—The Complete Capitol Nat King Cole Trio—Mosaic
• Peggy Lee with the Dave Barbour Band---Don’t Blame Me—ca. 1945 transcription—Peggy Lee with the Dave Barbour Band—LaserLight

• Fred Astaire—The Way You Look Tonight—1952—The Astaire Story—Verve
• Blossom Dearie—I Won’t Dance—1956—Blossom Dearie—Verve
• Maxine Sullivan/Bob Wilber—Close As Pages In A Book—1969—Audiophile
• Charlie Parker Quintet—Don’t Blame Me—1947—The Legendary Dial Masters, Vol. 2—Stash
• Sarah Vaughan with Clifford Brown—It’s Crazy—1954—Sarah Vaughan With Clifford Brown—EmArcy

• Jane Bunnett—Movin’ On—Cuban Odyssey—Blue Note (Jane Bunnett and the Spirits of Havana will be at the Kuumbwa Jazz Center on Monday, July 18, starting at 7 pm)
• Alex Candelaria Quartet—Jeannine—2003—Yeahway—Evander Music

• SF Jazz Collective—Rise And Fall—2004—SF Jazz Collective—Nonesuch
• Denny Zeitlin—Bemsha Swing—2004—Solo Voyage—MaxJazz
• Billy Bang—Waltz Of The Water Puppets—Vietnam: Reflections—Justin Time
• Scott Amendola Band—Valentine—2004—Believe—Cryptogramophone
• Samuel ‘Savoir Faire’ Williams—Pendulum—2004—Running Out Of Time—Delmark

• William Galison and Madeleine Peyroux—The Way You Look Tonight—2004—Got You On My Mine—Waking Up Music
• Peggy Lee—Big Spender—1965—Miss Peggy Lee--Capitol

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